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
The Ruby on Rails framework provides a pretty good built-in filter for SQL injection if you use
ActiveRecord methods such as
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
Ruby has 3 methods for testing equality:
equal? that are implemented on the
Object class. You would think that they are just aliases for doing the same as in Ruby and the Ruby on Rails framework method aliases are common. So, are they?
Checking the doc for Ruby's
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’