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    Just an interesting writeup of an exploit; as the article mentions at the end, the bug was fixed before it ever made it into production software, so it’s not something to worry about.

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      It’s pretty amazing how fast we’ve been able to make Javascript, a language in no way suited for speed. I wonder how far we would be if we’d put this much collective effort into a web language built on firmer footing, from a speed/safety/simplicity standpoint.