Joe Duffy's Blog | Adventures in the high-tech underbelly
Midori was built on a foundation of three kinds of safety: type, memory, and concurrency-safety. These safeties eliminated whole classes of bugs "by-construction" and delivered significant improvements in areas like reliability, security, and developer productivity. They also fundamentally allowed us to depend on the type system in new and powerful ways, to deliver new abstractions, perform novel compiler optimizations, and more. As I look back, the biggest contribution of our project was proof that an entire operating system and its ecosystem of services, applications, and libraries could indeed be written in safe code, without loss of performance, and with some quantum leaps forward in several important dimensions.
L'hébergeur français, effrayé par les conséquences que le projet de loi sur le renseignement fait peser sur ses clients, va se développer au Luxembourg. Altern.org et Eu.org ont fait part des mêmes intentions.
La loi sur le renseignement prévoit des algorithmes pour détecter les comportement suspects. Une « idéologie du big data » qui risque de nous pousser à nous autocensurer, prévient la chercheuse Antoinette Rouvroy.
Recently, Techdirt noted that the FBI may soon have permission to break into computers anywhere on the planet. It will come as no surprise to learn that the US's partner in crime, the UK, granted similar powers to its own intelligence services...
Suite à l’attaque informatique menée par des cyberterroristes se réclamant de l’État islamique dont a été victime TV5 Monde, le directeur informatique de la chaîne a reconnu que l'Agence nationale de sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI) avait signalé deux semaines plus tôt qu’un des serveurs avait été piraté....
Andreas Lubitz consulted with medical professionals about a vision issue that could have compounded psychological problems.
Serge FLEITH's insight:
"French investigators are working alongside their German counterparts in Düsseldorf, the official said. U.S. officials are also assisting from afar, since U.S. citizens died in the attack. The U.S. investigators have been particularly helpful in tracking down Lubitz’s trail on Facebook, since they have better access to the U.S.-based social network than their European counterparts."
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