Trend Micro, please put down your bricks and step away from the glass house. This week, researchers from the anti-virus provider uncovered at least two high-profile websites hacked so they try to infect visitors with some of the nastiest malware out there. But as they were busy pointing out the attacks on web pages belonging …
Those Google search links
Try clicking on one with NoScript installed and watch what happens.
Thanks for the list!
Of course, 23K names/sites is gonna' be a pain to cross reference. Could be time to write a FF add-on to help...
"But as they were busy pointing out the attacks on web pages belonging to Swedish rock band The Hives and web blogs award site the Bloggies"
Web blogs? Isn't that a bit like when people talk of PIN Numbers? y'know- wrong?
or LCD displays ..
Re: @james condron
They have LCD displays in shops. Lots of LCD monitors or TVs, all on display…
So if I have this right, The Reg has a story about Phorm and Trend Micro one day, encouraging me to look at the Trend Micro site; possibly for the first time ever. Then the next day there's another story about Trend Micro infecting visitors to their site ? ... hmmmm....
What he means is that it's a... tautology(?*)...
PIN Number = Personal Identification Number Number
LCD Display = Liquid Crystal Display Display (though you could have a display of such, but that would be a Liquid Crystal Display, display).
*I know the word I mean and used it recently, it just escapes me at the moment - unless I'm correct but confused.
Dunno about confused as I can't be bothered looking it up, but you are missing quirkafleeg's point I think. I usually say 'redundant' for PIN number and LCD display, but in this case a bunch of LCDs on the shelves for people to see is indeed a display of LCDs. Or LCD display if you will. Perhaps he should've used the Joke icon instead?
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