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.
A U.S. judge who held a hearing about climate change that received widespread attention ruled Monday that Congress and the president were best suited to address the contribution of fossil fuels to global warming, throwing out lawsuits that sought to hold big oil companies liable for the Earth’s changing environment. Noting that the world has […]
The disparity, and the single chart’s failure to keep up, has meant that global smash hits like, say, Gangnam Style or Despacito have never been marked as such. Until now, if a song had a hundred million YouTube views but only five streams or purchases, it would be deemed a flop. But, similar to how […]
Yesterday, Microsoft made it official that they are bidding bye to EdgeHTML and will redesign a Chromium-based Edge browser. Chromium is an open source web browser project initiated by Google. Microsoft’s shift to Google’s open source platform has been described as bad by Mozilla. In an official blog post titled, “Goodbye, EdgeHTML,” Mozilla has criticized Microsoft’s […]