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Computer security experts are warning of a vulnerability that could be even more serious than “Heartbleed,” the havoc-wreaking bug that emerged in April 2014. It concerns Unix and Linux devices, as well as hardware running Max OS X.
Cyber Monday is coming, LoadStorm will help prepare clients for record sales this year. Albuquerque, N.M.
-- JMeter guru and founder of Loadosophia and JMeter-Plugins.org, Andrey Pokhilko, joins BlazeMeter's executive team -- SAN FRANCISCO, Sept.
Experitest's Manual2Automation Add-On upgrades manual mobile testing by converting manual testing scripts to automation scripts instantly. (PRWEB) September
Veracode, Parasoft, Red Lizard Software and GrammaTech Join Secure Decisions to Partner with the SWAMP to Improve Software Security and Continuous Software Assurance Practices Madison,
-- Joint BlazeMeter and New Relic customers now have access to even more analysis of real-time and historical performance testing data -- SAN FRANCISCO, Sept.
Tasktop unveils new Tricentis offering and Dr.
Fasoo, the leading data and application security company, plans to demonstrate how to defend against cyber-attacks with its application security testing tool. East
Customer Wins Drive Embedded Market Share in Aerospace, Automotive, Medical, Military, and Telecom Industries ITHACA, N.Y., Sept.
Open office suite leverages software-scanning service to find and fix more than 10,000 defects in fewer than two years MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Sept.
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