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Code.org hole gave access to volunteers’ email addresses

This couldn’t happen to your kid who did the Hour of Code, promises CEO

Code.org, the not-for-profit attempting to teach the world to code in perfect harmony, has ‘fessed up to a flaw on its site that exposed volunteers’ email addresses.…

Posted On: 14 Mar 2016

Code.org hole gave access to volunteers’ email addresses

This couldn’t happen to your kid who did the Hour of Code, promises CEO

Code.org, the not-for-profit attempting to teach the world to code in perfect harmony, has ‘fessed up to a flaw on its site that exposed volunteers’ email addresses.…

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Microsoft stops accepting Bitcoin in Windows Store

In 2014, Redmond reckoned Bitcoin was the future. It once also said that about Zune

Back in November 2014 Microsoft announced that it had struck a deal with an outfit called Bitpay that would let it accept Bitcoin in the Windows Store.…

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Microsoft stops accepting Bitcoin in Windows Store

In 2014, Redmond reckoned Bitcoin was the future. It once also said that about Zune

Back in November 2014 Microsoft announced that it had struck a deal with an outfit called Bitpay that would let it accept Bitcoin in the Windows Store.…

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Auto vulnerability scanners turn up mostly false positives

And they’re still cheaper than looking for attacks manually

Nullcon Automated vulnerability scanners turn up mostly false positives, but even the wild goose chase that results can be cheaper for businesses than manual processes, according to NCC Group security engineer Clint Gibler.…

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