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D: “Did the attackers exfiltrate any data?”
M: “I can’t say for sure, but most likely based on—”
D: “—but did you find any undeniable evidence of it?”
M: “Keep in mind that the absence of evidence isn’t necessarily evidence of absence. There was very limited logging to begin with and the attacker erased artifacts and logs.”
D: “If there’s no evidence, then there was no exfiltration.”
M: “If a business doesn’t have cameras on its front door and then gets robbed, it can’t claim there was no robbery just because they didn’t video-record it.”
D: “That’s a poor analogy. Nothing’s missing here. I couldn’t care less if a robber made a *copy* of my money. That isn’t robbery.”
M: “... If the Titanic really hit an iceberg, then how come no pieces of an iceberg were ever found in the wreckage?”7
"In fact, 97% of the code in a modern web application comes from npm. An individual developer is responsible only for the final 3% that makes their application unique and useful."
😄 3%? haha
npm report 2018
- My client on regular day.
U can manage your tasks by your own. App looks stable and you are doing well.
- Same client when I'm on Vacation
This thing is not working, that thing is not working. This is do or die situation for us. you have to cancel your vacation plans.
- Same client after I come back from vacation in which I wasted precious hours of my vacation time and fixed all the bugs.
I didn't release your changes yet coz I wanted to release it together with you. I was like "THEN WHY THE FUCK YOU RUINED MY VACATION" -_-2
Joker: If you are good at something don’t do it for free
Me: (thinking) How much shall I charge to introduce bugs into someone’s code? 🤣1
Finally paid for a proper VPN
American Netflix is so much better than Canada's omg they have everything7
Windows notepad is starting to get really freaky features.
It will actually show an asterisk in the title bar if you have unsaved changes. So now you won't have to spam Ctrl-S a hundred times more often than you do anyway.
"Modified indicator: Notepad will now show an asterisk (*) in the title bar before the title of a document to indicate that a document has unsaved changes."
A few days ago I sent an email to a restaurant telling them that they were overcooking the meals and got credits as an apology. Today I decided to use them, but for this I needed to order using the app.
When I chose to pay with the virtual coins, the taxes value become NaN and you ‘pay’ just the order price.
Before I thought it was a bug, but thinking better, I feel partially inclined to say it’s a feature lol.1
Is it just me or does 16GB RAM feel like overkill on Linux?
I've only seen the RAM usage go up to 6GB at most.
Kinda wish I could just take that 8GB card and stick it into my desktop.15
Mac suddenly stopped working. Came to know motherboard is gone & the price to get it changed is around 60k.
Fuck you Apple. Never buying the shit again. Though one good thing came out of it ;it used to be my work machine too & now I'm chilling from last 4 days.8
I'm probably getting Raspberry Pi 3 b+ this Xmas. What are some basic things to learn about it before I start using it? Are there any good beginners guides? I programmed Arduinos, so I kinda understand hardware, but software seems different than on Arduino.6
After about 6 years, I am back to chess. I miss this game so much.
Gotta admit though, I'm very bad now. Should've never stopped.
Any chess players here?3
I'm implementing a RESTful API to display search results based on a huge number of parameters. There are so many of them at this point that using a HTTP GET method feels quite cumbersome.
I was wondering whether it is okay to use a HTTP POST method to POST these parameters all at once at every request in exchange of a result set instead of bothering with so many GET parameters.
Some of these GET requests are even blocked by certain firewalls for being too long.2