Was This Poker Player’s Luck Too Good to Be True?

On this week’s Get WIRED podcast, features editor Mark Robinson talks to writer Brendan Koerner about an unconventional poker player and the woman who called him out. Powered by...

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Try Jed as your Linux terminal text editor
Dec01

Try Jed as your Linux terminal text editor

You may have heard about Emacs and Vim and Nano, the quintessential Linux text editors, but Linux has an abundance of open source text editors, and it’s my goal to spend December giving 31 of them a fair go. In this article, I look at Jed, a terminal-based editor featuring a handy drop-down menu, which makes it especially easy for users who are new to terminal editors, as well as those who just don’t like remembering...

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How this open source security tool halted significant DDoS attacks
Dec01

How this open source security tool halted significant DDoS attacks

In 2020, our ways of living and working were turned completely upside down in a matter of days. As COVID-19 began to spread across the globe, we brought our companies home, and staying connected to our colleagues, friends, and family online became a critical necessity. read more Powered by...

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Create universal blockchain smart contracts
Dec01

Create universal blockchain smart contracts

Blockchain smart contracts have the ability to access off-chain data by integrating decentralized oracles. Before diving into how to use them, it’s important to understand why smart contracts matter in the big picture and why they need oracles for data access. read more Powered by...

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What Is the Signal Encryption Protocol?

As the Signal protocol becomes the industry standard, it’s worth understanding what sets it apart from other forms of end-to-end encrypted messaging. Powered by WPeMatico

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