It is proven! I am calcifer on Keybase: https://keybase.io/calcifer/sigchain#a702c903fbb1f7b53572bd44e1fd89837bbb184853056b08fd9b9ee747a327150f
Oh, cool -- my employer (Veracode) decided to make some of their interactive, developer-focused security labs available for free to everyone. They're pretty good, with interactive find-and-fix security flaws and such.
If you're in infosec and also think COVID-19 measures are pointless because infection rates are fairly low where those measures are implemented, I genuinely don't understand you
"We don't need masks or restrictions because the rates are low" is exactly the same reasoning as "we don't need to spend resources on security because we've never been breached"
SARS-CoV-2 is a hell of an exploit. Until we have a patch (vaccine), we need to mitigate other ways
Lutten - sexual attraction to food and excess
Gluede - Wanting to own all the food, whether you eat it or not
Sleath - Taking all the bed for yourself
Srath - Simmering hatred that you never act on
Enthe - A sort of indescribable feeling of dread that you'll never own a Tesla
Peine - Being in awe of your partner's genitals
Here’s the pony I want:
A 13” tablet PC, ideally ARM-based, with capacitive touch and good pen input options. It should run a desktop OS and have USB-C. I want to dock it into a laptop chassis (not a “keyboard cover”) that gives me more peripherals and battery, better GPU, etc.; I might want different chassis for different purposes, like a lightweight option and a portable-workstation option. And the same dock system should allow for docking to a desktop setup as well.
Things we didn't do:
- Start the fire
- Shoot the deputy
- Steal the cookies from the cookie jar
Things we did:
- Tried to fight it
- Shot the sheriff
- Put the sham in the shama-lama-ding-dong
Things we will do:
- Rock you
- Walk 500 miles
- Walk 500 more
Things we won't do:
- Get fooled again
- Back down
Things we will never do:
- Give you up
- Let you down
- Run around
- Desert you
- I did it again)
That's not a rating system of "5 means secure!"; it's one star for each of the 5 *minimum* security practices — it's right in the name. The branding and UX is confusing, which Mozilla should be ashamed of
But they're not claiming Zoom is outstanding, just that it does each of the five basic things to meet the bare minimum
Those of us who study nuclear waste disposal for no good reason will find this "Live Laugh Love" sign pants-wettingly hilarious.
@djsundog There was, briefly. Refugees from CompuServe and AOL made a startup and rented a property on the outskirts of Saratoga, CA with the intent of creating KPG, a "perfect" format that would supersede GIF, JPEG, TIFF, etc. Based on emails sent that Fri. in May, one of the coders came up with a new compression algorithm. But when the C code was tested, something happened that created a spherical, non-gravitational event horizon ~20m across.
We don't want kpg. Ever. Just let it be.
Hey Netflix. Hey. Yeah. Imagine for a moment that I'm not trying to watch something on my mobile browser, I just want to add it to my list because someone recommended it
I mean, I know, weird. I want to use a lightweight web page. Clearly I should want your entire fucking app, which I will never use to watch a show on my phone, just to press the "add to list" button. But, I mean… could you just, like, humor me?
Applied AppSec Research @ Veracode ; I don't speak for them here. Part-time coffee and Arduino nerd. keybase.io/calcifer
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