cws, subtoot Show more
"people shouldn't have to CW $topic! $topic is nothing to be ashamed of!"
listen to us:
- we don't CW things out of shame.
- we don't ask for things to be CWed because we think you shouldn't post them at all.
- CWs are not the mark of that which should be kept out of sight.
- CWs are used so that people with particular sensitivities to a topic don't have to unfollow or block you if you post it.
- CWs do not narrow your audience; they broaden it.
we've had this discussion so many times.
FreeBSD Community survey
Hunting Network Speed of #UPC #ISP https://blog.flo.cx/2019/04/hunting-network-speed/
@FranzStrohmeier@twitter.com #regierungswoerterbuch "blümeln" von Dingen reden, von denen man keine ahnung hat. Kommt vor in Bezug auf "Medien" & "Digitalisierung"
greybeard security™ series: “setting up a phishing campaign" Show more
Your customer wants a phishing campaign? Your customer gets a phishing campaign…
There are three core parts to a phishing campaign:
1) the text (aka “pretext”) which entices the victim,
2) the domain which needs to be cunningly selected,
3) the “landing page” and associated work.
In practice the easiest way to set up a phishing campaign¹ is to start with GoPhish…
¹ a legal one, I hasten to add, this setup will get you caught...
Ereignisse überschlagen sich🙈:
Erst wird das freie Internet mittels #Uploadfilter angegriffen.
Dann wird man zur Abgabe von Fingerabdrücken gezwungen (Das erinnert an dunkle Zeiten...) Diese bleiben nicht lokal, Biometrie-Datenbank grüßt.
Nachdem man das öffentliche Internet beschnitten hat, verbietet man noch die restlichen 90% und beschneidet im selben Schritt noch das Brief- und Postgeheimnis (#Darknet-Gesetz).
Nochmals: Bald sind Europawahlen. Ein bisschen Demokratie dürfen wir wagen!
I think right around this minute is just about exactly 5 years since the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL became public. I remember the day vividly, and if you're interested, allow me to tell you about how the day, and the subsequent months, and years unfolded ...
1. Collects everything you type into the browser w/the extension
2. Can store that data indefinitely
3. May share it with 3rd parties https://www.reddit.com/r/privacy/comments/b0y95z/why_i_removed_grammarly_chrome_extension_and/
♲ @firstname.lastname@example.org:In einer seltsamen Welt leben
Update: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS under #OpenBSD VMM “how to”…
So, everything you read on the ‘net is, fundamentally, rubbish
Just grab the “mini.iso” image, create a dastardly disk and then
vmctl start banana -d mini.iso -d LeDisk.img -n transit -n nottransit -c
Then, once booted, select “command line install”, TAB, edit to change vga=off and, at the end, console=ttyS0,115200u8.
Install in peace.
Firefox admits they will eventually be sending all of your DNS to Cloudflare. Cloudflare will monetize your internet browsing, no matter how much their PR people say they are.
If you want to disable that, go to "about:config", and set "network.trr.mode" to 5.
The values are: 0 - default off, 1 - race, 2 TRR first, 3 TRR only, 4 shadow, 5 off by choice
#Carnet is a free open alternative to Google Keep. It includes text, images, audio, todo lists and syncing features.
It's currently available for Android (on Google Play and F-Droid), Linux, and NextCloud.
You can follow it here:
You can find out more and contribute on its git page:
The lead developer is here: