Jun 192009
 

By default, Windows Internet Explorer 7 and earlier versions limit the number of files that you can download at one time to two. Windows Internet Explorer 8 limits the number of files that you can download at one time to six. This change reflects the faster connection speeds that are now typical for most users. For dial-up connections, the limits from earlier versions still apply.
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Jun 052009
 
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May 082009
 

A recently deomstrated vulnerability in the OpenSSL package on Debian Linux distribution has generated numerous certificates weak and are easy to crack. Many servers still use these weak certificates, even though it is impossible to establish a secure connection using them. The heise SSL Guardian checks the SSL certificates and warns you when it detects a weak one.

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Apr 012009
 

This is news for those who are not aware of the fact that the new flagship Internet Explorer 8 has been quitely released by Microsoft. It comes as a surprise to me that Microsoft has decided to go quite this time with the release of its new Internet Explorer 8 version given the fact that new kid on the block Google Chrome (ofcourse only to the war of browsers and not to the Internet itself) and the long time warrior Firefox are all chipping away with IE’s market share.

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