Linux Foundation has been quietly developing a project that might solve the supply chain attacks that are now on the rise - basically, a cryptographic transparency log of signed artifacts such as libraries, packages etc. It's in early phase but looks very promising #security
Dark dot fail and onion dot live websites are compromised, stop using onion links from those websites until they are safe again. Attacker managed to switch DNS providers.
Buster is the funniest/awesomest Firefox extension ever! https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/buster-captcha-solver/
Seems that uBlock Origin works best on Firefox.
@nikolal Igor Pavlov (developer of 7zip) indicated in one comment that 7zip for Linux would have the same license it already has, LGPL. It seems he just didn't want to release the source yet in order to polish everything. After all 21.01 is an alpha version and there is also some trouble with compiling it on some platforms.
First official 7zip package for Linux released but no source code? https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/software/7-zip-developer-releases-the-first-official-linux-version/
Need to forward some ports to your KVM virtual machines? This script might prove useful. https://github.com/doccaz/kvm-scripts/blob/master/qemu-hook-script
If you want good copy/write speeds with USB flash drives on both Windows and Linux machines format flash drive as btrfs and install WinBtrfs driver for Windows machine. There is no real need to make subvolumes, just format is important. WinBtrfs driver is open source: https://github.com/maharmstone/btrfs
Now that the new OnionShare has better command line support, I just wrote a guide explaining how to run your own anonymous Tor dropbox on a Raspberry Pi. Check it out: https://micahflee.com/2021/02/onionshare-anonymous-dropbox-raspberry-pi/
If you have any leaks, load this URL in Tor Browser to send them my way: http://vxat6yszh7o5r2fxzvibxsb4lmfi6yzudobn3o3yz2vhvue3z2xmbqid.onion
You don't even need registration to play, and you can play with friends without registering
(yes, the website is horrendous)
Enables broadcast or hotline service via Signal. This is different from regular Signal groups in important ways:
- broadcast: only the admins can send messages, which are sent to all users
- hotline: messages are only sent between a user and the admins who respond; nobody else gets them.
You can set-up your own:
Microsoft repository installed on all raspberry pies, you can switch to other OS other than Raspberry OS (previously Raspbian) or you can take other steps to remove it. Make sure somehow to notify Raspberry OS devs that this is not ok. More on this reddit post (from teddit mirror):
If someone already doesn't know about it: