Archive for April, 2011



new ecommerce website

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

We have just finished working on the bay furniture’s website ->

URL shortening service

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

I have just finished working on a URL shortening service – Lex.CX. Finished this in less than 4 hours (I am definitely getting faster).

I was lucky enough to get such a short domain name (which also has part of my name in it:) so I decided it will be best if I share it with everyone 🙂

So, check it out:


mass website hacking + LAMP vs .NET comparison

Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

As I am writing these lines, history is happening. The biggest mass-hacking campaign in the history of the web is happening right now. The campaign is named LizaMoon and more than 1.5 million websites have already been hacked and counting.

The infection uses vulnerability in the security of the Microsoft .net based web applications. The two worst nightmares me and every other web developer have are SQL Injections and XSS. While everyone is talking about XSS, I was left with the impression the SQL Injection vulnerabilities are not that common anymore and that XSS was a bigger issue.