Alejandro writes "The Application Security Trends Report identified 1,561 unique vulnerabilities during the first quarter of 2007. Of the reported vulnerabilities, file inclusion, SQL injection, cross-site scripting and directory traversal were the most prevalent, totaling 63 percent. While this report highlights the Top 10 vulnerabilities in commercial and open source applications, the problem is much worse if you factor in proprietary home grown applications, as these typically contain a large number of vulnerabilities."
JTT writes "There are multiple sites reporting that in April a woman used craigslist to trade sex for WOW gold in order to purchase an 'Epic Flying Mount'. Aparent pictures of the craigslist ads can also be found floating around the net. The 'player' followed up with 'I got MY epic mount AND I got laid which is more than most of you failures can ever hope for.'"
endtwist writes "Tapefailure, a new web analytics startup, has gone public yesterday. According to the founder, Tapefailure is looking to change the face of web analytics: they record the users actions instead of just information about them. These actions are recorded as tapes, and the users can play back the tapes or view various statistics about them. They have launched with a plethora of features including some unique ones such as "Most Average Tape" and the Visual Mouse Maps (apparently, many, many more are in the works).
This new method of analytics has been hot as of late, with 3 major contenders in the field: Tapefailure, RobotReplay, and ClickTale. Tapefailure and RobotReplay are the first to go public, but it will be interesting to see where this type of analytics goes."
iBookUser writes "Apple refuses to acknowledge logic board soldering problems in many iBook G4s. This guide explains how to fix your iBook G4 if you are experiencing the "fan of death". Over a hundred people have posted that this hack has worked for them.