Firefox 2.0.0.5 released

The latest build in the FF 2 series was released yesterday. According to the release notes this release fixes several critical vulnerabilities besides the more obvious bug fixes. Critical MFSA 2007-2...

End of the road for PHP4

A few days ago The PHP group announced they will discontinue PHP4 development. After New Year there will be no more releases of PHP 4.4. They’ll continue to make critical security fixes availab...

New Hack Code can Hijack CPU’s

A new Hack Code can steal CPU time without being noticed! Three scientists have developed a new kind of attack against Linux, Windows and Unix. Prior to an international IT security convention in Bos...

FF vulnerability exploited via IE

A vulnerability in Firefox 2 announced this week could allow remote command execution. Only Window versions prior to Vista (XP ->) are affected. The problem, according to Secunia, is that Firefox ...

Introducing Nero CD-DVD Speed

Nero CD-DVD Speed is a software designed to execute a number of tests to verify optical drives (both burners and readers) functionality and to determine burned media quality. This standalone applicat...

Introducing Yod’m 3D

Yod’m 3D is a virtual desktop manager with the fashionable effect “the cube” for Windows XP or Vista. It allows for 4 virtual desktops running at the same time with different backgr...

Opera 9.5 is coming

Details on the next release from Opera has just been released. Opera Software will in the next few weeks release the first builds of Opera 9.5 currently named Kestrel. This major update features new ...

Still running win95?

I saw from my stats the other day that I’ve more than 100 unique visitors identifying themselves as win95 users. I find that somewhat interesting and a bit hilarious. Why are you still using th...

Introducing Adobe AIR beta

Monday this week Adobe posted the beta builds of Adobe® Integrated Runtime (AIR) on Adobe Labs. Over the last few months, you might have heard about an Adobe project code-named Apollo — Adobe® AIR™ i...

Safari available on Windows

Yesterday at the World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco, Steve Jobs announced that Safari 3 will be made available for Windows XP and Vista. With a market share of only 5% (according to Ap...