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SAN FRANCISCO ( Associated Press) — Internet Explorer is finally gone. Starting Wednesday, Microsoft will end support for the once-dominant browser that legions of netizens loved to hate, and some still claim to love. The 27-year-old app has now joined the dustbin of technology history with BlackBerry phones, dial-up modems and Palm Pilots. The browser...
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By Donna ClappFrom the July/August 2022 Issue At the beginning of the 21st century one of the world’s most famous futurists, Google’s Chief Engineer Ray Kurzweil predicted that 20,000 years of technological progress would be condensed into the current 100 years. Known for being right 86% of the time with his predictions, this time Kurzweil...
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Google announced on Wednesday that it has released updates for the company’s Google Chrome web browser. The updates for Chrome Stable and Chrome Extended Stable are already available. What makes the update rather mysterious is that Google provides little information on the nature of the updates. The official Chrome Releases blog posts reveal no information...
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Tarrant County is requesting proposals for affordable housing to address a shortage of available units and an increase in demand resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Tarrant County Commissioners Court allocated $32.5 million to increase the number of affordable housing units for people experiencing homelessness. The funding comes from the American Recuse Plan Act (ARPA)...
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Apple has released on October 5 a preview of the new update for Safari, the search engine technology for iOS and macOS devices, which will introduce new features in the future. The preview aims to show users what the possibilities are for the future release versions of Safari, and offers the opportunity to try them...
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Turning the Decline Around Eureka College’s course-sharing computer science major brought in nine new freshmen this semester who Dr. Fulop said wouldn’t otherwise have come; before then, she said, the college was losing prospects who wanted career-focused majors. Rochester University in Michigan, which has 1,100 students, added seven programs through course sharing, including digital marketing,...
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When the weaponized HTML pages detect a vulnerable target, it will proceed with loading additional stages of the attack. The last stage involves the creation and loading of a new script called “tongji.js,” which in Chinese means 痛擊 (to deliver a punishing attack). These files are hosted inside Water Labbu’s code repository. The “tongji.js” script...
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The Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) changes for Linux 6.1 but with a documentation update does provide a good reminder for a public service announcement: run-time disabling of SELinux is deprecated and will be removed in the future. For a while now SELinux has deprecated run-time disabling – those turning off SELinux via editing the /etc/selinux/config...
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The best password managers allow easy and secure storage of your online login details, via features including generation of strong passwords, auto-capture of passwords as you type, and synchronisation of data across devices and browsers. The best free password managers offer all of this without any cost. Too many internet users still have poor password hygiene,...
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San Francisco: With 303 vulnerabilities and a cumulative total of 3,159 vulnerabilities as of 2022, a new report said that Google Chrome is the most vulnerable browser available. According to a report by Atlas VPN, these figures are based on data from the VulDB vulnerability database, covering January 1, 2022 to October 5, 2022. Google Advises...
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