What happens, if your whole company relies on Google Service and the DAU is doing his work?
Still running #Debian Jessie? It's time to upgrade! https://lists.debian.org/debian-security-announce/2018/msg00132.html
Google recently removed the motto "Don't be evil" from its code of conduct.
Time to worry?
"Matrix and Riot confirmed as the basis for France’s Secure Instant Messenger app"
Well-known cryptographer Matthew Green on Efail:
"The fact of the matter is that OpenPGP is not really a cryptography project. That is, it’s not held together by cryptography. It’s held together by backwards-compatibility and (increasingly) a kind of an obsession with the idea of PGP as an end in and of itself, rather than as a means to actually make end-users more secure."
My trackpoint and touchpad are so much faster and smoother on Windows compared to Debian on my dual boot Thinkpad.
Has anyone an idea how to adjust these settings on Debian? Kinda lost here.
Two things are infinite: the universe and the quantity of security updates for critical vulnerabilities in the Adobe Reader.
Really disapointed about how EFF handled this situation.
"So, PGP is broken. We recommend to just send unencryptede-mails from now on. Thanks for your attention."
I recommend PGP as often as I can. Thanks to this shitty journalists I've received a bunch of mails like "hue, PGP doesn't seem secure. Why were you lying?".
Thanks for nothing.
The one bug to bring them all down - CVE-2018-1000136 (including, but not limited to: Signal Desktop, Slack, Discord, Atom, Visual Studio Code, Github Desktop) https://www.trustwave.com/Resources/SpiderLabs-Blog/CVE-2018-1000136---Electron-nodeIntegration-Bypass/ #electron #vulnerability
TIL: It is really easy to set up a RSS feed.
Have someone tested the new Firefox ESR Version yet?