An in-depth analysis of SSH attacks on Amazon EC2

The research study investigates Secure Shell (SSH) attacks on Amazon EC2 cloud instances across different AWS zones by means of deploying Smart Honeypot (SH). It provides an in-depth analysis of SSH attacks, SSH intruders profile, and attempts to identify their tactics and purposes.

Inside Google Brain Founder Andrew Ng's Plans To Transform Baidu

Little known outside China, the Chinese search engine Baidu scored a coup earlier this year when it hired Andrew Ng to be chief scientist and open a new artificial intelligence lab in Silicon Valley. Ng, a Stanford computer science professor who headed the Google Brain AI project and then cofounded the online education startup Coursera, is the foundation for Baidu’s plan to transform itself into a global power.

Living with Web Apps

I decided to spend a day using only the web for all the tasks that people use their mobile phone for. No exceptions. Everything interaction that I do must be via the web.

Optimising for Touch on the Responsive Web

I’m Rory Pickering, User Experience Designer for BBC iPlayer Radio, and previously GEL (Global Experience Language).

When I was working in the GEL team, I was involved in producing design guidelines to inform our web-based products across the BBC. One such guideline gives recommendations on how to optimise our products for touch input (in simple terms, to make things ‘touch-friendly’)....

The Strengths and Weaknesses of Microservices

There has been significant buzz around microservices lately, enough to generate some hype. After implementing heavy and cumbersome SOA solutions for more than a decade, are microservices the solution the industry has been waiting for? Or, are microservices simpler than monolithic solutions?

Vegas, MySpace, and the Tyranny of Taste

The joy of the city is its diversity. A great city has styles of buildings from many eras. It has architectural successes and failures. It sports buildings that have been adapted over the years, learning from each new tenant. And in the city’s corners are magnificent follies, built to please some visionary individual with the capital to make dreams real. The citizens move from distaste to begrudging acceptance to rabid protectiveness of their many unique buildings.

12 games that teach kids to code

Coding is a big deal right now. Worldwide, 36 million kids have taken part in "Hour of code" activities, helping them become active, rather than passive users of technology and starting learning that might one day help secure a job in our increasingly tech-driven world.

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