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Google Chrome 42 disables NPAPI support by default, and Project Spartan lacks ActiveX support entirely. Both of these changes prevent the use of Java in either browser.
Of the 10,000-plus staff at the Government Code and Cypher School during World War II, two-thirds were female. Three veteran servicewomen explain what life was like as part of the ...
Learn how the battle over privacy technologies could define the future of the web. This TechRepublic cover story explains the strange history and the serious consequences of the fi...
An exploit in a self-contained NAS sold by Seagate brings to the fore questions about handling security disclosures and whether the public should trust boxed NAS solutions.
A Debian initiative for reproducible builds sheds light on the least transparent part of the open source development process. Find out what's been completed in this security projec...
AV-TEST Institute announced its 2014 Best Antimalware product awards. The categories are Best Protection, Performance, Usability, Repair, and Android Security.
Inserting a certificate at the factory undermines VPN, database, and software update connections. All to put ads on secure shopping websites.
A Kaspersky Lab bulletin indicates a cyberattack group has the capability to infect hard drive firmware. Learn how this capability works, and what it means for your deployed system...
Despite high demand for cybersecurity insurance, insurers are playing it safe. EY's Robert Reeves recommends drafting the policy you want, and then shopping it around.
To insure security, the thought was to pull the computer off of the network. That is not always the case according to three Georgia Tech researchers who exploit side-channel signal...