Hotfix release available fixing CVE-2017-12979 and CVE-2017-12980: 2017-02-19d "Frusterick Manners".
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Hotfix release available fixing security token and media manager: 2017-02-19b "Frusterick Manners".
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Hotfix release available fixing install and media manager issues: 2017-02-19a "Frusterick Manners".
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Hotfix release available fixing CVE-2017-12979 and CVE-2017-12980: 2016-06-26d "Elenor of Tsort".
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Julian Oliver Newstweek: http://newstweek.com/
Newstweek is a device for manipulating news read by other people on wireless hotspots. Built into a small and innocuous wall plug, the Newstweek device appears part of the local infrastructure, allowing writers to remotely edit news read on wireless devices without the awareness of their users.
More by Julian Oliver:
Gallery of Lost Art by TATE: http://galleryoflostart.com/
The Gallery of Lost Art was an immersive, online exhibition that told the stories of artworks that had disappeared. Destroyed, stolen, discarded, rejected, erased, ephemeral – some of the most significant artworks of the last 100 years have been lost and can no longer be seen.
Web of Trust by Luis Rodil-Fernández: http://interference.io/weboftrust
The moment of key generation is a very specific form of liturgy for cryptopunks, and has a belief element based on trust. Is this random number generator any good? Is this machine trusted? Is this machine bugged? Is my private key stored anywhere else I might not know? Who is this person giving me my revokation certificates? Can I trust this key?
Net Artist, one of net.art pioneers.
Writes on New Media, Digital Folklore and Vernacular Web. Co-founder of Geocities Research Institute Professor at Merz Akademie, (New Media Pathway), Stuttgart
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