CVE-2014-0160 which recently made headlines because of it’s massive impact across the large majority of Internet-based services has allowed us to show that the return on investment with puppet is greater than 0. Here’s how.
Yesterday, I spent a few hours and wrote up a perl application to allow me to use NewsBlur from the command line. I’ve been thinking about this for a while, and the problem finally overflowed yesterday when trying to read some feeds in Firefox actually crashed the browser.
Yesterday, I was writing a new sub-endpoint for an API based in Slim Framework. For this API, the routes are kept in separate files for organizational purposes, but also because route groups didn’t exist at the time; so I thought I’d give them a shot.
This is for my own edification in the future, but if you’re looking for a non-escaped string as a parameter to a query, it’s not Zend\DB\Raw that you’re looking for, as that doesn’t exist.
What you’re looking for is new \Zend\Db\Sql\Expression() to handle those raw strings.
Years ago, many pizzerias advertised a 30/60-minute-or-less guarantee that basically promised customers that their pizza would arrive warm and timely. Isn’t it odd that their selling pitch was speed and not tastiness?