Weekend Reads 031723

Fujitsu’s Arm-based A64FX processor may have driven the most powerful supercomputer in the world, but it looks like its successor will be a more general-purpose chip that will focus on energy efficiency.

Hi everyone! In this article we’re going to take a look at the different rendering pattern options available nowadays for web applications.

Spurred by unprecedented unit pricing, the IPv4 market in North America experienced its second-best year ever in market history.

Getting a new technology out to consumers will usually require good people and boat loads of resources – including money. Generally, lots of money.

The Global Domain Report 2023 shows the domain industry is absorbing the shock waves, proving that the market is resilient and domains are solid assets for digitalization.

A proposed rule change at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) would expand the definition of a data breach for communications carriers. If approved by the agency, the rule would cover any incident that affects the confidentiality of customer information, even if no harm to customers results.

Threat actors with a connection to the Chinese government are infecting a widely used security appliance from SonicWall with malware that remains active even after the device receives firmware updates, researchers said.

Akamai has just mitigated a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack of epic proportions. While it was short-lived, it was very intense, and it most likely could have easily taken the target server offline.

While compatible with RDP connection and local desktop logins, they offer no protection to remote command line access tools like PsExec, Remote PowerShell and their likes.

Is the current arrangement of keys on the keyboard the most efficient and intuitive solution? Open source aims to address this question with a circular one-handed keyboard.

Software-defined WAN offers a lot of potential benefits including price, efficiency, and performance, but it’s not right for all sites.

But given the expansive capabilities of today’s technology, combined with how integrated it is in every aspect of our lives, there’s a danger of either purposefully or inadvertently collecting unnecessary and private data.

You may be wondering what folks mean when they talk about a [BGP Free Core], and also you may ask yourself why would I decide to retrofit this in our network.

To that end, three vendors have announced new capabilities in the high-speed networking game. So, let’s run them down.

Privacy experts can now rely on a new standard, the ISO/IEC 27559:2022 privacy-enhancing data deidentification framework, in an area that has been the subject of much discussion and development.