March 5, 2019

Tue. 03/05 - Don't Use "ji32k7au4a83" As A Password


The NSA program Snowden revealed might be done, Microsoft is readying a Windows Lite, poor iPhone sales are hitting Foxconn workers hard, a big strategic look at Netflix and why one seemingly random password is a poor choice if you care about your security. Sponsors: Metalab.co Logianalytics.com/ride Links Disputed N.S.A. Phone Program Is Shut Down, Aide Says (NYTimes) Microsoft is creating Windows Lite for dual-screen and Chromebook-like devices (The Verge) Apple acquires patent portfolio of failed smart home security startup Lighthouse AI (9to5Mac) Coinbase Pushes Out Ex-Hacking Team Employees Following Uproar (Coindesk) Coinbase Users Struggle to Delete Their Accounts in Protest (Motherboard) Living up to our values and the Neutrino acquisition (Coinbase Blog) Foxconn, a tale of slashed salaries, disappearing benefits and mass resignations as iPhone orders dry up (South China Morning Post) Big Media Isn't Ready to Fight Back (Netflix Misunderstandings, Pt. 5) (Redef) Why 'ji32k7au4a83' Is a Remarkably Common Password (Gizmodo)