30 Hacker News
https://news.ycombinator.com/MITM on HTTPS traffic in Kazakhstan TinyGo: New Go Compiler Based on LLVM Slug: Dynamic GPU Font Rendering and Advanced Text Layout Talk: An open-source commenting platform focused on better conversation HTTP Security Headers – A Complete Guide Front-end design, React, and a bridge over the great divide A Cold Take on IBM, Red Hat and Their Hybrid Cloud Hyperbole America’s urban rebirth is missing actual births Examples to compare OCR services: Amazon vs. Google vs. Microsoft What does an unprocessed RAW file look like? For a dentist, the narwhal’s smile is a mystery of evolution (2012) Open-sourcing CraftAssist for studying collaborative bots in Minecraft Design Patterns in Dynamic Programming (1996) [pdf] Investigating sources of PII used in Facebook’s targeted advertising [pdf] Google Glass May Have an Afterlife as a Device to Teach Autistic Children Building the New Twitter.com How I tried to compete with YouTube and Google with Livevideo.com AT&T to Face EFF Class Action for Selling Customers’ Location to Bounty Hunters At what time of day do famous programmers work? How I Could Have Hacked Any Instagram Account Dry Stone Walls – Principles of structurally sound construction (2018) How developers use API documentation: an observation study [pdf] Adventures Building a Self-Driving RC Car Abscissa: Security-oriented Rust application framework Symmetry Minute WeWork Co-Founder Has Cashed Out at Least $700M Via Sales, Loans Under pressure from regulators, Facebook is rethinking Libra's design The Apollo 11 Moon Landing: Spacecraft Design Then and Now More on DataSpii: How extensions hide their grabs and how they’re discovered Space law is inadequate for the boom in human activity there
30 heise online News
https://www.heise.de/rss/heise-atom.xmlKommentar: Elektromobilität – Pro und Contra Hybridantrieb Fusion von T-Mobile und Sprint: Angeblich Ultimatum der US-Regierung Erster LPDDR5-RAM für High-End-Smartphones ist schneller und sparsamer Vergleichstest: Drei Moniceiver mit Android Auto und Apple Carplay System File Checker: Microsoft bestätigt Windows-10-Bug nach Defender-Update Angelbird AV PRO SD V90: High-End SD-Karte für Profis Streaming: Eurosport gibt Bundesliga an DAZN ab Deep Reinforcement Learning: Huskarl verspricht schnelleres Prototyping G7-Wirtschaftsmächte nähern sich bei Steuern für Internetriesen an Xiaomi Mi A3: Einsteiger-Smartphone mit 48-Megapixel-Dreifachkamera Tollkühne Männer in ihren fliegenden Dosen: Die Apollo-Mondmissionen Microsoft: Upgrade von Windows 10 1803 auf 1903 und neue Installationsmedien Ryzen 3000 auf alten AM4-Mainboards: AMD bietet kostenloses Boot-Kit an Bundesbankchef Weidmann: Facebooks Libra-Währung kann für Bürger attraktiv sein Unsichtbare Verkehrszeichen für selbstfahrende Autos Microsoft: Staatliche Hacker attackierten 2018 fast 10.000 Kunden UMTS-Chips: EU verhängt Millionen-Strafe gegen Qualcomm Oberster Datenschützer warnt vor FaceApp Bundesregierung befürwortet breites Rabattverbot für Online-Apotheken Chinas Raumlabor Tiangong 2 soll über Südpazifik in der Atmosphäre verglühen Satellitennavigation: Galileo nach Ausfall wieder funktionsfähig Google sperrt Viagogo als Werbekunden aus Angreifer könnten Systeme mit Cisco Vision Dynamic Signage Director übernehmen Proxmox VE 6.0 mit aktuellem Ceph und neuen ZFS-Funktionen Machine Learning: ML.NET 1.2 erweitert die Funktionen für Vorhersagen Drupal: Entwickler fixen kritische Sicherheitslücke im CMS-Kern Google und Facebook tracken auch auf Sex-Websites Grünes Licht aus Brüssel: Vodafone darf Unitymedia übernehmen Datenschutz: US-Abgeordnete erhoffen sich mehr Hilfe vom Apple-Chef Indien: Neuer Anlauf zur Mondmission Chandrayaan-2 am Montag
https://www.reddit.com/r/technology/.rssAny form of threatening, harassing, or violence / physical harm towards anyone will result in a ban Got a tech question or want to discuss tech? Weekly /r/Technology Tech Support / General Discussion Thread Opinion: Don’t Regulate Facial Recognition. Ban It. | We are on the verge of a nightmare era of mass surveillance by the state and private companies. It's not too late to stop it. Locally Run ISPs Offer The Fastest Broadband In America - 6 out of the 10 fastest ISPs are either community run, or public/private partnerships. DEA tracked every opioid pill sold in the US. The data is out—and it’s horrific FaceApp's viral success proves we will never take our digital privacy seriously Facebook and Google track what porn you're watching, even when you're in incognito Victory: Oakland City Council Votes to Ban Government Use of Face Surveillance Middle East Dictators Buy Spy Tech From Company Linked to IBM and Google Kazakhstan government is now intercepting all HTTPS traffic | ZDNet Amazon Prime Day pricing glitch meant people bought thousands of dollars worth of camera gear for $94.50 Tech Billionaire Peter Thiel Says Elizabeth Warren Is "Dangerous;" Warren Responds: ‘Good’ – TechCrunch Apparent arson attack devastates Kyoto Animation anime studio with dozens confirmed dead Google and Facebook might be tracking your porn history, researchers warn A Bad Copyright Bill Moves Forward With No Serious Understanding of Its Dangers OneWeb’s low-Earth satellites hit 400Mbps and 32ms latency in new test Facebook and Google know what porn you're watching, even when you're in incognito FaceApp could face FBI, FTC investigations over security concerns This Bill Could Destroy Uber's Unsustainable Business Model: An unholy alliance of on-demand companies is desperately trying to stop a California bill from reclassifying their independent contractors as employees. Galileo GPS service is back, as Europe looks at what went wrong Panic over Russian company’s FaceApp is a sign of new distrust of the Internet The U.S. Army Is Working on 3D Printed Body Armor Viral App FaceApp Now Owns Access To More Than 150 Million People's Faces And Names Firefox to Warn When Saved Logins are Found in Data Breaches Is Huawei a Security Threat? Vietnam Isn’t Taking Any Chances
25 Open Source on Reddit
25 A forum for computer security professionals.
https://www.reddit.com/r/security/.rssBest “Security for the Less Tech/Security Savvy” resources r/security and r/cybersecurity: What's the difference, and what should they be? The oakland city council voted unanimously tuesday to ban the use of facial recognition by city departments, including police, making it the third city in the country to do so after san francisco. Two years after the wannacry outbreak shone a light on the computer security of the nhs it still has 2,300 pcs running xp, an outdated operating system. 1567114 - MITM on all HTTPS traffic in Kazakhstan My browser, the spy: How extensions slurped up browsing histories from 4M users Two years after promising to report all http-based web pages as insecure, mozilla is about to deliver. Mayors across the us have vowed not to pay ransomware Two months after the alarm sounded warning of a wannacry-level event, progress in patching exposed windows systems varies by country and industry. Feedback: 2FA Application Resistant to Phishing Cylance, I Kill You! (Skylight Cyber) Lawmakers, security pros advise public to use caution with faceapp. Citing privacy issues, germany just banned its schools from using microsoft office 365, google docs, and apple’s iwork cloud services. Master Password (unique pw manager) The transition to truly passwordless authentication is going to be a journey. all passwordless authentication is reliant on a password and username. Wireshark 3.0.3 is here. Recommendations for an Introduction to IT Security Training hackers breached bulgaria's national revenue agency â its own version of the irs â and emailed the personal data of five million citizens to local media. Security of banking automated response systems? hacker who stole 620 million records strikes again, stealing 127 million more – techcrunch Businesses Grow More Vulnerable to Email Attacks, Even with Improved Defenses More on DataSpii: How extensions hide their data grabs—and how they’re discovered Mozilla tell you if you account was found in data breaches. HTTP Security Headers - A Complete Guide Attacking SSL VPN - Part 1: PreAuth RCE on Palo Alto GlobalProtect, with Uber as Case Study!
30 New Scientist - Space
https://www.newscientist.com/subject/space/feed/content/Chinese space station Tiangong-2 is about to fall from space Internet joke plan to 'raid' Area 51 gets stern reply from US military Journal criticised for study claiming sun is causing global warming Mystery of universe’s expansion deepens with new cosmic calculation There aren’t enough space explosions to explain strange radio bursts Martin Parr's Laika and Soviet space dog kitsch collection - in photos Apollo 11 space mission: Diabolically hard practice got us to the moon Terraforming Mars with strange silica blanket could let plants thrive India’s moon mission Chandrayaan 2 delayed just before launch Something is seriously wrong with our understanding of the cosmos India is about to launch a lander and rover to the moon’s south pole Hayabusa 2 lands on distant asteroid and collects another sample Quiz: How good is your knowledge of the moon? Future moon missions probably won't carry astronauts - here's why Virgin Galactic to become the first publicly traded space travel firm 7 bizarre objects from the festival's worth of trash left on the moon Moon rocks can tell us where life could thrive beyond the solar system Jodrell Bank Observatory honoured with UNESCO World Heritage status Earth could have more water than we thought while exoplanets have less Exomoons that run away from their planets could become 'ploonets' A total solar eclipse just passed over Chile and Argentina The weirdest stars we've ever seen have astronomers utterly baffled Interstellar object 'Oumuamua almost definitely not aliens, we think Planet in triple-star system may be our best chance to find alien life NASA is sending a drone to fly around Titan looking for signs of life Mystery radio waves from space tracked to a surprising home galaxy Working hypothesis: from Raspberry Pi to abolishing time Unique chance to confirm methane spikes – and perhaps life – on Mars Don't miss: men on the moon, robots in orbit and museums in the street NASA is going back to the moon but most people in the US don't want to
22 /r/space: news, articles, images, videos, and discussion
https://www.reddit.com/r/space/.rssWeek of July 14, 2019 'All Space Questions' thread This website replays the Apollo 11 mission as it happened, 50 years ago. It consists entirely of historical material. Select whether to begin one minute before launch, or click "Now" to drop in exactly 50 years ago, to-the-second during the anniversary. This is what the Venera 14 Spacecraft recorded while entering Venus! Simulation of what Neil Armstrong saw as he flew and landed the LM taking manual control to avoid a crater. Elon Musk Told Us Why He Thinks We Can Land on the Moon in ‘Less Than 2 Years’ Buzz Aldrin: It's time to focus on the great migration of humankind to Mars This guy built model rockets based off the Falcon 9 in an attempt to have them land themselves. These are the attempts he’s done to date. My father worked at NASA in Houston from approx 1964-1973 to help develop heat shields for the Gemini and Apollo missions. Here’s some pics (I have more of the booklets if there are requests). More links in comments. Hawaii telescope protest shuts down 13 observatories on Mauna Kea Aurora illuminating the land below (OC based on EOL images, see comments) Vice President Pence to visit Kennedy Space Center for Apollo anniversary. Pence will also travel to SpaceX's pad 39A, which is where Saturn V launched from 50 years ago on July 16. The pad is now leased by SpaceX for Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy missions A space station is about to fall from the sky. The Chinese station Tiangong-2 is scheduled to drop out of orbit on 19 July and fall into the Pacific Ocean between New Zealand and Chile. SpaceX's Elon Musk says landing Starship on the Moon could be easier than convincing NASA FBI Declassified files on Tesla - making interplanetary communication device? Orbit of Gateway has been decided by NASA and ESA NASA and ESA Reach Critical Decision on How the First Lunar Outpost Will Orbit the Moon Purdue University Announces Cislunar Initiative to Develop Earth-Moon Economy How much value should we place on the opinions of Apollo era astronauts in regards to future manned-space missions? Space law is inadequate for the boom in human activity there - The law has big gaps. Who is liable for space debris? And is space mining even legal? Chandrayaan 2 to be Launched on July 22, Week After Aborted Attempt, Says ISRO Did Time Start at the Big Bang? Europe's Weeklong Galileo Satellite Outage Is Over—But Still Serves as a Warning
https://www.reddit.com/r/programming/.rssGoogle will now pay up to $30,000 for reporting a Chrome bug MITM on all HTTPS traffic in Kazakhstan We Need a Safer Systems Programming Language The entire Apollo 11 computer code that helped get us to the Moon is available on github. Pluralsight just released a free course on the code of the Apollo Guidance Computer. I made useful slides on machine learning, let me know what you think. Learning should be open for all Notes on a smaller Rust Google Formalizes Robots Exclusion Protocol in Effort to Make It an Internet Standard Operating a Large, Distributed System in a Reliable Way: Practices I Learned Kotlin wins Breakout Project of the Year award at OSCON ’19 USB Fuzzing: A USB Perspective How to design a voice user interface The RedMonk Programming Language Rankings: June 2019 Understanding Enough awk to Search Piles of Files and Text Idris 2 - Type-driven Development of Idris - Curry On 2019 - Edwin Brady Zoom Zero Day Followup: Getting the RCE Think in Math. Write in Code. A deep dive into Linux namespaces, part 3 KDevelop 5.3.3 released Using Jakarta Security on Tomcat Measuring the Perception of Latency with a Haptic Glove Dev Job With no Experience/Degree QA While chilling and coding Microsoft to explore using Rust | ZDNet What's coming in Python 3.8 Polyscope is a C++ viewer and user interface for the rapid prototyping and debugging of geometric algorithms in 3D geometry processing, scientific computing, and computer graphics/vision. The lofty objective of Polyscope is to offer a useful visual interface to your data via a single line of code.
27 PC Gaming
https://www.reddit.com/r/pcgaming/.rssTech Support and Basic Questions Thread - July 18, 2019 What Are You Playing Thread - July 16, 2019 [STEAM] Prey all edition is -80% off Next Halo: Reach PC test coming this month Apex Legends Will Make Cheaters Play Against Each Other Cyberpunk 2077 will have a 'hardcore mode' with no UI Tim Willits(Studio Director) is leaving id Software after 24 years at the company. His final appearance will be at Quakecon this year. PC passes PS4 to become Ubisoft's top revenue generator Previously undiscovered Fallout 4 easter egg pays homage to Hideo Kojima Fans mod soft shadows & missing cutscene effects in the PC version of Silent Hill 2 Microsoft will keep the 36 months $1 Ultimate Game Pass conversion officially for a limited time GORN has left Early Access I created this horror game based on my personal experience with child abuse. Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare 4K Gunfight Gameplay Valve may be working on a new game code-named Citadel Black Mesa: Mini Update The original Borderlands is free on Steam for the weekend Astroneer - Lunar Update Trailer Nvidia confirms there won't be a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti SUPER graphics card Gears 5 Versus Trailer - Arcade Explained Here are the PC graphics settings for Halo: The Master Chief Collection Gloomhaven has released on Steam (Early Access) ASRock Announces Custom Radeon RX 5700 Challenger Series Graphics Cards Has anyone here played Crusader: No Remorse and/or No Regret? Edge of Eternity: Chapter III has released Last chance to get Ion Fury before the price rises to $24.99 later today. GreedFall's developers want each part of their game to have a history of its own
20 Ars Technica
https://arstechnica.comMicrosoft closes fiscal 2019 with revenue spikes driven by cloud services Shkreli stays in jail; Infamous ex-pharma CEO quickly loses appeal As Russian “FaceApp” gobbles up user photos, Schumer asks FBI to investigate Facebook is backpedaling from its ambitious vision for Libra Top Gun: Maverick world premiere trailer: It’s not just F-18s this time Nigerian scammers slide into DMs, so Ars trolls them The Greatest Leap, part 3: The triumph and near-tragedy of the first Moon landing New trailer for IT Chapter Two ratchets up the horror Dealmaster: A handful of good Prime Day deals are still available today Dropbox silently installs new file manager app on users’ systems [Updated] Warming climate likely leading to larger California fires More on DataSpii: How extensions hide their data grabs—and how they’re discovered My browser, the spy: How extensions slurped up browsing histories from 4M users Microsoft warns 10,000 customers they’re targeted by nation-sponsored hackers Zombifying fungus bypasses the brain to make ants its puppets, study finds WHO declares Ebola outbreak an international emergency Painted-on salt provides glowing thermometer for tiny things DEA tracked every opioid pill sold in the US. The data is out—and it’s horrific Turkey crosses “red line,” gets booted from F-35 partnership Xiaomi’s Mi A3 brings stock Android, OLED display for €249
20 Science – Ars Technica
https://arstechnica.comShkreli stays in jail; Infamous ex-pharma CEO quickly loses appeal The Greatest Leap, part 3: The triumph and near-tragedy of the first Moon landing Warming climate likely leading to larger California fires Zombifying fungus bypasses the brain to make ants its puppets, study finds WHO declares Ebola outbreak an international emergency Painted-on salt provides glowing thermometer for tiny things DEA tracked every opioid pill sold in the US. The data is out—and it’s horrific New archaeological layer discovered at L’Anse aux Meadows The Greatest Leap, part 2: The 50/50 bet that won the Space Race for America NASA’s large SLS rocket unlikely to fly before at least late 2021 New research on Tunguska finds such events happen less often than we thought Losing yourself in virtual worlds can have good as well as negative effects Musk’s newest startup is venturing into a series of hard problems The Greatest Leap, part 1: How the Apollo fire propelled NASA to the Moon Brains scale better than CPUs. So Intel is building brains No exomoons yet, but we may have spotted a disk that will form them American kids would much rather be YouTubers than astronauts Measles is killing more people in the DRC than Ebola—and faster SpaceX nears completion of Dragon investigation, has a “good path forward” There’s a slight problem with Russia’s proposed Federation spacecraft
20 Gaming & Culture – Ars Technica
https://arstechnica.comTop Gun: Maverick world premiere trailer: It’s not just F-18s this time New trailer for IT Chapter Two ratchets up the horror War Stories: Designing Dead Cells was a marriage of man and machine Ford designs a pickup truck emoji, petitions Unicode Consortium New standard Switch model will improve battery life 40 to 80 percent Losing yourself in virtual worlds can have good as well as negative effects Apple celebrates Apollo 11 anniversary with a new peek at For All Mankind We’re getting a fourth Thor film, and Taika Waititi is directing it Nintendo deletes popular Mario Maker 2 level for unexplained reasons Minecraft Earth’s closed beta: This augmented reality needs more augmenting Lawrence of Arabia takes on Rasputin in first trailer for The King’s Man Why is there no smoking in Gears 5? It depends on who you ask Flay your mind: Stranger Things S3 just might be the show’s best season yet RetroArch will be Steam’s biggest emulation launch yet, coming July 30 Atari 2600 rarity Extra Terrestrials goes on sale for $90,000 Stranger Things 3, eps. 1-4: Hawkins, Indiana, will never be the same Want to be more creative? Playing Minecraft can help, new study finds Evidence points to another Switch hardware revision on the horizon Stuber review: The world’s worst Uber ride becomes pure popcorn comedy Lion King remake review: Roaring visuals, but the execution is a hairball
https://www.osnews.com/feed/This could be our first look at an Android-powered feature phone from Nokia Google claims to have cancelled its censored Chinese search engine project Zelda NES screen transitions are undefined behaviour Cities: Skylines is Turing complete To break Google’s monopoly on search, make its index public How US tech giants are helping to build China’s surveillance state 40 years later, lessons from the rise and quick decline of the first ‘killer app’ Pete’s QBasic site One player spent 10 years exploring every corner of Eve Online AmigaOS 220.127.116.11 released Debian 10 “buster” released Facebook’s $5 billion FTC fine is an embarrassing joke Microsoft discreetly drops ‘telemetry’ as part of larger ‘security cumulative update’ for Windows 7 The AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT and RX 5700 review Windows 10 20H1 build hints at old Microsoft Edge removal
12 Rock, Paper, Shotgun
https://www.rockpapershotgun.comOverwatch begins testing its game-changing Role Queue system Rebel Galaxy Outlaw plots a course for launch next month Former Fallout level designer shares what makes a good Easter Egg Tim Willits leaving Id Software after 24 years Gigabyte Aorus NVMe Gen 4 review: The first PCIe 4.0 SSD has arrived A Panel Shaped Screen: the confusing world of multimedia franchises Podcast: The best game cities, from Dunwall to Kamurocho Limbo is free for keepsies on the Epic Games Store right now Grand Theft Auto Online gets into the casino business next week Plants Vs. Zombies 3 announc- oh for… it's a chuffing mobile game Wot I Think: Etherborn Dustnet is a strange and wonderful dream of the last de_dust2 server