Last year, we gave you a chance to see a day in the life of an Opera employee. A few months ago, we changed our location and got a new office. We now present to you a sneak peek into Opera's new office life. Enjoy
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Staying secure on the web today is important, and choosing the most secure web browser is even more important. Much of today's malicious software is spread via the web, or has a web-based component. Here at Opera we take security seriously, and we have many features built-in to help you stay secure on the web.
The website NakedSecurity asks: If one of your friends or family had suffered a computer security problem, what browser would you recommend that they use?
If you think Opera's the best choice, then we'd appreciate if you could give us your vote. Simply click on the image below to vote on their website.
Opera 12.02 has just been released to address some important security issues.
In that regard we would like to give you a tip regarding a new Java vulnerability that was announced. It only affects Java 7;Java 6 or older is not affected. What's the best way to handle this for yourself in Opera? One solution is to activate the click-to-play for all plug-ins. From the main Opera menu, go to Settings -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Content, and click on Enable plug-ins. (See below.) This will also disable Flash, meaning you won't be able to watch videos, but on the other hand this should keep you safe until the Java problem is fixed.
Update: Sun has now updated Java 7, you should update as soon as possible!
Now, let's get those downloads going! Free, fast and available right here!
People say that working at Opera makes you see the world a bit differently. Sometimes that may be the case. But once in a while, we can't help but pick up on amazing coincidences, such as this Starwoods hotel that looks the Opera Next icon come to life!
Have you ever seen the Opera logo in the wild? Share your pictures with us!
Quite a few of our Twitter friends in Indonesia regularly tweet to us about a TV show called Opera Van Java, or OVJ for short.
Being fans of gamelan already, we decided to check it out. Unfortunately, since none of us here in Oslo speak Bahasa Indonesia, we were a little bit lost.
Here's where we you can help us out. Are any of you in Indonesia fans of the show? How would the Opera browser fit into an episode of Opera Van Java?
Give us your ideas in the comments!