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Don't Forget About Spooling!
> Spooling, the mechanism used by input and output devices to temporarily hold data before its execution, is a normal function of your operating system. It helps the CPU stay in the execution phase for longer periods because all the instructions line up in a volatile memory before the main memory
Poly Hack: Network Offers' White Hat' A $500K Bug Bounty For Highlighting Security Loophole
In a surprising development around the Poly network hack, the officials offered the hacker to keep as much as $500K in reward after returning most of the stolen $611 [https://twitter.com/PolyNetwork2/status/1425309429935710208] million. This amount of reward in the tech world is mostly considered a bug bounty,
CVEs: How Keeping a Catalogue of Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures Helps Your Company
Since we began to store data in computers, there has been a concern to keep this information safe. The tremendous growth of access to computers, tablets, and smartphones has increased the number of threats to protecting everything saved on these devices or through them on the cloud. Launched in 1999,