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Hackaday Links: August 14, 2022

What’s this? News about robot dogs comes out, and there’s no video of the bots busting a move on the dance floor? Nope —...

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Learning By Playing

Summer break has started over here, and my son went off to his first of a few day-camp-like activities last week. It was actually...

This Week in Security: Symbiote Research and Detection, Routing Hijacks, Bruggling, and More

Last week we covered the Symbiote Rootkit, based on the excellent work by Blackberry, Intezer, and Cyber Geeks. This particular piece of malware takes...

Mutually Crafted Happiness: How MCH2022 Happened

Just a few days ago, MCH2022, a six day long hacker camp in Netherlands, has concluded – bringing about three thousand hackers together to...

Demonstrate Danger, Safely

Dan Maloney and I were talking about the chess robot arm that broke a child’s finger during the podcast, and it turns out that...

Protecting The Hughes H4 Hercules with… Beach Balls?

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Patents and the Missing Museum

A beautiful chapter of the history of invention in the United States ended with a fire in 1880. Well, the fire took place in...
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This Week in Security: Asterisk, TikTok, Gitlab, And Finally a Spam Solution

There’s an ongoing campaign that’s compromising FreePBX systems around the world. It seems to be aimed specifically at Elastix systems, using CVE-2021-45461, a...

Fighting the Good Fight

We here at Hackaday are super-duper proponents of open source. Software, hardware, or firmware, we like to be able to see it, learn from...

This Week in Security: Retbleed, Post-Quantum, Python-atomicwrites, and the Mysterious Cuteboi

Yet another entry in the “why we can’t have nice things” category, Retbleed was announced this week, as yet another speculative execution vulnerability. This...

NASA’s Flying Telescope is Winding Down Operations

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope is arguably the best known and most successful observatory in history, delivering unprecedented images that have tantalized the public and...

When is One Pixel Cooler than Millions?

On vacation, we went to see a laser show – one of the old school variety that combines multiple different lasers of many different...

Hackaday Podcast 176: Freezing Warm Water, Hacking Lenses, Hearing Data, and Watching YouTube on a PET

It’s podcast time again, and this week Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams sat down with Staff Writer Dan Maloney to review the best hacks on the...
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