In an era of hacking, you may get more that what you bargained for - Can you imagine reading your favourite news stories on AOL.com one minute and then visiting some politics website next without typing ANYTHING into your address bar? (Something similar happened on AOL UK a few years ago - a story about William and Kate secretly had a virus built in it. Yes, really).
In mid-2009, the dictionary word "happiness" led to virtually every celebrity Twitter account @thetime to be hacked, in August 2012 this happened to @Reuters continuously, six months later the social networks and computing big cheeses gave in and now ISP Sky's Apps and Twitter account is the latest victim of the SEA, which due to space I cannot list all victims.
Twitter and any hacked websites might need to deploy StopTheHacker onto their website, one of the world's most complicated site protection services. It is available at a range of prices with no installation needed. Try for yourself and see.
Virtually every TV station, Radio station and newspaper in the UK (even those not traditionally associated with news) have reported on Fair Fuel UK. Anybody in the UK who increases fuel prices should just f**k off (unless it's mandated by the UK government.)
Did you know that in Guildford, people have to pay 137p JUST FOR UNLEADED FUEL?!?!?!?
Attempts to redirect you to their site during IDOR tests from frames. (If you know of any more ebookw hijacks on any website, leave a comment!) This is about as sensible as downloading an adblocker for Android - these days, there are precisely none following a raid by Google on their Google Play market. (If you did get one, you would have to get it from the Android device manufacturer's app store, a.k.a the black market. Or you could just toss your 'Droid.)
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