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Monthly Archives: November 2008

Going Beyond Programming When Writing Firefox Extensions

Those who write software code often prefer to focus solely on writing software code. However, as software is written for individuals who would use it, the actual writing of software is only one part of a larger picture. Some coders, myself included, write software to address their own personal needs. However, what these coders write […]

Making a Greasemonkey Script for Embedded YouTube Videos Work with More Embedded Videos

As I have mentioned a number of times here before, I always appreciate receiving feedback about the software that I write. I need feedback from the users of my software in order to ensure that my software works as it should, and to know how I can make improvements to what I write. And I […]

A Review of the First Two Chapters of the Second Edition of “Hacking: The Art of Exploitation”

When I first decided to start a blog, I never did think that book reviews would appear on it. However, after reading part of the second edition of the critically acclaimed book titled “Hacking: The Art of Exploitation” by Jon Erickson, I decided that I should weigh in on it here. Those thinking of whether […]