China now blocking TLS 1.3 say Great-Firewall-watchers - And needs a very blunt instrument to do the job, because the protocol works as planned China is no... - https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2020/08/11/china_blocking_tls_1_3/
Dear #Mastodon Admins. Whats an efficient strategy to allow new user to register on my instance, but prevent the tons of bots / porn / spammer account requests? Right now, "Approval" is tough for me, as i do not have a lot of time to check, and thus dont' have the confidence that most requested accounts are actually legit people.
Important security update for Keepass is available. Especially if you use Keepass with browser integration, you should get the update immediately. https://forum.kee.pm/t/a-critical-security-update-for-keepassrpc-is-available/3040 and https://hackaday.com/2020/08/07/this-week-in-security-garmin-ransomware-keepass-and-twitter-warnings/ for more details.
@joeo10 they also do one of these adapters with 4(!) microSD slots. You could end up with a 2TB iPod that way :-). I am quite happy with my 64GB one already
@joeo10 see other replies. Have not tried myself but I read 512gb works. It’s a nice system now, I ll upgrade the storage from 64GB if I should need it.
@Shufei I read you can use 512GB cards.
Yay! Now with new battery +64GB SD card.
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Right now it looks like there are only two options to, say, buy things from an online store:
1. Use an interactive website of that store
2. Use a native app of that store
And option 2 is more intrusive than option 1. But there's a largely overlooked third option:
3. Have a common protocol for all online stores, and use a native online shopping client of your choice.
Public service announcement for my fellow privacy enthusiasts: My searx instance at https://searx.schleuss.online is now upgraded to latest version and now also includes Morty Proxy + page sanitizer, featuring:
- HTML sanitization
- Rewrites HTML/CSS external references to locals
- No Cookies forwarded
- No Referrers
- No Caching/Etag
- Supports GET/POST forms and IFrames
(it ll go private if overloaded/vandalized)
@mntmn have not checked in detail + might be overkill, but maybe there’s a Form Builder Nextcloud app for this, or you could even use a shared document people would write into directly (there’s a version history so no data loss). I have been surprised just how many use cases Nextcloud and it’s FOSS app ecosystem covers for me as of recent. (used it for many years)
@mntmn I d go for a slightly more structured approach using a web form. This way, you can collect critical taxonomy information on the content submitted, this will rapidly speed up curation. Also, different kinds of content may need different required fields. I understand you want to keep it simple, but I would structure the information a bit at creation time. There are tons of „form builder“ packages available free and non free.
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