🌟 @PINE64 - Makers of low-price FOSS laptops, smartphones, tablets and more
🌟 @protonmail - Ad-free independent encrypted email provider
🌟 @kosa_photo - Japanese landscape and cityscape photographer
🌟 @davidrevoy - Illustrator, FOSS supporter and creator of the Pepper & Carrot libre webcomic
Someone please explain how I can manage my OTPs with the Yubikey Authenticator 'ykman' #CLI tool (now that there is a bug in the #GUI preventing normal launch. The CLI is confusing me. It says (correctly) I have slot 1 programmed on my key (multiple 2FA creds for various sites), but I can't see any way of listing or using them.
Hello Mastodon! We are looking for a consultant to write some guides on how to protect yourself from online tracking.
So if you have technical experience on the topic, know github and markdown and are capable of writing easy to follow guides for non technical audience... this is for you!
Example of guides: https://privacyinternational.org/guide-step/3952/telegram-account-settings
Terms of references and instructions to make a proposal:
Did you know that the Security Education Companion has a lesson plan builder? Organize your chosen lessons to prepare for your next security training opportunity. https://sec.eff.org/lesson-plan
Currently I have a guest network available which is blocked from having access to the #LAN. I suppose I could connect the display to this network and also block access to the internet...
I'm taking part in a #homeworking survey for my company, and one of my recommendations is for home workers to be on the company #VPN (connected to our NAS) because our home network #security can't be guaranteed, we have to rely on storing data on a proprietary cloud storage site etc.
Please share your suggested arguments for (or against) VPN for all home workers.
I seemed to have gained a lot of followers recently! Thank you and welcome 👋
For those that are new, you may not know that I've been nominated for the #HackerNoon Noonie Awards. It's the last few days to vote, and if you could it would help me out so much!
PS. Sorry for the self promotion, I promise it doesn't happen too often 😉
I forgot to toot this yesterday, but I'm doing a reddit AMA on r/privacy today! Check it out an ask me anything https://www.reddit.com/r/privacy/comments/j89kpo/im_micah_lee_director_of_infosec_for_the/
🎉 duf v0.4.0 is out, a user-friendly alternative to 'df'!
- Hide filesystems with --hide-fs
- Theme & styling options
- Auto-detects terminal theme
- Support for OpenBSD
- Support for Windows
Get this yummy tool here: https://github.com/muesli/duf 😋
**FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY**
How many times have you driven by an electronic road sign like one of these?
This is the ADDCO portable sign.
*** WARNING YOU SHOULD NEVER TAMPER WITH THESE SIGNS ***
The access panel on the sign is generally protected by a small lock, but often are left unprotected. Upon opening the access panel you can see the display electronics.
The black control pad is attached by a curly cord, with a keyboard on the face.
The App. I've just released my first short film about the rise of government surveillance during the pandemic. This is something different I've done — and I've had a great time making.
Watch full screen & use headphones!
What the bloody fuck, #apple
Forcing Protonmail to adopt in app purchases or threatening to kick their app from the store. If that's not the most Mafia thing ever…
I'm currently working on a #script to run after login, which does the following:
1. Bring down WiFi interface
2. Spoof MAC
3. Generate random word
4. Change hostname to random word
3. Bring up WiFi interface
4. Connect to VPN
Currently written in Bash, but despite the hostname changing successfully when the script runs, running 'hostname' afterwards outputs default hostname...