The personal assistant for all your login needs Heartbleed is a serious vulnerability in securing the SSL- protected traffic, which is the most sensitive data that you ever insert and handle online. The bug relates to the protection that is used to protect your most confidential online sessions, like banking, paying and log-in to e-mails and other online services. The Heartbleed is vulnerability in OpenSSL, the encryption technology used by numerous sites and services. The serious bug may have leaked your confidential password data, credit card and payment information, e-mail log-ins, social media credentials, address, social security number… The list is endless, and some possibly affected services are: Facebook, Google, Yahoo, Gmail, Amazon Web Services, Intuit, Dropbox. F-Secure Key users data is protected despite of the Heartbleed vulnerability. With Key, your passwords are safe.
Riot.js — The 1kb client-side MVP framework Riot.js is a client-side Model-View-Presenter (MVP) library that weighs less than 1kb. Despite the small size, all the building blocks are there: a template engine, router, event library and a strict MVP pattern to keep things organized. On a finished application the views are automatically updated when the underlying model changes. Riot uses Model-View-Presenter (MVP) design pattern to organize your code so that it's modular, testable and easy to understand. Building Up Perlin Noise Let’s start with the interpolant. The original Perlin noise algorithm used a cubic Hermite spline of the form s(t) = 3t2 − 2t3. This particular function is also sometimes known as smoothstep. It describes an s-shape, ramping smoothly up from 0 to 1 over the range of 0 to 1. It’s also symmetrical around the center of this square; that is, s(t) = 1 − s(1 − t). So let’s flip it around, 1 − s(t), so that it’s 1 at 0 and falls off to 0 at 1.
android-scripting - Scripting Layer for Android brings scripting languages to Android. SL4A's source has moved to github. The issue tracker, wiki, and downloads will continue to be hosted here. Scripting Layer for Android (SL4A) brings scripting languages to Android by allowing you to edit and execute scripts and interactive interpreters directly on the Android device. These scripts have access to many of the APIs available to full-fledged Android applications, but with a greatly simplified interface that makes it easy to get things done.