my.green.lantern at googlemail.com
Sun Jun 14 21:34:32 UTC 2009
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-or-talk at freehaven.net [mailto:owner-or-talk at freehaven.net] On
> Behalf Of Anon Mus
> Sent: Sunday, June 14, 2009 8:09 AM
> To: or-talk at freehaven.net
> Matej Kovacic wrote:
>> this seems an interesting issue:
>> bye, Matej
> Been to this site and it dont work on my firefox.3.0.8 browser... (with
> Preference Button & User Agent Switcher)
> it replies with a 0 (zero) count. But there should be dozens.
> Seems to me it would have to have all websites known to man on the page it
> loads. If it looks at "visited links" css on the page it loads it could
> only look at websites on that page. It would have to store a lot of web
> pages on that hidden i-frame to really compare. Unless you are looking to
> see if a particular person visited a particular page doesn't seem like it
> would do anyone much good.
Maybe IFrames don't work on Firefox. The pages IFrame message "Please
enable Iframes, though" is superfluous, as it only prints if IFrames is
Reminds me of a security software con site years ago which would print
some detail value known only to your browser, up on a web page. Of
course, only YOU could see it, no data was sent to the visited web site.
Even though it was a con, lots of people bought the security software
to protect themselves from that non-existent leak.
In this IFrames exploit the test web page is said to have a css
background image embedded in it. I can find no such image (background:
Would the author Brendon Bo[mb]shell like to identify him/her self?
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