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The Sushi Boat server (below) is an example of why Facebook is confident that its software development mantra of move fast, break things, has relevance in hardware as well.The server (pictured), was put together by a team of Facebook engineers during one of the company's hackathons after they found that the company had a large amount of 2.5-inch laptop SSDs lying around.Using a combination of balsa wood, cardboard, and briefly a Makerbot 3D printer, the team was able to mock up a prototype server which can cram in up to 80 SSDs.They designed the I/O system, the whole thing, explains director of hardware engineering Matt Corddry. It's a really neat design.What stunned Facebook was that when it came to evaluate the design according to how much power it consumed, how much it would weigh, and how many bits you could get, it found that it was a much better proposition than Facebook's existing Cold Storage servers.


All the SSDs for the system were horribly engineered, explains Taylor. If we were to then take the expectations we have for archival storage and map onto SSDs you could get a much higher bit density and lower performance. An SSD solution for archival storage is not at all absurd.Though Facebook has no immediate plans to deploy this into production, Corddry did say the design would be a backpocket thing for us, and Facebook could use the prototype to create a production server at short notice.It's this combination of imaginative design and flexibility which makes the social network think it makes sense to operate a hardware lab.Hot on the heels of news that Australian wasps can ground a plane comes another cautionary tale from the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB), this time concerning the perils of flying laptop computers and iPads.The two devices fell from an overhead bin during turbulence last November. The ATSB's report on the incident says a 767 making an approach to Sydney twice aborted its attempted landing.


¡°During the climb of the go-around, the aircraft experienced more turbulence,¡± the report continues, ¡°and one passenger sustained a serious head injury from a laptop computer that fell from an overhead locker. Another received a rib injury and a third was injured by an iPad.¡±¡°This incident is a timely reminder for passengers to stow all carry-on baggage (including laptops and iPads) securely in the overhead lockers or under the seat in front of them, especially when the seatbelt sign is turned on. These items can become projectiles during turbulence if not properly secured.¡±Which is all very well save for the fact the items in question fell from overhead bins. As far as Vulture South knows, there's no app for opening overhead bins and no way to prevent anything falling from an overhead bin. That points to a problem with the plane, not the computers. Throw in the fact that the plane in question was a Qantas 767 with the registration VH-OGU, a craft Aussieairliners.org reports was acquired, new, in 1998, and it seems there's been plenty of time for the odd overhead bin latch to get a little loose.



In light of the ATSB's somewhat useless advice, perhaps we should all be thankful that there wasn't a blade server in the overhead locker. Those things are sharp! Apple has admitted a bug in Mac OS X 10.9.1 allows hackers to intercept and decrypt SSL-encrypted network connections ¨C and has promised to release a fix very soon.Sensitive information, such as bank card numbers and account passwords, sent over HTTPS, IMAPS and other SSL-protected channels from vulnerable Mac computers could easily end up in the hands of snoopers as a result of this security hole.The Cupertino giant issued updates for versions 7 and 6 of its mobile operating system iOS on Friday to address the same flaw in iPhones, iPads and iPods.But it quickly became apparent that the vulnerability also exists in desktop and laptop computers running Mac OS X Mavericks, the latest public release of Apple's desktop OS.The security hole was created by a trivial programming cock-up, which causes Apple's SSL/TLS library to skip over vital verification checks of a server's authenticity when establishing a connection.A malicious router, Wi-Fi access point or other man-in-the-middle system could exploit this to silently masquerade as a legit website or online service, and thus intercept, read and tamper with the private contents of a victim's supposedly secure connection.


Apple's Safari web browser and Mail client running on OS X 10.9.1 are vulnerable to SSL snoopers because they rely on the broken crypto-library; other Cupertino apps such as Facetime and iMessage, and third-party programs using Apple's crocked code, are all faulty as well. Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are not vulnerable because they don't use the busted SSL library.Tech-savvy users can use the otool command-line utility to determine whether an application is vulnerable by inspecting the libraries it loads. Apple's broken SSL library is version 55471, so grepping for that number from otool's output will reveal whether the program is using the knackered Security framework. For example......produces no results because Apple's SSH (which declares itself to be SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_6.2) uses version 55456 of Apple's Security framework library. Unfortunately, several apps are using version 55471:We are aware of this issue and already have a software fix that will be released very soon, Apple spokeswoman Trudy Muller told Reuters this weekend regarding the SSL certificate validation bug in OS X 10.9.1.


Meanwhile, someone's set up a website called gotofail.com, a reference to the C code bug at the heart of the problem, so that users can check whether their web browsers running on OS X 10.9.1 are vulnerable. Versions 7.0.6 and 6.1.6, available now for download, fixes a vulnerability that could allow an attacker with a privileged network position to capture or modify data in sessions protected by SSL/TLS, according to the iPhone maker. This is due to the Secure Transport component of the operating system failing to validate the authenticity of the connection, suggesting some sort of failure to verify the certificate or identity of whatever system a vulnerable iDevice was connected to.In short, users should apply the security update as soon as possible to avoid falling foul of a man-in-the-middle attack: we can imagine a malicious router or Wi-Fi access point exploiting this iOS flaw to silently masquerade as a legit server, and thus intercept and decrypt the private contents of a supposedly secure connection.



SSL and TLS are used the world over to prevent eavesdroppers from snooping on network traffic to and from sensitive services, such as banking and shopping websites and email servers. But this only works if the other end of the connection can be verified and trusted.Apple admits this issue was addressed by restoring missing validation steps. It reserved CVE-2014-1266 for the bug on January 8 this year, but when and how exactly the flaw was introduced and subsequently discovered is not clear.The patch, weighing in between 16MB and 35MB, can be applied to any handheld running iOS 7, and even iPhone 3GSes and fourth-generation iPods running version 6 ¨C a further clue that Apple considers this a very serious bug.For those wondering what the problem is, it first appeared that there was an issue in Apple's port of download tool Curl involving the verification of the common name, aka hostname, records in SSL certificates. It was feared that bug was part of a wider problem.


Although that particular glitch is real and irritating, it turned out not to be the showstopper that Apple patched on Friday: others have since uncovered a staggering cock-up that appeared in the latest available open-source code for Apple's SSL security library, specifically in the SSLVerifySignedServerKeyExchange() function.Aptly, it's a double goto fail; so the code skips a vital verification step when exchanging keys with the server to prove its identity and authenticity. Oops.The bad news is that this iOS validation bug also exists in Apple's Mac OS X 10.9.1 desktop operating system. Any software relying on Apple's SSL library will be at risk until it is patched, it's understood. Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are among the applications not affected, but Apple's Safari, Mail, Messages, and many other programs, are thought to be vulnerable.Update your Apple devices and systems as soon as possible to the latest available versions. Do not use untrusted networks (especially Wi-Fi) while traveling, until you can update the devices from a trusted network, advised Alex Radocea of computer security tech biz CrowdStrike in a briefing about today's SSL vulnerability.


On unpatched mobile and laptop devices, set 'Ask to Join Networks' setting to OFF, which will prevent them from showing prompts to connect to untrusted networks.Since, in my book at least, half the reason for buying an Encore is that it can be used as a fully fledged Windows PC, it made sense to test it as such. So I gave PCMark8 a spin to get an idea of its underlying performance and of the durability of the fixed 2-cell 20Wh battery.The PCMark8 result of just over 1200 wasn¡¯t a stunning score, but it¡¯s not far below what you¡¯d get from some Core i3 laptops. It certainly shows this to be an Atom processor with, at last, some serious grunt.Looping PCMark8 drained the battery in a little over six hours. Used for a continuous mix of web browsing, writing this review on Google Docs and watching a few 720p mp4 videos, it lasted for a few minutes shy of eight-and-a-half hours.With graphics being handled by the Intel Atom¡¯s HD IGP this clearly is not a platform for even semi-serious PC gaming but it managed to return a 3DMark Ice Storm gaming benchmark score of just under 16,000. I¡¯d say this is par for the course for most similarly priced tablets or laptops.

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