Greeked up text, or lipsum, whatever you want to call it, is an important part of a designer’s toolkit. But what’s the best way to get the text to use? There are a variety of options, from the online Lipsum Generator to CF_GREEK and its corresponding PHP version. Enjoy!
I like IE. But it doesn’t have tabs, and it doesn’t have mouse gestures, and that just sucks. Fortunately, IE is just a shell for the IE engine… and anyone can write a browser that uses it. So there are several tabbed browsing wrappers for IE. The one I like the best is MyIE2.
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Another good resource for fingerprinting webserver attacks.
Excellent outline of various indicators of attacks on your server. Worth a read if you maintain websites.