XSS From Mixed Rendering
Most popular website frameworks — be they frontend or backend — have ways to safely handle user input in order to prevent injection attacks like SQLi or XSS. However, they (obviously) don’t have ways to handle it safely for other frameworks.
Useful CLI Tools
This is just a collection of CLI tools that I find particularly useful. They’re usually not part of a standard Linux distribution (and certainly not POSIX), and even though I value and appreciate being able to log in to any machine and just start working, I also appreciate being able to use more specialized tools in some environments such as the laptop I spend about 7 hours a day working on.
1987 IBM Model M partly defeats Indian Scammer
I had the pleasure of getting not just one or two, but three calls from the same Indian scammers today calling from “Microsoft Windows”. I’m pretty well familiar with the scam but didn’t really have time to play around with them, so I just sent the first two along with some snide remarks. The third however, I did have a little time to play with so I let him go on with his script.