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A new program aims to build deeper security mechanisms into open-source software. Perhaps it will keep security experts from contracting with nefarious hackers or the NSA instead.
The World Wide Web Consortium continues to debate issues over the DNT proposal, while one member of the organization's working group seems weary over the lack of progress.
Microsoft's new browser is set by default to tell advertisers not to track user behavior on the Web, but Apache's Web server has become a new obstacle to that Microsoft approach.
In OS X Mountain Lion, Apple has removed the option for personal Web sharing; however, this feature can be enabled if needed.
Web Sharing in OS X is a simple way to set up a personal Web server, but some OS X Lion users have found the service will not start up properly for them.
Many times there will be odd names listed in the permissions field for files on their systems, and people have wondered about them and what they mean.
Without profits, open source would never have evolved from a relatively obscure hobbyist phenomenon.
Depending on your account setup, or small modifications you may have done to your home folder, you may prevent people from being able to see any local Web sites you are hosting through the Web Sharing service, and your computer will issue a "Forbidden"
Security Update 2004-12-02: User experiences; httpd.conf changes preserved