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2018-11-07 | Stored XSS in Evernote for Windows, Matt Blaze is yelling about election security, and Arduino nitrox analyzer
Wednesday, November 7
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Matt Blaze is yelling about election security (and so should you)
Traffic misdirection by Chinese Telcoms. Oracle researcher Doug Madory reviews his experiences in 2017 attempting to stop it
Underwater hacking diving: 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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