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18 Avr 2016 

Top Classic Rock Songs

The Top Classic Rock Songs of all time began in the early 1960s when 4 lads from Liverpool came to the US and went on stage in the Ed Sullivan theatre. This rock and roll craze began with the Beatles and the British Invasion that included the Rolling Stones, the Kinks, the Yardbirds, the Who, Dusty Springfield, Petula Clark, the Dave Clark 5 and many more.

In No Particular Order, Some of my top classic rock songs include:

1. Hey Jude - The Beatles

2. Layla - Derek and the Dominos (with Eric Clapton)

3. Celluloid Heroes - the Kinks

4. Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen

5. Born to Run - Bruce Springsteen

6. Brown Sugar - the Rolling Stones

7. Let it Be - the Beatles

8. Kashmir - Led Zeppelin

9, Hotel California - the Eagles

10, Barracuda - Heart

11. A Day in the Life - the Beatles

12. Badge - Cream

13. Voodoo Chile(Slight Return) - Jimi Hendrix

14. Tell All the People - The Doors

15. The Story in Your Eyes - the Moody Blues

16. Suite Judy Blue Eyes - Crosby, Stills and Nash

17. White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane

18. Black Dog - Led Zeppelin

19. Can't Find my Way Home - Blind Faith (with Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood)

20. Beautiful Day - U2

21. Nantucket Sleighride - Mountain

22. Living in the Past - Jethro Tull

23. Funk #49 - the James Gang (with Joe Walsh)

24. All the Young Dudes - Mott the Hoople

25. Can't Get it Out of my Head - ELO

26. Don't Look Back - Boston

27. China Grove - the Doobie Brothers

28. Stop Draggin My Heart Around - (Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty)

29. Panama - Van Halen

30. Peace Frog - the Doors

31. Good Vibrations - the Beach Boys

32. Tragedy - the BeeGees

33. Get Back - the Beatles

34. Back in the USSR - the Beatles

35. Street Fightin' Man - the Rolling Stones

36. I Feel Fine - the Beatles

37. Jungleland - Bruce Springsteen

38. Lola - the Kinks

39. Harmony - Elton John

40. I Only Want to Be with You - Dusty Springfield

41. Close to The Edge - Yes

42. Susan - the Buckinghams

43. The Immigrant Song - Led Zeppelin



44. We Can Work it Out - the Beatles

45. Heroes and Villains - the Beach Boys

46. Ramblin' Man - the Allman Brothers

47. Mississippi Queen - Mountain

48. Radio Ga Ga - Queen

49. Don't Fear the Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult

50. Foreplay/Long Time - Boston

This list is based upon many memories that have been collected in my lifetime of listening to rock and roll.

I grew up listening to the radio or a stereo player nearly every day of my life, sometimes 4 or 5 hours per day. There is a particularly strong emotional connection when it comes to listening to old classic rock love songs like "I only Want to Be With You" by Dusty Springfield. Later in her life she put together a masterpiece with the Pet Shop Boys called "What Have I done to Deserve This"

I never tire of listening to powerful ballads from Bruce Springsteen like Born To Run and Jungleland. Across the ocean, the Kinks also produced their own special ballads like Lola and Celluloid Heroes.

Listening to powerful guitar riffs always struck a chord when I listened to classic rock. Several of my favorite powerful guitar hits included Voodoo Chile by Hendrix, Funk #49 by a very young Joe Walsh of the James Gang (they played at my high school prom) and Layla by Derek and the Dominos (featuring a very young Eric Clapton). Kashmir featuring Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, Badge featuring Eric Clapton of Cream and Mississipi Queen featuring Leslie West of Mountain also contained some powerful guitar.

Another characteristic of a strong rock classic was a unique vocal. I especially love the powerful female vocals of Grace Slick (Jefferson Airplane) in White Rabbit and Annie Wilson (Heart) in Barracuda.

Of course the male leads were also represented very well. Bruce Springsteen (Born to Run and Jungleland), Jim Morrison of the Doors (Tell all the People and Peace Frog) and Freddie Mercury of Queen (Bohemian Rhapsody and Radio GaGa) all had distinct sounds that could be spotted instantly.

Top Classic Rock Songs have a distinct flavor and always bring out strong emotions in the life of people who listened to them. These tunes will live on forever as part of a baby boomer culture that produced some of the best music ever written free game hack and performed. Just ask the experts, like Randy Jackson from American Idol.

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17 Avr 2016 

Week 1 Cheat Sheet: Steelers, Patriots will be busy putting air under the ball

Another season is here, which means another year of my Cheat Sheet column.

I'd typically do a big introduction on how this is the year of Super Bowl 50, or how Tom Brady -- coming off the oddest offseason a Super Bowl MVP has ever endured -- can become the first quarterback to win five Super Bowls and do so a few miles from where he played his high school ball.

And, not to mention, in the city Joe Montana did his winning.

I'd write a bit how for the good of the game, Roger Goodell absolutely needs to let go of some of his disciplinary power, sooner rather than later. And I'd trash this new extra-point rule, which I still don't see any reason for.

Want to talk about hubris? How about, "Hey, we have this awesome game that no one has a problem with that's been keeping millions of fans entertained across the globe. Let's CHANGE THE RULES!"

But, I digress. And I'd rather just get right to the games. First, some trivia.

Cheat Sheet Trivia Question of the Week: Jim Tomsula was the head coach of the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe in 2006. His two quarterbacks were both decorated college players who failed to ever make it big in the NFL. One split time with Tom Brady at Michigan and the other broke NCAA passing records. Who were Tomsula's two quarterbacks?

Now, my picks. Disagree with any of them? Hit me up on Twitter @Pschrags or email me at [email protected]

THURSDAY NIGHT

Pittsburgh at New England: All eyes are going to be on the quarterbacks, but how about the defensive backfields? Quick, can you name the starting two cornerbacks on either team? Easier -- can you name one starting corner on either team? Really? Nothing? Answers: Cortez Allen and William Gay for the Steelers and Malcolm Butler and Logan Ryan for the Pats. The Patriots let Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner sign elsewhere and let go of longtime veteran Kyle Arrington. For the Steelers, Ike Taylor's on TV and Brice McCain is in Miami. What the Patriots might not have in the defensive backfield, they do up front, with one of the best young front-sevens in all of football. Not given nearly enough credit, the unit continues to add talent (rookie Malcom Brown this year and Dominique Easley last year). Watch the once "young" guys -- Jamie Collins and Chandler Jones -- develop into two of the very best at their positions. The energy in the building will be off the charts, and even if Brady's a bit rusty, I think New England wins big.

The Pick: Patriots 38, Steelers 17

Cleveland at New York Jets: Two teams that are opening the season under curious circumstances. Their quarterbacks are Josh McCown (Browns) and Ryan Fitzpatrick (Jets), respectively; two guys who if I told you they'd be starting Week 1 anywhere eight months ago, you'd tell me I was drunk. The Jets are, of course, without their actual No. 1 Geno Smith because he was punched in the jaw by a scrub linebacker over a $600 plane ticket. The Browns are without general manager Ray Farmer because he was suspended four games for texting his ex-offensive coordinator a season ago. These are not things that happen to typical teams. The Jets and Browns are not typical teams. If the Steelers and Patriots brings offensive fireworks, this one will be for fans of offensive and defensive line play. You just might want to avert your eyes when there's a play call other than halfback dive.

The Pick: Jets 17, Browns 13

Indianapolis at Buffalo: Our first upset special of the week. Circle the wagons, folks. I'll be at this one, doing pregame hits for our new FOX NFL Kickoff show at 11 a.m. ET, and can tell you already that the in-house excitement and energy level will be unlike any other stadium on Sunday. I've been around the Bills enough this offseason to know the fan base is salivating to see this team in action and that Rex and that D is more than ready to knock this much-hyped Colts offense in the mouth. The Colts bandwagon is spilling over with dreamers right now. You have to stand to board it, no seats available. LeSean McCoy and Percy Harvin do their thing, Tyrod Taylor makes like Braxton Miller in the open field, and the defense clears out the Colts hype train with a Week 1 upset.

The Pick: Bills 24, Colts 20

Miami at Washington: Things haven't gone swimmingly for the Redskins the past few weeks, but I do think they'll be better than most people expect. Kirk Cousins starting over Robert Griffin III is addition by subtraction at this point (though I actually think Colt McCoy could end up under center sooner rather than later), and offensive coordinator Sean McVay's got the smarts and the pieces to do some real things with the unit this year. The Dolphins, a team that hasn't been to the playoffs since Chad Pennington wallhack was their starting quarterback, is suddenly in win-now mode with a ton of expectations. I'd rather be the former than the latter. I'm not sold on Miami just yet, and I don't think the Redskins are the unmitigated disaster -- on the field, at least -- that everyone else thinks they are. Upset special, No. 2. Right here.

The Pick: Redskins 27, Dolphins 23

Green Bay at Chicago: Jay Cutler is going to have a big statistical season and the Bears are going to be much improved in 2015. The Packers have won 11 of 13 against the Bears and Chicago's defense is suspect. Aaron Rodgers is going to miss Jordy Nelson this season. A lot. Just not on Sunday.

The Pick: Packers 31, Bears 20

Kansas City at Houston: "Hard Knocks" has everyone excited about J.J. Watt, Brian Cushing, and Vince Wilfork's overalls. You can have your show. I'm fascinated to see what we get out of Jadeveon Clowney this year. The former No. 1 overall pick is said to be on a "pitch count" for Sunday's game, but I'm still skeptical he even suits up. When healthy, there may be no more dynamic young defensive player in the sport. We could be looking at a potential Greg Oden/Sam Bowie situation. Expect a tremendous outing from Romeo Crennel's defense in Week 1.

The Pick: Texans 17, Chiefs 16

Carolina at Jacksonville: The Panthers are starting Philly Brown and Ted Ginn Jr. at wide receiver this weekend. No bueno. The Jaguars are going to be a lot better than they were a season ago. Expect big numbers from second-year players quarterback Blake Bortles and Allen Robinson, a receiver I'm being told is coming off a phenomenal summer. This one's going to be close.

The Pick: Jaguars 24, Panthers 20

Seattle at St. Louis: The Rams going to the playoffs this year, but it's going to take some heavy lifting from Todd Gurley, a guy they don't have Week 1. I respect the Rams' handling of Gurley a lot. They're looking at his career, not one week. Protecting the investment may cost them a Week 1 game.

The Pick: Seahawks 23, Rams 13

New Orleans at Arizona: Arizona's not sneaking up on anyone this year, and if Carson Palmer stays upright, they're going to be a hard team to beat down in the Birds' Nest. The guy to watch for the Cardinals isn't newly signed Chris Johnson or Andre Ellington; it's rookie David Johnson. The Northern Iowa rookie running back turned the most heads in training camp and had a good preseason. The Saints are a question mark. I'm very curious to see what Rob Ryan's defense looks like.

The Pick: Cardinals 33, Saints 20

Detroit at San Diego: Detroit lost two starting defensive tackles to free agency and didn't draft one in the first round, and yet I think their interior D-line will be more than capable with Haloti Ngata (healthy, at least for now) and underrated big man Tyrunn Walker holding it down inside. Backed by a healthy Calvin Johnson, a fresh rookie running back in Ameer Abdullah, and an offensive line that got better over the off-season, the Lions will get off to a good start.

The Pick: Lions 31, Chargers 23



Tennessee at Tampa Bay: This is going to be hyped as Jameis Winston vs. Marcus Mariota, and it should be. But I'm fascinated to see what the Buccaneers' other top draft picks do in Week 1. All starting, offensive linemen Donovan Smith and Ali Marpet are going up against a very good Tennessee front-seven and fourth-round pick Kwon Alexander is being asked to quarterback the defense at the middle linebacker spot. I can't recall a team asking so much from four rookies in the first week of the season. And yet, I think they all will excel. The Bucs drafted well and did some good work in free agency. They'll be sneaky good this season. It starts with a Week 1 win.

The Pick: Buccaneers 23, Titans 17

Cincinnati at Oakland: The Hue Jackson Bowl! Hue, who once was the head man in Oakland and just recently almost got another stab at it, is the offensive coordinator in Cincinnati. When it comes to expectations, the Bengals are in a tough place in 2015. They can go 15-1 in the regular season, and if they lose their first playoff game, heads could roll. Andy Dalton and Marvin Lewis are now 0-4 in playoff contests together, but regular-season contests haven't ever been a problem. Oakland has some fun young guns to watch, but the Bengals defense isn't losing to Derek Carr with an entire offseason to game plan. Expect four or five trick plays from ol' Hue, too.

The Pick: Bengals 27, Raiders 16

Baltimore at Denver: It's hard not to remember when the Ravens traveled to Denver and pulled off The Mile High Miracle, when Jacoby Jones beat Rahim Moore in the divisional round in January 2013, and setting the wheels in motion for Baltimore's improbable Super Bowl run. Neither Jones nor Moore will be playing in this one, but Peyton Manning and Joe Flacco certainly will. Baltimore's a hot pick for a lot of pundits out of the AFC this year. I don't see them winning this one. Ignore the noise, Manning's still got it ... or, at least in September, he does.

The Pick: Broncos 34, Ravens 24

New York at Dallas: The Giants are hurting all over and it's not even Week 1. Their safety situation is dire, Victor Cruz is still not 100 percent, and the offensive line has more question marks than an episode of "Lost." Then, there's the pass rush. Is there one? The Cowboys get Sean Lee back and added Randy Gregory and Greg Hardy -- at least after he serves his four-game suspension -- to their pass rush. After the summer they've had, I just don't see the Giants showing up ready to compete. This one could get ugly.

The Pick: Cowboys 38, Giants 21

MONDAY NIGHT

Philadelphia at Atlanta: I'm all in on Chip Kelly's Eagles, having picked them to win the NFC this season. I'm most curious in seeing how Sam Bradford -- he of those knee injuries -- handles the first big hit below the waist. Terrell Suggs came in unscathed during the preseason and a flag was thrown for a legal hit. Bradford got up and was just fine. But it was scary. Let's see if Dan Quinn throws the kitchen sink. This team can go as far as Bradford wants to take them; they're not Super Bowl-bound with Mark Sanchez under center.

The Pick: Eagles 37, Falcons 23



Minnesota at San Francisco: I'm not as down on the 49ers as the rest of my media brethren and actually think they could surprise some folks this season. If Tomsula has seen his roster dismantled over the past eight months, he's also seen a team strengthened and galvanized by its obstacles. I like the 49ers at home here, and I think we're going to see a different Colin Kaepernick in 2015 than the one we did in 2014. It starts Week 1 with this late-night win.

The Pick: 49ers 24, Vikings 17

Cheat Sheet Trivia Answer: The Rhein Fire's two quarterbacks in Tomsula's one season as head coach were Drew Henson and Timmy Chang. Fred Jackson was the team's running back.
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17 Avr 2016 

How to set up a Home Recording Studio

I prefer to record vocals without headphones, using the monitors as it gives a more natural and comfortable environment. It also helps me with my pitch somehow.

By all means you could just go ahead and upgrade your PC sound card, recording everything dry. It would certainly be a neater solution, but in my experience this just leaves you feeling uninspired as you wrestle with the technology, recording flat sounding vocals and sterile clean guitar parts. Not what you want when your trying to get creative, inspiring ideas down on tape.

Monitors and Headphones

Invest in a good quality set of over-ear headphones with a long cable, Try to steer clear of anything too complex with too many functions, separate volume controls, bass-boosts as these will just distract you from recording and give you something else to break/worry about. What you want is a flat, clear representation of what you've recorded as any coloration of the original sound will confuse the final mix. Over-the-ear headphones are best as they block out the most background noise. Currently I use a pair of Sennheiser HD429s.

For mixing purposes, you'll also need some decent monitor speakers. Like the headphones it's best to look out for the simplest layout and flattest response. Position them either side of your PC monitor so you get a decent left/right spread. You can't always monitor through headphones, during mix-down especially, because everything always sounds better through headphones so you have no idea of how your mix will sound in the real world. Monitors give you a completely different perspective on the overall mix, and to produce a really great final mix you'll need to play back your work through as many different devices as you can. (a tiny smartphone speaker is the ultimate test of a decent mix).

To record audio onto a PC you'll need some sort of interface to accept the sound source (be it a mic if recording vocals or acoustic, or a guitar cable if recording guitar). Here are the options....

A new PC soundcard. The simplest 'solution' is upgrading your PC sound card to a type that accepts mic + 1/4" cable inputs (for guitar). This'll will get your unprocessed, dry electric guitar and vocals onto tape, However, like 99% of musician's I much prefer an affected vocal while recording (EQ, compression, reverb etc), something only the expensive, highest end professional sound cards achieve. In practice you need to apply your effects 'post' the interface, ie. add reverb to the dry signal in your DAW, so you'll hear back your affected vocals through the monitor mix. Unfortunately this introduces the dreaded problem of 'Latency' (see box to the right). In addition to this, audio sound cards often don't use the best quality audio connections (1/4 jacks, mic inputs). So now we move onto option 2......USB Audio Interface. This is a dedicated, stand-alone interface for recording audio which is connected to the PC via a USB cable. All the connections are handled in a single unit, and are far superior to the connections found on a standard PC sound card, with most including dedicated guitar inputs too. The market is flooded with these units of varying quality, but again you are still restricted to a dry monitored signal (and latency). Some of the more expensive units do have the option to add effects (compression, eq, reverb etc) to the dry signal for monitoring, but these effects are very limited, and mainly geared towards just vocals.USB Audio Interface with full signal processing. In the ideal word, you'll want to monitor and record your vocals with vocal effects, and your electric guitar, bass, and acoustic guitar through a dedicated processor for each, with no fuss and no latency. In actual fact the only piece of desktop hardware I've found that can achieve this is the BOSS BR-800 (until the recent BOSS GT-001 came along). This gives you the best of both worlds. you don't have to have a dry monitored signal, and you can also add extra effects (e.g. mastering effects) post recording in your DAW.

Of course the old fashioned way of recording electric guitar is to simply mic your amp, but to get a half decent sound this way you'll need to make one hell of noise and experiment with mic placement etc. Not great for bedroom recording. I've found I can get comparable, if not better tones much simpler and quicker by just using the amp sims on the BR-800.

Audio Interface.

Here's where it gets complicated.



Decent monitors aren't cheap, but you don't have to use them just for recording, they'll be connected up you your PC too, so with the BR-800, Youtube and Window Media Player I now have the ideal practice setup too. For monitors, I use Edirol MA-7A's

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17 Avr 2016 

CRACKER OF A BRIEF. - Free Online Library

Byline: DONNA WATSON

ROBBIE Coltrane looked like Rumpole of the Belly yesterday as he donned legal gowns for free game hack his role in a new TV drama.

The Harry Potter star plays a corrupt barrister in the two-part The Plan Man, which is being filmed in Glasgow.



Heavyweight Robbie, 52, also produces the show in which his character becomes so fed- up with representing bungling bank robbers that he begins setting up their heists instead.

The Cracker actor was so impressed by the plot that he slashed his fee to take part.

But from the look of him outside the city's McLellan Galleries yesterday, his eating habits have taken no such cut.

COPYRIGHT 2002 Scottish Daily Record & Sunday

No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.

Copyright 2002 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

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16 Avr 2016 

Common Methods To Hack A Website

Gone are the days when website hacking was a sophisticated art. Today any body can access through the Internet and start hacking your website. All that is needed is doing a search on google with keywords like how to hack website, hack into a website, Hacking a website etc. The following article is not an effort to teach you website hacking, but it has more to do with raising awareness on some common website hacking methods.

The Simple SQL Injection Hack

SQL Injection involves entering SQL code into web forms, eg. login fields, or into the browser address field, to access and manipulate the database behind the site, system or application.

When you enter text in the Username and Password fields of a login screen, the data you input is typically inserted into an SQL command. This command checks the data you've entered against the relevant table in the database. If your input matches table/row data, you're granted access (in the case of a login screen). If not, you're knocked back out.

In its simplest form, this is how the SQL Injection works. It's impossible to explain this without reverting to code for just a moment. Don't worry, it will all be over soon.

Suppose we enter the following string in a User name field:

' OR 1=1 double-dash-txt.png

The authorization SQL query that is run by the server, the command which must be satisfied to allow access, will be something along the lines of:

SELECT * FROM users WHERE username = USRTEXT '

AND password = PASSTEXT

where USRTEXT and PASSTEXT are what the user enters in the login fields of the web form.

So entering `OR 1=1 as your username, could result in the following actually being run:

SELECT * FROM users WHERE username = ' OR 1=1 'AND password = '

Two things you need to know about this:

['] closes the [user-name] text field.

'double-dash-txt.png' is the SQL convention for Commenting code, and everything after Comment is ignored. So the actual routine now xbox one becomes:

SELECT * FROM users WHERE user name = '' OR 1=1

1 is always equal to 1, last time I checked. So the authorization routine is now validated, and we are ushered in the front door to wreck havoc.

Let's hope you got the gist of that, and move briskly on.

Brilliant! I'm gonna go hack me a Bank!

Slow down, cowboy. This half-cooked method won't beat the systems they have in place up at Citibank,

evidently



But the process does serve to illustrate just what SQL Injection is all about injecting code to manipulate a routine via a form, or indeed via the URL. In terms of login bypass via Injection, the hoary old ' OR 1=1 is just one option. If a hacker thinks a site is vulnerable, there are cheat-sheets all over the web for login strings which can gain access to weak systems. Here are a couple more common strings which are used to dupe SQL validation routines:



username field examples:

admin' ') or ('a'='a) or (a=ahi or a=a and so on.

Cross site scripting ( XSS ):

Cross-site scripting or XSS is a threat to a website's security. It is the most common and popular hacking a websiteto gain access information from a user on a website. There are hackers with malicious objectives that utilize this to attack certain websites on the Internet. But mostly good hackers do this to find security holes for websites and help them find solutions. Cross-site scripting is a security loophole on a website that is hard to detect and stop, making the site vulnerable to attacks from malicious hackers. This security threat leaves the site and its users open to identity theft, financial theft and data theft. It would be advantageous for website owners to understand how cross-site scripting works and how it can affect them and their users so they could place the necessary security systems to block cross-site scripting on their website.

Denial of service ( Ddos attack ):

A denial of service attack (DOS) is an attack through which a person can render a system unusable or significantly slow down the system for legitimate users by overloading the resources, so that no one can access it.this is not actually hacking a webite but it is used to take down a website.

If an attacker is unable to gain access to a machine, the attacker most probably will just crash the machine to accomplish a denial of service attack,this one of the most used method for website hacking

I recently wrote an article on Hack a website using denial of service

Cookie Poisoning:

Well, for a starters i can begin with saying that Cookie Poisoning is alot like SQL Injection

Both have 'OR'1'='1 or maybe '1'='1'

But in cookie poisoning you begin with alerting your cookies

Javascript:alert(document.cookie)

Then you will perharps see "username=JohnDoe" and "password=iloveJaneDoe"

in this case the cookie poisoning could be:

Javascript:void(document.cookie="username='OR'1'='1"); void(document.cookie="password='OR'1'='1");

It is also many versions of this kind... like for example

'

'1'='1'

'OR'1'='1

'OR'1'='1'OR'

and so on...

You may have to try 13 things before you get it completely right...

Password Cracking

Hashed strings can often be deciphered through 'brute forcing'. Bad news, eh? Yes, and particularly if your encrypted passwords/usernames are floating around in an unprotected file somewhere, and some Google hacker comes across it.

You might think that just because your password now looks something like XWE42GH64223JHTF6533H in one of those files, it means that it can't be cracked? Wrong. Tools are freely available which will decipher a certain proportion of hashed and similarly encoded passwords.

Know more about Brute force attack

A Few Defensive Measures

* If you utilize a web content management system, subscribe to the development blog. Update to new versions soon as possible.

* Update all 3rd party modules as a matter of course any modules incorporating web forms or enabling member file uploads are a potential threat. Module vulnerabilities can offer access to your full database.

* Harden your Web CMS or publishing platform. For example, if you use WordPress, use this guide as a reference.

* If you have an admin login page for your custom built CMS, why not call it 'Flowers.php' or something, instead of AdminLogin.php etc.?

* Enter some confusing data into your login fields like the sample Injection strings shown above, and any else which you think might confuse the server. If you get an unusual error message disclosing server-generated code then this may betray vulnerability.

* Do a few Google hacks on your name and your website. Just in case

* When in doubt, pull the yellow cable out! It won't do you any good, but hey, it rhymes.

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