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DJI’s bug bounty program starts with a stumble

(Source: www.theverge.com)

Back in August, DJI launched a bug bounty program meant to reward researchers who came to the company with security vulnerabilities they had discovered. 544 more words

Technology

GENEALOGY WORD OF THE DAY 11/20

Researcher ID Card: All researchers using original records at the National Archives or National Archives regional centers must get a researcher ID card. If you just plan to use microfilmed records, you do not need to get an ID card. 67 more words

Projects

What have I learnt from the first few weeks of my PhD?

The first 6 weeks of my PhD has consisted of a lot of reading, meetings, commuting, and getting to grips with an entirely new discipline. It’s been exciting and challenging, but I thought I’d share a few things I’ve learnt about how to improve my efficiency: 635 more words

Scientist

"Time travels in divers paces with divers persons"

The LP inventory is coming along! I’m at a little over 150 titles catalogued so far. Most of the LPs are kept in protective casings, so taking them out to find the information I need for the spreadsheet is a lot slower than if they all just sat on the shelf. 379 more words

Woman Scientist of Color Blazes Path for Others

Today, we will be hearing by Christina Uh, a graduate student at McCall Outdoor Science School through the University of Idaho and former Pathways intern for the U.S. 1,067 more words

Blog Entries

Managing the PGR - Supervisor Relationship

The supervisor of my MSc dissertation was a joy to work with and we always seemed to be on the same page.  But during my PhD, there was a combination of really useful meetings/exchanges with my supervisors, and some that neither went the way I wanted nor the way I expected (See the interactive… 603 more words

How AV can open you to attacks that otherwise wouldn’t be possible

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Antivirus programs, in many cases, make us safer on the Internet. Other times, they open us to attacks that otherwise wouldn’t be possible. 860 more words

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