Adobe Tells Users They Can Get Sued for Using Old Versions of Photoshop
"You are no longer licensed to use the software," Adobe told them.
Cramming Software With Thousands of Fake Bugs Could Make It More Secure
Researchers suggest non-exploitable “chaff bugs” in systems could be a fun way to deter attackers from doing real harm.
Watch Stanford's Self-Drifting Electric DeLorean Shred Some Doughnuts
If you’re going to build a autonomous electric car, why not do it with some style?
In 'Westworld,' Sex Worker Robots Now Hold All The Power
The show uses sex work as a proxy for wider themes of consent, trauma, exploitation, and empowerment.
Motherboard's Security Tuneup
If You Use Word, You Need to Turn Off This One Feature
Our final day of the security challenge has a task for all the Office users out there.
Doing Your Taxes at the Last Minute—or Filing for an Extension—Is Easier Than You Think
Time to go to war with your inner tax procrastinator.
The Activist Fighting for High-Tech Reconciliation for Canada's Indigenous People
As executive director of the First Nations Technology Council, Denise Williams wants to equalize the digital playing field for BC’s Indigenous communities.
This Software Developer Is Making a Surveillance-Free Cell Phone Network
Denver Gingerich is the brains behind Sopranica, a DIY, surveillance free cell phone network he hopes will one day rival big telecom companies.
The 80s Software Program That Made Email Famous
Even as die-hard Eudora users held on, it couldn’t. Did we lose something great?
The Software Developer Bringing Diversity to Your Reading List
Kaya Thomas created WeReadToo to share books by authors of color featuring characters of color.
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Over 400 of the World's Most Popular Websites Record Your Every Keystroke, Princeton Researchers Find
“Session replay scripts” can be used to log (and then playback) everything you typed or clicked on a website.
Here’s Why We Need More Open Source Software For Buttplugs
It’s a triumph of back-end engineering.