Saturday, December 20, 2014

Embed Images Directly into HTML

In HTML, images are defined with the <img> tag.

<img src="url" alt="some_text">

The src attribute defines the url (web address) of the image.
The alt attribute specifies an alternate text for the image, if it cannot be displayed.
If you want to show an image, you write something similar to this in your HTML :

<img src="html5_sticker.png" alt="HTML5 Sticker">

But, sometimes you may want to show an image on your webpage but you don't want to link an external image file. In that case, you can directly embed your image into the HTML without having to link to an external file.

The idea behind it is that the browser interprets the image file in encoded format. So why not we directly put the encoded data in the src attribute of <img> tag. One of the advantages of embedding the image directly into the HTML is Portability.

There are so many online Base64 Image encoder available on the web. Just google it and you can get a list of online converters.

Base64 Image is one such tool which I have used sometimes.

Following is the image tag with src attribute as base64 encoded stream instead of external url/location.

<img src="data:image/png;base64,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This looks quite ugly. But, check the HTML5 logo below - browser's interpretation for the base64 encoded stream.

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Yes, You heard it right - Rohit Sharma does it Again

Eden Gardens’ 150 years celebration could not be better than this. No one would have thought that this day will be written in golden letters in the history of ODI cricket. Cricket fans, who were watching this match from the stands, will cherish this day for their lifetime.

Returning from injury, Rohit Sharma played a fabulous inning of 264 in 173 balls in 4th ODI against Sri Lanka on 13th November, 2014. He was not out until the last ball of India’ inning was bowled. He falls off the last ball of the innings trying to play a big shot.

Rohit Sharma was on 4 when he was dropped by Thisara Perera at third man.

India Scored 405/5 altogether and in their effort to chase such a big total, Guests could garner a meagre 251 and lost by 153 runs. India leads 4-0 (undefeatable) in the 5 match ODI series.
Rohit Sharma Celebrating his double hundred at Eden Gardens
Rohit Sharma Celebrating his double hundred at Eden Gardens, Kolkata
It was his first international match after he injured himself in the second ODI against England in August. This inning of 264 makes him the only person on the planet who has scored two Double Hundreds in ODI matches.

In his last eight ODI innings, Rohit Sharma’s has scored two double-centuries, one big century and two half centuries. As an opener, he has scored 1765 runs in 38 innings at an average of 53.48. (That’s good).

Some Interesting Facts/Records After the Match:
  • 264 – Rohit Sharma’s Score, a world record for the highest score in ODI.
  • 2 – Number of double centuries scored by Rohit Sharma in ODI makes his the first batsman to do so.
  • 404 – India’s fifth 400-plus score in ODIs. No other team has made more than two.
  • 153 – India’s victory margin in this game. They win by the same margin when Sachin Tendulkar and Virendra Sehwag scored their double centuries.
  • 202 – Third Wicket partnership between Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. India’s eighth 200-plus third wicket partnership.
  • 173 – Highest number of balls played by a batsman in a completed 50 over ODI inning.
  • 33 – Maximum number of fours hit during an inning.
  • 15 – Number of balls Rohit Sharma took to reach 250 from 200.
  • 198 – Difference between Rohit’s score and that of next highest scorer in same team. This is the biggest difference between the top scorer and the next highest scorer in ODIs.
  • 400 – Number of innings played by Mahela Jayawardene. Other two players who have achieved this feat are Sanath Jayasuriya and Sachin Tendulkar.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Vulnerability

Cross-site scripting (XSS) is a type of computer security vulnerability typically found in Web applications. Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks are a type of injection, in which malicious scripts are injected into trusted web sites. 

Cross-site Scripting (XSS) is generally believed to be one of the most common application layer hacking techniques.

XSS is the hacking technique that leverages vulnerabilities in the code of a web application to allow an attacker to send malicious content from an end-user and collect some type of data from the victim.

An attacker can use XSS to send a malicious script to an unsuspecting user. The end user’s browser has no way to know that the script should not be trusted, and will execute the script. Because it thinks the script came from a trusted source, the malicious script can access any cookies, session tokens, or other sensitive information retained by the browser and used with that site. These scripts can even rewrite the content of the HTML page.

There are three types of XSS Attacks :
  • Stored/Persistent XSS

Stored XSS generally occurs when user input is stored on the target server, such as in a database, in a message forum, visitor log, comment field, etc. And then a victim is able to retrieve the stored data from the web application without that data being made safe to render in the browser.
  • Reflected/Non-Persistent XSS

Reflected XSS occurs when user input is immediately returned by a web application in an error message, search result, or any other response that includes some or all of the input provided by the user as part of the request, without that data being made safe to render in the browser, and without permanently storing the user provided data.
  • DOM Based XSS


It is an XSS attack wherein the attack payload is executed as a result of modifying the DOM “environment” in the victim’s browser used by the original client side script, so that the client side code runs in an “unexpected” manner. That is, the page itself (the HTTP response that is) does not change, but the client side code contained in the page executes differently due to the malicious modifications that have occurred in the DOM environment.

Few of the popular websites vulnerable to XSS which I found out while browsing into these websites. I reported the issues to the respective websites support and security team. They have fixed the issue after that.

1. www.thefind.com

    Vulnerable Parameter: query

XSS vulnerability
XSS in www.thefind.com
2. www.timesdeal.com

    Vulnerable Parameter: searchname

XSS Vulnerability
XSS in www.timesdeal.com
3. www.tradus.com

XSS Vulnerability
XSS in www.tradus.com
4. www.redbus.in

   Vulnerable URL parameters: "fromCityName" and "toCityName".

XSS Vulnerability
XSS in www.redbus.in

How to Determine If You Are Vulnerable


XSS flaws can be difficult to identify and remove from a web application. The best way to find flaws is to perform a security review of the code and search for all places where input from an HTTP request could possibly make its way into the HTML output.

How to Protect Yourself

  • Contextual output encoding/escaping of string input
  • Safely validating untrusted HTML input

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Night trekking @ Skandagiri Hills

Skandagiri Hill is situated in Chikballapur district of Karnataka, which is approximately 70 km from Bangalore. Skandagiri is also known as Kalavara Durga. The peak is at an altitude of about 1350 metres.

It was an amazing adventurous night trekking experience. We were a group of three friends and joined a group of five law students at the base. 

One of the ancient and oldest mutt of Karnataka - Papagni Mutt is located at the base.

Skandagiri trek is a moderately difficult trek, but if you are trekking in night you need to be extra cautious.

We started our journey towards the zenith at around 1:45 AM. It was a beautiful night with a bit strong breeze and a very light drizzle. Stretches were a bit slippery due to the rain. So, we were climbing slowly and cautiously, relaxing after every 15-20 minutes of climb. 

Finally we reached at the top and it took around 3 hours, for us, to reach to the top. 

We stayed there for quite some time ( around 3 hours) - enjoyed the Campfire, hot maggie and tea, which we bought from the local shop, run by the villagers, present there.

In morning, it was very cloudy and visibility was very less. So, we didn't get a chance to witness the beautiful sunrise. :(

Things to carry for this trek:
  1. One LED Torch (fully charged) per person – It’s a must and don't rely on your phone’s torch.
  2. Shoes with good grip.
  3. Water, energy drinks and light snacks.
  4. Warm clothes
  5. First aid kit and medicines, knife and stick
  6. Mats, Rain coat(good to have if it's rainy season).
  7. A strong backpack to carry all these things.
How to Reach Skandagiri Hills from Bangalore :
  • If going on your personal vehicle, then follow the Kempegowda International Airport, better known as Bellary Road (NH 7). After crossing BIA take the diversion to Chikballapur. Travel time would be around 1 and half hours.
  • Take KSRTC bus from Platform number 11 at Majestic KSRTC Bus Station. Ticket fare is Rs. 57 and It takes around 1 and half hours to reach Chikballapur Bus Stand. From there, either you can take auto to reach to the base of Skandagiri hills.

It would be nice if you carry a good camera and GPS enabled smartphone.

There is a shop at the top in one of the fort structures which has the ganesha temple inside it. They sell maggie, tea, camp fire, water bottles at almost 4 or 5 times the market price.

Some Pics (From my moto g) :

Beginning of the Trek
It's the Beginning
At the Top of Skandagiri Hills
At the Top of Skandagiri Hills
Fighting with the Winds
Fighting With the Winds
Three Idiots
Three Idiots
Abhishek Singh - Tashan
TASHAN
I am at the Horizon
I am at the Horizon 
Kishore in Tashan Returns @Skandagiri Hilss
Tashan Returns
Skandagiri Hills
Skandagiri Hills


I am The King of This City @Skandagiri Hills
I am The King of This City


@Skandagiri Hills

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Dynamically Add/Remove Rows in HTML Table Using Javascript

Following code snippet will show how to dynamically add/remove rows in Table using simple HTML and Javascript :

Source Code :
 HTML Table :  
   
 <table cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0 border=0 border-spacing=10px id="attributes_configuration_table">  
   <thead>    
     <tr>          
       <th><b>Name</b></th>             
       <th><b>Value</b></th>    
     </tr>  
   </thead>  
   <tbody>    
       <tr id="row_1">          
       <td>            
         <input type="text" name="attribute_name_1" id="attribute_name_1" style="margin-right:10px" autocomplete="off">                  
     </td>              
       <td>            
         <input type="text" name="attribute_value_1" id="attribute_value_1" style="margin-right:10px" autocomplete="off">          
       </td>        
       <td><input class="new_button" id="+" name="+" onclick="addTableRow('attributes_configuration_table')" type="button" value="+">  
       </td>    
     </tr>  
   </tbody>  
 </table>  

JavaScript :
 var counter = 1;  
 function addTableRow(TableId) {  
   var table = document.getElementById(TableId);  
   counter++;  
   var rowCount = table.rows.length;  
   var row = table.insertRow(rowCount);  
   row.id = 'row_' + counter;  
   
   var cell1 = row.insertCell(0);  
   var element1 = document.createElement("input");  
   element1.type = "text";  
   element1.autocomplete = "off";  
   element1.name="attribute_name_" + counter;  
   cell1.appendChild(element1);   
   
   var cell2 = row.insertCell(1);  
   var element2 = document.createElement("input");  
   element2.type = "text";  
   element2.autocomplete = "off";  
   element2.name="attribute_value_" + counter;  
   cell2.appendChild(element2);  
       
   var cell3 = row.insertCell(2);  
   var newButton    = document.createElement("input");  
   newButton.className = "new_button";  
   newButton.type   = "button";  
   newButton.value   = '-';  
   newButton.onclick  = removeRow;  
   cell3.appendChild(newButton);  
 }  
   
 function removeRow (id) {  
   var rowNode = this.parentNode.parentNode;  
   // Delete this node  
   rowNode.parentNode.removeChild(rowNode);  
 }  

Live Demo

Sunday, May 25, 2014

सपना...एक तसब्बुर



हे प्रिये चलो मैं आज तुम्हे कुछ और ही बात बताता हूँ
जिस दुनियाँ में सपने बस्ते हैं उस दुनिया की सैर कराता हूँ
ना बंदिश है ना पाबंदी ना तीखी नज़रें हैं दुनियाँ वालों की
बस एक मैं हूँ और एक तुम और सपने हैं दिलवालों की

उन बागों की शैर करें जहाँ फूल प्यार के खिलतें हैं
उस क्षितिज के पास चलें जहाँ ज़मीन आसमान से मिलतें हैं
उन झरनों के पास चलें जो संगीत प्यार का सुनाती है
उन तारों के पार चलें जो रोज़ हमें बुलाती है

कितनी प्यारी है ये दुनियाँ जो की सपनो मे रहती है
किसी और की नही यहाँ बस अपनी मर्ज़ी इसमे चलती है

प्यारे सचमुच हैं ये सपने क्यूंकी यहीं हम तुमसे मिलते है
ये सपना ना जाने कब सच हो बस इंतज़ार इसी का करते हैं



Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Remembering Jamsetji Tata - Legendary Father of Indian Industry

3 March, 2014 - 175th birth anniversary of Jamshetji Tata, One of the big founders of Modern India. He was the founder of Tata Group, India's biggest conglomerate company.


Jamshetji Tata (3 March 1839 – 19 May 1904)
Jamsetji Tata was a great visionary and businessman who had devoted his life to set up :

  • A World Class Steel & Iron Company (TATA Steel)
  • A World Class Institution (IISC Bangalore)
  • A Unique Hotel (Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai)
  • A Hydro-Electric Power Plant (TATA Power)


Our first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru once said - 
"When you have to give the lead in action, in ideas - a lead which does not fit in with the very climate of opinion - that is true courage, physical or mental or spiritual, call it what you like, and it is this type of courage and vision that Jamsetji Tata showed. It is right that we should honour his memory and remember him as one of the big founders of modern India."

We pay our tribute to the legend, who had founded the TATA Group - Largest Conglomerate of India - which operates in more than 100 Countries and markets in 6 Continents and made every Indian proud, on his 175th birth anniversary.

To Know More about Jamshetji Tata, Please visit following websites :

Thursday, February 6, 2014

moto g - Exceptional Phone. Exceptional Price

Motorola's much awaited android smartphone moto g will be launched on 6th February, 2014 and yes, that's tomorrow. The phone's tagline is - "Exceptional Phone. Exceptional Price". The smartphone will be exclusively available on website FLIPKART from 6th February.

Wanna meet moto g - Watch this video :

Key Features of Moto G (Black, with 8 GB)

  • 1.2 GHz A7 Quad Core Processor with 1 GB RAM
  • HD Recording
  • Dual SIM (GSM + GSM)
  • 4.5-inch Touchscreen
  • Internal Memory: 8 GB
  • 5 MP Primary Camera and 1.3 MP Secondary Camera
  • Wi-Fi Enabled
  • Android (Jelly Bean) OS
 There are two variants of moto g to be launched in India with a price tag of Rs. 12,499/- for 8GB variant and Rs. 13,999 for 16GB variant. Flipkart is offering incredible offers on the purchase of moto g.

Monday, January 20, 2014

SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination 2014


Staff Selection Commission (SSC) invites application for Combined Graduate Level Examination 2014 for the recruitment of following posts :
  • Inspectors of Income Tax, Central Excise, Preventive Officer, Examinersin Custom Houses
  • Assistants (CSS) for central Govt. Ministries and departments
  • Assistants, other than CSS, for other Central Govt. Ministries and departments
  • Inspector of Posts
  • Inspector of Central Bureau of Narcotics
  • Sub-inspectors in CBI
  • Assistant Enforcement Officers
  • Divisional Accountants in CAG Offices
  • Statistical Investigators 
  • Auditors, Junior Accountants, Accountants
  • Compilers in RGI
  • Upper Divisional Clerks
  • Tax Assistants
  • Compiler
  • Sub-Inspector in Central Bureau of Narcotics
Important Dates :
  • Commencement of online registration  - 18th January, 2014
  • Closing date of online registration  -  14th February, 2014
  • Date of Examination  - 27th April 2014 and 04th May, 2014 
More details can be found at SSC CGLE-2014 Notice.
Online Registration : SSC Examination Notices.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

BIHAR COMBINED ENTRANCE COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION (BCECE) - 2014

The notification for Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination (BCECE) - 2014 is out on January 15, 2014. BCECE is the examination for admission to various professional courses in different Engineering colleges, Medical colleges, Agriculture colleges under the Government of Bihar and is conducted every year by Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board, as constituted under the Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Act, 1995.

Important Dates :
  1. Commencement of Online Registration                   - January 17, 2014 (10 A.M.)
  2. Last Date for Online Registration                            - February 17, 2014 (5 P.M.)
  3. Last Date for Fee Payment through Bank Challan      -  February 17, 2014 (5 P.M.)
  4. Last Date for Receiving Application with required documents - February 25, 2014 (5 P.M.)
  5. Tentative Dates of Examination - 
                             First stage          - April 13, 2014 (Sunday)
                             Second Stage      - May 18, 2014 (Sunday)

BCECE invites applications for admission in first year of the following degree courses in Govt. institutions and Government affiliated degree colleges / institutions :
  • Engineering / Pharmacy
  • Medicine
  • Biotechnology & Agriculture
There are two stages of Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination, 2014. First stage of examination will be held on April 13, 2014 and the Second stage of examination will be held on May 18, 2014. These are tentative dates. BCECE Board reserves the right to change the examination dates.

More details can be found out on following websites :
The notification for BCECE - 2014 can be found out at BCECE - 2014 Notification.