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2018-10-29 | IBM buys Red Hat for $34 billion, Prototype pollution attack, and When the NSA calls after midnight
Monday, October 29
IBM did some early holiday shopping: Buying Red Hat for $34 billion in the largest open-source acquisition ever and per CNBC is “by far” IBM’s largest deal ever. Red Hat will continue to operate as an independent unit per the statement on Red Hat’s site.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Unsure if a response is being cached? If it has a Set-Cookie header, request it twice and see if the header disappears in the second response. - @albinowax
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
HolyVieR’s slides and paper for presentation at Northsec on prototype pollution attack.
When the NSA calls after midnight. Entertaining read.
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