Happy Page Update #18-27

This week on The Happy Page: They’re adorable and rare, let’s watch them play! They’re also endangered, but it makes me happy that zoos and preserves around the world have stepped up to save as many as they can.

I was at the Memphis Zoo last weekend, and I saw some of the animals that are in this video – at least, the ones who weren’t hiding from the heat! It’s a great zoo, lots to see, and it was also the first zoo my wife had ever been to and she really enjoyed our visit – thanks for being awesome, Memphis Zoo! And I found a plushie of a Red Panda that reminded me of Wu at their gift shop, so our zoo trip was great all the way around. 😉

The Happy Page is updated every Sunday with a video that is cute or yummy or funny or inspiring or something.
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Tales from the Land of Ever After: Winds of Change, Part 3

The man who would be king…probably shouldn’t sleep in on his first day back?

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Happy Page Update #18-26

This week on The Happy Page: Let’s do something just plain weird. To a chicken.

I dare you to take this to somebody’s house on July 4th as your supposed contribution to the potluck – just be sure you take backup brownies or something too. Have a safe and happy Fourth of July, everyone!

The Happy Page is updated every Sunday with a video that is cute or yummy or funny or inspiring or something.
Content is always relatively cheery, but not guaranteed to be safe for work – slack at your own risk!

Tales from the Land of Ever After: Winds of Change, Part 2

John knows something about the dungeons that Fritjof doesn’t.

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Today’s Hacker News

First off, a big hello (xin chào!) to our newest attempted hackers from Vietnam! They were trying to log in to the site using magic words. And of course, they were unsuccessful.

One of them seemed like a very specific magic hacking word, so I did a little research to find out why someone would try to log in with indoxploit. And that’s when I found out that our new Vietnamese hacker friends are actually just scavengers out looking for previously-compromised systems, sort of like if Ali Baba had just been out wandering around shouting Open Sesame! at every rock hoping one of them would turn out to be a magic door: IndoXploit is a very specific suite of tools that has to have already been uploaded into the target system before someone can exploit it (source: Alert Logic). And it’s one of those nifty little things hackers can use to vandalize sites, not just take them over. Very naughty. Shame on you, Vietnamese hackers.

Also, while we’re here, shoutout to this past week’s other attempted hackers from the Russian Federation, Panama, and Turkey. Привет! Hola! Merhaba!