By ZDNet Staff
| July 26, 2007 -- 23:37 GMT (16:37 PDT)
| Topic: Open Source
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Google, Mozilla: We're changing what you see in Chrome, Firefox address bars
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Clever attack uses SQLite databases to hack other apps, malware servers
Tainted SQLite database can run malicious code inside other apps, such as web apps or Apple's iMessage.
GitHub Actions moves GitHub into DevOps
Git has always been an essential part of DevOps, now GitHub is adding DevOps' CI/CD features to its Git services.
WordPress team working on daring plan to forcibly update old websites
WordPress team wants to forcibly auto-update older WordPress versions to newer releases.
Kubernetes reports the results of its open-source security audit
All programs need security audits, but the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) took a new open-source approach and revealed all to its users.
Julia programming language: Users reveal what they love and hate the most about it
Julia's creators detail the challenges of developing a new programming language.
Linux to get Teams client? Microsoft says 'stay tuned'
Microsoft may soon deliver one of the most highly demanded improvements for Teams: a Linux client.