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Episode #136 - December 21, 2010

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WebSockets and Tropo, Cream, Puppet on EC2, the Qlobe, Documentation and XSS are on this episode of Ruby5.

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  • The Qlobe
  • Community Issues
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XSS on GitHub Jump to Story

Stuart Knightly posted a link on Hacker News with a demonstration exploiting a XSS attack on GitHub. He let them know about their problem at some point ahead of its release (and the issue was quickly fixed). While it worked, hovering over his commit message opened a light box where you were promptly Rickrolled.

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