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Selected Tweets (Oct-Nov 2011)

   21 Nov 11   Filed in Tweet Week

Selected short messages and links you might have missed if you don’t follow me on Twitter.

It has been a while since the last Tweet Week. The main reason is I don’t tweet that often now to post my tweets every week and I don’t want to post old news here either.

So what happened? The answer is I can’t get used to Twitter web interface – it is so inconvenient. I had to use it when I had some strange problems with my Twitter client (twhirl). Thank’s god, I’ve finally made my twhirl work so I hope I will be able to tweet more often.

Anyway, here are some of the latest tweets.

November 15, 2011

[h-online] Joomla! updates close security holes – attackers can change Joomla passwords. Upgrade ASAP

[seoarmada com au] Webmaster’s story about how the recent WordPress attack affected his four sites

November 9, 2011

Unmask Parasites is on Google+ now — I’ll post things that are too long for Twitter and too short for blog

November 3, 2011

[TheRegister] Thousands of WordPress sites commandeered by Black Hole — not sure why it mentions my older article (G+)

November 2, 2011

Google will selectively crawl resources behind POST requests

October 31, 2011

RT @stopbadware: In May, @unmaskparasites discussed canonical hacks on our blog. Google announces protection today.

October 30, 2011

Mozilla updated my “Readable SafeBrowsing” extension to v0.2.5. — if you use FireFox and read SafeBrowsing diagnistic pages

October 26, 2011

[h-online] MyBB downloads were infected — download package for MyBB v1.6.4 contained a backdoor

October 21, 2011

[armorize] “jighui /urchin.js” script injection on ASP.NET sites. — Did hackers confused Breton with Brazilian?

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