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SSL/TLS scanning and problems in sslyze (2)

Continuing the previous post.

Another problem that people might need to know is that the memory consumption in sslyze. The memory consumption is huge when scanning thousands of servers, and you won’t be able to run hundreds of thousands of hosts at one time, ’cause the memory will be sky rocketed. 115 more words

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Nodeconf.eu 2014: Trip Report (Part 2)

Read part 1 of the report.

Before I continue to part 2, a word about timing. Some of you may ask why it took me so long to publish my impressions of an event that happened last week (which, in Internet time, is ‘way in the past’). 1,074 more words

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“It is said that every incident you survive makes you strong. No, the truth is every incident you survive means you have just sailed it through and survived.

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Etihad Airways to introduce a special livery with its first Airbus A380, here is a clue

Etihad Airways (Abu Dhabi) has 10 new Airbus A380-800s on order. The airline is intending to introduce a new special livery (or a new color scheme for the fleet?) with the first delivery. 54 more words

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The Beluga fleet celebrates 20 years of flying

Airbus (Toulouse) is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its transport aircraft named the Beluga. The company issued this recognition:

With its maiden flight on September 13, 1994, the popular Beluga cargo aircraft, affectionately named after the white whale because of its remarkable shape, is celebrating this week twenty years of transporting Airbus component parts between Airbus’ European manufacturing sites. 361 more words

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Firefox sneaks out an "inbetweener" update, with security improvements rather than fixes

Here’s a quick note to remind all Firefox users that Mozilla just snuck out a point release.

Usually, if everything goes according to plan, Firefox updates appear every six weeks. 540 more words

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Elena Ferrante at The Center for Fiction

On Tuesday, September 16 the Italian novelist, Elena Ferrante, will be discussed at the The Center for Fiction in mid-town Manhattan. The panel will consist of the novelists… 425 more words