The Delay in Drupal 8: A Bad Sign?

June 23, 2015 at 3:18 pm By

Haven’t thought about Drupal in a while?  You’re not alone.  But you might be surprised to know that even though the juggernaut that is WordPress is still #1, Drupal is #2. And sure, WordPress is bigger by a factor of 20, but ignoring that fact completely, Drupal is still important.  It is still the go to open-source CMS for anything…

NIST Explores Tattoo Algorithms For Cataloging & ID

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Tattoos moved from only being available in a hospital, to a sign of intimidation and rebellion. Now, they are a norm in society and almost every knows someone who has one. An National Institute of Standards and Technology is now working to help body art become a form of identification through cataloging.

Disney Cancels Plans To Outsource 35 Tech Jobs

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Mickey Mouse seems to have had a bit of a change of heart. Imagine being one of 35 technology workers for Disney/ABC Television and one day being told that your job would be taken over by immigrants working of an H-1B Visa.

Researchers Find Holes In Apple iOS & OS Security

June 22, 2015 at 1:10 pm By

If you use an Apple device you might want to be extra careful with the information you input to various applications including your passwords.

Malware Medical-Device Hacks Are Growing

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Medicine and technology have formed a strong bond over the past two decades and now that bond is at risk due to malware intrusions by hackers.

Most Intense Hacks Committed

June 18, 2015 at 2:18 pm By

Cyber security remains not-quite up to snuff. Don’t believe that statement? Well, below are 10 extreme hacks that might change the way you look at cyber security in 2015. “Any device with a computer chip can be hacked, but not all hacks are created equal,” says Roger A. Grimes of InfoWorld. “In fact, in a world where tens of millions…

Apple Pushes IPv6 For iOS 9

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When iOS 9 is released developers and iPhone users should expect IPv6 to be the driving traffic router for their mobile devices. “Because IPv6 support is so critical to ensuring your applications work across the world for every customer, we are making it an App Store submission requirement, starting with iOS 9,” said Apple’s VP of Core OS Sebastien Marineau at the World…

Malware Attackers Are Getting Rich

June 17, 2015 at 4:36 pm By

Hacking might not be the smartest way to bring in revenue, but it looks like the return on some of the biggest Malware attacks are making cybercriminals very rich and you won’t believe how easy it was for many of them. During its investigation of 574 breaches over 15 countries in 2014, SpiderLabs found that attackers are receiving a 1,425% …

AT&T Releases Top Phishing Keywords

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Lebron James and Kobe Bryant might be your favorite players in the NBA, but they can also their names in a URL may suggest the possibility of malicious security breaches in many top-level domains according to a recent AT&T study.

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July 6, 2014 at 1:34 pm By

InsertHTML is a news driven website catering to web developers, designers and other web professionals. We feature news from around the globe and include Op-ed articles, with our opinions about new technology, code or companies. Reach out to use anytime! Navi Persaud Editor, InsertHTML. Ted Mikulski Contributing Writer, InsertHTML. Passionate web developer and small business owner. Nicole Gorman Contributing Writer,…