Sorry About Computer

New decade, new nonsense

The latest generation of adversarial image attacks is, uh, somewhat simpler to carry out

— Brendan Dolan-Gavitt (@moyix) March 4, 2021

Alexa: remind me to feed the baby

— Michael Margolis 🚫 (@yipe) June 9, 2018

I've learned today that players in Valheim are noticing their boats missing or flying.

The truth - birds (like seagulls) are landing on boats and a bug accidently places the boat under bird control - which means the bird lands on a boat and flies away with it, stealing it.

— 🧹 Gliitch 🧹 (@GliitchWiitch) March 1, 2021

In largely virtual House Financial Services markup of Covid bill, @RepTomEmmer is asked to suspend his comments and figure out why he is upside down.

— Jack Fitzpatrick ☘️ (@jackfitzdc) February 10, 2021

I wonder how many years of extra Grand Theft Auto load time, in aggregate, are the result of this one terribly implemented JSON parser. Fun read.

— Chris Eng (@chriseng) March 1, 2021

My kid’s LEGO needs a firmware update

— Lily Ballard (@LilyInTech) February 27, 2021

enabling Game Mode for Visual Studio so it will leave my CPU-bound applications in peace. brilliant

— whitequark (@whitequark) February 27, 2021

Just when you thought JSON was the one thing you could trust. My latest research on JSON interoperability vulnerabilities highlights the risks of inconsistent parser behavior (40+ parsers) and attacks to bypass business logic in microservice architectures.

— Jake Miller (@theBumbleSec) February 25, 2021

This is fascinating. An Android library for encoding HEIF images made by Google occasionally produces corrupted images. Once one of these images is rendered on iOS, the entire image rendering system is done and the device requires a reboot. App Store app:

— Alex Grebenyuk (@a_grebenyuk) February 25, 2021

the current state of Twitch: the official Twitch Gaming channel cut off the live Metallica concert to play 8bit folk music to avoid DMCA

— Rod Breslau (@Slasher) February 19, 2021

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