In two weeks of testing, the company has been unable to successfully access private keys with Heartbleed, suggesting the attack may not be possible at all.
CloudFlare is willing to put their research to the test in a pretty public way. Their service: https://www.cloudflarechallenge.com/heartbleed is unpatched and vulnerable. They're asking hackers and crackers from around the globe to try and compromise their private SSL key.
This will be interesting to see how this plays out.
If your ancestors came to the US in the late 1800s or early 1900s (or if you've talked to someone whose ancestors came then), you probably think of them this way: they came to the US with nothing but the clothes on their backs, worked hard in low-paying jobs, learned English, moved up the income ladder, and made sure their children could do just as well in life as anyone else's children.
But data from UCLA and Stanford researchers — with a big assist from Ancestry.com — shows the reality that many immigrants experienced might have been much more complicated, and much less in line with the American dream.
src: http://www.vox.com/2015/4/20/8445187/immigrants-history-poor h/t: Carlos Dnager
One of the reasons that Google operates differently than other companies is that we haven’t tried to wall off innovation to one particular department or project. Everyone is encouraged to look for new ways of doing things, and successful pilots are quickly scaled.
More at: http://www.slideshare.net/ericschmidt76/how-google-works-final-1
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