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Comment: Re:Call Upon the ECMA Code of Conduct (Score 1) 503

by krasmussen (#28342059) Attached to: Mono Squeezed Into Debian Default Installation

Tomboy is the app I would, in all seriousness, put as #1 on my list of Linux killer apps.

Oh, and it's a note-taking program with wiki-style linking between notes, among other things. It pulls thoughts right out of my brain and makes it trivial to organize and retrieve them later on.

Comment: Re:Tired of crappy CMS' (Score 1) 68

by krasmussen (#28008841) Attached to: Front End Drupal

I agree with OP. Many of these CMS have fairly limited use cases. As soon as you outgrow that you have to hack its core

Or write a module that has the functionality you're looking for. It's not that much harder than writing it for your homebrew web app, plus other people will be able to benefit from what you've developed afterwards.

Internet Explorer

+ - IE7 and FF 2.0 share vulnerability

Submitted by hcmtnbiker
hcmtnbiker (925661) writes "Internet Explorer 7 and Firefox 2.0 share a logic flaw. The issue is actually more severe, as the two versions of the Microsoft and Mozilla browsers are not the only ones affected. The vulnerability impacts Internet Explorer 5.01, Internet Explorer 6 and Internet Explorer 7, and Firefox "In all modern browsers, form fields (used to upload user-specified files to a remote server) enjoy some added protection meant to prevent scripts from arbitrarily choosing local files to be sent, and automatically submitting the form without user knowledge. For example, ".value" parameter cannot be set or changed, and any changes to .type reset the contents of the field," said Michal Zalewski, the person that discovered the IE7 flaw. There are Proof of concepts for both IE7 and firefox"

Parts that positively cannot be assembled in improper order will be.