We have rewritten SilverBench from Silverlight to JavaScript… and it works!

Microsoft killed Silverlight in 2012, and as you may have noticed the Internet Explorer is the last browser that supports it. So as the result, less and less users are using SilverBench to benchmark or stress test their PCs. Today we are launching SilverBench v2 rewritten entirely in the JavaScript, so you can now benchmark […]

Attachments from GitHub’s private issue trackers can be viewed without any authentication

Disclaimer: I disclosed this security issue to GitHub, and they choose to not fix it (We have reviewed your report and determined that this functionality is working as expected). This is undocumented behavior, so I am describing it here. Also, note that I am not asking anyone to hack GitHub nor I am going to […]