Security-Wise, Google Chrome is (Potentially Very) Good
( 3575 days 22 hours ago)
LinuxSecurity.com: Security bloggers are already commenting on Google’s slightly premature “Chrome” browser leak. Built on top of the Apple sponsored WebKit engine, the browser offers several security features that we have only seen so far in the beta releases of IE8. The most interesting feature discussed so far is the strict memory separation afforded by the technology, where each web application will operate in its own memory space with its own virtual machine for code execution. Web browser security is important to help protect users from computer attacks. With Google’s new browses being released, how do you think it’s security features will be compared to Firefox and IE?
Cisco, Microsoft Discuss Progress of their Partnership
( 3575 days 23 hours ago)
September 3, 2008 In response to concerns from their many mutual business customers, last year the chief executives from Cisco Systems and Microsoft talked publicly about creating a more focused program to improve interoperability between their respective networking and software products. …