does not appear to be abandonware... so, what the BLANK?
most recent changes 5/19 this year.
I guess "patch" really means "update to newer release"
How would you like US$778 per byte for your exploit? That's what security researcher Chris Evans just scored from Yahoo!, for an 18-byte demonstration of how private Yahoo! Mail images could leak. Even though the bug's been patched, Yahoo! decided it was one bug too many in the library, and retired it. Because (a) bugs get …
The occasional "exclamisation" of a Yahoo! El Reg article headline might be slightly amusing, but to see it on *every* such article headline for years and years is unbelievably tiresome. Give! it! up!, El! Reg!
lso, referring to Google as the Chocolate Factory wasn't even funny in the first place (and certainly confusing to El Reg first-timers, who might think Cadbury's had been bought by Google or something).
... trying to do everything and ending up being not very good at such things. It is, in a way, like the systemd of graphics, only that when ImageMagick fails, you'll still boot your system, and that ImageMagick doesn't talk to the network by default.
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