Tag: jquery

  • JQlog: JQuery Keylogger, or why not to trust your proxy admin.

    Note that this post is for awareness and educational purposes only. I do not encourage, and cannot be held responsible for malicious actions using these tools. The Internet, as it is today, is a mash-up of JavaScript enabled services, often included from external websites. Internet companies offer so-called widgets, which are JavaScript tools that can…

  • JQuery AJAX with Rails’ authenticity token

    In Ruby on Rails, authenticity tokens are generated to prevent CSRF (Cross Site Request Forgery) attacks. These tokens generate a unique “identifier” to prevent other website from making requests on your behalf, or so-called “session riding”. In Ruby on Rails, to have this identifier available for you, you need to put in your view, usually…

  • Make HTML pages quickly, Drawter

    Drawter is one of those tools that are just too good to be true. It allows you to “draw” a page, and then export it’s CSS and HTML code. It uses JQuery heavily, and I’m loving it. It does one simple thing, making HTML pages, but does it very well.