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#Chrome cumple 10 años y lo celebra con sorpresas

El popular navegador de Google, Chrome, acaba de soplar una tarta con 10 velas. El 1 de septiembre de 2008 la compañía anunciaba oficialmente a través de su blog el nacimiento de su nuevo navegador “diseñado específicamente para aplicaciones Web complejas”.

El navegador se lanzó inicialmente como una aplicación beta para Windows y un año después, en 2009, dio el salto a Linux y MacOS. Google Chrome, que actualmente es el navegador más utilizado del mundo con una cuota del mercado de navegadores del 60 por ciento, ganó parte de su éxito gracias a la idea de sandboxing. Read more

Cómo hacer tu estrategia de content marketing

En el post de hoy aprenderás qué significa content marketing, que es su nombre en inglés, y de paso aprenderás a hacer tu propia estrategia para tus proyectos. Personalmente me encantan los contenidos digitales y los he trabajado mucho en los últimos años así que creo que te va a gustar el artículo ¡Empezamos!

marketing de contenidos

¡Aprende qué es el marketing de contenidos y cómo aplicarlo!

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And what is the best time to publish posts on social networks?

Publish posts on social networks automatically without a doubt offers great benefits, however it is also essential that you know what is the best time to share posts on social networks. This requires a demographic research through the use of tools such as Google Analytics, to know where your target audience comes from and focus posts based on their time zones. Read more


Who said that the selfies photos we posted of ourselves on social media have nothing to do with our desire to scale economically? Well, maybe I would not have imagined it at first, but according to a study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, which analyzed the sexualization of women in social media, the practice has nothing to do with the gender inequality or with female competitiveness. Read more


Researchers demoed a recently discovered exploit in macOS that allows malware to be remotely installed on a target machine through the use of custom URL handlers in Safari.

The WINDSHIFT APT deals largely with “Do you want to allow” popups familiar to any macOS user, explains security researcher Patrick Wardle. These document handlers are frequently seen in use when clicking on an App Store link or PDF, which asks users for permission before opening the link or file in a registered app like the Mac App Store or Preview.

Custom URL handlers, and similarly document handlers, are basically a way for an application to notify the OS they are able to handle certain document types. For example, VLC advertises the ability to accept many different video formats, while Preview does the same for a wide array of different file types.

It is through these handlers that the exploit exists.

Wardle gives an excellent in-depth explanation that many developers will appreciate, but the basic method for this exploit is as follows.

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