Short tests: Google’s hacker training, Deutsche Bahn co-working spaces, Facetime for everyone

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Whether new gadgets, useful software or practical helpers for everyday computer life, we fish out interesting, exciting and curious specimens from the permanent flood of new products and test them briefly.

If you want to feel like a hacker, you can do that with the XSS-Game by Google: In the browser game, the pentester playfully injects code into websites. The aim of the game is to raise awareness of the dangers of cross-site scripting attacks. The Bahn subsidiary offers new, cozy workplaces for coworking everyworks on. You can already rent them via app at some main train stations.

Apple opens its video chat program Facetime finally also for Windows, Linux and Android users – but not as hoped. We tried everything that works without an iPhone and Mac.

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