A friendly reminder: Dont put passwords in Trello

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A new bit of research from David Shear at security firm Flashpoint found that there are hundreds if not thousands of open Trello boards containing passwords, login credentials, and other potentially sensitive stuff including employee on-boarding documents. He and Brian … Continued

Monetizing computing resources on the blockchain

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Ben Dickson What can you sell? A handful of blockchain platforms enable you to rent your unused storage, idle CPU cycles, and internet bandwidth with those who are in need. The premise is simple: You list your resources along with … Continued