It is proven! I am senicar on Keybase: https://keybase.io/senicar/sigchain#cd03394a47575e8174e171354230417a24d07679a4c0b76decc1f543ab960ebf0f
The RNC Files: Inside the Largest US Voter Data Leak
If anyone wants to install Ubuntu on an old Mac Pro 1,1:
Use the 14.04 mac+amd64 iso for the installation, you can upgrade to 16.04 later and it works fine.
Install from a DVD, not a USB stick.
rEFInd is your friend.
You will probably need to boot from the live DVD and boot-repair.
It won't play nice with an OS X install on a partitioned drive, but a new hard drive or shared drive with windows works fine.
Disconnect the iSight camera before installing or you'll have no sound. No idea why.
My dad gifted my kid sister an old 1,1 Mac Pro. I asked her what she wanted to run on it, since she's used OS X and Win10 and I'm not sure which she prefers.
So it begins.
If anyone wants to watch Comey's testimony: http://www.bbc.com/news/live/world-us-canada-40193177
BBC had local time as GMT-0500 for a bit at the beginning of the stream, ha.
There are many privacy-focused search engines to choose from:
This website checks if someone has entered an anti-Net Neutrality comment in your name:
This is an example of a revolutionary new document
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* supported by every editor!
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* compare documents with "diff"!
* search documents with "grep"!
* can be modified programaticaly using "sed" and "awk"!
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There's only so much space in your brain - save it for the "useful" information and reference the rest.
Never memorize anything you can look up in under 2 minutes. This is why I hated history class (idea > date/names) and why I love documentation.
Don't need employer specific, special snowflake crap filling my brain.
Someone needs to create an SMTP for the 21st century. Something that forces servers to:
- Refuse to relay a message without end-to-end encryption and a digital signature
- Require unknown senders to solve a cryptographic hash problem per message
- Require a TLS certificate from a CA on both sides of any connection
- Use 8-bit attachments (no Base64)
- Drop HTML in favor of Markdown
- Not support external embedding
Telefonica released a script to restore files WannaCry hasn't finished encrypting yet. It finds the files that have had their names changed but aren't encrypted, reads their headers, and restores the filename. Probably not super useful at this point, but still, neat. Combining this with the tool that pulls the key from memory could save a lot of work.
Not that patching appropriately wouldn't have saved more...
I like making games, djent, and impractical hardware attacks. My thoughts belong to the marketing team that inspired them.
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