Moses returns to the show to discuss his background in technology and security (which is eerily similar to Paul’s!). The crew then got into a deep discussion of the history of many different technologies (Solaris Firewalls, IDS, Java and more!). Moses talked at length about serialization bugs in both PHP and Java. Then we dove […]
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Beware the latest arrival on the ransomware scene: Zepto. We tell you what to look for, and what you can do.
Just when you thought it was safe to delve into your clipboard.
WordPress upgraded to 4.3.1, patching a pair of vulnerabilities in the core engine, including a cross-site scripting issue enabled by a vulnerability in shortcodes.
Open Source is the Future of the computer science world!
On Wednesday, the popular coding website GitHub shared a graph that gives a closer look at the popularity of different programming languages used on its code sharing website that lets anyone edit, store, and collaborate on software code.
Since its launch in 2008, GitHub saw various programming languages picking up momentum, as
A Finnish researcher has disclosed details on an unpatched stored cross-site scripting vulnerability in the WordPress core engine.
Burning Man says it will cancel festival tickets purchased by approximately 200 individuals who managed to use a flaw in the ticketing website to jump ahead of the line.