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Journal Journal: New blog

I've been creating a personal homepage for myself, and recently created a blog for it. I won't probably post anything new here (not that I have posted anything for over a year). Check it out at http://matta.nordstrom.fi/
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Journal Journal: Aah

No school, summer is great! :-)

Mozilla

Journal Journal: Mozilla 1.0 RC1

Well, the cvsroot has been tagged for MZ 1.0 RC1, and builds are currently being made. For the impatient ones, checkout the RC1 code from the cvs and compile it yourself. I'm doing it right now, and I'll have my RC1 running when the rest are trying to get the builds before the servers get completely /.ed. =)

Mozilla

Journal Journal: Mozilla is great!

I must say, Mozilla is really becoming great!
I just love the custom keyword feature, now I actually can type in /. in the url bar, and arrive at Slashdot.org =)

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Journal Journal: Posts and karma

Yay me!

Today I posted my 100th slashdot post, and also got over 25 karma points! Feels so good =)

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Journal Journal: First Troll 2

Today I managed to post my first Troll =)
It was actually supposed to be a funny comment but hey, I'm not a moderator...

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Microsoft

Journal Journal: Microsoft Store Offline After Insecurity Exposed

I ran across this article at Newsbytes which shows that not even Microsoft's "skilled" programmers can make safe web applications for their insecure software.

"An online store operated by Microsoft Corp. [NASDAQ: MSFT] for software developers was unavailable today following reports that a security flaw gave visitors the ability to take control of the site, including access of customer data.
The Microsoft Developer Store, located at http://developerstore.com , used an insecure script to enable users to search for products in a Microsoft SQL database, according to an advisory posted today by an Argentinean security researcher to an online security mailing list.
As a result of the vulnerability, malicious users could have caused the Microsoft server to execute any command, according to the message posted to Vuln-Dev by Cesar Cerrudo."

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