Opinion: Consultant's view - Obfuscating scripts - Not so pure on

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Opinion: Consultant's view - Obfuscating scripts - Not so pure on

Some scripting languages can now smuggle attacks past your traditional defences, warns Gunter Ollmann.

In recent years, there has been a marked shift in the number of attacks centred on the compromise of the desktop through web browser vulnerabilities. These attacks typically rely on the user navigating to a website or, more often, a specially constructed web page that has been designed ...

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