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ntext » Information Security Research - Paul Stone - August 2013 inShare Read the white paper HTML 5 and related technologies bring a whole slew of new features to web browsers, some of which can be a threat to security and privacy. This paper describes a number of new timing attack techniques that can be used by a malicious web page to steal sensitive data from modern web browsers, breaking cross-origin restrictions. The new HTML5 requestAnimationFrame API can be used to time browser rendering operations and infer sensitive data based on timing data. Two techniques are demonstrated which use this API to exploit timing attacks against Chrome, Internet Explorer and Firefox in order to infer browsing history and read cross-origin data from other websites.
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The 100 Best, Most Interesting Blogs and Websites of 2014 Editor’s note: 2015’s list of the best, most interesting websites has arrived! The video above is a sampling from that list. Welcome to the most awesome blog post you’re going to see all year. Yep, it’s the third installment in the super-popular annual series in which I document the sites I think you’ll want to spend a lot of time on in the coming year (below you’ll find a few highlights from recent years in case you missed out). I have one major rule: a site can only appear on this list once, so there are never any duplicates. Every year this list is 100% fresh.
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