Posts Tagged ‘web browser’

How Do I Test Website in A Screen Reader?

 

The best way to understand the experience of visiting your site with a screen reader is to try it out for yourself; however, the most popular and well-known screen reader in use today, JAWS, is expensive (though a demonstration version exists that will run for 40 minutes) and entails a steep learning curve. What other […]

Website Accessibility and CSS (2)

 

This is more a short checklist—rather than a hard and fast solution: Check Color Contrasts Take care to check the contrast of text against background colors. For users with any kind of visual impairment a low contrast between the text and the background can make the text very hard to read. You should also consider […]

Website Accessibility and CSS

 

The accessibility of your site involves more than just considering the users of screen readers. The design choices you make will impact users with a range of issues; for example, older people with poor eyesight, people with dyslexia, and those who are unable to use a mouse because of a physical disability.

Chrome and Firefox could not be Penetrated!

 

In the previous article, we have discussed the success of hackers in Pwn2Own cracked the security of two well known browsers: Safari 5 and Internet Explorer 8. As a result, on the other hand, a browser made ??by Google and Chrome 9 Mozilla Firefox 3.6 could not be penetrated.

Safari 5 and IE 8 could be Hacked-2

 

For the IE8, it could be hacked by Ireland Stephen Fewer. He successfully broke through the browser that runs on 64 bit versions of Windows 7. In order to penetrate the security system IE8, Fewer found three main weaknesses. Two of them were already anticipated from the beginning to exploit. With two weaknesses through it, […]

Safari 5 and IE 8 could be Hacked-1

 

It was unpredictable that Apple’s Safari 5 browser and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 8 could be hacked on the first day Pwn2Own contest that was held as part of the CanSecWest security technology conference in Vancouver, Canada, 9-11 March 2011.

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