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Archive for April 19th, 2022

SwiftOnSecurity on Twitter: “Web developers and CMS managers literally dance on the smoldering wastes of a million Library of Alexandrias yet we permit them to act as if polite company.… “

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/04/19

[Archive.is: SwiftOnSecurity on Twitter: “Web developers and CMS managers literally dance on the smoldering wastes of a million Library of Alexandrias yet we permit them to act as if polite company.… “] quoting

Hyperlinks are a powerful tool for journalists and their readers. Diving deep into the context of an article is just a click away. But hyperlinks are a double-edged sword; for all of the internet’s boundlessness, what’s found on the Web can also be modified, moved, or entirely vanished.  The fragility of the Web poses an […]

 

It’s all about Link_rot, which is the main reason I have been posting [Wayback] (and when these do not archive, [Archive.is]) archival links in my blog posts since about 2015.
Sometimes I find time to add these to older posts as well, but given there are 7000+ blog posts published, I won’t be able to do that for all past blog posts.

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