Direct download link: Episode 29.
This week Audrey and I chat about all the ways the Internet and your data are trying to kill you, including Cloudbleed, SHA-1 collisions, CloudPets, and Amazon S3. tldr; stay away from anything connected to the cloud! Just kidding, kinda…Enjoy!
CloudFlare / Cloudbleed
- Incident report on memory leak caused by Cloudflare parser bug
- Here Are The Passwords You Should Change Immediately – BuzzFeed News
- Cloudbleed: How to deal with it – Medium
Amazon S3 Outage
- Summary of the Amazon S3 Service Disruption in the Northern Virginia (US-EAST-1) Region
- That big Amazon S3 outage was caused by a typo, company admits / Boing Boing
- Creepy IoT teddy bear leaks >2 million parents’ and kids’ voice messages | Ars Technica
- Troy Hunt: Data from connected CloudPets teddy bears leaked and ransomed, exposing kids’ voice messages
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Call for contributors for Issue 8
Issue 8 will finish our second year1 of publishing! To celebrate, we’re going to do a wildcard (or *) theme. That means that if there’s something you’ve been waiting to share, this is the right time for it! Here’s a few ideas to get you started.
- how does the internet work?
- your favorite tools
- what you wish someone had told you before you started
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Issue 6: Data is shipping imminently!
Fabulous contents include:
- Mistakes Were Made: a Series of Unfortunate Data Events by Rachel Shadoan
- Digital Repositories, Data, and Us by Ann Cooper
- We Were Always Here: Absences at the Intersection of Identity and Data Collection by Valerie Collins and Nicole Contaxis
- Exploring an SQL Database by Amy Farrell
- Data Cleaning: a Necessary Chore by Serena Peruzzo
- All the News That’s Fit to Sync: on Journalism, Tech, and Open Source Communities by CJ Joulain
- The 1900 Paris Exposition
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