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Sep 19th, 2006

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Category: Phishing
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Malware to defeat virtual keyboards

Banking Trojan Captures User’s Screen in Video Clip A good write-up and video of malware designed to capture information from users using virtual keyboards. It’s just another indication that banks and other E-Commerce sites will need to come up with something more robust if they really want to make phishing impractical for attackers… Personally I’d […]

Sep 14th, 2006

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Category: Uncategorized
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sortable tables in rails

sorttable: Make all your tables sortable This looks like an interesting enhancement for rails. Unfortunately it doesn’t seem to play too friendly with my AJAX updated table. It works when I first load the page, but then if I refresh the div with the table in it the sortability vanishes…

Sep 14th, 2006

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Category: Ruby On Rails
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Quick presentation on REST

10 Minutes REST Decent explicable presentation on the REST architecture for web application development. From what I’ve seen so far, the URI style fits in well with the way Rails apps work by default, which is nice..

Sep 11th, 2006

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Category: Ruby On Rails
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New Version of Radrails out

RadRails: A free and open source Ruby on Rails IDE Looks like a new version of my rails IDE of choice is out. I’m not usually a great fan of IDE’s for development, but I must admit that I’m liking working in radrails quite a lot. There’s several fetures which I like, the subversion integration […]

Sep 7th, 2006

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Category: Ruby On Rails
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Rails Resource Listing

Ok, I’ve been wandering round the world of rails for a while now… here’s some of the more interesting stuff I’ve found. Places to Start Well there’s the obvious one… http://www.rubyonrails.com/ :o) There’s some cool screencasts there which try to capture some of the reasons that rails is an interesting place to develp. Also it’s […]