Hungarian journalists and critics of Orbán were targeted with Pegasus — and Don’t Wanna Pay Ransom Gangs? Test Your Backups

 
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Papers every developer should read at least twice (2009)

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Our lawsuit against ChessBase

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My mindfulness practice led me to meltdown
 

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Your idea is brilliant, your idea is worthless (2016)

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Edward Snowden calls for spyware trade ban amid Pegasus revelations

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Baltimore Museum of Art will host an exhibition curated by the museum’s guards

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Under the skin of OnlyFans

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size_t-to-int vulnerability in Linux’s filesystem layer
 

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Linux 5.0 shown to boot on ESP32 processor

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We don’t use Kubernetes

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Square Banking

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Amazon.com’s Conditions of Use – Disputes now resolved by the courts

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Restaurant workers quit at record rate
 

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Software engineering research is a train wreck

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A GPIO Driver in Rust

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AlphaFold 2 is here: what’s behind the structure prediction miracle

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Blue Origin first human flight

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SQLite is 35% Faster Than The Filesystem (2017)
 

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