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blog post in No Food for Thought Car thieves are bad, but much wiser than car makers Thieves have a new way to steal cars. A method for clean thefts, served on a silver platter by car manufacturers who sell cars equipped with key fobs instead of traditional keys, [https://www.cbc.ca/n
blog post in No Food for Thought EU-FOSSA 2 ends The European Union's second FOSSA project has ended with incredible results. EU-FOSSA undoubtedly made free software w
blog post in No Food for Thought FOSS Security, and Transparency at the Linux Foundation In December, the Linux Foundation released a report on its 2020 FOSS Contributor Survey . The most important an
blog post in No Food for Thought Heartbleed no more - EU-FOSSA budget doubled In early 2016, [http://philippecloutier.com/blogpost37-Issues-using-GNU-Linux-as-a-desktop-PC|I expressed some satisfaction and a touch of pride regarding the multi-million USD ''Core Infrastructure I
blog post in No Food for Thought Kryptonite Kryptolok Series 2 Standard Bicycle U-Lock Review I bought this U-lock last year to upgrade from a flexible cable lock. I expected the lock would be heavier, but I didn't expect s
blog post in No Food for Thought Log4Shell and OpenSSF Heartbleed was more than 7 years ago. This year, the new Heartbleed is Log4Shell , which is in no way less severe than Heartbleed. I lost several hours of work due to
blog post in No Food for Thought Open Source Security Foundation A couple of months ago, when writing about the end of EU-FOSSA 2 , I criticized its reactionary nature. Just like [http://www.philippeclout
blog post in No Food for Thought The Cost of Security As a follow-up to The cost of quality , which focused on translation, here's the part about security. Security too c
blog post in No Food for Thought The Costs of Insecurity, The Costs of Fragmentation A 1 million $ theft is the latest reminder of how easy social engineering remains, even

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