A web server is like a waiter in a restaurant. Imagine you go to a restaurant and order food. The waiter takes your order, brings it to the kitchen, and then serves the food back to you. Similarly, a web server takes requests (orders) from your computer, fetches the requested… Read More... "Web Servers: A Basic Introduction"
A few days ago, MrBeast, the most popular content creator of Youtube, with well over 200 million subscribers, published a video in which he and his team build 100 wells that will provide clean water for about 500 THOUSAND people. Not only he did that, but all the ad money… Read More... "MrBeast Builds 100 wells for communities and People Complain"
On November 2nd, 2023, Cloudflare, a major internet infrastructure and security company, responsible for about 20% of the web’s traffic, experienced a significant outage that affected its control plane and analytics services. The outage lasted from November 2 at 11:44 UTC until November 4 at 04:25 UTC, leaving multiple people… Read More... "Cloudflare Catastrophic Failure – November 2nd"
Yesterday, October 16nth, intel released their new 14th gen of consumer CPUs. That line-up had been rumoured to have “Up to 6GHz boost clocks”, “More efficiency”, “New E-Cores” and even “15-21% higher IPC”, has any of that come true? Well, no. Not most of them at least. Many leaks had… Read More... "Intel is Desperate"
Ever since OpenAI released chatGPT 3.0 to the public, the internet was taken by storm, leading to a surge in A.I. adoption. Many companies joined the race to develop their own models to compete in this emerging field but two stand out: OpenAI, obviously, and Google. But how do these… Read More... "Youtube is Proof Google can’t make A.I."
In the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats, security teams face a new challenge with the emergence of the HTTP/2 Rapid Reset vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2023-44487. This vulnerability is currently being exploited by malicious actors, leading to the largest Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks in history. In this article, we… Read More... "Largest DDoS attack in History uses HTTP/2 Rapid Reset"
In an era where digital privacy is increasingly under threat, a new technology called Encrypted Client Hello (ECH) has just been announced recently as a beacon of hope for safeguarding your online activities. Developed as a successor to ESNI (Encrypted Server Name Indication), ECH promises to secure our online interactions… Read More... "Encrypted Client Hello – ECH"
Yesterday, 25th of September, an e-mail from valve to the Verge was posted on the internet, talking about the new 2.0 beta version of steam that just got released. With this e-mail, a bunch of new information dropped, which includes UI changes, overlay windows, improved compatibility with Linux, Virtual keyboard… Read More... "SteamVR 2.0 and New Valve Headset"
If you’ve ever thought about setting up a website or a web server, you’ve probably heard of Apache, LiteSpeed, and Nginx. These are three of the most popular web server software options that help deliver web pages to your browser when you type in a website address. However, which one… Read More... "Apache vs Litespeed vs Nginx"