The View from Aristeia: The Errata Evaluation Problem
As you may know, I retired from active involvement in C++ at the end of 2015, and in the ensuing two and a half years, I’ve forgotten enough details of the language that I am no longer able to properly evaluate bug reports regarding the technical aspects of my books. C++ is a large, intricate language with features that interact in complex and subtle ways, and I no longer trust myself to keep all the relevant facts in mind. As a result, all I can do is thank you for your bug report, because I no longer plan to update my books to incorporate technical corrections. Lacking the ability to fairly evaluate whether a bug report is valid, I think this is the only responsible course of action.
interesting  source_auditing 
18 days ago
How I used a simple Google query to mine passwords from dozens of public Trello boards
Update —17 August 2018:
In the recent months I had discovered a total of 50 Trello Boards of the British and Canadian governments containing internal confidential information and credentials. The Intercept wrote a detailed article about it here.
security  osint 
4 weeks ago
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