Evan Martin (evan) wrote in evan_tech,
Evan Martin

solar panels, security blog

The Google solar panel status page is pretty neat. (I'm also happy it's done 'cause they've been hammering on the roof of my office for months.) It's a bit of a bummer that all those solar panels only cover 30% of the electricity draw, though.

On the subject of Google blogs, there's one from the security team. Here's an post mentioning exploits in virtualization systems, allowing attackers to break out of their emulated machine.
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