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A Firefox security flaw originally judged to be of low severity has been upgraded to high, but a fix is on its way.
Two core members of the development team of Web content management system Joomla - Brad Baker and Sam Moffatt - will be talking to the…
Dutch not-for-profit venture capitalist NLnet Foundation has called on Microsoft to release its older file formats into the public domain to enable businesses, open source-developers…
A researcher has identified a vulnerability in Firefox's basic authentication dialog that may help phishers fool users into false feelings of security.
Friday, 14 December 2007 09:49

Apache gains Yahoo! sponsorship

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Yahoo! has become a platinum sponsor of the Apache Software Foundation, which supports the Apache web server and other open source projects.
An update for Camino, the 'Mac native' Gecko-based browser delivers security fixes, improved compatibility with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, stability improvements and other changes.
OpenOffice 2.3.1 fixes a variety of bugs, but one of the most important concerns a vulnerability in the database engine shipped with the package.
Firefox 2.0.0.11 has been released hot on the heels of 2.0.0.10, which suffered from "a compatibility issue with some websites and extensions".
Thursday, 29 November 2007 02:56

Google competition targets teens

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A Google-sponsored competition aims to encourage the involvement of secondary students in open source projects.
The latest release of the popular Firefox open source web browser fixes a trio of security flaws described by Mozilla as being of high impact.

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