Cloudflare explains how it managed to break the internet [Wed Jun 22 2022]

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Cloudflare explains how it managed to break the internet

Cloudflare explains how it managed to break the internet

'Network engineers walked over each other's changes'

 
 

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Cloudflare explains how it managed to break the internet

'Network engineers walked over each other's changes'

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HashiCorp tool sniffs out configuration drift

OK, which of those engineers tweaked the settings? When infrastructure shifts away from state defined by original code

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End of the road for biz living off free G Suite legacy edition

Firms accustomed to freebies miffed that web giant's largess doesn't last

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Top chip foundries grow amid electronics spending slowdown. Except Samsung

Chaebol hit by lower demand for smartphones and TVs plus 4nm yield issues

Toyota wants 'closed loop' EV batteries in its future cars

Automaker wants to develop recycling, remanufacturing processes

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Lenovo, Barcelona Supercomputing Center sign joint research deal

Collab to 'generate significant returns' for Europe in science, tech, economy

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AMD refreshes Ryzen Embedded line with R2000 series

The target? Thin clients and industrial devices – with new SoC family running up to 4 independent displays

Investors start betting against Bitcoin with short-trade products

Some crypto-bros keep the faith in the face of market onslaught

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Micron aims 1.5TB microSD card at video surveillance market

Ideal for corporate fleet dash cameras, smart home security, police bodycams, VSaaS and more, says chip giant

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Linux Foundation thinks it can get you interested in smartNICs

Step one: Make them easier to program

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Google, EFF back Cloudflare in row over pirate streams

Ban akin to 'ordering a telephone company to prevent a person from having conversations' over its lines

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Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio: Too edgy for comfort?

And perhaps too heavy, which is a weighty issue for a machine that turns into a tablet

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Info on 1.5m people stolen from US bank in cyberattack

Time to rethink that cybersecurity strategy?

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1Password's Insights tool to help admins monitor users' security practices

Find the clown who chose 'password' as a password and make things right

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A great day for non-robots: iOS 16 will bypass CAPTCHAs

A bot says what? Apple relies on IETF standards to remove annoyance, citing privacy and accessibility

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How refactoring code in Safari's WebKit resurrected 'zombie' security bug

Fixed in 2013, reinstated in 2016, exploited in the wild this year

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CISA and friends raise alarm on critical flaws in industrial equipment, infrastructure

Nearly 60 holes found affecting 'more than 30,000' machines worldwide

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Samsung invests in ML chip startup NeuReality

Coining the term hardware-based 'AI hypervisor' has to be worth several million, dontcha think?

Microsoft promises to tighten access to AI it now deems too risky for some devs

Deep-fake voices, face recognition, emotion, age and gender prediction ... A toolbox of theoretical tech tyranny

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For a few days earlier this year, rogue GitHub apps could have hijacked countless repos

A bit of a near-hit for the software engineering world

GitHub's AI code assistant Copilot takes flight. And that'll be $10 a month, please

You wanna bug fix and chill?

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RISC OS: 35-year-old original Arm operating system is alive and well

1980s refugee, open source, and runs on modern kit

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Microsoft pulls Windows 10/11 installation websites in Russia

Big Tech sanctions continue to roll in, Putin retaliates with counter sanctions

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UK's Post Office shells out for SAP software it thought it had

'Significantly under-licenced' but didn't factor in Customer Success Manager when dealing with reseller

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AWS buys before it tries with quantum networking center

Fundamental problems of qubit physics aside, the cloud giant thinks it can help

Tesla lawsuit alleges unlawful layoffs at Nevada gigafactory

It's the second time a Musk-owned company has been accused of WARN Act violations

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NASA tricks Artemis launch computer by masking data showing a leak

Plus it aborts ISS reboost. Not the greatest start to the week, was it?

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