Last Friday, when the afternoon was slowing in the office, an inadvertent GIF on Slack sparked some friendly debate about the right way to test…Continue Reading: Testing software fast and hard
Once upon a time, the brave and handsome king of Rubrum Colatorium decided to send his beautiful and wise queen a message from the battlefield. With enemies lurking all around, he needed to find a way to make sure no one got his hands on the secret communiqué. He put his letter in a box,…Continue Reading: A secret message! The fairytale of DKIM
This unique piece of research from Red Sift uncovered the fact that one-third of leading UK challenger banks have failed to implement a vital email protocol that protects consumers from email fraud, while 8% of traditional banking institutions have also neglected this fundamental defence system. You can read more in this Computer Weekly article
The Oxford Dictionary defines ‘hack’ as: “Cut with rough or heavy blows in an irregular or random fashion”. A second meaning follows: “Gain unauthorized access to data in a system or computer.” It is this second meaning, that has caused controversy among many: ‘Hack’ used to have a positive feel; working on a tech problem…Continue Reading: What the Hack?!