#dhcpcd is going to need a new maintainer :(
Students and faculty may complain about the price tag of parking passes, but there is also an unseen cost of driving on campus: privacy. Learn more in our latest update to the Atlas of Surveillance. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2021/03/scholars-under-surveillance-how-campus-police-use-high-tech-spy-students
Useful new Go 1.16 feature for parsing flags.
Amazon Assistant extension turned out to be designed in a very “special” way: all of its logic is located on Amazon web servers. This gives Amazon access to a very wide range of information in browsers of extension’s users. #privacy #infosec #Amazon
The new OnionShare is out!
It adds a bunch of great features like tabs, anonymous chat that never logs anything, and better command line support.
Here's the blog post: https://micahflee.com/2021/02/onionshare-tabs-anonymous-chat-cli/
Download OnionShare 2.3 from: https://onionshare.org
Install it on a headless server:
`pip3 install --user onionshare-cli`
Read the amazing new docs that are translated to a bunch of languages: https://docs.onionshare.org/2.3/en/
Very cool #hackaday prize winner - https://hackaday.com/2020/11/07/the-byte-is-the-grand-prize-winner-of-the-2020-hackaday-prize/
Whoa, it looks like Linux Journal is back (again again):
Our Director of Community Operations is leaving us to be the Interim General Manager at the Open Source Initiative. We'll miss her, but wish her luck in the new role! https://sfconservancy.org/news/2020/aug/20/debleaving/
Writers! Artists! Creative sorts!
I write books to pay the mortgage. You can do the same with your art.
Here's the book on how I do it.
162,000 residents and visitors of South Korea have used its quarantine app, which is required by law—and had a security vulnerability allowing the theft of people's names and real-time locations. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/21/technology/korea-coronavirus-app-security.html
The total donations from #OpenBSD community has reached Platinum for the OpenBSD Foundations 2020 Fundraising Campaign!
John Carmack also made a Silver contribution!
So far only $44,000 has been raised of the $300,000 goal.
During this pandemic it is more important than ever to be able to speak out and share information online, but Egypt's government is retaliating against journalists who report on COVID, and arresting others for seeking information about prison conditions https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/06/egypts-crackdown-free-expression-will-cost-lives