__/ [ John Bokma ] on Monday 13 March 2006 09:06 \__
> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> __/ [ John Bokma ] on Monday 13 March 2006 07:35 \__
>>> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> It is probably less likely to work, but does not expose sensitive
>>>> pages to curious visitors
>>> Such pages should be either behind a password or not on the net.
>>> *Never* rely on what is nothing more then a hint/suggestion to a
>>> friendly crawler.
>> Yes, of course. However, it is rather safe to assume that a public
>> page, which contains a viewable frame, will not contain information as
>> sensitive as passwords.
> But then it's not sensitive :-D.
>>> An unfriendly crawler can fetch your page and decide to use it to
>>> generate content, and oops, there is your sensitive information out
>>> in the open, and maybe even very well ranked in Google.
>> Well ranked? I am not sure. Unless it resides on your PageRank 7
>> That mall in Mexico which you blogged about might soon make
>> number 1 in Google, but it will not be the 'official homepage'.
>> Rather, it is one which contains the picture of chocolate that
>> resembles feces.
Oh, I meant "cookies". I was only looking at the photos in a rush:
Sorry to hear about the birthday, absence and all of that... you have my
sympathies. You have a beautiful daughter.
>> Google fell victim to their own thirst for knowledge recently. I
>> wonder how many people have read these ironic news. I am not talking
>> about Brin in drag.
> I am curious now.
Storage plans accidentally leaked...
Beforehand, misleading financial infomation was leaked and caused their stock
to crash. Mind you, after all, that is the company which with Google Desktop
3 stores data. Google wants us to hand over hard-drive data, as well as
store our data on GDrive. *LOL*
Microsoft are equally incompetent. Information leaked which revealed their
plans to have *cough* 6 *cough* editions of Windows Vista (8 if you include
other versions like that for the EU, without Media Player).
The headline currently revolve around a different story though:
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