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Mozilla is considering banning digital certificates signed with the SHA-1 algorithm in July 2016.
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From one perspective, it could be argued that the online advertising industry is getting what it deserves. After years of stuffing Web pages with ads, Web surfers are increasingly blocking them with free tools.
The Web is full of deception, and it's sometimes still hard for people to figure out if the website they're viewing really is what it says it is.
Amazon.com has made a pitch for the handicrafts market occupied by players like Etsy by setting up its own "Handmade at Amazon" store
Google unveils a plan to make the open web more tolerable in hopes of fending off Apple and Facebook.
Man-in-the-middle attackers can inject cookies over HTTP connections in order to extract information from encrypted HTTPS traffic.
Glitches in Amazon Web Services' North Virginia facility caused problems Sunday for Netflix, Tinder and other major websites.
Some hackers verify themselves as owners for the websites they compromise in the Google Search Console.
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Onomichi in Japan has rolled out a website that lets people virtually wander the city from the perspective of a cat.
Editors of the English version of Wikipedia have blocked 381 user accounts for editing articles on the online encyclopedia despite being secretly paid to do so by various interests.
AT&T is the latest Wi-Fi hotspot provider to try injecting ads into sites where they shouldn't be.
Google will shut down its website that used search queries to determine how influenza was spreading, and will pass along the data to health organizations to create their own flu prediction models.
Flash lost its prominence in web video, and now Amazon is refusing to use Adobe's technology in its ads.