therube wrote:This site & some sites intend on being benign. But that does not make them so.
Alan Baxter wrote:Are you saying this site has a known vulnerability?
@ therube, thanks for the support, friend.
@ Alan Baxter, it's the "unknown" vulnerabilities that scare me: the ones that haven't been discovered yet, but might be tomorrow or next month or year... Which all of them are. I mean, every vuln is unknown until someone discovers it.
NS has an amazing record of having features that have blocked some attacks that didn't exist at the time the feature was added. But we can't rely on that always to happen.
And as you and I discussed, one of these days, Giorgio's good friends Sirdarckat or RSnake are going to find a way to hack him for the fun of it. I guess you are also deliberately ignoring my previous post that I do usually allow scripting here, except when reading your pm's.
GµårÐïåñ wrote:I am going to re-read Giorgio's post, re-read my own stuff and your stuff and compose my thoughts offline until it makes sense to me and then post it, how is that ?
You have far more important things to do than to explain to me how a bank was hacked by an email. I enjoy learning these things, but I don't work for a bank or IT or security, so it's not important that I understand the mechanics of it. Many thanks for your constant willingness to educate me, my good friend, but save your time and energy for your killer month. if I get curious enough, I'll research it on my own. Thanks again.