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[618 updates]
# run this to follow @freemor in the app
[12 days ago]
From the URIs being requested it looks like someone is going after Magento instances
[12 days ago]
Wow! seeing a crap ton of scanning for some new Vuln. from very distributed IPs looks like someone is building thenselves a botnet.
[3 weeks ago]
Liked the term so much I wrote a blog entry for it: http://freemor.ca/2019/08/21-the-sheeplenet
[3 weeks ago]
It will also allow me to say things like "No, No, I'm all over the Internet. I just don't go on the Sheeplenet."
[3 weeks ago]
Why the new term? Because today I relaized that my aversion to the Sheeplenet means that I am gonna be damn near impossible to Phish.
[3 weeks ago]
Sheeplenet: Refers to Google, FaceBook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Amazon, etc. Basically the things that 90+% of the population are thinking of when they say Internet.
[3 weeks ago]
Was wondering when I switched to my flip phone.. So I did: grep -i flip twtxt.txt Just another way #twtxt wins over twitter/FB/Etc.
[3 weeks ago]
@gil Yep it works :) Welcome aboard
[1.4 months ago]
@mdosch I was responding to a comment by @cmaughan
[1.4 months ago]
@adiabetic That's when you point it out on both of their "Talk" pages and then watch then duke it out.
[1.4 months ago]
Mentions expanding to <Name URL> is a feature as it gives you all the info needed to follow a person that somone else mentions.
[1.5 months ago]
Wow big influx of new people to #twtxt. Greetings and Welcome to all!
[1.9 months ago]
Which is why I built myself a small SBC based MID (Mobile Internet Device) years ago. All the power of linux at my fingertips. None of the crap. And Way cheaper then a smartphone.
[1.9 months ago]
@tx LOL great analogy.. But the "tech" of smartphones is available in a much more libre, much less expensive form factor, namely SBCs
[1.9 months ago]
Even more validation of my smartphone free, Text centric way of being: http://nautil.us/issue/52/the-hive/modern-media-is-a-dos-attack-on-your-free-will
[1.9 months ago]
@gbmor then you'll really love the insights from this article. https://arstechnica.com/?p=1539027
[2.0 months ago]
People that wonder why I use mostly w3m/links for browsing shoud read "My browser, the spy: How extensions slurped up browsing histories from 4M users" https://arstechnica.com/?p=1531629
[2.1 months ago]
@mdosch It should be noted that IRC is federated (servers talk to servers) just not across "IRC Networks". And XMPP does sometimes require bouncers (just server side) to deal with spambots and asshats that will exploit you...
[2.2 months ago]
@mdosch I'm a big fan of XMPP too. Ran my own server for years. Guess I just see XMPP and IRC as two different things. XMPP -> Hanging with friends, IRC -> local pub/comminuty center/coffee shop
[2.3 months ago]
Yep, long term plan is to monetize Bittorrnet protocol and turn in into just another CDN for the big media folks. Hope if flops hard.
[2.3 months ago]
Uck. looks like my other concern around "Bittorrent Speed" may be well founded.. Straight from the Bittorrent site: "BitTorrent (BTT) allows content creators to connect with their audience, earn and spend digital currency without a middleman."
[2.3 months ago]
@mdom thanks for #termpub
[2.3 months ago]
Bittorrent Speed: Bittorrent software with a UUID built in. MPAA/ACE/RIAA will love this. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Torrentfreak/~3/25L5wTpm0lE/
[2.3 months ago]
@mdosch WeeChat lets me use IRC mobile. Have an instance on my home server running 24/7 that I can connect to with either SSH or a weechat mobile client. (in my case mostly SSH) But the mobile client is nice. I just no lon...
[2.4 months ago]
LOL... Logs are fun. Someone muffed their UserAgent: "Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_12_4) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) \t\t\tChrome/55.0.2883.95 Safari/537.36"
[2.4 months ago]
@tx Thanks, Amazon was the last to go. Being fairly rural it is hard to find a lot of stuff locally. But they are just too dispicable a company for me to continue to use.
[2.5 months ago]
SuperBowlers coming in with increasing dbs perhaps it'll be a Skip kind of day today as well.
[2.5 months ago]
The skip was insane today. Nice QSO with 370 in Ottawa, Ontario. Thats ~ 680km as the crow flies.
[2.6 months ago]
Edit file to correct is one of #twtxt's best features :)
[2.6 months ago]
@nonlinear got your rough QHT from your Callsign. That'd be an amazing QSL if we could work it. We've got the whole contenent between us.
[2.6 months ago]
@nonlinear 11m is license free.. You can probably pick up a nice CB rig for not too much. Throw up a half wave dipole. And then grumble about the fact that it's the solar minimum. :D
[2.6 months ago]
@nonlinear No MUC that I know of but there is the #twtxt irc channel on Freenode.
[2.6 months ago]
@nonlinear I'll try to remember to announce when the skip is up and I'm TXing. I last studied for mt Ham license way back where there was only the one and CW was a requirement. I was too young so school, l...
[2.6 months ago]
That may change in the future if I decide to join one of the 11m DXing groups like 9-TC. I've heard some of the 9-TC crew out there but haven't managed to QSL any of them yet.
[2.6 months ago]
@nonlinear if you have an 11 meter capable rig. I'm usually on 27.3850 LSB when the skip is good as "350 Newbrunswick Canada"
[2.6 months ago]
@nonlinear Not a Ham (yet), just gettng back into 11meter CB stuff (AM/SSB) right now. QRP DXing is loads of fun. On the Ham side CW would probably interest me most.
[2.7 months ago]
Greets @nonlinear! My, my, all these new people It's good to see more people coming in.
[2.7 months ago]
@mushmouth Not sure what you meant by "not showing my username correctly". Since your nick shouldn't be in your twtxt.txt file. Where is it not showing correctly? what do you mean by correctly?
[2.7 months ago]
Greetings @deepend
[2.7 months ago]
@mushmouth Your twtxt.txt file should have <timestamp> <comment> lines in it and perhaps some other metedata in comments at the top
[2.8 months ago]
@adiabetic What is an "Elephant modifier" and why should I block it? :D
[2.8 months ago]
@robbinaer I know the feeling I've got 3 SBCs in use and 2 waiting to be made into something. The RPi 4 is interesting. Even if it doesn't run a libre stack.
[3.0 months ago]
Added rule to my log watcher. Exim worm attempts now get IP banned. Just don't need the noise in my logs, or the wasted bandwidth.
[3.0 months ago]
Ah, First attempts to exploit the exim flaw in my logs. That didn't take long. Too bad for them I'm not vulnerable.
[3.0 months ago]
Amazon account canceled! \o/ I am now Completely GAFAM free. Feels good.
[3.3 months ago]
@lahvak interesting article thanks for posting it,
[3.4 months ago]
Excellent DX tonight. Hot Springs, Arkansas. Thats 2500KM \o/
[3.4 months ago]
Antenna (dipole) up to the desired height... And made my first Dx contact 1000 KM \o/ not bad for a 4 watt rig. Channel 38 LSB was hopping today.
[3.5 months ago]
WWDC live blogged on #twtxt?! Go @adiabetic
[3.7 months ago]
@gbmor #getwtxt looks pretty sweet I'll have to play around with the live instance when I gat a chance
[3.7 months ago]
Welcome to Twtxt @gbmor
[3.7 months ago]
Mostly for bookmarking purposes, but cool none the less: http://kobol.io/helios4/
[3.8 months ago]
Just learned the finer points of w3m's tabs function. Between that and CTRL-Z the number of VTs I need to have on the go is steadily dropping.
[3.9 months ago]
@kas , Cool thanks for sharing Shizaru
[4.0 months ago]
@adiabetic It might be that wget is honouring robots.txt (which is its default). but hat can be changed.
[4.1 months ago]
@mk Never saw what needed fixing :)
[4.1 months ago]
@von I find posing here goes in cycles depending on whats going on in my life. Although for me this is my 1 social media thing.
[4.2 months ago]
or maybe: grep twtxt.txt /var/log/lighttpd/access.log | cut -d\" -f6 | sort | uniq
[4.2 months ago]
Something like: grep twtxt.txt /var/log/lighttpd/access.log | awk '{ print $(NF-1)" "$NF }' | sort | uniq Would give you a quick and dirty look.
[4.2 months ago]
@mr_woggle twtxt really doesn't support that. But You could check server logs to get some idea. Some clients Include the requesters twtxt URI in the UserAgent String
[4.2 months ago]
Good skip tonight. Even before gray-line. Lots of LSB action on Chan. 38.
[4.2 months ago]
lots more too: curl https://wttr.in/:help
[4.2 months ago]
Probably been posted here days gone by but: https://wttr.in Cool for CLI junkies because: curl https://wttr.in/~<supported city> gives ascii art 3 day weather for <supported city>
[4.2 months ago]
@mk Re: Grey-line.. Nice article here on "Working the grey-line": http://www.qsl.net/w2vtm/grayline
[4.2 months ago]
@mk The "incel" comminity is a terrible thing to get sucked in to, as demonstrated by the second paragraph on: https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Incel
[4.3 months ago]
Looks like sporadic-e skip today! All channels busy, LSB on channel 38 full of DX'ers Man, I really need to get my dipole up to it's proper height.
[4.4 months ago]
SunSpot AR2740 is coming around for a second go and still very active. Radio will be interesting for the next little while.
[4.5 months ago]
Yup, actually happened
[4.5 months ago]
You know that your living fairly rural when your wife comes back from her afternoon walk and says, "I saw a moose!"
[4.6 months ago]
All my feeds are quiet today. Makes for a nice relaxing day.
[4.6 months ago]
Morning chores done.. Time for a bit of Relax.
[4.7 months ago]
Since I mentioned my mobile CB, here is what I'm using as a base station: http://www.cbradiomagazine.com/Radio%20Reviews/Realistic%20TRC-480/Realistic%20TRC-480.htm
[4.8 months ago]
Story about the takedown: https://arstechnica.com/?p=1496363
[4.8 months ago]
The iFixit teardown of the Galaxy Fold that Samsung doesn't what you to see: https://web.archive.org/web/20190425075411/https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Samsung+Galaxy+Fold+Teardown/122600
[4.8 months ago]
@mk Most CB radios don't show freq. but 23 or 40 designated channels. https://www.hamradio.me/charts/cb-radio-frequencies.html My mobile (Midland 85-722) has the ability to show either but even in freq. mode will o...
[4.8 months ago]
Sadly I can't try talking back because they hang out on channel 9. Reserved for emerg. here
[4.8 months ago]
Caught some nice "Grey-line" skip from Peurto Rico this time. CB is fun.
[4.8 months ago]
@kas I can not connect to the URL you mention either.
[4.8 months ago]
@kas My following file has the URI as https://twtxt.rosaelefanten.org/ but that 404s
[4.9 months ago]
@lahvak Nice article thanks for posting it.
[4.9 months ago]
@tux0r It (ksh2020) is opensource. Fork it from before EBCDIC was taken out. them merge upstream changes you like. Build. Problem solved
[5.0 months ago]
@mk I'm in the same boat ShortWave wise. All I currently have is one of those handcranked portable emergency am/fm/sw radios. But That can change. :)
[5.0 months ago]
@mk the R-1000 looks nice. I'd miss having the BFO tho. You can get a retractable clip-on (clips on to the whip on your handheld) for pretty cheap. That way you can put it up while listening and then take it down a...
[5.0 months ago]
Probably Cuba or Dominican Republic
[5.0 months ago]
Just caught some very cool greyline skip. Not sure were from but very spanish speaking and different rules because they were on channel 9 (which here is reserved for emergencies).
[5.0 months ago]
@mk Plus I'd want a unit with a BFO to listen to side band.
[5.0 months ago]
@mk ShortWave or something else. My CB (11Meter) playings have me pineing for some SWL action but would have to convince wife to let me put up yet another antenna.
[5.0 months ago]
@mk You might also find http://spacew.com/www/realtime.php useful
[5.0 months ago]
@mk Oh, Glad it was useful to more people then myself. I'm looking to chase skip on the 11m band. How is it useful to you?
[5.1 months ago]
More then you probably ever wanted to know about HF propagation: http://www.sws.bom.gov.au/Educational/5/2/2 (Mostly bookmarking for myself)
[5.5 months ago]
@kas Sounds like it'll be loads of fun. Malls, sports bars, Etc Etc, You could really drive people batty at an Off track betting place.. lol (I'd exit the premisis quickly on that last one)
[5.5 months ago]
RE: TV-B-Gone Cute... Have Fun.. Olny thing missing is a way to make it do a fake incoming message alert sound so it looks more convincing when you pull it out of your pocket.
[5.5 months ago]
@kas Very cool re: wiPhone.. I'll have to check that out more when I have a bit of time,
[5.5 months ago]
@kas Re: liberland. Blank page for me. Guess people with text base browsers aren't invited. (Even viewing the source doesn't help. :(
[5.6 months ago]
@adiabetic Re: IE - \o/ glad to see the back of it.. Flash Next (2020). Then We just need to find a way to kill JS.
[5.7 months ago]
Just saving this for future reference: https://www.ibiblio.org/harris/500milemail.html
[5.7 months ago]
just Plain Evil. Don't trust OfficeDepot/Max. ever. https://arstechnica.com/?p=1482591
[5.7 months ago]
@adiabetic good catch, That'd be a bug you should submit a BR or a patch/PR to fix that. :)
[5.7 months ago]
@mk did you want us to chenge just the nick or the URI as well
[5.8 months ago]
just read about Googles plans for "AMP". Great going Google, this is a spammers wet dream come true. Let the phishing and infections commence
[5.8 months ago]
@von Thanks re: line. I took a look and I'm not seeing any wierdness at least not with vim.
[5.8 months ago]
@von What is the last post #twtxt sees.. must be that line or the next that causes the issue.
[5.8 months ago]
@von Hmmm.. that must be a bug in #twtxt. Question is what in my feed is driving it batty.
[5.8 months ago]
@von and looking in older logs I'm seeing successful pulls going all the way back to the 17th
[5.8 months ago]
@von I'm seeing a slew of succeccful twtxt pulls from you today... Is the problem fixed?
[5.9 months ago]
@von very strange. what error are you getting when you try to fetch
[6.0 months ago]
@kas Thanks for the heads up. Fixed, bad regex on a rule.
[6.1 months ago]
Last bit for CB base station ordered.. Soon I'll be 10-8, 10-10, on the side.
[6.3 months ago]
@tux0r Yeah, My XMPP server was retired last year due to too little use to make the up keep seem worthwhile. Replaced by Tox.
[6.4 months ago]
Getting close to having my CB Base and Mobile all ready to go. Soon there be some retro AM/LSB/USB fun.
[6.7 months ago]
There are 10 kinds of people in the world. Those that understand binary, and those that don't
[7.0 months ago]
@von That sucks! sorry to hear that happened. You'll just have to wire a 200,000V voltage ladder to the case of the next one. (not really but it would be fun if it weren't illegal)
[7.1 months ago]
Bookmarking for future reference ('cause good info on this is hard to find): https://www.seanet.com/~karllunt/sdlocker2.html
[7.1 months ago]
I've started switching jobs with ctrl-z. It official I live in VT land.
[7.5 months ago]
Just learned about: https://www.antiprism.ca - Looks like a potentially interesting Project.
[7.6 months ago]
@von re:nexxo All I get in my text based browser is a bunch promotional buzz word speak. Tells me nothing I need to know (how it works? privacy policy? E2E?). The poor design of the site and the lack of clear meaning...
[7.6 months ago]
Got i2p-bote running. \o/ another privacy win!
[7.7 months ago]
and this is why humans and the enviroment are doomed: https://arstechnica.com/?p=1447175
[7.8 months ago]
@kas Re: NGI Great idea but that sites makes my brain hurt with all the promotional speak and the total lack of whitepaper/RFC/Etc. type documentation. I'll keep an eye on it tho.
[7.8 months ago]
@von I feel ya re: "Need to finish that...", I have a "Why CLI" blog entry thats been hanging in the wings for far too long.
[7.9 months ago]
@bt_tenk Welcome to #Twtxt
[8.1 months ago]
@von RE: crawl SS. Keep at it. It is a challenging but rather rewarding game.
[8.1 months ago]
@metamurks Thanks for mentioning #Gnubee hadn't heard of them before.
[8.2 months ago]
Hmmm... looking at my logs it looks like the current spam storm is designed to bypass standard greylisting techniques. Luckily I don't use those. But stll, It's gonna be no fun for those that are.
[8.3 months ago]
@von My point was more that if they were to freak out about sniffing the they are doing their OpSec wrong. Sniffing is trivial (very low bar). Passive sniffing is invisible (no way to detect). A networks sensitive d...
[8.3 months ago]
@von 'Not connected to anything' is one of the sweetest ways to packet sniff. At least if you have a proper WiFi chipset that still supports monitor mode.
[8.3 months ago]
@von Just edit the UI and SSID to 'Kitten Box'. No-one ever worries about a kitten box.
[8.3 months ago]
Even active packet sniffing (ARP poisoning/etc) is pretty dead easy too. But that SHOULD light the machine doing it up like a christmas tree down in the IT department.
[8.3 months ago]
@von I hope it doesn't cause you any grief. Because, seriously, any Linux maching running tcpdump is a packet sniffer. Passive packet sniffing is really trivial.
[8.5 months ago]
@von congrats on the new domain.
[8.6 months ago]
@metamurks Oh What have they done to Solderng irons.. It boesn't need to be that complex :/ A SPST and a potentiometer are about as fancy as it needs to get.
[8.7 months ago]
@kas I fell in love with ssh tunnels years ago. Who needs a VPN when you got SSH.
[8.8 months ago]
welcome to #twtxt @dryusdan
[8.9 months ago]
@metamurks ...and you too.. and everyone else. May 2019 be a fantastic year for all twtxt'ers
[9.1 months ago]
After becoming increasingly distrustful of keybase (way, way too many remote libs pulled during build. way to huge for what it does, way too resource hungry) Finding Google Firebase analytics (spyware) in the android client was the last straw. My keyba...
[9.1 months ago]
@von first party yea! Second part hopefully Yea! as well.
[9.2 months ago]
@von re: intercepted API request... Hacking is always fun. :)
[9.3 months ago]
Wow! spam attempts are way, way up in the last 24H. Christmas push I guess.
[9.3 months ago]
I definitely consider Hawkpost as a hidden gem.
[9.3 months ago]
@von Glad you found it. For those of us that like Encrypted mail it removes the complaint of others that setting up encryption at their end is too hard.
[9.4 months ago]
[9.5 months ago]
[9.6 months ago]
@von Naaaw, it's nice to see a bit more action here on #twtxt
[9.7 months ago]
@von Ah... mastodon bot. I was thinking something more generic bot wise :)
[9.7 months ago]
@von Nice article on twtxt. :) What was your bot up to that warrented a complaint? Are you aware of txtnish and other twtxt clients?
[9.7 months ago]
Always fun teasing apart a virus that someone tried to spam me with. Sometimes interesting, often meh. But almost always fairly low detection rates on Virustotal.
[9.7 months ago]
@von cynlvat5jvgu8pbqrf3vf1nyjnlf8sha.
[9.7 months ago]
@von Fun execrise, thanks
[9.8 months ago]
[10.1 months ago]
Sorry about the mess.. now fixed
[10.1 months ago]
@metamurks I too am licenseless. Know What you mean about feeling like an outcast at times. Why "wont to the license in the future"?
[10.1 months ago]
... phone # as identifier is a horrible idea from both a privacy and security standpoint. Especially with SIM Swapping becoming a major issue for SMS 2FA.
[10.1 months ago]
... It would also slow down any malicious hacker that got ahold of the database. I'll avoid that program like the plague just because it uses phone #s. Same reason I've never played with #KonTalk.
[10.1 months ago]
@kas Advantage of hashing the phone # (especially with something strong like PBKDF2) Would be that people feel more comfortable that this wasn't just a way to collect a ton of phone #s
[10.3 months ago]
@reednj Yes, there is a core group of dedicated #twtxt'ers
[10.3 months ago]
@kas Thanks for the heads up on those Ted talks.. Look interesting, will definitely have to give them a gander.
[10.6 months ago]
@skingrapher can someone cross compile them for you on a newer machine and ship you the binaries
[10.7 months ago]
@skingrapher you might also like BlazeBlogger: http://blaze.blackened.cz/
[11.2 months ago]
@tx I care... but nodoby listens. It's not just people, I can't tell you how many website force me to pull tons of JS just to look at a text article.
[11.2 months ago]
My concern was more for "average users" (what ever that is) Who would have a cam and be unaware that From: is meaningless
[11.2 months ago]
@mdosch Yep, I'm in the same boat. Laptop doesn't even have a webcam, I'm not on any social media accounts (that they clain to hav stolem contacts from) etc.
[11.3 months ago]
Sextortion spammers are taking a new tact. Remind your friends and aquaintances that the From: header is entirely spoofable and proves nothing.
[11.6 months ago]
So I remember it: bsdtar -xf some.pkg.tar.xz -C / --ignore='.*' - To manually install a Parabola/Archlinux package.
[11.6 months ago]
@tux0r What? ew! No. vi is the standard text editor. :)
[11.8 months ago]
I have my ssh server available on several ports just for such situations
[11.9 months ago]
@kas Did more digging after your response Seems to have something to do with the cipher suite. If I go bare bones FF based browser it works. anything with hardened prefs seems to fail.
[11.9 months ago]
Shocker! <scarcasm> The gig economy is bad for people and society: https://arstechnica.com/?p=1381001
[11.9 months ago]
Actually make that a screen of JS with a thin HTML wrapper. Sorry, if they can't even make a site that drops to plain HTML (even if just to say turn on JS) I am not trusting their security creds.
[11.9 months ago]
@kas Re: email security grader.. xlink -> invalid cert (can't load), ok try w3m -> invalid cert. Ok proceed anyway -> screen of raw HTML. I'm gonna trust these guys to tell me if my email is secure?
[12.0 months ago]
[1.0 year ago]
... But then I hark back to the days where you could look over and seee the status of CPU registers by the blinkin lights
[1.0 year ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> UltraBright leds == No, Blinkin lights == Yes!. Can't tell you how much the current trend of laptops with 0 status leds bothers me.
[1.0 year ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> One of the reasons I've given up on smart phones. They are becoming increasingly hostile to rooting and custom firmware with each ittteration.
[1.0 year ago]
@kas Woohoo! then my website is way ahead of the curve.. (agreed he must be young.)
[1.0 year ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> I don't think many fallow that any more.. I think most cap it at about 1024 now.
[1.0 year ago]
As Fiber is coming online the async side of things is disappearing or at least becoming a lot less noticable.
[1.0 year ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> I agree about ISPs but for different reasons. Port Forwarding is Trivial, so I don't see NAT as a big issue. But ISPs used to offer much more, personal webspace, e-mail accounts on servers that they ran, usenet acce...
[1.0 year ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> well said.
[1.0 year ago]
People need to wake up to the fact that barring hostile firewalls, every computer on the Internet can be a (git|ssh|http|smtp|ftp|murmur|xmpp|rsync|ldap|imap|pop|...) server.
[1.0 year ago]
Also trying to make the "web" completely P2P just wont scale and would be terribly hostile to people with limited bandwidth. Education is what is needed...
[1.0 year ago]
@enkiv2 The "web" is already decentralized. Peoples use of it is not. It is trivial to set up an HTTP server. people just don't do it.
[1.0 year ago]
@nblade I thought Everyone groked what a kludge was. :)
[1.1 years ago]
@tx A browser is a UserAgent. It should serve the needs of the User and No one else. Any browser that doesn't allow me to protect my privacy OOTB is IMHO a betrayal of the user.
[1.1 years ago]
@kas Re: Dweb - JS, WebRTC, P2P.. G'aaaa! It seems like a lot of wasted cycles/bandwidth/etc Just to save users from having to forward ports 80 and 443 (or any port for that matter if they know hot to :<port>)
[1.1 years ago]
@metamurks Kermit... there a program I not heard since.... <In my best Obi'Wan Voice>
[1.1 years ago]
@71m Welcome back to the Mutt crowd :)
[1.1 years ago]
@mdosch @tux0r I couldn't live without vi/vim. Its always one of my first installs on a new system. For me "Using vim is a lifestyle" :)
[1.1 years ago]
Still here, just busy with people visiting and such.
[1.1 years ago]
The ACLU is doing some clever and highly effective work: https://arstechnica.com/?p=1349637 Way to go!
[1.1 years ago]
@skingrapher or you could join the fun over on #Parabola
[1.1 years ago]
@metamurks odd I do the JS/CF thing in Surf often as it is my main GUI browser
[1.1 years ago]
@metamurks Depending on your method of blocking JS. You can re-enable JS right before hitting the "submit" button for the token. (provided your re-enable JS doesn't reload the page... sadly some do)
[1.1 years ago]
@metamurks I see that on a just a couple of sites usuallt for me it's uBlock Origin blocking something needed from the origional site.
[1.1 years ago]
@metamurks Fun Fact, if you disable JS for the CF Captchas they are much less annoying.
[1.1 years ago]
@kas the whynohttps.com folks don't seem to understand whynocloudflare :/
[1.1 years ago]
@skingrapher I switched my Parabola installs to OpenRc and Love it. I've never been against systemd, But being on OpenRC just feels cleaner.
[1.2 years ago]
P2P and blockchain are both interesting and useful technologies but in many cases they do not scale well and both are prone to being bandwidth heavy.
[1.2 years ago]
@metamurks the gerenal consenses is thaaat IPFS is not ready for prime time. And IMHO it may never be
[1.2 years ago]
@nblade Don't knbow but both accounts were SDF accounts. so..... ???
[1.2 years ago]
the same thing happened for my pkill9 entry but don't know the correct URL or if pkill9 is even still about
[1.2 years ago]
nblade's correct follow info is: nblade http://nblade.sdf.org/twtxt/twtxt.txt
[1.2 years ago]
somehow my following url for nblade got truncated to just sdf.org... fixed now.. others may want to check.
[1.2 years ago]
And far far too many services are secure (e2e encrypted) but not anonymous. Governments often care more about patterns of association then they do content
[1.2 years ago]
Hmmm.. Is the whole "going dark / need backdoors" thing an intentional distraction from awareness about the need for anonymity. I so rarely hear people taking about the importance on anonymity.
[1.2 years ago]
@71m Nice Blog post. Thanks for shareing it.
[1.2 years ago]
Hmm.. but I do lie about the useragent (because of other STUPID sites that refuse to talk to "Not A new enough browser"). So maybe not just check the useragent.
[1.2 years ago]
Seriously How hard is it to look at useragent. Send text only, no JS version of site.
[1.2 years ago]
And while I'm at it. Cloudflare, Get off you collective asses and make your challenges work in text only browsers or get the hell out of my way.
[1.2 years ago]
Hmm.. Seems that for me God's biggest dick move was creating CloudFlare.
[1.2 years ago]
WB @tx
[1.2 years ago]
Wohoo it works
[1.2 years ago]
Testing my auto commit and push of my twtxt file (because backups are a good thing)
[1.2 years ago]
@kas mano sounds interesting but 0 links to any software (at least with a txt browser.. I'll check with a js thinggy)
[1.2 years ago]
'Cause you shouldn't need Firefox to run a text based browser.
[1.2 years ago]
I take it back after looking into if further Brow.sh is a hideous hack that deserves a quick death.
[1.2 years ago]
interesting.... https://www.brow.sh/ -- but nodejs <sigh> I don't want no F'n nodejs
[1.2 years ago]
wttr.in is working ok here. at least right now. I'll watch as the day goes on
[1.2 years ago]
wow! turn my back for 5 minutes and it gets busy in here. :)
[1.2 years ago]
@tux0r it sounds like you were thinking the Linux Foundation was something more like the Softwae freedom Conservancy https://sfconservancy.org/
[1.2 years ago]
@tux0r Software freedom and open source are two completely separate but related things. Nowhere in it's mission statement does the Linux foundation make mention of Software freedom. They are basically about... "let...
[1.2 years ago]
Just so I have the links for later: https://carcoa.ca - #yummy
[1.2 years ago]
Server is back online
[1.2 years ago]
@dave Wow, that is some highly readable code. Warms my heart to see it.. And Comments galore Nice. This is the way I was taught to code. Glad to see it isn't dead.
[1.2 years ago]
@dave I still use abook. But I'll definitely take a look.
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[1.2 years ago]
Oppps fixed thois two URL so they work now.
[1.2 years ago]
Or the list of Blocked IP's http://freemor.ca/~freemor/DisDis.txt
[1.2 years ago]
@mdosch re:404's Yep that and a lot more. I have a script that blocks IP's doing malicious stuff. You can see the breakdown by country http://freemor.ca/~freemor/Dis_blocked.txt
[1.2 years ago]
Hardcoded passwords aare bad enough, hanging on to them for 'Compatibility' is just Tragic. https://isc.sans.edu/diary/rss/23774
[1.2 years ago]
Hmm.. isteresting court decision.. Could have far reaching ramifications. https://curia.europa.eu/jcms/upload/docs/application/pdf/2018-06/cp180081en.pdf
[1.3 years ago]
Since I moved my httpd to 80/443, Oh so many bots scanning. Had a bit of fun Picking apart and tracking down a Satori attempt (apparently Satori has gone full Worm recently)
[1.3 years ago]
The "I'm still here... just busy." tweet so people don't think I fell off the Net.
[1.3 years ago]
@skingrapher I thought the mantra was: Never #GAFAM, #GAFAM never. I've been managing to avoid most of them (Amazon is the sticking point when you a rural) quite well.
[1.3 years ago]
Love Errors like this: "warning: The echo canceller started acting funny and got slapped (reset). It swears it will behave now."
[1.3 years ago]
@71m Welcome to the #twtxt community.
[1.3 years ago]
@kas Thanks for posting the Rockweed atricle. Interesting read. Especially for a east coast Techie like me.
[1.3 years ago]
@mdosch @skingrapher Might be fixed now... forgot to update the metadata in my twtxt.txt file
[1.3 years ago]
@mdosch you and skingrapher both. (Re: falling back). Re: mpv - now that I know -vo drm will play on the framebuffer I probably will for things I don't want to keep.
[1.3 years ago]
@skingrapher perhaps manually edit the following file to make sure all references to the old URL are gone?
[1.3 years ago]
@kas not as far as I know but @skingrapher txtnish keeps picking up the old URL from someplace and sticking it back in his following file.
[1.3 years ago]
@skingrapher Weird.. I just checked #we-are-twtxt and it has the new URL so it's not getting the old one from there .. My txtnish is set to the new on in the config... hmmmm
[1.3 years ago]
@mdosch thanks for the note about Subs. I live on the CLI and thus watch such things with youtube-dl. I add the right options and grabbed the subs.
[1.3 years ago]
@skingrapher perhpas you have to unfollow to clear the old URL then re-follow?
[1.3 years ago]
Interesting stuff. Font Steganography: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~cxz/publications/fontcode.pdf
[1.3 years ago]
@mdosch Thanks for posting the video it demonstrates it rather well.. just wish there was an english version for my less polyglot friends
[1.3 years ago]
Hot off the presses.. Gory new threat out there for some routers. All the Tech Details so far: https://blog.talosintelligence.com/2018/05/VPNFilter.html
[1.3 years ago]
Anyone wishing to update my feed is now available at https://freemor.homelinux.net/~freemor/twtxt.txt via TLS
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[1.3 years ago]
@mdosch I agree on EFFail they are being way too heavy handed especially since the instant messengers they suggest as alternatives alos have issues: https://ivan.barreraoro.com.ar/signal-desktop-html-tag-injection/advisor...
[1.3 years ago]
As I suspected mostly a client side issue, and mutt comes through with Flying colors. We Told 'em years ago html in email == evil
[1.3 years ago]
[1.3 years ago]
I suspect mutt is safe :) but we will see tomorrow
[1.3 years ago]
that would explain why both s/mime and GPG. the common thread is the client and strong mention was made to "auto decrypting" clients
[1.3 years ago]
From the limited descriptions I can find it sounds much more like a client issue in mail clients that auto decrypt. I'm suspecting JS foolishness that will send the plaintext or private key back to Eve
[1.4 years ago]
Coffee - check. Snack - Check. Tunes - Check. MID - booted and ready. looks like it's hacking time.
[1.4 years ago]
today I learned about the --fake-super option on #Rsync. Now my rsync back-up of my server properly maintains ownership information of files