In 2017, my network of sites (hosted in USA at DreamHost) used 362 GB of traffic. Later, in 2019 the number was 368 GB, amazing how steady that traffic is! So far in 2020 the network has served 294 GB … Continue reading →
BREAKING NEWS: You can tell this update is a biggie by how tight lipped and to the point Apple is with it and also by the appearance of the words "zero day" in the text of the update notes - meaning Apple has exactly zero days to fix this one because it was discovered in the wild, likely on many if not all Macs right now - the release seems to come yesterday (today), New Zealand is +11 GMT.
This update from 9.1 to 9.1.1 prevents "drive by" exploitation of Safari for remote code execution, which IN ENGLISH means all you need to do is visit a bad guy website (or a good website somehow infected with bad guy code) and the bad guys can run arbitrary software they wrote on your machine without permission or
If your curious about computer security I recommend reading Apples sections.