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Google is killing Chrome apps on everything but ChromeOS.
So I built a thing on top of Electron that will let you run Chrome apps on any OS (without Chrome).

Run Vysor, directly from the Chrome store:
electron . --app-id=gidgenkbbabolejbgbpnhbimgjbffefm

It's open sauce.
Contribute to electron-chrome development by creating an account on GitHub.
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Bruce Schneier on the epiphany US companies have with respect to the NSA: They are not a friend, they are the enemy. He uses more words, and it not as direct, but the outcome is the same.
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How fast is it possible to make electrons go with electric fields? A technique that uses two lasers, one to excite electrons and another to probe the electrons' state has been refined to bring the light pulses into the femtosecond and attosecond ranges with wavelengths around 30 nanometers. They are looking for ways to develop electronics that switch at petahertz speeds.

"The fact that we could still see that effect even at petahertz excitation frequencies confirmed that the electrons could, indeed, be influenced at the speed limit of the laser field" "The dynamical interaction is also of fundamental interest as it appears in a regime that is neither dominated by quantum mechanical nor by classical light-matter interactions. This means that two kinds of physical effects simultaneously play a role: those in which light acts as energy quanta (photons), and those in which it is represented by a classical electromagnetic field."
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"Researchers are set to present new attacks against 64-bit ciphers that allow for the recovery of authentication cookies from 3DES-protected traffic in HTTPS and the recovery of usernames and passwords from OpenVPN traffic, which is secured by default by Blowfish."
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Capturing 0day Exploits with Control Flow Integrity Verification... nice usage of Performance Monitoring Unit (PMU) of modern CPUs to enforce control-flow integrity
As we discussed in an earlier post, most defenses focus on the post-exploitation stage of the attack, by which point it is too late and the attacker will always maintain the advantage. Instead of focusing on the post-exploitation stage, we leverage the enforcement of coarse-grained Control Flow Integrity (CFI) to enhance detection at the exploitation stage.
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Get #AndroidNougat and all of its sweet, new features on select #Nexus devices. Updates start rolling out today. http://goo.gl/FSNE8a
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Horrible monster who hates all good and proper Unix takes a look at the hackery that would be required to make a distributed system work well with sysvinit, decides "You know what? It's twenty fucking sixteen, I'll simply require systemd."

To crush your enemies, to see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their shitty shell scripts!
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I really hope sysV init is going to burn in hell together with most other broken things implemented in shell script in debian.

The basic problem being that the core linux user space is a whole lot slower to adapt than the kernel. The kernel got event based ages ago (because HW changed too) but user space is still not fully capable of dealing with it. The most depressing thing is that a few old timers still insist on keeping alive a system written for a static world, riddled with bugs and broken by design.
The only reason of hope is that with udev and systemd, linux user space is on the right way to fix all the broken mess.

Seems time for a more in depth elaboration, because after the second discussion this week on why systemd is not bad and should really be integrated sooner rather than later i certainly want this information to spread a bit more.
Holding back this discussion just to please the old timers is certainly the way of least resistance but it will have really ugly consequences for debian.
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In January, I had the fortune of being a keynote speaker at LCA2013. One of the tchotchkes I received from the conference organizers was a little USB memory stick. I thought it was a neat coincidence that I was in a factory that manufactured exactly such memory sticks about a week before the ...
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Our internet-scale, open source RPC framework is 1.0 and ready for production. Learn about updates to gRPC 1.0, like single-line installation and API stability: http://goo.gl/LQv8Dr
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A Concrete Introduction to Probability (using Python)
by Peter Norvig

"In this notebook, we cover the basics of probability theory, and show how to implement the theory in Python 3."

http://nbviewer.jupyter.org/url/norvig.com/ipython/Probability.ipynb
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  • Technische Universität Graz
    2012
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One of the best cocktails in graz
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Nach 20min haben wir immer noch auf die bestellten Getränke gewartet, die anderen Bewertungen stimmen also, absolut nicht zu empfehlen.
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