On 10-11-23 10:54 PM, "interactive fiction" wrote:
> Some time back I picked up a PDF on malicious interfaces. I've attached the
> PDF to this post for reference. Basically, it's the use of UI design to
> effectively coerce the user into considering material (ads, etc) that they
> don't want to deal with, or to create an outcome that may run counter to what
> the user actually wants to do.
> It's not something that I've found a lot of research on. The PDF I've
> attached is one publication. I can't remember where I picked it up, but it
> was being distributed for free. I know another one is floating around
> somewhere, but that's the extent of my knowledge. I would have though there
> would be more information on this. Does anyone have insight into this trend?
> Attachment Size Malicious Interfaces.pdf  580.23 KB
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>  http://www.ixda.org/sites/default/files/Malicious Interfaces.pdf