Exploration of the Dirty Pipe Vulnerability (CVE-2022-0847)

Caches In Rust

Xbox 360 Architecture

Creating Augmented and Virtual Reality Applications: Current Practices, Challenges, and Opportunities [pdf]

Issue #236

6/13/2022

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I hope you all had a great weekend. I spent mine building a survey tool, because I wanted one for this newsletter and thought it would be a fun weekend project. I was pleasantly surprised that it actually lived up to that title (core functionality being completed in a weekend). If you gals and gents would try it out below, I'd really appreciate it. I'd like to see if it actually works properly! You can also of course go to the link and generate your own surveys if you want. Please let me know if you have any feedback regarding the tool itself (yeah the website design is shit, but I kind of like the bare minimum CSS).
I think I'll be trying out a couple of more of these weekend type projects. I REALLY want to get away from having to actively find sponsors for the newsletter, and I think creating and monetizing a couple of these little projects would be a good way to do that. My idea with the survey tool is to always have the core functionality free to use, but add a subscription option that introduces new quality of life features, like keeping track of your surveys, custom dashboards, etc. Well, assuming anyone actually wants that. I'm going to add a way for users to submit if they want more features (from a predefined list), then base decisions off of that.
I'm also thinking about writing up an article on it. Let me know if it's something you'd be interested in reading! Anyway, here's the issue.
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Exploration of the Dirty Pipe Vulnerability (CVE-2022-0847)

Published: 6 June 2022
Tags: infosec, linux


Valentin Obst and Martin Clauß make a Linux kernel vulnerability digestible using a proof of concept program as a learning aide.


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Caches In Rust

Published: 11 June 2022
Tags: rust


Aleksey Kladov implements a cache in Rust and highlights some of the nuances along the way.


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Xbox 360 Architecture

Published: 8 June 2022
Tags: hardware


Rodrigo Copetti presents anything and everything you'd ever want to know about the Xbox 360 (from a technical perspective).


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Creating Augmented and Virtual Reality Applications: Current Practices, Challenges, and Opportunities [pdf]

Published: 21 April 2020
Tags: ar, research paper, vr


Narges Ashtari, Andrea Bunt, Joanna McGrenere, Michael Nebeling, and Parmit K. Chilana divulge their findings on the state of AR/VR development in 2020.


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