And this is why phishing is worth attackers' investment (HT WeldPond): https://twitter.com/tazwake/status/1326169429449854978
“Got to see my favourite type of Incident Ticket today.
User got suspicious email, reported it because when they followed the link it went to a sign in page but 'none of their corporate credentials worked'
For added value, service desk closed ticket cos it wasn't a supported site”
I'm getting faster with #3dprinting design work. Got the Harry Potter version of Munchkin to play with the family, and decided it needed a card tray for storage. 10m in OpenSCAD and 3 in Slic3r, and away we go!
Fits perfectly in the box, has a thumb notch to make getting the cards out easier, etc. If I did it again I'd try to have it use less plastic.
Well I think that's accurate enough! Printed a lovely C920 webcam cover; it clips over the top and uses a pressure-fit hinge. Fits great! #3dprinting
First test print with octoprint running via OctoPi; the shelf is a mess and will need some layout love once I'm confident everything is working, but… it will be good not to have to leave the laptop connected during prints anymore #3dprinting
One of the things I love about where I work is that we understand the value of fun and creativity. As part of that, people make and share technical puzzles -- and we've decided to make them available to the world (well, those that can be; it's hard to export an escape room..)
And tonight's batch brings me to three dozen. I love the ragmask pattern; I've made a few process tweaks so that I can process a batch of 6 masks in an hour including set up and cleanup. And I'm not a fast sewist; my spouse (a quilter) can go almost twice as fast
Hardly feels like a dent when local care facilities are asking for thousands, but it's better than zero, and it's what I can do
Making ragmasks. 2-layer quilter's cotton filters more than a surgical mask, comfortable and suitable for daily wear; in a few I included appropriate filter material as a third layer for N95-like performance. (One image includes eye contact)
https://ragmask.com for pattern.
Applied AppSec Research @ Veracode ; I don't speak for them here. Part-time coffee and Arduino nerd.
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