Josh and Kurt talk about leap seconds. Every time there’s a leap second, things break. Facebook wants to get rid of them because they break computers, but Google found a clever way to keep leap seconds without breaking anything. Corner cases are hard, security is often just one huge corner case. There are lessons weContinue reading “Episode 334 – Leap seconds break everything”
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Episode 273 – Can we stop the coming artificial unintelligence deluge?
Josh and Kurt talk about AI driven comments. We live in a world of massive confusion and disruption where what is true and false, real and fake, are often widely debated. As AI grows and evolves what does it mean for this future? We don’t really have any answers, but we ask a lot ofContinue reading “Episode 273 – Can we stop the coming artificial unintelligence deluge?”
Episode 195 – Is BGP actually insecure?
Josh and Kurt talk about the uproar around Cloudflare’s “Is BGP safe yet” site. It’s always interesting watching how much people will push back on new things, even if the new things is probably a step in the right direction. The clever thing Cloudflare is doing in this instance is they are making the BGP problem somethingContinue reading “Episode 195 – Is BGP actually insecure?”