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Marking HTTP Sites as Insecure: The Emperor’s New Clothes Indeed!

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  • Users don’t have a way for readily knowing when a site should be protected using SSL/TLS or not, and Google engineers are proposing yet another indicator.
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Finnair's first Airbus A350-900 takes shape

Finnair (Helsinki) in the fall of 2015 will take delivery of its first Airbus A350, specially the pictured A350-941 (msn 018).

Airbus has issued this picture and short message: 129 more words


Telstra in talks to takeover Pacnet for as much as $1bn

Telstra has confirmed it is in discussions with the owners of undersea cable operator Pacnet about a potential acquisition, but says there is no certainty that any transaction will take place. 69 more words


POODLE, a bug that could affect 10 percent of all websites, is back

POODLE is coming back for more.

The bug, which was originally thought to affect only older versions of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol used to encrypt information as it travels around the Internet, is now known to affect the Transport Layers Security (TSL) protocol, too. 327 more words


Telstra fined for misleading advertising

Telstra (TLS) has been slapped with a $102,000 fine for posting misleading iPhone 6 advertisements.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission handed down the fine to the telco giant following an investigation which was conducted after reports in The Australian exclusively… 165 more words


Reuters: Airbus is confident it can deliver the first A350 to Qatar Airways within 10 days

Airbus (Toulouse) is confident it can prepare the first Airbus A350-900 for delivery to launch customer Qatar Airways (Doha) within 10 days according to this report by Reuters. 44 more words