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The advertisements redirected victims to the Sweet Orange exploit kit, which tries to install malware.
Experts say that SSL 3.0 should be disabled even though some legacy products still use it.
The search giant gets serious about same-day delivery.
The botnet targets Web servers that haven't been patched for recent vulnerabilities found in the Bash Linux shell
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The bug has now been fixed and user data was not at risk, the company said
Microsoft finally added a search feature to Bing that Google doesn't have: song lyrics.
Bing will treat websites that use HTTPS the same as ones that don't.
Having encryption is critical to advancing a more secure future of the Internet, according to CloudFlare
Other services like Yahoo Education and Qwiki will also close, Yahoo said. But it's the Web directory that first launched Yahoo onto the Web.
Can You Run It scans your PC and compares it against a game's hardware requirements.
If you're still Googling, you haven't seen the latest improvements in Bing's search engine. Recent convert Mark Hachman tells you why he switched, and you could do the same.
The advertisements redirect victims to the Nuclear exploit kit, which tries to install the Zemot malware.
More than half a million new comments are on their way to the FCC, lobbying against the regulatory body's Open Internet guidelines.