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The Joomla developers are warning website administrators to apply an update for the popular content management system that fixes two critical vulnerabilities.
After two major controversies Yahoo turns off automatic email forwarding.
Google is now providing more information to website owners whose online properties are temporarily blocked as unsafe by its Safe Browsing technology in order to help them fix the identified problems faster.
The dog days of summer are over, and it's time to get back to work. While you were out enjoying the sunshine and sipping margaritas, Amazon continued to update its cloud platform with new services. Here's what you need to know about.
Adobe Systems released critical security patches for its ColdFusion application server which has been a target for hackers in the past.
Mozilla has built an online scanner that can check if websites have the best security settings in place.
A researcher finds he could earn millions of dollars by abusing the online phone verification systems used by Google, Microsoft, and Instagram
Ubuntu support forums users should be on the lookout for dodgy emails after the website's database of 2 million email addresses has been stolen.
Atlassian has acquired StatusPage, which provides a service for notifying customers about unplanned outages and scheduled maintenance.
The security team of the popular Drupal content management system worked with the maintainers of three third-party modules to fix critical vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to take over websites.
The latest version of the All in One SEO Pack plug-in for WordPress fixes a flaw that could be used to hijack the site's admin account.
Google aims to make HTML5 the primary experience in Chrome by the fourth quarter of this year, except for a white-list of 10 sites that will run Adobe’s Flash Player.
Roughly half of all Web traffic comes from bots and crawlers, and that's costing companies a boatload of money.
A tool used by millions of websites to process images has several critical vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to compromise Web servers.
Twitter cofounder Biz Stone takes a second shot with Jelly, which he described as a failure in its first iteration.