Posts tagged mongo

When Surveillance Is Accessible by All

The data breach involving sensitive data on 191 million voters portends a future where everyone has access to everything there is to know about everyone.

All Your Voter Data Are Belong To H4x0rz

The biggest data breach of the year. Of course, it involves Mongo.

More Mongo than Mongo

HyperDex now does Mongo better and faster than MongoDB.
The real story of how weak NoSQL systems allowed users to make money out of the thin air and brought down two Bitcoin exchanges, one permanently.

When PR says No but Engineering says Yes

MongoDB is really broken when it comes to fault-tolerance.

When Data is Worthless

MongoDB may be a bad choice even when you can afford to lose some data.
MongoDB claims that it provides fault-tolerance. In this note, I explain why and how it falls short.