Monday, November 28
- Private data for 5.4 million Twitter users has been leaked online. (Bleeping Computer)
Twitter had a bug - fixed back in January - that let you look up a phone number or email address and get the corresponding account, if one existed. Patient hackers crawled their way through millions of numbers and addresses - probably stolen from somewhere else - to match them up, and then offered it all up for sale for $30k.
Now it's apparently available for free.
- The CBC tried to get Libs of TikTok banned from Shopify (it's a Canadian company).
The CEO told them, very politely - he's Canadian - to shove it.
And then blocked them.
- When they said the compiler could make monkeys fly out of your butt, they meant it. (PKH)
Integer overflow in C is undefined behaviour. That means that if you put a check in your code to catch that a value has overflowed and fix the problem, the compiler is entirely within the C standard if it removes your check and then crashes when the value overflows.
Use a real language.
Posted by: Rick C at Tuesday, November 29 2022 10:08 AM (kbV78)
I am failing.
This is the compiler's fault.
Posted by: normal at Tuesday, November 29 2022 10:46 AM (obo9H)
Posted by: Rick C at Tuesday, November 29 2022 12:40 PM (BMUHC)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Tuesday, November 29 2022 12:49 PM (PiXy!)
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