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OWASP updates top 10

OWASP updates top 10 vulnerability ranking for first time since 2017 https://www.zdnet.com/article/owasp-updates-top-10-vulnerability-ranking-for-first-time-since-2017/ “Nonprofit foundation Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) has released an updated draft of its ranking of the top 10 vulnerabilities, the first changes to the list since November 2017.” The list is available on-line at https://owasp.org/Top10/ Maybe the most significant change in

Gamepad and Joystick Tester

I had some old game controllers that plug to USB port that I wanted to test. How to test game controllers connected to a PC? Preferably without installing new app I would be just using few times and forget to my PC. Nowadays you can test the joystick using web browser thanks to HTML 5

Metaverse

Since the late 1970s and early 1980s, many of those in the technology community have imagined a future state of, if not quasi-successor to, the Internet – called the “Metaverse”. Metverse is a vision of the future networking that sounds fantastical. The Metaverse is a collective virtual shared space[1] including the sum of all virtual

WWW at 30

Today is the 30rd anniversary of the public release of the World Wide Web project thst had been under development since 1989. Its original homepage still exists! http://info.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/TheProject.html

Web mobile app simply

Here is a simple method to convert ePanorama.net electronics component data search tool to “mobile app” for Android phone: 1. Go to https://www.epanorama.net/cgi-bin/semi.cgi?keyword= on your mobile browser. 2. Select from your broser menu to create an icon to your smart phone start screen. 3. Now you have an icon that starts this web app as

Web development trends 2020

Here are some web trends for 2020: Responsive web design in 2020 should be a given because every serious project that you create should look good and be completely usable on all devices. But there’s no need to over-complicate things. Web Development in 2020: What Coding Tools You Should Learn article gives an overview of

Cloudflare, Google Chrome, and Firefox add HTTP/3 support | ZDNet

https://www.zdnet.com/article/cloudflare-google-chrome-and-firefox-add-http3-support/ By default, classic HTTP (a layer 7 protocol) uses TCP (a layer 4 protocol) as it’s base. To solve speed issues with TCP and encryption with it, Google created SPDY, a protocol that fixed some of TCP’s problems. HTTP-over-SPDY protocol eventually became the official HTTP/2, which is now used on around 40% of all