Month: April 2018
The LimeWire of today? Software hubs and caring what you share
We all had that friend back in the day, who’s PC was always infected with some sort of cancer due to their use of sharing hubs like LimeWire, BearShare, Kazaa, etc. And you always felt just a little bit superior for knowing where your software came from. Now, you are employed, professionaly. You are a […]
The naked cloud: elasticsearch is stretch but doesn’t cover security
Similar to the previous post, there are a lot of infrastructural components that support today’s modern fancy application stacks. One of them, Elasticsearch, is the example used in this post. Its a simple schema-less database that allows you to scale in and out, drop stuff in, and query later. Add a blob and some keys […]
The naked cloud: insecure by design (or, how you can’t push a rope)
An evolution is well underway in IT architectures. In the early days, the number of computers were small (and they were in special rooms with physical security). As applications moved out to smaller servers, they stayed in these data centres, and complex network rules (firewalls etc) were deployed to control access to the *machine*. Sets […]
On May 20, 1967 @ Falcon Lake, a UFO came by. One of the many that came to visit for Canada’s Centennial (another being the Shag Harbour one). And we’ve made a coin out of it! The Canadian mint wouldn’t make a coin out of it if it were not true?
Like network neutrality? Like John Oliver? Then you want to try this URL!
Want to comment on Network Neutrality? Too lazy to find the form? Well, here you go: http://gofccyourself.com Its a great URL! https://youtu.be/Lr-KULJBY60?t=281