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Mozilla plots Web app store tools, updates Firefox

Mozilla has laid plans for building online stores for Web apps, though it doesn't plan to build a store itself. Also: new Firefox features and security fixes.

By October 20, 2010


Using Facebook and Twitter safely

Share a lot? Here's a guide to the security and privacy problems that users of Facebook and Twitter encounter, and what they can do about it.

By December 23, 2009


State of virtualization: Parallels 5.0 released, VMWare Fusion performance

Parallels has released version 5.0 of their "Desktop" virtualization package for Mac. Lets hope this solution's graphics enhancements fare better than those in VMWare's latest version of Fusion.

By November 4, 2009


Deja vu: New scams hit Facebook and Twitter

Yet another scam on Facebook sends users to a Web site designed to steal their log-in information and download malware, while Twitter suffers its own phishing attack.

By May 21, 2009


Shiretoko makes Firefox 3.5 speedy for the Mac

Developer makes Firefox much faster than Mozilla does, which means you needn't jump to Google Chrome just yet.

By May 12, 2009


Firefox 3.5 beta 4 tested: Yup, it's much faster

The latest version of Firefox has hit its final beta-testing stage with the release of the fourth beta. We've tested it and discuss its new features and promised performance

By April 28, 2009


Mozilla updates Firefox to 3.0.10

Mozilla has released a new update to its popular Web browser, Firefox. New to Firefox 3.0.9, according to the official release notes, are fixes to several security and stability issues, a bug where users would "lose" cookies, and another bug where inline

By April 24, 2009


Researcher thinks Mac OS X is easy to exploit

Presenting at Black Hat, Charles Miller makes some controversial points about Apple Mac OS X and its ability to withstand future attacks.

By August 13, 2007


Scripting flaw ripe for Web worm

Security experts warn system administrators to patch a flaw in a scripting module widely used among Apache Web sites, before the Internet's seedy side develops a worm to exploit it.

By March 4, 2002


Scripting flaw leaves sites vulnerable

A flaw in a common open-source scripting language, PHP, could allow attackers to crash an Apache Web site or compromise a server.

By February 27, 2002