Welcome to WebAlvarez
My name is Pedro and Im (full time) working as webdeveloper and designer sinnce 2009.
Im intresting in computer, web and designe, and one of my other page MallorcaGraphics is entirely devoted to my various design jobs and photos.
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Apple, Google, HTC, Nokia and Samsung have a new goal: To develop a standard for anti-theft features to their smartphones, and WebAlvarez can only say one word… Finnely.
The 8 big mobile comapny have agreed to a voluntary commitment with the new standard of anti-theft features to smartphones. On board on this, is also the five biggest U.S. mobil operators.
For almost 10 days ago Microsoft ended their support of XP, but today it is still a large number of PCs running on the retired XP. But most frightening is that even a large number of websites are still use it.
Thanks Mike Tawse for this link
Those of you who follow my blog, know that I think a lot about safety. The common user also has begun to understand that this is very important.
But the question remains… Can we be protected to 100%. Many believe that the common hacker is someone young guy sitting in his room at the home of her parents, but not any longer.
CVE-2014-0160 is the official name and its a bug in OpenSSL which is a popular set of cryptographic software.
Openssl is used to protect the browser traffic to and from as many on two thirds of all servers on the Web. It is also used to protect email servers, chat servers, and VPN services.
Heart Bleed bug lets hackers steal information – usually – is protected by encryption ssl/tls. Using a hole called heartbeat, which allows web servers maintain secure connections open over a long period.