Wednesday, February 1, 2017

What was I reading in January 2017?


- DCCP: The socket type you probably never heard of Anmol Sarma
- Top 50 vendors having highest number of CVE security vulnerabilities in 2016
- Russia Hysteria Infects WashPost Again: False Story About Hacking U.S. Electric Grid
- Guide to x86 Assembly
- The Hardware Hacker: Bunnie Huang's tour-de-force on hardware hacking reverse engineering China manufacturing innovation and biohacking
- The Guardian's Summary of Julian Assange's Interview Went Viral and Was Completely False
- In 2017, learn every language


- Adult Wednesday Addams - Season 1


- How Docker Makes All Linux Distros Look Alike - Container Journal


- Richard Feynman put himself on the FBI's Do Not Call list
- Rumors of Cmd's death have been greatly exaggerated
- What Every C Programmer Should Know About Undefined Behavior 2/3
- Easy 6502 by skilldrick
- Getting Past C
- The U.S. Government Thinks Thousands of Russian Hackers May Be Reading My Blog. They Aren't.


- Unsecure routers webcams prompt feds to sue D-Link
- The FBI says the Democratic Party wouldn t let agents see the hacked email servers


- Hackers unlock NES Classic upload new games via USB cable
- I m learning to code at 56. Here s an epic beat-down of my critical inner self.
- Open-Sourcing Our Incident Response Documentation - PagerDuty


- SipHash - a short input PRF


- DARPA Goes “Meta” with Machine Learning for Machine Learning


- Why language is not everything that Noam Chomsky said it is
- On the Impending Crypto Monoculture
- Calling Bullshit


- Microsoft slates end to security bulletins in February
- When Constant-Time Source Code May Not Save You
- Mastering Bash and Terminal
- Behind the Veil: A Peek at GNU Radio's Buffer Architecture - GNU Radio


- The Witch of Pungo Statue
- The Practice of Programming: 18 Years Later
- kilimchoi/engineering-blogs


- Amazon and Google fight crucial battle over voice recognition


- Five States Are Considering Bills to Legalize the 'Right to Repair' Electronics
- Why paper is the real 'killer app'
- High Priority Free Software Projects Free Software Foundation working together for free software
- Amazon Echo and Echo Dot update adds Computer wake word to help complete the Star Trek fantasy
- Google Voice gets its first big update in five years adds new UI and features


- Getting Started Building Desktop Apps with HTML5, CSS and JS


- Adafruit's ASK an ENGINEER - "bunnie" Edition

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