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blueprint for a widget of mass destruction
Contributed by: Some Desi, at 5/10/2005 09:32:00 PM.

"Welcome to zaptastic.
If you are using Safari on Tiger, thanks to the magic of widget autoinstall, combined with the <meta> tag, a slightly evil widget has been installed in your dashboard. It could be a lot worse. There's a slightly more evil widget linked lower in this page, and I think it would be possible to make a much more destructive widget. I gave you something fairly tame."

"The average user, who can't find their Library folder with two mice and a spotlight, is stuck. It would take all of thirty seconds for me to pick out a nice porn image, make it the icon of a widget, drop it in your dashboard, and you're stuck with it. It doesn't even need any Javascript. Oh, hell, why not?"

Want to try it on your mac with Tiger: go here

Read more: here (be careful: If using Safari on Tiger, the widget will install. See removal instructions on the same page)

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