HTML5 – Building a better botnet

Web Attacks 3.0

Article from Issue 124/2011

New web technologies address shortcomings in web browsers but create new problems as well.

Fresh browsers are here! Opera 11.00 has been released and Firefox 4 is in solid beta, and they both include improved support for HTML5, JavaScript (faster is better), and some newer technologies like WebSockets, Web Workers, and Web Storage.

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