It’s become a tradition that we follow each Raspberry Pi model with a system-on-module variant based on the same core silicon. With four RAM options, four Flash options, and optional wireless connectivity, we have a total of 32 variants, with prices ranging from $25 (for the 1GB RAM, Lite, no wireless variant) to $90 (for the 8GB RAM, 32GB Flash, wireless variant).
We are pleased to announce HashiCorp Boundary, a new open source project that enables practitioners and operators to securely access dynamic hosts and services with fine-grained authorization without requiring direct network access.
The 3.4 Pallas-Yllästunturi release includes several updates that enhance the experience on-device, enable new possibilities for developers, and incorporate new features for our corporate customers. Several improvements in this release were developed in collaboration with Open Mobile Platform for Aurora OS.
Our main focus in v0.13 is paving the way for a v1.0 release of Crossplane. Over the course of this release we have honed our core Composition and Package Manager APIs. With the help of the community we’ve arrived at APIs that we feel confident will reach v1beta1 imminently without significant breaking changes.
A group of tech companies, publishers, and activist groups including the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Mozilla, and DuckDuckGo are backing a new standard to let internet users set their privacy settings for the entire web.
IBM announced this morning that the company would be spinning off some of its lower-margin lines of business into a new company and focusing on higher-margin cloud services. During an investor call, CEO Arvind Krishna acknowledged that the move was a "significant shift" in how IBM will work, but he positioned it as the latest in a decades-long series of strategic divestments.
It is now possible to perform chosen-prefix attacks against the SHA-1 algorithm for less than USD$50K. For this reason, we will be disabling the "ssh-rsa" public key signature algorithm by default in a near-future release.
Starting from firmware version 184.108.40.206, product registration is required to unlock full access to the local browser UI. You can login and access all features through the local browser UI 3 times without registering the switch through your netgear.com account. A limited feature set is available without registration. For more information, visit the NETGEAR knowledge base article at https://kb.netgear.com/000061174.