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Month January 2023

Hermes, an Open Source Document Management System

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LII’s 2022 in Review

The Legal Information Institute welcomed more than 47 million unique visitors to our website in 2022, that’s five million more than last year and an increase of over 12%.  A lot of that increase can be attributed to the maturation… Continue Reading →

Stripper Web, a 20-year-old forum for sex workers, is shutting down. No one knows why.

There are some people on the internet who don’t want to be found. That seems to be the case for the elusive, mysterious owner of Stripperweb, a 20-year-old forum for exotic dancers and sex workers. With just one week of… Continue Reading →

Documate Rebrands As Gavel As It Expands Beyond Document Automation Into Providing A Platform for Building Online Legal Products

Documate, a company whose no-code automation platform is used by law firms and legal organizations to automate the creation of legal documents, is rebranding under a new name, Gavel, to better reflect its continuing expansion into serving as the platform… Continue Reading →

KeePass Disputes Vulnerability Allowing Stealthy Password Theft

The development team behind the open-source password management software KeePass is disputing what is described as a newly found vulnerability that allows attackers to stealthily export the entire database in plain text. BleepingComputer reports: KeePass is a very popular open-source… Continue Reading →

2023-01-31 01:57:36

This software blocks a huge range of the web including my blog, and apparently I’m supposed to modify my software to evade this idiocy? Link to original post from Teknoids NewsRead the original story

GitHub says hackers cloned code-signing certificates in breached repository

Enlarge GitHub said unknown intruders gained unauthorized access to some of its code repositories and stole code-signing certificates for two of its desktop applications: Desktop and Atom. Code-signing certificates place a cryptographic stamp on code to verify it was developed… Continue Reading →

A stunning realization

Having done it with FeedLand, I was starting to think how to wean Drummer off Twitter identity, and had a stunning realization — it may not be necessary, since (I believe, haven’t tested yet) it might be possible to host… Continue Reading →

Experiments with ChatGPT: Don’t Panic, the Robots Are Not Writing Your Students’ Legal Memos

[Note: Please welcome guest bloggers Jennifer Wondracek, Director of the Law Library, Professor of Legal Research & Writing at Capital University Law School, and Rebecca Rich, Assistant Dean for the Law Library and Technology Services, and Assistant Teaching Professor at… Continue Reading →

The “Build Your Own Redis” Book Is Completed

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