As more and more consumers are opting to not install apps on their phones, new technology has to be made. Good apps that entice consumers to download them and replace precious space on their phone are costly to make and hard to get noticed. In response to this growing problem, many tech leaders have started developing chatbots and drumming up intrigue in the process.
During a Q2 announcement in 2015, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg explained that the social media platform was facilitating 1.5 billion searches each day. The numbers can vary from who is reporting them, but with an estimated average of 3.5 billion searches being performed each day on Google, Facebook’s search numbers looked very promising.
As the popularity of free drag-and-drop websites become more prevalent, the inherent dangers associated with them becomes more apparent. It was recently discovered the Wix platform, which boasts over 87 million users, was vulnerable to an XSS bug. Using this bug administrator accounts became vulnerable, potentially giving full control of the website to attackers.