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2018-11-07 | Stored XSS in Evernote for Windows, Matt Blaze is yelling about election security, and Arduino nitrox analyzer

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I propose a new rule: If you have an app in a store somewhere and your app update says "bug fixes and improvements", your app gets banned from the store until you actually put meaningful text in the update field.

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