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Notice: This post does not endorse piracy. It's purpose is merely educational. Decompiling and cracking software is illegal in most cases.

OS X native software is written in Objective-C, a superset of C which is not very hard to hack away. In this post I will try to demonstrate the

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The Ruby on Rails framework provides a pretty good built-in filter for SQL injection if you use ActiveRecord methods such as find or find_by.
But that does not mean you can carelessly throw parameters to an ActiveRecord method as the methods that take an SQL fragment are still vulnerable

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In Gecko, Safari, Opera, ‘visible’ becomes ‘auto’ also when combined with ‘hidden’ (in other words: ‘visible’ becomes ‘auto’ when combined with anything else different from ‘visible’). Gecko 1.8, Safari 3, Opera 9.5 are pretty consistent among them.

From the W3 Spec

The computed values of ‘overflow-x’ and ‘overflow-y’

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