W3C gives new recommendations for building an accessible site
The W3C is revamping the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). These guidelines guide web developers in building accessible websites.
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) have been updated to version 2.2. This makes nine new recommendations available to developers. They can us... Read more
Google to start removing secure website indicators in Chrome
Google Chrome will soon replace its iconic lock symbol with a new icon. The company looks to represent a website's security level more accurately. The move could change how we understand website security.
The lock icon was first introduced to indicate that a website uses HTTPS encryption to secu... Read more
NATO Special Operations HQ hit by cyberattacks
A pro-Russian hacker group is believed to be responsible for taking down NSHQ's websites.
NATO websites were targeted by a cyberattack on Sunday, German news agency dpa reported, citing the bloc’s spokesperson, Oana Lungescu.
According to the report, the hacker attack struck several website... Read more
Fraudsters use 42,000 fake websites to push adware and ads
Fraud group 'Fangxiao' built a network of 42,000 sites that impersonate well-known businesses.
The network was designed to steer victims to websites pushing adware. Fangxiao uses fake domains to generate website traffic and advertising revenue for its own websites and the websites of customers w... Read more
FishPig discovers exploit that puts 200,000 websites at risk
200,000 sites risk having their data compromised due to an exploit in FishPig's software.
FishPig is a UK-based e-commerce software developer. Organizations use its Magento and WordPress plugins to streamline processes. FishPig recently discovered that attackers had found a backdoor into the sec... Read more
Google blocks over thirty malicious domains used by hackers
Google blocked over thirty malicious domains connected to cybercriminal groups in Russia, UAE and India.
The domains actively targeted AWS, Gmail and many other personal accounts to perform corporate espionage against organizations and human activists.
According to the threat analysis group a... Read more
New Relic updates observability platform with service level management
New Relic launched a service level management feature that helps developers and operators monitor uptime and reliability of all their software systems.
New Relic develops cloud-based software to help application owners and website managers track the performance of their services. Today, the com... Read more
Ten companies form the PHP Foundation to fund developers
The future of PHP source code language is in the hands of Dmitry Stogov and Nikita Popov. To ensure its preservation, ten companies have come together to form the PHP Foundation to fund these core developers.
Details about the PHP Foundation
Ten companies have grouped up to form the PHP Found... Read more
Facebook Like button makes European websites responsible for data sharing
According to the European Court of Justice, websites that contain a like-button from Facebook are co-responsible for the collection of data. These websites are also responsible for sending the data to the social network.
The decision was made in a case about the German website Fashion ID, NU.nl writ... Read more