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Report: Eight high-profile sites hit by browser exploits last week

08/27, 11:45pm

Security firms says malvertising hit sites such as Java, DeviantArt and Photobucket

A "malvertising" campaign made the rounds last week hitting at least eight high-profile websites according to security firm Fox-IT. The firma noticed that the sites were redirecting their visits to other places, allowing it to discover that sites were using vulnerabilities in software like Java and Flash to inject malicious programs. The purpose of the "malvertising" was to infect machines with botnet malware involved in boosting advertisement clicks.

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Google moves into domain registration business with Google Domains

06/23, 7:32pm

Search giant plays with the idea of a domain registration services for small business

As is Google tradition, another feature it is testing was recently released to the public while still in a beta phase. Google, recognizing the need for businesses to start an online presence with a website, is jumping into the domain registration business with Google Domains. Starting with a small test group, Google is exploring the customer needs that can be fulfilled through the service.

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Briefly: Adobe Muse update, PrintLife 1.1 debut with discount

08/14, 8:20pm

Update improves scroll effects

August has brought the latest release of Adobe Muse, launched today. Adobe Muse lets users create and publish websites for desktop and mobile devices without writing code. Scroll motion effects tools have been improved with the ability to apply active states to hyperlinks on long-scrolling sites as well as the code quality for iOS devices for smoother rendering. Available as a single application or as part of Adobe Creative Cloud, pricing starts at $15 per month.

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Go Daddy DNS compromised, some site visitors infected

11/23, 1:48pm

Hackers change domain details to infect ransomware

Hackers have altered DNS records of websites hosted by Go Daddy, with the aim of infecting visitors with ransomware. The attackers are adding subdomains to the DNS records, pointing to a malicious IP address under their control, allowing victims to believe they are going to the right website, and for the pages to avoid various security protection mechanisms. This attack comes two months after an alleged attack on the Go Daddy network.

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Adobe discontinues GoLive, offers cross-grade

04/28, 1:15am

Adobe discontinues GoLive

Adobe on Monday announced that GoLive website creation tool has been discontinued in favor of Dreamweaver, the popular design tool acquired from Macromedia a little more than three years ago; confirming reports from a almost two years ago (which the company later denied and subsequently promised continued support), Adobe said it has ceased development and sales of the effective Monday, April 28, 2008. However, despite the Macworld report, the software was still available for sale (and as an upgrade) on Adobe's website early Monday morning.

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