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There is an overflow in floating point number parsing in Ruby 2.0.This vulnerability has been assigned the CVE identifier CVE-2013-4164.You can read about the details here.

Attackers can construct special strings and attack you with something like:...

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Back in the swing of things, here's one just a week after my last one - like they ought to be :)

Duckies

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I've been doing a subscription screencast called ElixirSips to help you learnElixir for over four months now, but I haven't yetprovided any of that content on our blog. It seems inappropriate, so withoutfurther ado, here is an ElixirSips episode...

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It's been two months since a linkdump, once again. I'm not so good at this stuff. There's good stuff ahead though!

Doggie

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Robby and I gave a talk earlier this year at Cascadia Ruby on Ruby and Robotics. It was a lot of fun. They just posted the video, so I thought I'd embed it here :)

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In part 1 webuilt a very simple rack application that responded with Hello World no matterwhat path you requested. In part 2 we're going to add a router that handles routingrequest based on user configuration. We'll go ahead and start fresh since...

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$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-sdk-team/ppa$ sudo apt-get update

Next:Create a new doc and save as opencv.sh

 version="$(wget -q -O - http://sourceforge.net/projects/opencvlibrary/files/opencv-unix | egrep -m1 -o '\"[0-9](\.[0-9])+' |...
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