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New Opera Mini Browser Update Available For Android Users

Opera Mini browser has recently come up with a new update to attract more users and survive the competition against other mobile browsers like Chrome and UC Browser. 256 more words

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Microsoft Vulnerability: Redirect to SMB

There’s a Microsoft vulnerability that, while not entirely new, has been brought to public attention again lately. This week Cylance, a cyber security company, published an article about the latest Microsoft software that’s vulnerable to a particular type of attack first discovered in 1997. 262 more words

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Thing 25: Power Up Your Browser

Thing 25: Power Up Your Browser

Looked at https://readability.com/. I like that it is an easy app to put in my browser. I think it is similar to My Pocket. 317 more words

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http://tech.firstpost.com/news-analysis/microsoft-to-remove-do-not-track-as-default-setting-in-new-browsers-261890.html

Microsoft had started enabling the ‘Do not Track’ feature as the default setting with the rolling out of Internet Explorer 10. But, the company has now announced that it will not turn on the ‘Do Not Track’ feature in the upcoming versions of Internet Explorer and Spartan by default.

Five free utilities that help protect your online privacy

Folks, here are a few tools to help you fight the good fight.

* Five utilities that help protect your online privacy

As awesome as the internet is, it might also be the biggest threat to personal privacy the world has ever known.

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I may start surfing with Chrome...

I won’t use Google’s Chrome browser; but this headline has me considering switching to it. (I hope the other browsers will do the same.)

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Google Rejects China's Internet certificates of trust after security breach -- China slams decision as "unacceptable"

By Paul Carsten

BEIJING, April 2 (Reuters) – A Chinese Internet regulator on Thursday slammed as “unacceptable” a decision by Google Inc to no longer recognise its certificates of trust, a move which could deter Chrome browser users accessing sites approved by the authority. 1,012 more words