I have dual sims for my mobile phone. Here is the latest offer for my Italian contract: 120GB for 9.99 a month or 300GB for 13.99.

For my Belgian contract?

15.00 for 10GB a month. 😡​

Vaultwarden - Open Source, self hosted backend for the Bitwarden password manager.


Cloud Risk Encyclopedia

Search 1200+ cloud security risks or filter by cloud vendor, compliance framework, risk category, and criticality. 3 cloud platforms. 47 compliance frameworks. 18 risk categories. 4 risk levels.


Why D&D?

Well considered reasons why it's the "go-to" game for millions of people.

The tl;dr is:

"Perhaps another way of putting it is that classic D&D is simply the most enjoyable role playing game to have ever been created, and this is the reason why there is still such a relatively big community of people who are into fiddling with it 40+ years after its birth."


Of all Dungeons and Dragons-style alignments, Americans are most likely to identify as "neutral good".

Only 1% of Americans self-identify as "chaotic evil". t.co/rVMpwjoZfB

In case you’re not aware, neverssl.com can be a handy tool in debugging connectivity, e.g. when you're on a “captive portal” on public Wi-Fi. Sometimes you connect to public Wi-Fi and think everything is good (because sites appear to be loading), but…

CISA Cloud SecurityTechnical Reference Architecture

CISA has released its Cloud Security Technical Reference Architecture, which clarifies considerations for shared services, cloud migration, and cloud security posture management.


Thinking of privacy protection in terms of threat models and attack surfaces.

Tracking reduction (TR)
TR aims to reduce the amount of data collected about an exposed user. It reduces a footprint’s spread primarily by blocking trackers. Sometimes this can increase the size of a footprint.

Tracking evasion (TE)
TE reduces the amount of data exposed by a user. Rather than eliminating data collection itself, TE prevents useful data from being made available in the first place. In other words, it reduces a footprint’s size.


The word #Unicode meant something different in 1957.

It seems that UNICODE was a high-level language roughly contemporaneous with FORTRAN. The syntax is a bit more like the later COBOL.


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