Weekend Reads 063023

Enterprises can use multiple DNS providers to serve their zone. This increases the reliability of the service and will likely help them to keep their zone available if one provider is suffering from a critical failure.

According to the Astrix Security Research Group, mid size organizations already have, on average, 54 Generative-AI integrations to core systems like Slack, GitHub and Google Workspace and this number is only expected to grow.

With browser fingerprinting, many pieces of data can be collected about a user’s web browser and device, such as screen resolution, location, language, and operating system. When you stitch these pieces together, they reveal a unique combination of information that forms every user’s visitor ID or “digital fingerprint.

John Goodenough, who shared the 2019 Nobel Prize in chemistry for his work developing the lithium-ion battery that transformed technology with rechargeable power for devices ranging from cellphones, computers, and pacemakers to electric cars, has died at 100, the University of Texas announced Monday.

Microsoft has been increasingly moving Windows to the cloud on the commercial side with Windows 365, but the software giant also wants to do the same for consumers

Moonlighter, a foot-long toaster-sized CubeSat, is designed for hacking contests like Hack-A-Sat. It lacks propulsion for safety.

PCIexpress 7, or PCIe 7, is the next (next) generation of PCI Express technology that will increase the available bandwidth for all add-in cards on your desktop PC.

The idea behind the document is to outline ‘good’ ways of verifying domains using the DNS.

Different forms of DNS rebinding attacks have been described as far back as 1996 for Java Applets and 2002 for JavaScript (Quick-Swap).

In the world of artificial intelligence (AI), where compute performance often steals the spotlight, there’s an unsung hero working tirelessly behind the scenes. It’s something that connects the dots and propels AI platforms to new frontiers.

The FDA is mandating that all medical devices running software must create and maintain a software bill of materials (SBOM) and will start enforcing that rule on Oct. 1, 2023.

At the same time, European regulators have started positioning themselves to become the AI rulebook enforcer, with data protection authorities particularly active.