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Your daily round-up of some of the other stories in the news

Update your D-Link switches

D-Link have released a support announcement explaining that the firmware used in its DGS-1510 Websmart Switch Series has been “found to have security vulnerabilities” and the company is urging users to install the latest firmware update. 402 more words

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Apple issues security patches for… just about everything

If you have a piece of Apple technology in your house or office, chances are that it’s time you updated it.

On Monday Apple issued security patches for all of its major operating systems – fixing vulnerabilities in iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, the Safari browser, and iCloud for Windows. 559 more words

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Python, GTK and WebKit – creating a web browser – Part 2

IF YOU HAVE NOT YET, PLEASE READ PART 1 BEFORE CONTINUING!

In Part 1, I showed you how to create a very basic web browser in Python with WebKit and GTK. 521 more words

SeaSurf

Python, GTK and WebKit - creating a web browser - Part 1

THIS WEB BROWSER IS NOT SEASURF. IT IS A VERY BASIC BUT RATHER FUNCTIONAL WEB BROWSER. 

Here is how to use Python, GTK and WebKit to create a very simple web browser. 244 more words

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Google makes Chrome 15% faster on Windows

Google is currently making a concerted effort to make its Chrome browser faster and leaner. The company announced a project to bring down memory usage earlier this month, for example. 279 more words

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What Does a Noob See?

One of the biggest myths in learning is that people read and understand documentation. Here’s an example.

After a futzing around in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for a while, you’ll run into code with “-webkit-” in it. 326 more words