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Being first to do something doesn’t automatically make it proprietary even if the first is Microsoft

Somebody has to be first Recently Microsoft came up with a solution, supported natively in IE8, to protect against clickjacking attempts. Apparently some folks have decided that because Microsoft has a history of implementing proprietary... Read more
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Clickjacking Protection Using X-FRAME-OPTIONS Available for Firefox

But browser support is only half the solution, don’t forget to implement the server-side, too. Clickjacking, unlike more well-known (and understood) web application vulnerabilities, has been given scant amount of attention despite its risks and... Read more
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IE8 By the Numbers

The browser wars don't interest me that much.  Personally, I want my browser to a) present my content in a pleasing intended way and b) not crash.  All the rest is gravy.  That said, I use both IE and Firefox, the former as it... Read more
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20 Lines or Less #22

What could you do with your code in 20 Lines or Less? That's the question I ask (almost) every week, and every week I go looking to find cool new examples that show just how flexible and powerful iRules can be without getting in over your... Read more
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Acceleration ABCs - J is for JavaScript

JavaScript has been a fixture in web applications for many years now and it can have a serious impact in the performance of a web page.  First off JavaScript (js) is just text so these files can benefit significantly from compression. ... Read more
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A Billion More Laughs: The JavaScript hack that acts like an XML attack

Don is off in Lowell working on a project with our ARX folks so I was working late last night (finishing my daily read of the Internet) and ended up reading Scott Hanselman's discussion of threads versus processes in Chrome and IE8. It was a... Read more
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The third greatest (useful) hack in the history of the Web

Developers have an almost supernatural ability to workaround restrictions, even though some of the restrictions on building applications delivered via the web have been akin to a kryptonite. Like Superman fighting through the debilitating effects... Read more
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IE8: Robbing Peter to pay Paul

For those of you unfamiliar with the idiom, it should be taken to mean "benefiting one at the expense of another." In this case, Paul is the end-user and Peter is the server administrator. Or better yet, Paul is the browser and Peter is... Read more
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