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Adobe Flash flaw opens webcams to remote peeping toms
Expert Reviews / 6/18/13
A security flaw in Adobe Flash that was thought to be repaired in October of 2011 has resurfaced again with a new proof-of-concept hack that can grab video and audio from a compromised computer without getting the user's permission. In fact the flaw can be ...
Was Adobe's 5-Year High a Flash in the Pan?
Motley Fool / 6/17/13
For many casual investors, Adobe's most commonly used products might seem like pure loss leaders, as many users don't pay for its ubiquitous PDF reader. But although some recent moves with its higher-value software packages are hurting revenue in the ...
The end for Google's Chrome Frame
The H / 6/14/13
Similarly, users who switch to a modern version of Internet Explorer or make the jump to Chrome will reduce the attack surface of their browser; using Chrome Frame, they were effectively exposing themselves to possible security vulnerabilities from two ...
Cube Slam Chrome Game Unveiled
Ubergizmo / 6/14/13
Cube Slam Chrome Game Unveiled Google has certainly done their fair bit of promotion where Chrome is concerned, trying to turn it into a leading Web browser as well as an cloud-centric operating system. Well, that has gone hand in hand with the company ...
Google Saying Goodbye to Chrome Frame
PC Magazine / 6/14/13
Google this week announced it is bidding adieu to Chrome Frame, a plugin that brings a modern Chrome engine to old versions of the Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser. In a Thursday blog post, Chrome engineer Robert Shield explained that Google ...
How to tame Google Chrome's memory use
Ghacks Technology News / 6/14/13
Google's Chrome browser likes to use memory. That is not necessarily a bad thing, provided that the computer it is running on has plenty of it. If your computer has not that much, or if it is needed for other applications more than it is for Chrome, then you may ...
PSFK / 6/14/13
The game itself is a blocky 3D version of pong that puts you in the first-person perspective. What sets the game apart is that it uses your browser and internet connection to display your face in the game, as well as your opponents just to keep things equal.
Google to retire Chrome Frame plugin for Internet Explorer
Digit / 6/14/13
Google is recommending businesses using Google Frame to switch to either modern browsers or Chrome for Business that now has legacy browser support. Roger Capriotti, Microsoft's Internet Explorer director, said that, "More and more people are using ...
Adobe Flash exploit grabs video and audio, long after “fix”
Ars Technica / 6/14/13
A security flaw in Adobe Flash thought to be repaired in October of 2011 has resurfaced again with a new proof-of-concept hack that can grab video and audio from a user's computer without getting user authentication. Employing a transparent Flash object on ...
CNET Editors' note:
CNET / 6/13/13
Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the Web faster, safer, and easier. Use one box for everything--type in the address bar and get suggestions for both search and Web ...
BlackBerry patches BYOD, Adobe Flash flaws for Z10 and Playbook
Infosecurity Magazine / 6/13/13
The BSRT-2013-005 patch addresses a flaw in both the Z10 and the Playbook, which has to do with a remote code execution vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player. The BSRT-2013-006 update meanwhile fixes a vulnerability in the Blackberry Protect application ...