Google Tracks Customers’ Movements Through Their Android Phones Even When They Have Disabled The Function

[Codango™: Uhmmmm…] Jim Norton: Google has been tracking customers’ movements via their mobile phones even when they have disabled functions allowing this. Those with Android devices, which use the web giant’s operating system, have been unwittingly sending their location to Continue reading Google Tracks Customers’ Movements Through Their Android Phones Even When They Have Disabled The Function

Java Developers Aren’t Applying Security Patches, Report Finds

John K. Waters: Application security vendor Veracode has released the "2017 State of Software Security Report," and the results paint an unflattering picture of Java developers. An alarming 88 percent of Java applications contain at least one vulnerable component, the Continue reading Java Developers Aren’t Applying Security Patches, Report Finds

With WeWork And Flatiron School Merger, Coding Bootcamps Are Set To Proliferate

April Joyner: It’s been a rocky year for several coding schools. But Adam Enbar, the Flatiron School’s cofounder, believes now is the time to grow. This year hasn’t been the kindest to coding schools. Over the summer, two of them Continue reading With WeWork And Flatiron School Merger, Coding Bootcamps Are Set To Proliferate

Kaspersky Is Opening Its Code For Independent Review After Being Accused Of Spying For Russia

Gwyn D’Mello: After reports indicated cybersecurity company Kaspersky was using its anti-malware client to spy on US intelligence agencies for Russia, the company is now scrambling to prove its innocence on the international scene. Kaspersky Labs has just announced what Continue reading Kaspersky Is Opening Its Code For Independent Review After Being Accused Of Spying For Russia