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  1. Search Engine Optimization Companies: Break Google's Rules to Get Top Rankings?

    This stands for Cross-Site Scripting; a well-known black hat tactic (it doesn't get any more black hat that this). I have a confession to make. On occasion, I'll search [search engine optimization companies] on Google to see just who is showing up.

  2. 5 New Website Vulnerabilities Straight from Black Hat & DEF CON

    For instance, XSS (Cross Site Scripting) is one of the most common security vulnerabilities on a website. In this case you need to make sure your site is one, locked down from injectable scripting (Cross Site Scripting as well XSS), payload...

  3. 10 Website Quality Indicators That Can Sink Your SEO Battleship

    Use scripting to keep pages hidden from Google (i.e.no-index our your pages that have one piece or content on it that is the same as the original) until the page has more than one piece of content – after all it is not a tag group until it has...

  4. Reputation Management and Social Monitoring Made Easy

    Simply, ifttt is a robust and powerful social media scripting suite. Monitoring your brand online is getting simpler and simpler by the day. It's becoming clear that hiring a reputation management firm not only is a wasted expense but something...

  5. Google Kills 10 More Projects, Including Aardvark

    Graduated/Available: Earth Engine; Fetch as Googlebot; Finance for Android; Flu Trends; Gesture Search; Google Books Ngram Viewer; Google Correlate; Google Goggles; Google Listen; Google Moderator; Google Reader Play; Google Scribe; Google Shared...

  6. 5 Black Hat Attack Vulnerabilities & Defensive Strategies

    Well first, the protocol is new, developed by Google, untested in the wild, not well reviewed outside of Google, and the very process it uses opens up your code to a wider attack surface for things such as XSS (cross site scripting where someone...

  7. Second Life Tinfoil Hat Theory, Part 6: The Search For A Better Search Engine

    However, things began to get out of hand really quickly, when people discovered that with some clever scripting, bots could be created to do the work of an avatar without having to actually pay one. After all, the name of the website is Search...