Netflix have had a pretty decent fall season this year. I’ve managed to find quite a few little nuggets to listen to or watch a little more active. Now, however, something has come up that I am really looking forward to, a reboot on the old classic series “Lost in Space”.
Now this is something I’m looking forward to with anticipation and joy. It seems that April 13th is the planned release date.
I found a little interesting story explaining how you no longer need to “hack” users to acquire personal information, you can just produce a somewhat successful App for Mac.
Apparently, there is a loophole allowing developers to write apps, sandboxed or not, that can access all screens connected to your mac and perform screen dumps at regular intervals which can be exfiltrated back to the developer. This is obviously a huge privacy and security issue or maybe it’s just “a feature”.
I did not dig into this further than drawing the conclusion that this is an interesting observation. Read more at Felix Krauses page.
“Protect the organization’s security posture by participating in business continuity planning, data loss, and fraud prevention by emphasizing risk of data loss“, “Remediate SOX and PCI gaps by locating PII and driving compliance practices towards regulations by reducing incidents caused by data loss” and “Facilitate and demonstrate ROI through ongoing monitoring and correlation of access control frameworks and standards”
While playing around with this I happened to find another page with a similar service though aimed at social media strategies:
The difference is not directly striking and on the front-end, nothing really stands out as different though after three months I have finally had time to sort out some settings.
There is now, as you are noticing if reading this in English, an alternative language available (Swedish or English). I managed to set up 2FA (two factor authentication) making the login a little bit more secure. I also managed to setup the tools needed to present code in a visibly appealing way. With these things sorted out there will hopefully be some content in the near future.