Fighting FOIT and FOUT Together

By Chris Coyier On December 19, 2018 font loading, font-display, perceived performance, performance Lots from Divya with the setup: There are 2 kinds of problems that can arise when using webfonts; Flash of invisible text (FOIT) and Flash of Unstyled Text (FOUT) … If we were to compare them, FOUT is of course the lesser […]

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Google Fonts and font-display

By Chris Coyier On December 19, 2018 font loading, font-display, google fonts The font-display descriptor in @font-face blocks is really great. It goes a long way, all by itself, for improving the perceived performance of web font loading. Loading web fonts is tricky stuff and having a tool like this that works as well as […]

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When to Use Old Code

COBOL is a programming language that was originally designed in 1959, an era that many people might think of as being “before computers”. That’s not true, of course; they just didn’t have computers at home. The language is still being used by some businesses on giant mainframe computers. It’s a bit like Linux: people interact […]

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McAfee Labs Threats Report Examines Cybercriminal Underground, IoT Malware, Other Threats

The McAfee Advanced Threat Research team today published the McAfee® Labs Threats Report, December 2018. In this edition, we highlight the notable investigative research and trends in threats statistics and observations gathered by the McAfee Advanced Threat Research and McAfee Labs teams in Q3 of 2018. We are very excited to present to you new […]

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When Cryptocurrency Falls, What Happens to Cryptominers?

The fall of cryptocurrency’s value doesn’t signify an end to cryptomining, but attackers may be more particular about when they use it. Cryptocurrency has begun to lose its value, prompting financially motivated cybercriminals to rethink their attack strategies as the payoff for cryptojacking declines. Cybercriminals go where the money is, and in 2018 the money […]

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A Chief Security Concern for Executive Teams

Virtually all companies like to say they take their customers’ privacy and security seriously, make it a top priority, blah blah. But you’d be forgiven if you couldn’t tell this by studying the executive leadership page of each company’s Web site. That’s because very few of the world’s biggest companies list any security executives in […]

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Ease-y Breezy: A Primer on Easing Functions

By Pavithra Kodmad On December 18, 2018 animations, easing During the past few months, I’ve been actively teaching myself how to draw and animate SVG shapes. I’ve been using CSS transitions, as well as tools like D3.js, react-motion and GSAP, to create my animations. One thing about animations in general and the documentation these and […]

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McAfee Named a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Enterprise Data Loss Prevention

I am excited to announce that McAfee has been recognized as a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Enterprise Data Loss Prevention. I believe our position as a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Enterprise Data Loss Prevention is a testament that our device-to-cloud DLP integration of enterprise products helps our customers stay […]

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