DVLabs Top Cyber Security Risks Threat Report for 2010

TippingPoint DVLabs(part of  HP now)  Top Cyber Security Risks Threat Report for 2010


Web design hell

Check out this one.

If that wasn’t enough then give a shot a this one.

If your eyes don’t bleed already then take a look at this one.

Now i betcha you can’t see clear for the next 5 to 10 minutes.

Alternatively, just for sadistic fun, you can browse the w3c validation output of this last website or the source code itself.


What’s so cool about HTML 5

Well you’ll have too believe me word for word that HTML 5 is packed with loads of cool and useful new features.

But in case you don’t you can watch the following Google Code Challenge video which briefs you on the following HTML 5 new features, which, by the time of writing this post, are supported by most popular browsers:

  • Web vector graphics with the Canvas tag and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
  • The Geolocation API
  • HTML 5 Video
  • The HTML 5 Database and Application Cache
  • Web workers

LE: I can’t help to think of how good news is this for vulnerability researchers or blackhats…so many new vectors of attack and fuzzing points. This game will never end. 🙂


Devlisting – resources for web developers

Devlisting.com is a public aggregator gathering useful links for web developers organized in a basic set of well chosen categories.

Take a jump and discover lot’s of new stuff on the topic you’re interested in. 🙂


HTML Playground

Htmlplayground.com is a neat online tool that gives you the ability to test and play with your html/css skills as well as improve them. If you don’t have anything to improve( 🙂 ) then it is a great tool to accompany you in the learning process along with the w3c resources.