A Profanity-Laced Video Game Password That Breaks Everything
Most of these passwords were gibberish that required a pen-and-paper to write down and remember. One password, however, is more memorable, and much more sinister.
May 16, 2013
When a Startup Sends a Passive-Aggressive Email Every Day
It's just one email, I think, so I ignore it. And then I receive another e-mail, the next day, that's much less subtle: Your website misses you! This is certainly the first time a startup's emails have tried to guilt me into using the service.
May 13, 2013
Diablo III Economy Broken by an Integer Overflow Bug
Diablo III, Blizzard's highly-awaited online-only Action RPG released almost a year ago to the day, has had its share of technical difficulties. From Error 37 to lag spikes that can cause hundreds of hours to go to waste, Blizzard has spent the past year improving the game backend to better accommidate the millions of active players.
May 7, 2013
A Blog Comment System That Steals Comments From Facebook
Those comments become LiveFyre comments. And the Facebook user has no input, nor any notification that their comments are being used this way.
May 4, 2013
Super Mario World "Completed" in Under 3 Minutes by Corrupting the RAM
This SMW TAS, posted in 2011, was so crazy that it inspired the creation of a new category of speed runs: Corrupts Memory.
Mar 24, 2013
How To Kill The Reader Comments Of A Popular Tech Blog
I'm honestly afraid that the switch from Facebook Comments could kill quality comments on TechCrunch completely.
Jan 23, 2013