WP-CLI reached 1.x stable release. WordPress decided to make it as part of make.wordpress.org tools. Great news from the WordPress community and those who spends most of their time in the console. No more weird sftpd/vsftpd installations. It might come handy with composer bundle as we do it in Qobo for WordPress project templates. New home for WP-CLI docs https://t.co/oZleP9HwRX — WP-CLI (@wpcli) January 26, 2017
The new session system was implemented by @srgmrzv using PSR-7 storage-less sessions: https://t.co/W6q2lm1Ryj https://t.co/fZFTrPuy3q — Matthieu Napoli (@matthieunapoli) January 26, 2017
ESET researchers discovered an Android backdoor Trojan controlled by tweets. Detected by ESET as Android/Twitoor, it’s the first malicious app using Twitter instead of a traditional command-and-control (C&C) server. After launch, the Trojan hides its presence on the system and checks the defined Twitter account in regular intervals for commands. Based on received commands, it can either download malicious apps or change the C&C Twitter account to another one....
This tweet had to land here without any doubts, as those who maintained open-source projects know the drill. Bored with your free time? Had enough of people being nice to you? Masochist? Maintain a popular open source project. — I Am Devloper (@iamdevloper) January 27, 2015 In case this tweet disappears, or something happens in far far future: