Agony of an African Programmer (2014)
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@sanglier sad that there is no “Systemd crater”
@balibebas strange. So mastlab was not compatible with the previous version of Mastodon?
@nbering @paco a significant element of the charges against Marcus was not only that he wrote Kronos, but sold is with the knowledge of how it would be used. I don’t think there is a good metaphor in the physical world - for example creating and selling lock picks (or a gun) could result in someone using them to rob a bank. But that is not how those items are intended to be used. A banking Trojan, by contrast, has basically one purpose: committing bank fraud.
AWS Overview and Security Tips https://static.peerlyst.com/image/upload/v1505748735/post-attachments/Cyber_Security_Amazon_Course_1_tqtsxy.pdf
@seeyouindisneyland sorry it took so long. Work has been busy lately.
Thinking about the case of Marcus Hutchins (@MalwareTech) who just plead guilty to writing banking Trojans. Wanted to do a poll to get people's opinions about that. Personally, I think that even if he did write the malware, it was so long ago and he seems to have made changes in his life that it seems a bit much to have held him in the US this long.
@JohnsNotHere @m4iler @TheGibson @entreprelife my house, at times, is home is a LOT of devices spread out over 3 floors and 500 sq meters. So I opted for the HD access points, but I have colleagues with the UAP AC pro or LR and get on just fine. I would recommend getting the router (USG), a switch (USW 8 60w) and two UAP AC Pros or LRs
Expandability: not many other consumer priced WiFi gear has the ability to add access points that aren’t also routers. I have 4 APs around my house now and can add more if needed for a marginal cost. Oh and they are PoE powered.
Manageability: this is hard to explain. Creating vlans that extend all the way to a WiFi ssid is trivial. I can turn networks ports on or off or create vlans or reboot APs from my phone. I am not doing this justice.
Last, is just works.
Reducing security risks with centralized logging https://opensource.com/article/19/2/reducing-security-risks-centralized-logging
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