This is news cast 224, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.
In the intro, three items of administrivia. First an update on my Linux switch progress, which I wrote up on the blog earlier. Second, I am changing how I managed the feeds for the show, this shouldn’t affect anyone but let me know if you have any issue. Lastly, I am moving my media hosting to the Internet Archive and share my reasons for doing so.
This week’s security alerts are a crypto attack affecting millions of ASP.net apps and a flaw is found and fixed in Samba.
In this week’s news a profile of an original database innovator and his new big data project, understanding the problems with Haystack and the various press criticisms, Nina Paley points out a new documentary series explaining how everything is a remix, and more on the HDCP crack including an in depth technical explanation and confirmation the leaked key is legitimate.
Following up this week Google and Microsoft experiment with wireless network over white spaces and UK ISPs must help fund P2P crackdown.
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