Proprietary nvidia driver isn't supported by kernel 5.9, you'll have to wait mid-november for nvidia to make it usable.
I've learned in Snowdens "Permanent Record" that CIA and other intelligence agencies are hosted by Amazon AWS and Snowden makes a point that decision by US government is not a very good one. I think its one of the reasons why Amazon got in position to pay 0$ in taxes, they litteraly own US inteligence IT infrastructure and they have power to get away with it.
Yikes. Nano Adblocker / Defender has been bought for an undisclosed amount and under new ownership. The privacy policies for the Chromium versions have been removed.
One great game on 90% sale (now costs 4e) that natively runs on Linux.
Some bad news for folks who are fans of #uMatrix. It's being archived and no longer being developed :
Can't say I didn't see this coming since maintaining a plugin, particularly as an open source project, is often a thankless job with many personal down sides
I hope it can still continue, if not as uMatrix, then as something else. I really don't like to fiddle with uBlock Origin to get the same functionality
What's new in 1.1.0:
- Instances picker
- Multi accounts support
- Some bug fixes
Apk for tests => https://framadrive.org/s/33mGXZYEarGpnfr
Depending of your feedback, I will publish it soon on #FDroid
Boosts appreciated. Thanks.
I've just recently found out about Windows BTRFS driver: https://github.com/maharmstone/btrfs
I've tested it with my flash drive and works great. I don't have need for instant snapshots but for r/w access on both Windows and Linux machines with constant transfer speed (NTFS transfer speed tends to drop). So if you have that need I very much recommend this.
Feature-Policy header is replaced by Permission-Policy, it has same purpose as Feature-Policy but name of header should be more descriptive of its purpose, and some syntax is changed. You can read more about it here:
You can copy/paste Permission-Policy header for disabling all permissions here:
TIL that you can sign up for Google groups without using Google account. Just send email to email@example.com (notice +subscribe part and - part if there are spaces between), just be sure to send it from email account you want to recieve emails to. Group email can be found on information about that group
You should follow Distributed Denial of Secrets on here. They've been draconianly suspended from Twitter for publishing BlueLeaks, an 270gb archive of leaked police documents @ddosecrets
Way to mount EXT4 with r/w into Windows:
Lesser-known files in the .well-known directory (relevant to server admins):
The post includes "change-password," "dnt-policy.txt," "mta-sts.txt," "security.txt," and sshfp.
We recommend setting a security.txt file: https://infosec-handbook.eu/blog/wss7-policies-contact/#contact-information
The #Peertube application for all instances should be available the next week. It's already working. I need to create/copy some English strings. Also, I need to use triple-T for #FDroid (https://github.com/Triple-T/gradle-play-publisher/blob/2.8.0/README.md#publishing-listings) and not fastlane as it uses 4 flavors.
Lessons Learned from SSH Credential Honeypots - System Overlord
For the past few months, I’ve been running a handful of SSH Honeypots on some cloud providers, including Google Cloud, DigitalOcean, and NameCheap. As opposed to more complicated honeypots looking at attacker behavior, I decided to do something simple and was only interested in where they were coming from, what...