my self driving car just announced that my freeway exit is premium drm content that requires a software update, and it is waiting for wifi. i tried to play a cd i burned and the car gave me a copyright strike and replaced it with royalty-free elevator music. every time i want to check the speedometer i have to watch a commercial for liberty mutual. i'm eating cheetos from the racetrac and now the fingerprint reader doesn't recognize my input so the car has put me in guest user mode, adjusting the side mirrors and seat for a much shorter person. it keeps driving away in the middle of the night and coming back with lipstick stains on its side mirror
The Eta Aquarid meteor shower of 2021 peaks this week. Here's how to see it. http://dlvr.it/Ryz5bc
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> Attackers use buffer overflows to corrupt the execution stack of a web application. By sending carefully crafted input to a web application, an attacker can cause the web application to execute arbitrary code – effectively taking over the machine.
But now with FF 88 this option is ENABLED by default. Which means, if a PDF file contains JS it will run without any user interaction. What can possibly go wrong?
To disable this:
pdfjs.enableScripting --> false
# FF 78.10 ESR doesn't include this option and still blocks JS in PDFs by default. Just tested.
TIME=$(zenity --entry --title="Timer" --text="Enter a duration for the timer.\n\n Use 2s for 2 seconds, 2m for 2 minutes, or 2h for 2 hours."); sleep $TIME; zenity --info --title="Timer Complete" --text="Timer ended. \n$TIME went by. \nTime now: $(date | cut -d" " -f5)"
> Once we set up a system to react every time someone typed #Command+C (...) We were able to catalog every #copy command made on #StackOverflow over the course of two weeks, and here’s what we found.
> One out of every four users who visits a Stack Overflow question copies something within five minutes of hitting the page. That adds up to 40,623,987 copies across 7,305,042 posts and comments between March 26th and April 9th.
> SHARK ON IRISH SHORES: A basking shark, about 6m (20ft) in length, washed up on the rocks at Harbour View in West Cork, due to last night’s full moon. PhD graduate, Kate O'Mahony, is photographed taking pictures and recording details of the dead shark. Photograph: Andy Gibson
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