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Month March 2022

Okta: “We made a mistake” delaying the Lapsus$ hack disclosure

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HoiHman Race Rig & Rims showcase

Because i lost overview of all my post in the “Show your rig” topic and a lot of pictures where not working anymore, it’s time for my own topic. HoiHman Race Rig & Rims Showcase The purpose of this topic… Continue Reading →

Over a Dozen Researchers and Critics Respond To New York Times’ ‘Thinly-Veiled Cryptocurrency Ad’

Molly White: On March 20, 2022, the New York Times published a 14,000-word puff piece on cryptocurrencies, both online and as an entire section of the Sunday print edition. Though its author, Kevin Roose, wrote that it aimed to be… Continue Reading →

The Ars Technica guide to mechanical keyboards

Enlarge (credit: Aurich Lawson) So you’ve heard about mechanical keyboards and you want to learn more. Sure, a standard membrane keyboard will get the job done, but the long-lasting keys and trademark tactile responsiveness of mechanical keyboards offer a premium… Continue Reading →

Complaints Mount After GitHub Launches New Algorithmic Feed

GitHub has introduced a new feed into the dashboard of users and it doesn’t appear to have gone down well with the code shack’s regulars. The Register reports: As soon as the new feed arrived, replete with all kinds of… Continue Reading →

GameStop refused to pay $30 million bill from consulting firm, lawsuit says

Enlarge / GameStop branch in Munich, Germany on November 23, 2021. (credit: Getty Images | NurPhoto ) GameStop has refused to pay $30 million in fees to Boston Consulting Group (BCG), the consulting firm alleged in a lawsuit filed Tuesday…. Continue Reading →

Uber will list NYC taxis to combat driver shortage and high fares

If you can’t disrupt them, join them? Once poised to render the taxi system obsolete, Uber reached an agreement to list all New York City taxis on its app. Later this spring, New York City riders will be able to… Continue Reading →

Another State Adopts Duty of Technology Competence for Lawyers, Bringing Total to 40

It has been a year since I have reported on a state adopting the duty of technology competence for lawyers, but now there is another: Hawaiʻi, bringing the total number of states that have adopted the duty to 40. Effective… Continue Reading →

You can now buy a road-legal replica of Porsche’s mighty 917K racer

Enlarge / Yes, this 917 is wearing license plates. (credit: Icon Engineering) The UK is known for plenty of things, but it’s not all fish and chips and dodgy Russian oligarch money. It’s also surprisingly permissive when it comes to… Continue Reading →

How To Secure Nginx with Let’s Encrypt on Ubuntu 20.04

Securing a website running with Nginx as a web server can be done with Let’s Encrypt, and that is why we are writing this tutorial for you. Let’s Encrypt is a Certificate Authority that provides free TLS/SSL certificates valid for… Continue Reading →

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