#introductions Hello Fediverse. My name is Emanuel - i am an 80's computer kid. Worked in IT since the middle of the 1990's, mostly in eCommerce and video games. I have a burning passion for: my family and kids, programming, digital content creation, demoscene (my handle is "tubo") , IT security and privacy protection, system tinkering and hacking, video game system hardware and many things more. Author of the Retrochecker video game collector app ( @retrochecker ) and the HAM GBA devkit.
"We find that Zoom has “rolled their own” encryption scheme, which has significant weaknesses. In addition, we identify potential areas of concern in Zoom’s infrastructure, including observing the transmission of meeting encryption keys through China."
Move Fast & Roll Your Own Crypto: A Quick Look at the Confidentiality of Zoom Meetings - The Citizen Lab
Does Zoom use end-to-end encryption? - https://blog.cryptographyengineering.com/2020/04/03/does-zoom-use-end-to-end-encryption/
Oh no. #followerpower my old but awesome MBP17 (2011 model) no longer boots and displays colored stripes. Is this a loose GFX chip? Was broken after a long car ride. Anyone ran into this ?
I am currently writing a list of good #FreeSoftware solutions for #remote #working in the @fsfe wiki:
I still need to polish the wording but if you already have input for me about what is missing, more sources or any other feedback is very welcome.
Just focus please on software that in particular facilitates remote working not any other usual work-procedures.
Folks, something completely different: Can anyone recommend a goot development environment for the #Linux terminal or usable through #ssh that comes close to #sublimetext or #atom? Most specifically, I am looking for things such as project support, integration of #git / #subversion and a modestly pleasant out-of-the-box experience (don't want to have to spend too much time on crafting custom configurations). Does such a thing exist...? Any recommendations?
Bubbly Filament Works Better Than You Think - Normally bubbles appearing in your extruded filament would be considered a bad sign, but it turns ... more: https://hackaday.com/2020/02/17/bubbly-filament-works-better-than-you-think/ #3dprintedrcplane #3dprinterhacks #expandingfoam #cnckitchen #filament
You’re going to want this latest version of Firefox, trust us - Mozilla has pushed out an update to patch a critical vulnerability in Firefox. It’s urging users to ... more: https://thenextweb.com/security/2020/01/10/upgrade-firefox-critical-vulnerability/ #security
TESLA PowerWall 2 Security Shenanigans https://github.com/hackerschoice/thc-tesla-powerwall2-hack
Everything is broken. As relevant as ever, read this article on ITSec if you haven‘t already. https://medium.com/message/everything-is-broken-81e5f33a24e1
Passionate computer geek. First 8Bitter in 1986. Grew up hacking game consoles and writing emulators, worked in eCommerce, publishing and video game industries.
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