The Actuator – April 15th

I hope everyone was able to enjoy this past holiday weekend. We had decent enough weather here, allowing us to set up an egg hunt for the kids on Sunday afternoon. I also kept our annual tradition of burning the Christmas tree on Easter. In related news, the fire circle is officially open for the season.

As always, here's a bunch of links I hope you find useful. Enjoy!

Microsoft Buys Corp.com So Bad Guys Can’t
This was the right move, since Microsoft is responsible for this mess to begin with.

Attack matrix for Kubernetes
Wonderful summary for the many ways Kubernetes can be exploited.

Thousands Zoom credentials available on a Dark Web forum
Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse for Zoom users.

These hackers have been quietly targeting Linux servers for years
Patch your stuff, people.

Amazon workers voice pandemic concern
We need our supply chains and distribution networks to remain functional.

The early days of home computing – in pictures
Wonderful trip down memory lane for those of us old experienced enough to have used one or more of these machines.

The fuzzy edges of character encoding
If you like computer history, this is the post you want to read this week.

I’ve arranged the chairs in the fire circle to be six feet apart, in case anyone was thinking of visiting in the next few weeks.

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