..forever waiting... waiting for jellybean!
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- May 7, 2009
When I wanted to send a mail, I used to add a picture with 1x1 pixel size and set its src to the above mentioned php page
I'm sorry but I can't understand what you mean by 1 pixel page.A 1-pixel page
size doesn't really matter.
Well, if 1 pixel image may bother, I can make it 100x100 or even larger. It's positioned way too outside of the screen and visibility is set to No.Women have heard that old story many times.
But I digress. A one-pixel page is a page where one illuminated pixel is on the screen. Doesn't matter whether the screen is 1024x768 or if the image size is 1x1. The issue is that the displayed pixel doesn't really matter - it is the code behind the page that showed that pixel. And many web pages use the 1x1 pixel page to hide bad code.
like Kitayama said they are now using instant messaging, this is a thing of the past, so this one will Never happen.As long as your users don't complain about trouble with that page, you have nothing you need to do anyway. It is only if someone has turned up their web security settings high enough AND that particular security suite tests for it.
And as the last step I added the page to Active Directory's safe DNS list.
But we are living in a modern time and everything has changed.
Most of companies and organizations I know have stopped using e-mail.
Here, using e-mail or Outlook to contact others is somehow old-school.
Instant messaging Apps stand in first place here.