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First opinions give deep impressions. However, it might be time to give application whitelisting another try since not much else is defeating malware and digital exploits.
It's not just Munich city council that uses Linux on the desktop. A number of household names have also opted for open source.
After examining three common browsers, Erik Eckel determines that Safari is the best for overall Mac business use. Do you agree?
Find out what the Heartbleed security threat might mean to you and your organization and how to handle it.
The good old days of 1980s technology weren't always good. Read about 10 things few (if any) people will miss about that era.
Get details on the new elements, attributes, and input types for HTML5 forms, along with code snippets to illustrate how they are used.
Not all web browsers are created equal, but obscurity does not mean they are not worth your attention.
Google Safe Browsing warns users about malware-detected sites. Learn how one company dealt with its compromised website.
The free Anvi Browser Repair Tool can repair a multitude of Internet Explorer problems. Find out why this is one of Jack Wallen's go-to tools.
Google Chrome has a handy self-updating feature, but this convenience can also require some detective work if things go wrong.