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WebSockets Disabled in Firefox 4

Mozilla has decided to disable WebSockets in Firefox 4 beta 8 due to a vulnerability in connection with transparent proxies that can be exploited to poison the proxy cache and return specially crafted content to other browser clients...

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Source Open, What About Data?

The issue of open data is on the minds of a lot of technology users and watchers of late, thanks to the media blitzkrieg surrounding the WikiLeaks Web site and the legal battles facing WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. In the face of such a controversial issue, it's only natural to ask questions about who owns data and what rights do they have to use and own it?

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Corporate Change: Contributing to Open Source

About five years ago I was hired by a software company that specialized in database security. Some of our software was used to protect databases in military assets and major banks. But a lot of development was very remote from top-secret weapons or classified information. For example, we wrote a...

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Google tunes up Chrome's JavaScript Engine

The biggest jump in JavaScript performance since Chrome was introduced will help fan the flames of today's hot browser competition.

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Matt Asay Leaving Canonical

Matt Asay has announced that he has officially resigned from Canonical as its Chief Operating Officer to join an early-stage HTML5 startup...

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