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Recently we encountered a very suspicious piece of code on some Joomla-powered webpages. The code looks as if garbled and without any special meaning, and starts like this:Upon closer observation, several strange things are to be noted. First, there are no alphanumerical symbols to be seen in any part of the code. Second, on the […]

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OK – so there is a “Facebook Social Reader” for Digg – but “Facebook Social” is a neatly confusing invention of pharmacy spammers. The description of the new service seems to have been lifted more or less from the description of the Reader. The email welcomes users to the new service and invites them to […]

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I’ve released my first add-on for Internet Explorer and I’ve almost finished a second one. Developing for Internet Explorer was a very different experience than developing for the other browsers I’ve worked with before – Firefox, Firefox Mobile, Google Chrome, Safari and Opera. Overall Architecture Internet Explorer extensions are called Browser Helper Objects (BHO). They […]

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