Spam calendar invites from 16700700.com

Anyone else’s calendar getting completely spammed with invites from 16700700.com or 35700700.com ?   If you are, you are not alone – my calendar has been absolutely crammed with them. As far as I can tell there is no malware or anything security-wise that I have done to allow access to my calendar, it would …
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Essential viewing for web developers

Every now and again I come across some amazing videos on YouTube that I think are relevant to all web developers. One author (video blogger? – not sure what they are called) who is particularly brilliant is Tom Scott. He wonderfully articulates how web technologies and their exploits happen, and how to ensure that you …
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Firefox browser now blocks Adobe Flash by default

Adobe Flash is now blocked by default on all Windows and Mac versions of the Mozilla Firefox web browser. Is it high time that Adobe finally consigns Flash to the outdated technologies bin? Is this one security flaw too far? How great would it be if Adobe instead devoted their efforts to developing tools for HTML 5 and …
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