Imagine that, one day, you find your body unwilling to co-operate with your demands. You may lose the ability to walk, or to speak clearly. It is a gradual process that may be only mildly concerning because the symptoms come and go, sometimes for months. Then, one day, multiple sclerosis sets in and the damage is done. There is no cure.
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Cyber crime has really come a long way in the past few decades. It has evolved from “hackers”(the bad kind) merely taking advantage of software exploits and social engineering for personal gain to such James Bondsian exploits as:
Cross-site scripting, SQL injections, and cross-site request forgery are a top threat on the web
Redirecting traffic from legitimate web pages to identical copies meant to deliver software rendering attackers complete control of computers remotely
Zero-day exploits for web services (such as email) going on sale to the highest bidder
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We met with a whole bunch of people at the recent DevNation Gluster hackathon, but Louis was the only one wearing a fedora. After awarding him bonus points, we sat down and talked about his project to bridge Gluster with Java.
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The next interview we held at the DevNation Hackathon in San Francisco is with James Shubin.
Who are you?
I’m James Shubin, a configuration management architect in the systems engineering group at Red Hat. Before that, I was a “random hacker” who started using GlusterFS before the acquisition by Red Hat. I also write a technical blog named The Technical Blog of James.
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