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Linus Torvalds reiterates his tabs-versus-spaces stance with a kernel trap

Enlarge / Cans of Tab diet soda on display in 2011. Tab was discontinued in 2020. There has never been a soda named "Spaces" that had a cult following. (credit: Getty Images) Anybody can contribute to the Linux kernel, but any person's commit suggestion can become the subject of the kernel's master and namesake, Linus...

Wed Apr 17, 2024 01:43
Attackers are pummeling networks around the world with millions of login attempts

Enlarge (credit: Matejmo | Getty Images) Cisco’s Talos security team is warning of a large-scale credential compromise campaign that’s indiscriminately assailing networks with login attempts aimed at gaining unauthorized access to VPN, SSH, and web application accounts. The login attempts use both generic usernames and...

Wed Apr 17, 2024 01:43
Bogus Botox poisoning outbreak spreads to 9 states, CDC says

A package of counterfeit Botox. (credit: FDA) At least 19 women across nine US states appear to have been poisoned by bogus injections of Botox, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported late Monday. Nine of the 19 cases—47 percent—were hospitalized and four—21 percent—were treated with botulinum anti-toxin....

Wed Apr 17, 2024 01:43
Studies reveal new clues to how tardigrades can survive intense radiation

Enlarge / SEM Micrograph of a tardigrade, more commonly known as a "water bear" or "moss piglet." (credit: Cultura RM Exclusive/Gregory S. Paulson/Getty Images) Since the 1960s, scientists have known that the tiny tardigrade can withstand very intense radiation blasts 1,000 times stronger than what most other animals could...

Wed Apr 17, 2024 00:43
ISPs can charge extra for fast gaming under FCC’s Internet rules, critics say

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | Yuichiro Chino) Some net neutrality proponents are worried that soon-to-be-approved Federal Communications Commission rules will allow harmful fast lanes because the plan doesn't explicitly ban "positive" discrimination. FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel's proposed rules for Internet service...

Wed Apr 17, 2024 00:43
So much for free speech on X; Musk confirms new users must soon pay to post

Enlarge (credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin / Contributor | FilmMagic) Elon Musk confirmed Monday that X (formerly Twitter) plans to start charging new users to post on the platform, TechCrunch reported. "Unfortunately, a small fee for new user write access is the only way to curb the relentless onslaught of bots," Musk wrote...

Wed Apr 17, 2024 00:43

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