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1481: new post   Intel Critical Vulnerability in Desktop and Server Chipsets
Intel has said its Management Engine (ME), Server Platform Services (SPS) and Triusted Execution Engine (TXE) are all vulnerable to security flaws.
Webmaster HardwareNov 23, 2017
1482: new post   10 Vulnerabilities Discovered in over 20 Linksys Smart WiFi Routers Potentially Allowing DoS Attack
Linksys have issued a security advisory with a temporary fix while it says it's working on a a firmware update on all affected devices.
Webmaster HardwareApr 21, 2017
1483: new post   Are SSD Hard Drives Good Enough For Server Use?
"Can I drop 2 or 3 drives in to a webserver and let them run for 3-4 years with no problems?"
Webmaster HardwareJan 1, 2011
1484: new post   Intel To Charge US$50.00 to Unlock CPU Upgrade
"Still, it's an intriguing business model, and before you unleash your rage in comments, you should know that Intel's just testing it out on this low-end processor in a few select markets for now."
Webmaster HardwareSept 21, 2010
1485: new post   Notebook Growth Declining Sharply
"We expect tablets to continue to pressure PCs as more vendors launch products..."
Webmaster HardwareSept 17, 2010
1486: new post   Considering The Energy Consumption Of Server CPUs
"When buying a server, processing power, memory, disk space and price are often the reason to select a specific configuration. But with current energy prices and limitations in data centers on the power usage per server, it is also important to look at the average power usage."
Webmaster HardwareJuly 24, 2010
1487: new post   Dell Warns of Malware on Server Motherboards
"The potential issue involves a small number of PowerEdge server motherboards sent out through service dispatches that may contain malware."
Webmaster HardwareJuly 22, 2010
1488: new post   E.U. Fines Intel $1.45 Billion For Anti-Competitive Practices
"Such a serious and sustained violation of the EU's antitrust rules cannot be tolerated."
Webmaster HardwareMay 13, 2009
1489: new post   Researchers Continue To Find Sensitive Data On Discarded Hard Drives
Webmaster HardwareMay 8, 2009
1490: new post   Instant On Mini PCs May Change the Computer Industry
"Asus announced it will have a ROM boot chip for their ultar portable line of eeePC computer that instantly boots to Linux, bypassing the need to wait for Windows to load. You simply press the on button and you're instantly ready to browse the Internet, no waiting."
Webmaster HardwareJuly 21, 2008
1491: new post   Toshiba To Give Up On HD DVD?
"In fact, Toshiba has not made any announcement or decision. We are currently assessing our business strategies, but nothing has been decided at the moment."
Webmaster HardwareFeb 18, 2008
1492: new post   Microsoft Want A Say In Your PC's Design
"For the past seven months, Microsoft has offered computer manufacturers guidelines on color, shape and other design elements for PCs that will run Windows Vista."
Webmaster HardwareSept 11, 2006
1493: new post   Dell embraces Google
"High Impact Click Here Deal between the search giant and the PC maker gets Google into new territory. It's a strike against Google rival Microsoft."
Webmaster HardwareMay 26, 2006
1494: new post   Blackberry gets Google Local & Google Talk
"...Blackberry mobile email devices will be equipped for instant messaging, local search and maps from Google, Google and Blackberry producer Research In Motion said on Thursday."
Webmaster HardwareJan 12, 2006
1495: new post   Search Engine on a Chip
"...believed to be the industry´s first single-chip algorithmic search engine, has been announced by Cypress Semiconductor."
Webmaster HardwareFeb 28, 2005
1496: new post   Gone Wireless and Problems Ensue
"Since going wirless I have had problems with internet connectivity, downloading files and playing online games."
Webmaster HardwareSept 1, 2004
1497: new post   Psychological Triggers In WebSites
Or maybe I'm just a victim of the psychological triggers..
Webmaster GeneralMar 25, 2001
1498: new post   FTC Sends Signals it's Ready to Break Up Big Tech if Needs Be
Federal Trade Commission, Joe Simons, clarified that it could split up big technology businesses if the other solutions did not work.
Webmaster GeneralAug 15, 2019
1499: new post   State of the Internet Report 2019
Take half an hour to watch, listen and learn.
Webmaster GeneralJune 12, 2019
1500: new post   DNS Change Will Kill Sites Dead: DNS Flag Day
A web DNS criticality will occur 01-February-2019: Non-compliant domains may become unavailable. Test yours now.
Webmaster GeneralJan 17, 2019
1501: new post   Information Privacy Virus Spreads to Local Governments
Another privacy mine is about to get placed as the City of Chicago discusses privacy legislation.
Webmaster GeneralJune 24, 2018
1502: new post   Essential HTTPS Security Headers
WebmasterWorld Members discuss essential security headers.
Webmaster GeneralJune 5, 2018
1503: new post   New API Login Standards: WebAuthn and CTAP Published
Is this the beginning of the end for user passwords?
Webmaster GeneralApr 26, 2018
1504: new post   Mozilla: Internet Health Report 2018
Mozilla has taken a look at the Internet and given it a Health Report.
Webmaster GeneralApr 11, 2018
1505: new post   Website Housekeeping
"In the last week or two I've been focused on polishing existing web pages rather than creating new content."
Webmaster GeneralMar 13, 2018
1506: new post   What Are Your Least Favorite WebDev Activities?
What are or have been your WedDev headaches, annoyances, or pains?
Webmaster GeneralJan 29, 2018
1507: new post   Browser Login Managers Exploited for Web Tracking
Password manager tools in browsers are being exploited for web tracking.
Webmaster GeneralJan 3, 2018
1508: new post   Voyaging Outside the Google Box
WebmasterWorld Members look beyond Google, and discuss technologies that will give sites the competitive advantage.
Webmaster GeneralOct 30, 2017
1509: new post   HTTPS Security Headers
WebmasterWorld Members discuss server response headers that strengthen security after you've made the switch to HTTPS.
Webmaster GeneralOct 24, 2017
1510: new post   Being a Webmaster: Increasingly Difficult
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the apparent increasing challenges and difficulty of being a webmaster.
Webmaster GeneralOct 11, 2017
1511: new post   AWS Now to Start Charging Users By The Second
AWS has announced it'll start charging users by the second from October 2, 2017, instead of by the hour.
Webmaster GeneralSept 19, 2017
1512: new post   W3C Publishes EME (Encrypted Media Extensions) as Recommendation
The W3C has published EME (Encrypted Media Extensions) as a W3C recommendation.
Webmaster GeneralSept 19, 2017
1513: new post   Where The Internet is Headed
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the future of the Internet, and look at new technologies, and new opportunities.
Webmaster GeneralAug 14, 2017
1514: new post   What is HTTP/2 and Why You Should Use It
HTTP/2 is the first major HTTP protocol update since 1997 when HTTP/1.1 was first published by the IETF. WebmasterWorld Members explain why HTTP/2 should be employed.
Webmaster GeneralJune 8, 2017
1515: new post   2017 State of the Internet Trends Report
The annual State of the Internet Trends, 2017 is just published and, as usual, shows some global trends that may affect people's marketing decisions.
Webmaster GeneralJune 1, 2017
1516: new post   CDNs for Webmasters
WebmasterWorld Members discuss CDNs, configurations, and how to get the best out of it.
Webmaster GeneralMar 31, 2017
1517: new post   CloudFlare Bug: Private Sessions and Personal Information Exposed - CloudBleed Bug
Compared to the Heartbleed bug of 2014, Google's researchers discovered that people's private sessions and personal information could be seen by strangers, or by thieves.
Webmaster GeneralFeb 24, 2017
1518: new post   SHA-1 Defeated, Google Urges Movement to Cryptographic hashes such as SHA-256 and SHA-3
CWI Institute in Amsterdam and Google create a practical attack on SHA-1 and advocate that the protocol should no longer be considered secure.
Webmaster GeneralFeb 23, 2017
1519: new post   What Will Happen If I Don't Switch to HTTPS?
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the implications of not switching to HTTPS.
Webmaster GeneralFeb 20, 2017
1520: new post   New JavaScript Code Could Make Drive-By Exploits Much Worse
A simple JavaScript code could make drive-by exploits far worse.
Webmaster GeneralFeb 16, 2017
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