However, it appears that at least some people had a chance to grab the code before it was taken down. Security researchers appeared to be sharing the source material among each other. You might not see an in-the-wild exploit as a result, but this could lead to the discovery of vulnerabilities that Snap hasn’t patched with subsequent updates. Whatever happens, this probably isn’t what Snap wanted to deal with on top of its other challenges.
This is a big business, with the firm saying its e-commerce earnings have almost doubled in the past three years. L’Oreal bought beauty-tech company Modiface in March, and the company’s tech powers a number of beauty apps, including AR mirrors that superimpose makeup on your face in realtime. Samsung even made a big deal about […]
The owner of the nation’s oldest nuclear power plant says it will cost $1.4 billion and take 60 years to shut down a site due to close in October. A subsidiary of Chicago-based Exelon Corp. recently filed its plan for the Oyster Creek plant. It will now be reviewed by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, which […]
Reportedly, the company also swapped showrunners for Steven Spielberg’s Amazing Stories anthology series after finding the initial premise “a little dark.” It thought a Dr. Dre show was too violent, as well. Apple had even discussed producing edgier shows at one point, including a Keanu Reeves show about a hit man (shades of John Wick?) […]