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GeneralRe: Cold call virus scams are still alive and well Pin
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GeneralRe: Cold call virus scams are still alive and well Pin
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NewsMaking the case for Perl Pin
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NewsMythical Man Month - The Cliff Notes Pin
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NewsThings I learnt reading C# specifications Pin
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NewsYAML and Remote Code Execution Pin
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YAML’s security risks are in no way limited to Rails or Ruby. YAML documents should be treated as executable code and firewalled accordingly. Deserializing arbitrary types is user-controlled, arbitrary code execution.
For the most part, you never want to accept YAML from the outside world.
NewsThe Framework Superclass Anti-Pattern Pin
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NewsSoftware Predicts Tomorrow’s News by Analyzing Today’s and Yesterday’s Pin
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NewsLeave Accessibility to the Experts Please Pin
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NewsA look inside the Final Fantasy VII game engine [pdf] Pin
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NewsHello Chrome, it’s Firefox calling! Pin
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NewsWhat to do about GNU? Pin
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NewsHow to Write Code That Embraces Change Pin
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NewsCore Rot at Apple Pin
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NewsOnline C++ compilers Pin
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NewsThe Sad Tale of Play To and Windows 8 Pin
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NewsThe End of the Web, Search, and Computer as We Know It Pin
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NewsHelp us out here: What's the POINT of Microsoft Office 2013? Pin
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