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[2012-10-10] - 03:57:16 - " bdpuk" - EG: javascript:for (var j = 0; j getHttp.length(); j++) {if(getHttp.header(j) == Content-Type) document.writeln(getHttp.data(j);}

[2012-10-07] - 03:28:34 - "gcouprie" - RT @JBay1337: Nyan Cat video in pure CSS : http://t.co/bvyUZW3ANo javascript, usless, but fun.

[2012-10-03] - 18:43:28 - "_olivier_" - Book Nerd / Code Nerd: If Hemingway wrote javascript - http://t.co/9pjLxgGB

[2012-10-02] - 01:32:26 - "xntrik" - RT @rioter: So if you love node.js and you love javascript we have something for you at http://t.co/WutV0swN in the speaker section.

[2012-10-02] - 01:30:39 - "ChrisJohnRiley" - RT @XSSVector: meta http-equiv=refresh content=0 javascript:alert(1) #opera http://t.co/baK326zK

[2012-10-01] - 23:42:28 - " theharmonyguy" - @insertScript If a filter blacklists javascript:, data: URIs, perhaps blob: could still work.

[2012-09-28] - 20:48:53 - "miscsecurity" - Suposedly javascript renders faster on the iPhone than any other phone. http://t.co/fSbVN72d

[2012-09-18] - 02:23:02 - "revskills" - RT @trufae: Inside JavascriptCore's LowLevel interpreter: http://t.co/zvzq3Qga #javascript #webkit #js #asm

[2012-09-17] - 20:03:00 - "ioerror" - @quinnnorton The notion that Chrome plugins can't run binaries/machine code or that they are only javascript is wrong: http://t.co/ehkBN5Og

[2012-09-14] - 18:20:04 - "revskills" - Write bug-free javascript with Pebbles by Joseph Perla http://t.co/y4BNQVTS

[2012-09-13] - 20:34:35 - "bortzmeyer" - RT @brabram: @bortzmeyer c'est du javascript avec une syntaxe moins à chier + quelques bonus, c'est pas révolutionnaire mais très agréab ...

[2012-09-09] - 02:54:27 - "TimelessP" - Remember simply create a password page? http://t.co/cbcUnnyr You might enjoy simply hook the keyboard in javascript http://t.co/kPa6CdEI

[2012-09-07] - 13:10:29 - "Motoma" - By injecting javascript into a page from a man-in-the-middle position they were able to retrieve cookies? Sounds underwhelming to me.

[2012-09-07] - 01:14:34 - "_sinn3r" - RT @corelanc0d3r: mona rop now produces ruby, python javascript chains (also in -rva mode), run !mona up to get the latest #immuni ...

[2012-09-06] - 22:35:11 - "sussurro" - RT @corelanc0d3r: mona rop now produces ruby, python javascript chains (also in -rva mode), run !mona up to get the latest #immuni ...

[2012-09-06] - 21:32:23 - "WTFuzz" - Updated an IE8 exploit and removed all javascript. Think this is my first browser exploit without javascript.

[2012-09-06] - 19:07:22 - "EdiStrosar" - RT @corelanc0d3r: mona rop now produces ruby, python javascript chains (also in -rva mode), run !mona up to get the latest #immuni ...

[2012-09-06] - 19:07:07 - "corelanc0d3r" - @kingasmk you mean convert shellcode into javascript format ? you can do that with msfpayload/msfvenom

[2012-09-06] - 19:07:07 - "corelanc0d3r" - @kingasmk that's more of a javascript issue - just undo the hex to unescape format - in each dword, simply swap byte 34 with byte 12

[2012-09-06] - 12:44:30 - "antic0de" - RT @corelanc0d3r: mona rop now produces ruby, python javascript chains (also in -rva mode), run !mona up to get the latest #immuni ...

[2012-09-06] - 09:39:47 - "tnicholson" - RT @corelanc0d3r: mona rop now produces ruby, python javascript chains (also in -rva mode), run !mona up to get the latest #immuni ...

[2012-08-15] - 02:33:57 - "julianor" - RT @ekoparty PIN para todos (y todas) by Pablo Solé #ekoparty2012 - javascript, the hackers language! bye bye python! ;)

[2012-08-14] - 13:17:25 - "xanda" - RT @hdmoore: fun with non-alphanumeric javascript: http://t.co/xrynZruV // really similar to JSF*ck by @hasegawayosuke

[2012-08-13] - 14:38:45 - "makash" - RT @hdmoore: fun with non-alphanumeric javascript: http://t.co/t35FeNxA

[2012-08-12] - 23:37:31 - "jeremiahg" - To achieve Anonymity while in a browser, using @torproject is good, but no where near enough. What you can do w/ javascript is plain scary.

[2012-08-12] - 23:37:31 - "jeremiahg" - @wgragido Im saying traffic analysis is only 1 way to deanonymize a user. javascript provides other ways that have nothing to do w/ packets.

[2012-08-12] - 22:49:03 - "Gillis57" - currently @crashsystems is schooling me on some javascript knowledge. Over starbucks/JambaJuice

[2012-08-12] - 11:38:21 - "brennantom" - RT @r_netsec: Bypassing XSS protection: Transform any javascript code into an equivalent sequence of ()[]{}!+ characters - http://t.co/4 ...

[2012-08-12] - 09:39:50 - "dloss" - RT @justinvincent: Write any javascript code with just these characters: ()[]{}+ http://t.co/RI68cvVz

[2012-08-12] - 09:20:21 - " emgent" - RT @r_netsec: Bypassing XSS protection: Transform any javascript code into an equivalent sequence of ()[]{}!+ characters - http://t.co/4 ...

[2012-08-12] - 07:15:23 - "bojanz" - RT @r_netsec: Bypassing XSS protection: Transform any javascript code into an equivalent sequence of ()[]{}!+ characters - http://t.co/4 ...

[2012-08-12] - 01:33:16 - " s7ephen" - RT @r_netsec: Bypassing XSS protection: Transform any javascript code into an equivalent sequence of ()[]{}!+ characters - http://t.co/4 ...

[2012-08-11] - 21:25:22 - "hdmoore" - fun with non-alphanumeric javascript: http://t.co/t35FeNxA

[2012-08-11] - 15:40:21 - " johl" - Write any javascript code with just these characters: ()[]{}+! http://t.co/FEhcwsWi

[2012-08-11] - 13:52:06 - "fede_k" - RT @r_netsec: Bypassing XSS protection: Transform any javascript code into an equivalent sequence of ()[]{}!+ characters - http://t.co/4 ...

[2012-08-11] - 13:52:06 - " fede_k" - RT @mattaereal: Bypassing XSS protection: Transform any javascript code into an equivalent sequence of ()[]{}!+ characters - http://t.co ...

[2012-08-08] - 00:10:17 - "jeremiahg" - @Beaker just wait till people really figure out the flawed trust models that are third-party javascript includes.

[2012-08-07] - 00:09:15 - "hypatiadotca" - RT @strcpy: some hipster should write a javascript version of microsoft comic chat.

[2012-08-04] - 23:17:43 - "jeremiahg" - @rogue_analyst In our day all we had was a text editor and javascript alerts! Real web hacking was in netscape IE6 w/o dev environment! ;)

[2012-08-03] - 11:25:37 - "Mephux" - @dkubb I personally love javascript syntax.. also not a fan of abstraction without benefit.

[2012-08-02] - 17:52:42 - " selenakyle" - @ktneely agreed, can't think of one. But also can't remember if javascript can be embedded or not.

[2012-08-02] - 13:42:17 - " mwtracker" - #CCITTFaxDecode javascript a/v fail 5/42 https://t.co/GcbYb5NT

[2012-07-28] - 10:25:29 - "hrbrmstr" - @itsecurity @jadedsecurity i wanted a sample of the javascript/HTML #toomanyhobbies

[2012-07-26] - 22:58:59 - "xanda" - RT @paviles: JavaScript awesomeness: Set, Map, Default arguments,? // by Paul Rouget http://t.co/PgOSWVqd #javascript #ECMAScript #firefox

[2012-07-20] - 23:17:23 - "JoelEsler" - I don't care that you can deobfuscate javascript. Can you stop it from occurring the first place?

[2012-07-20] - 23:17:23 - "JoelEsler" - @Golmer every blogger wants to prove they can deobfuscate some javascript it seems like.

[2012-07-19] - 08:05:10 - "2gg" - RT @ryanaraine: firefox 14 killed a lot of nasty security bugs https://t.co/i6ebySQe. Example: Code execution through javascript: URLs

[2012-07-18] - 19:11:57 - "ryanaraine" - firefox 14 killed a lot of nasty security bugs https://t.co/i6ebySQe. Example: Code execution through javascript: URLs

[2012-06-30] - 20:08:01 - "pusscat" - @googlechrome @0xabad1dea does it allow jit'd javascript?

[2012-06-25] - 07:27:27 - " nicolasbrulez" - @kahusecurity Using javascript keywords (plain text attack / xray) you can recover 'key' automatically.

[2012-06-23] - 22:53:09 - "Marsmensch" - RT @eliot: FuckItJS uses state-of-the-art technology to make sure your javascript code runs whether your compiler likes it or not. http: ...

[2012-06-23] - 18:13:09 - "dakami" - RT @eliot: FuckItJS uses state-of-the-art technology to make sure your javascript code runs whether your compiler likes it or not. http: ...


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