Nick Saban has a shiny new shiny server-configuration, the Alabama coach revealed on Thursday.
“I just got this new shiny shiny server.
It’s going to be called the shiny server, and it’s gonna be used to handle all my stuff.
So, if I have a game to go to and I’m not playing on the shiny servers, I’ll be able to play,” Saban said.
“So, I’ve been told I’ll have to have an account on this shiny server to play the game.
That will probably happen in the next couple of weeks.
And, then I’ll probably have to go on the regular shiny server and play the rest of my games.”
Shiny server settings allow Saban to be connected to all of his Alabama’s online programs, from ESPN.com to the Alabama Crimson Tide Twitter account.
Saban also can access Alabama’s Twitter and Facebook pages.
Saban will also be able access all of Alabama’s YouTube and Instagram accounts, which are separate.
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Google Chrome has a serious flaw that makes it insecure for many uses.2.
This flaw, known as a “sandbox,” is being exploited by malicious actors to steal data.3.
Google has released security updates that fix this flaw.4.
Google’s security team has now said that its Chrome browser is insecure, and that its users should consider upgrading to Chrome 48 or Chrome 53.5.
Google released this new version of Chrome 48 on March 1.
Chrome 53 is now available for download, and Google has said that the security fixes for this vulnerability will be available in the next few days.6.
There is a patch for this issue that is already available in Chrome 47, but it is still being actively exploited by actors who steal data from the sandbox.7.
Google says that users should install this patch for Chrome 48, but there is no firm date on when that patch will be released.8.
This vulnerability is not being exploited in a malicious manner by attackers, and it is not a security risk.
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