A scary story, a funny video and an interesting photo for your Sunday afternoon pleasure.
Hackernoon contributor writes a very plausible story about how a bad actor might go about injecting password/credit card stealing code into any number of websites. In a way that would be extremely undetectable. Spoiler alter: It relies on NPM.
Looking back on these golden years, I can’t believe people spend so much time messing around with cross-site scripting to get code into a single site. It’s so easy to ship malicious code to thousands of websites, with a little help from my web developer friends.
I’m harvesting credit card numbers and passwords from your site. Here’s how. by David Gilbertson.
I’m not really int to prank videos, but this one is supremely funny and so innocent.
unicorn rhinoceros named Elasmotherium roamed the plains of Siberia 29,000 years ago. In many ways, I find these prehistoric animals much more interesting than dinosaurs. (I couldn’t track down the original source of this photo unfortunately)