Archive for October, 2007

Just not to be always destructive, a couple of flash(!) news about browser plugins issues we discussed in the past:

  1. The "Quicktime pwns default browsers" bug, after being worked around by Mozilla with the release of Firefox 2.0.0.7, has been fixed on the proper Apple side. Even if the advisory page refers to a SEP 21 date, the actual software update as been published right now.
  2. The Java evil popups I demonstrated two months ago have been addressed by Sun.

On a side note, this Saturday I'm gonna get married.
Cheers :)

In case you didn't notice, I've just installed the reCAPTCHA Wordpress plugin by the Carnegie Mellon University.
It uses an IFRAME as a fall back to provide its functionality when JavaScript is disabled, so if you happen to be a NoScript user and you're blocking both JS and IFRAMEs, you know what the placeholder inside the comments frame is about.

By the way, any comments? ;)

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