Tag Archives: PDF files

An open-source component used to display PDF files on WikiLeaks and other Websites contains vulnerabilities that could be exploited to launch cross-site scripting (XSS) and content spoofing attacks against visitors, according to an article just published in PCWorld. Named ...

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Google is responsible for some of the most important open source projects of our time. Chromium, the Google Web Toolkit and Android are just a few names that are synonymous with a company that began as an Internet search engine. ...

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How Today’s Businesses Use OCR Since it was first unleashed upon the world in the 1990s, OCR recognition has come a long way. OCR is better able to discern a variety of languages and symbols. It’s also capable of re-creating ...

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A paperless office is exactly as it sounds—an office without paper, relying instead upon digital documents in digital files. While the concept’s been around for a long time, the paperless office has been difficult if not impossible to achieve. Today, ...

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Foxit gives you the ability to create and edit PDFs in a way that other solutions just can’t match. And that can be very handy when you find yourself wishing for a little more functionality and ability to customize your ...

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