Browser vulnerabilities through CSS3 features.
The impact of the EU rules on third-party cookies.
The ticking PHP 5.6.x time bomb.
All jQuery File Upload versions before 9.22.1 are vulnerable.
Including all Chromium-based browsers.
ServiceWorkers can be used to create botnets.
Built-in support for image lazy loading coming.
Available as a monthly subscription.
Despite shared codebase.
The next iteration of the HTTP protocol gets a big boost.
The network service provider moves to hCaptcha.
No new avenues for user fingerprinting.
The team bans terms like ‘blacklist’ and ‘slave’.
Other HTTPS traffic is still allowed.
An effort to remove unnecessary references to slavery.
The ban is part of a proposed law update.
The alliance’s latest effort to get tech companies into the boat.
Big changes are coming to Internet Explorer.
More privacy with an upcoming web standard.