I'm grateful to the #HardenedBSD community for pulling together to help replace bits of our aging hardware.
The help and support you're giving to the project puts a much-needed smile on my face.
For all the DWM admiring Linux hipsters our there ;-) . The suckless site has a nice list of "stuff that rocks". Basically an index of small, efficient applications they like.
Ugh... not sure what's going on, but it looks like my desktop is rushing to get rid of its magic smoke. So I guess I'm going to have to pause work on my dfbeadm for DragonFly while I collect funds and parts to house a TALOS2 and maybe TR2 system.
Maybe I should get a simple AIO system too that only ever runs "stable" releases, so I don't run into this issue as much.
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So.. I got an email today from System76 about an "open computer" and a link to a page that simply states "it's coming". I have no idea what to make of this, considering their history of marketing things with a focus on freedom and open-ness in the past but only having Nvidia dGPU options as far as I recall.
I'm really hoping it turns out to be something aas cool as iit sounds, might actually buy it in that case.
Reading the SROP paper again. Looks like #HardenedBSD's strong ASLR implementation will make successful SROP attacks _much_ more difficult since we randomize the VDSO. Additionally, opting in to shared library load order randomization will make SROP-based payloads less effective. It's going to be really difficult to find a sigreturn gadget on HardenedBSD.
We still need a proper SROP mitigation, which can be achieved by signal cookies stored and verified in the kernel.
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I really wish I'd been able to limp back over to "The Temple of Bliss" for another tantric massage, I don't know what it was, but Irina made me feel better than I have in years, like weights I didn't even know I carried were cut free. It was a truly otherworldly experience, and she's a fascinating person to boot. Hopefully I'll be able to go back and spend some more time with her before too long. Or find someone else that can make me feel as great, that'd be better I think
Anyone have an apartment available in Berlin? I'm looking for something below 800eur/mo warm. Small is fine, but it would need to have no roommates and be long-term (min 3 years for a sublet).
I prefer North/East parts of the city, close to or even inside the Ringbahn. I work in Prenzlauer Berg and like to go out along the U8 so easy access to either would be fantastic.
Read this. This article pretty summarizes what I see every day. And when I criticize it, half of the audience doesn't understand my point. They are simply to young and grew up with smart phones and fast lines.
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