Insert a unique token like the following into your page and see who references it on the Internet,
To generate your own unique reference you can do something like the following,
echo -n yourname | shasum -a256
Replace the “yourname” string with anything sort of random and you will receive your own hash you can place into your page. I’m not suggesting any of this is new or novel I’m just interested to see if this shows up in search results. Enjoy!
Earlier today Sean Mullan(Twitter: @seanmullan) on the Java team announced TLS 1.3 support on Twitter. JEP 332: Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.3 describes the current plans for support.
In case you missed it the, Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act or better known the as CLOUD Act was recently passed. The CLOUD Act expands the U.S. Governments reach of warrants and subpoenas to data stored by U.S. companies abroad. The law was announced in the March 25, 2018 edition of the WSJ, U.S. Authorities Can Access Data Stored Overseas.
Continue reading “Cloud Act Law Passed”
Block chain is safe because it’s like trying to turn a Chicken McNugget back into a Chicken (paraphrase).
Continue reading “Cryptocurrencies: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)”
Article from Google’s Quantum AI lab about a new quantum computer. The new processor named, Bristlecone, is a 72-qubit universal quantum computer with low error rates. Continue reading “Google’s Bristlecone Quantum Processor”