I was reading the The Book of JOSH and saw the following statement: “Json delivers on what XML promised. Simple to understand, effective data markup accessible and usable by human and computer alike. Serialization/Deserialization is on par with or faster then XML, Thrift and Protocol Buffers.” That seemed a bit too definite for my taste.
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I am accustomed to receiving e-mail from Amazon.com , as I am a fiercely loyal customer who shops there quite frequently. But it took me by surprise this weekend to discover that mounds of porn spam and junk e-mail laced with computer viruses are actively being blasted from digital real estate leased to the e-commerce giant. I wasn't the only one who spotted it. Websense Security Labs issued an alert about the spam attacks on Monday, but it didn't name Amazon as the source. The advisory rightly noted that it had discovered "a substantial number of spam messages utilizing a reliable social engineering trick." The junk mail claims to have been sent from Microsoft, and urges the recipient to install an attached security update.
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