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World's top stock trading apps full of security flaws

Some of the world's most popular trading apps are riddled with security flaws which could allow remote attackers to hijack accounts and steal users' names, money, and other data, according to new research from IOActive.

Microsoft to open-source the JavaScript core of its new browser

Microsoft has announced it will be publicly releasing the source code to one of the most important components of its new Edge browser from early 2016. The developer community will be able to contribute to the code, helping to improve Edge's performance.

Eric Elliott's fight against poverty with code goes viral

In his words, Eric Elliott lost everything in 2008 and had to sell his house in 2009, resorting to couch surfing with friends. But by 2010, he had turned all of that around by entering one of the highest-paid industries of all right now: web development.

Reddit comments become infected, site goes temporarily offline

Online discussion and recommendation site Reddit today has been under attack, with random comments appearing to exploit users browsers.

Apple releases public beta of Safari 4

On Tuesday, Apple announced the public beta release of Safari 4, the latest version of their popular Web browser. New features include Cover Flow to flip through bookmarks, Top Sites to get a preview of frequently visited pages and Tabs on Top.

Adobe warns of serious risks for Acrobat and Adobe Reader

It’s not what people want to hear. Adobe has issued a public notification of a security flaw in Adobe products, in which malware can execute code on infected systems. The malware takes advantage of a flaw in JavaScript on the two programs.
 

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Microsoft is open-sourcing the core of its Chakra JavaScript engine that powers Microsoft Edge
Microsoft is open-sourcing the core of its Chakra JavaScript engine that powers Microsoft Edge
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Microsoft Edge can now outperform browsers including Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox  according to...
Microsoft Edge can now outperform browsers including Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, according to disputed claims from Microsoft
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Programming algorithms on a computer monitor.
Programming algorithms on a computer monitor.
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