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Selected Tweets (Oct-Nov 2011)

21 Nov 11   Filed in Tweet Week with Comments Off

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.
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Two Tweet Weeks: May 16-29, 2011

30 May 11   Filed in Tweet Week with Comments Off

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

SEO poisoning, canonical hacks, SmartScreen, WordPress, Facebook clickjacking …

Unmasking “Canonical” Hacks

22 May 11   Filed in Unmask Parasites with Comments Off

As a follow up to the recent Matt Cutt’s tweet and blog post about emerging rel=canonical hacks, I did a detailed guest post on StopBadware blog about this problem.

In that article, I wrote about how such hacks work and how cyber-criminals can use this hard-to-detect attack to hijack search results of compromised sites. You can also find a short review of a real “rel=canonical” attack that affected quite a few websites.

As always, I wrote about tools and techniques that can help you diagnose hacks that try to make Google think that your site has moved to a new domain name. Unfortunately, at this point no tools that I know of specifically check for rogue “rel=canonical” instructions. However, more universal file integrity monitoring solutions can be really efficient as they will inform about any unexpected modifications.
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