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Google gives developers code to disable iOS 9 app security to continue to serve ads

One of the backend improvements in iOS 9 is a strengthening of app security when accessing data from webservers. The new App Transport Security (ATS) feature ensures that only connections encrypted using HTTPS are permitted. 259 more words

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Network protocols

In order for computers to communicate with one another, standard methods of information transfer and processing have been devised. These are referred to as “protocols” and some of the more common ones such as TCP, IP, POP, SMTP, HTTP, and FTP are discussed here. 319 more words

Firefox-maker Mozilla takes steps to make web surfing more secure

Mozilla, the maker of the Firefox web browser, said it would phase out a commonly used but insecure kind of web protocol to prevent hackers and governments from spying on users. 373 more words


Most Internet traffic will be encrypted by year end. Here's why.

The networked world may reach a crypto-tipping point this year. More than half of the world’s Internet traffic will likely be encrypted by year end, says a report… 870 more words



Hypertext Transfer Protocol. HTTP is the foundation of data communication for the World Wide Web, and the precursor to most websites.

HTTP is the system to exchange or transfer hypertext. 18 more words

What is an Internet Protocol?

An Internet protocol is a standard defined for addressing hosts and for routing datagram’s or packets between source host to destination host across one or more networks such as LAN, Internet and Intranet etc. 9,681 more words


Tesla Model S is more like a network than a computer

Dragtimes has a nice little rundown of the latest in hacking the Tesla Model S. It turns out that there is an exposed 4 pin connector on the left side of the dashboard that is actually a 100mb Ethernet connection. 288 more words