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One Graph, Zero Credibility


Let’s see..we’ve got shadows, random colors, and the colors are graduated, and so is the background. Displaying 13 digits takes 109,341 bytes (in the original), for a remarkable data density of .0001 digit per byte.

Anti-phishing working group? You can, I hope, do better.

Via the F-Secure blog, who don’t have per-post links.

One comment on "One Graph, Zero Credibility"

  • Iang says:

    Funny comment … in other news, there is this Extended Validation thing floating around which can only be considered under the general rubicon of “bigger nails need bigger hammers.”
    Doing better seems to be straining *all* organisations of any form or size. Nobody need feel proud.

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