Archives for the Date December 2nd, 2007

Incrementing in CSS

I’ve continued my experiments with loops in CSS and tried to find a method to allow counter-increment through a loop. The technique uses a random seed to create a unique url each time (obviously the seed can be improved), it then uses meta refreshes to create the required history to increment the value. This technique […]

Faking the unexpected

Developers place too much trust in everything, they assume that certain data cannot be faked and therefore these pieces of data can be used as a Trojan horse. Lets take the REMOTE IP of a user, it seems a trusted source because of the TCP/IP connection between the user and the server but take the […]