@orangelamp very very very shaky, I should probably stop saying that. Link though:
Good news: Nevada ditched The Caucus App that (allegedly) put results in the app developer's Google Drive
Bad news: Nevada's planning on using, I shit you not, a Google Form
@ScottMortimer building one.
US pol, that fucking Iowa Caucus App
@dzuk BAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHA WHAT A FUCKING DUMPSTER FIRE
@ITsecJ wait hold on, there's EFF hoodies? way to bury the fucking lede
Just don't have that much of weaponiced Tech around my business
How would you prevent an Edward Snowden-style data breach in your organization if you were the Cybersecurity Director?
@TheGibson *DRAM futures plummet*
US Pol, Iowa Caucus security
@maxeddy Last night, a couple of talking heads were mentioning that one of the concerns that was causing individual precincts to opt-out of using the app, was that they got warnings that "this type of file could harm your device", and some read out the whole filename ("dot ayy pee kay")
So, this app was distributed out-of-band and would have required each person using it to allow apps from outside the Play store. With no guarantee it wasn't changed in-transit.
@garrett From VMWare's perspective, it makes perfect sense. All other things being equal, a business upgrading a small cluster will need half the physical CPU nodes to get the same number of cores.
I also believe "save on per-CPU licensing costs" was a bullet point in EPYC marketing material.
In any case, there's no fucking reason to pay a penny for virtualization software.
Command hooks will get that on the wall or ceiling
Guys, stop paying for virtualization. VMWare is trash.
@orangesec2 yeahhhhhhh my phone already has E2E apps present and I will not migrate to ones that do not. It's really that simple.
@fristi Thousands of statuses in less than 100MB of memory 💪
@fristi *eventually*, the tabs will auto-set their background to the pleromafe background, if one exists, but that's way down the line
Hacker, comedian, RED Scout fan, gold Ekko one-trick. Watching them sorting debris.
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