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+ - Twitter XSS Exploit Allows Account Stealing->

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semaj
semaj writes "Looks like there's another big cross-site scripting problem with Twitter — allowing all sorts of nasty things to happen if you even view an exploited tweet! Apparently Twitter tried to fix the problem yesterday and have failed pretty badly. Might be an idea to stay of Twitter for a little while?"
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Comment: Re:Light saber fencing techniques (Score 1) 832

by myowntrueself (#29138189) Attached to: Poor Design Choices In the Star Wars Universe

In a light-saber battle, your primary targets would probably be your opponent's hand and wrist, just as it is in epee and saber fencing today.

So you wield your epee or saber two-handed eh?

Lightsaber fighting (in the movies) was based on Kendo. Not Western fencing styles.

Mark Hamil got Kendo lessons in preparation for this.

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