Amazon just went live in Sweden and, wow, the degree or translation errors is HILARIOUS. Some products are translated to the letter (the game "watchdogs" became "looking at dogs") and some products were described with våldtäkt (rape) in their description. This is machine learning going, like, REALLY sideways.
Well, I guess AI isn't so scary after all... 😁
@itsakerhetspodden Ah, han var med i säkerhetssnack podden - mea culpa! På darknet diaries. Pratade han om pokerspelare i Finland som hade blivit hackade och fått en RAT installerad, vilket användes mot dem när de spelade online. Också grymt intressant berättelse.
Får lyssna in avsnittet med er på lunchpromenaden imorgon 😊
@itsakerhetspodden visst var han med i förra veckans avsnitt? Hörde honom även på ett avsnitt i darknet diaries. Grymt härlig snubbe. Nästan så att jag vill lära mig finska för att lyssna på hans podd också 😁
@jens thanks, lot of good pointers. I'll experiment and hopefully learn something out of it. Since I'm playing with a personal website - I got nothing to lose 😎
Stupid question: if I host a webside over itty.bitty.site without SSL certificate, but with a hash at the end of the website, then the end-user could check the websites integrity and authentication against my GPG public key to prove that it hasn't been tampered with and was written by me.
What the end-user won't get is the TLS-encrypted connection and transfer of the website.
Am I getting it right?
@seb I've trying to figure this out for a while, in order to save my exported Reddit bookmarks offline.
Thanks, will tweak and see what I can manage to make 😀
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