clickjane.css: A CSS User Style Sheet to Help Detect and Avoid Clickjacking Attacks

Clickjacking or, more formally, user interface redressing, is a class of security vulnerabilities similar to phishing scams. The technique uses web standards to trick unsuspecting victims into performing actions they were not intending to. Clickjacking does not rely on bugs in any software. Instead, the technique is simply an abuse of the growing graphical capabilities […]

Why CSS needs delegation capabilities and not “variables”

It’s been too long since I joined the fun, if amazingly heated, debates over the direction that Web standards are moving in. Recently, given the “free” time to do so, I decided to dive head first into what is (sadly) an almost 14 year old debate. The result is this blog post, which is mostly […]