Windows leaker Wzor resurfaces

June 20, 2014
The Russian group/individual known as Wzor has reappeared after a two-month blackout
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Node.js is the latest security risk for developers

June 20, 2014
Node.js isn't especially risky, but its popularity means sloppy coding can cause harm in a new venue
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CISPA returns as CISA -- and it's just as terrible for privacy

June 20, 2014
Defeated twice before, rebranded Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act is as vague, broad, and detrimental as the original bill
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Rackspace joins the bare-metal OpenStack hosting parade

June 20, 2014
Rackspace's OnMetal plan provides bare-metal servers, provisioned via OpenStack APIs and built with Open Compute Project hardware
IaaS, OpenStack
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Google's Go language on the rise, but Dart is stalling

June 19, 2014
Java and JavaScript tie for first place in RedMonk's report that examines GitHub and Stack Overflow to rank languages
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Office 365 road map: A big step in the right direction

June 19, 2014
The Office 365 team has announced its intent to provide more information, sooner, about key changes in its product
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Supreme Court strikes a serious blow against software patents

June 19, 2014
In Alice v. CLS, SCOTUS declares it's not enough to add 'on a computer' to an abstract or obvious item to make it patentable
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Congress could gut funds for NSA bulk searches

June 19, 2014
Amendment up for vote in Congress would forbid the NSA to use its funds to conduct warrantless data collection on U.S. citizens
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PHP framework gives developers control over MVC

June 19, 2014
The new framework, called Bastard, works with the Nginx HTTP daemon
PHP Web
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Red Hat bets $95 million on OpenStack dominance

June 19, 2014
Red Hat's purchase of eNovance isn't only about becoming the go-to company for OpenStack -- it's also about hoarding talent
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