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Apple insists it’s totally not doing that thing it wasn’t accused of: We’re not handing over Safari URLs to Tencent – just people’s IP addresses

Cupertino in China Syndrome meltdown Responding to concern that its Safari browser's defense against malicious websites may reveal the IP addresses of some users' devices to China-based Tencent, Apple insists that Safari doesn't reveal a different bit of information, the webpages Safari users visit.… Read more...Powered by WPeMatico

Presentation: How to Evolve Kubernetes Resource Management Model

Jiaying Zhang talks about the current Kubernetes resource model and best practice guidance on managing compute resources and specifying application resource requirements on Kubernetes. She discusses some work on extending the Kubernetes resource model to provide better resource isolation, support more diverse hardware, promote consistent application performance across different compute

Introducing Microsoft.Data.SqlClient

Continuing the effort to decouple Microsoft products from .NET Core itself, Microsoft is spinning off their SQL Server drivers into a separate deployment stream. This new package will be called Microsoft.Data.SqlClient and is intended to be a drop-in replacement for System.Data.SqlClient. By Jonathan Allen Read more...Powered by WPeMatico

Article: Q&A on the Book Real-World Bug Hunting

The book Real-World Bug Hunting by Peter Yaworski is a field guide to finding software vulnerabilities. It explains what ethical hacking is, explores common vulnerability types, explains how to find them, and provides suggestions for reporting bugs while getting paid for doing so. By Ben Linders, Peter Yaworski Read more...Powered by

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