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http://news.com.com/JavaScript+opens+doors+to+browser-based+attacks/2100-7349_3-6099891.html?part=rss&tag=6099891&subj=news

Rather disturbing news, although I can think of ways of making it useful.. especially in tech support: connect to this page, and we'll retrieve details of your mucked up self-installation and tell you how to fix it. :D Or patch all your computers in your house. Although that might be a bit harder to do, since that actually requires running software on someone's computer. But I think that could be done...

Heh, yeah, it'd be a nice white-hat hack. Create a javascript, that, when loaded, will automatically cause all computers on the network to:
-Run antispyware (trendmicro online!)
-Run antivirus checking (...dunno)
-Install the latest windows updates (and firefox, mwahahaha)
-and uh... tell uses to tell their friends. :D

(yeeeah, I know it's probably near impossible, since it looks like the way their pinging other computers is via some odd method that wasn't meant to be used to ping.)

using md5

Date: 2009-10-15 05:56 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] tinenberg.livejournal.com
Hi! As usualy i'm using - md5 crack (http://md5.my-addr.com/md5_decrypt-md5_cracker_online/md5_decoder_tool.php)

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