It was recently discovered that Cogneato websites’ HTTPS certificates were cross-signed by an expired AddTrust certificate, and were showing security warnings in old versions of Safari.Continue reading post "#2949"
I was confused why an instance of
aria-labelledby was not working properly in some accessibility tests of a navigation button I made for Cogneato, until I noticed that the attribute is supposed to have two “l”s.
Today brought another episode in my recent spate of car troubles: The serpentine belt shredded itself and then popped off while I was up in Cleveland.Continue reading post "#2935"
I feel quite relieved having finally detached the rusted on wheel hub and backing plate from my car (Subaru Impreza).Continue reading post "#2927"
I got bit by a tick today.Continue reading post "#2923"
It has been a long, weird evening, with a lot of time spent on computer updates and a dead car battery.Continue reading post "#2916"
When I went outside yesterday after work, I noticed a piece of the aluminum fascia on my roof was hanging down on one side and several gutter spikes had pulled out completely.Continue reading post "#2914"
Recently, one of Cogneato’s client’s site donate form was submitted thousands of times, presumably to fraudulently test credit card numbers.Continue reading post "#2907"
I finished another unintended plumbing project yesterday.Continue reading post "#2902"
Somehow, my recent upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04 switched the Apache MPM module installed and thus disabled HTTP2 for PHP requests on my server.Continue reading post "#2889"