Googleads is misleading people searching for #Kdenlive. Please help retweet (if you are on twitter) to stop this.
In an amicus brief filed today on behalf of leading computer security researchers, EFF asked the Supreme Court to make clear that violating terms of service isn't a crime under the CFAA https://www.eff.org/press/releases/eff-asks-supreme-court-rule-violating-terms-service-isnt-crime-under-cfaa
Update: the whole Atlassian suite is compromised, data is lost and can't be restored. We're all under a strict no-VPN-and-don't-come-to-the-office-either policy until next week at best.
Lost data can't be restored.
The former system administrator in me is laughing so hard right now.
"There's an attack underway. Outlook is compromised, Teams is compromised, the VPN is compromised. Please don't use these until further notice."
Wonder which channel will be used to notify us then, and how we can trust that notification.
Awesome Software Projects at Mastodon That I Admire
Please share yours.
❤️ KDE @kde - my computer user interface.
❤️ LibreOffice @libreoffice - my document working suite & teaching tool.
❤️ Inkscape @inkscape - my graphic design tool I use everyday.
❤️ AppImage @azubieta - my portable format to run applications across operating systems.
❤️ Tor Project @torproject - my secure & private & anonymous internet access.
❤️ GNU Jami @Jami - the new promising telephony & video call technology.
so i spent today writing a piece laying out how to write terminal apps without ncurses (and, more importantly, how to write the library that will kill ncurses for good)
this is the result of years of experience delving into dark corners of ANSI specifications, terminfo files, and hoary manpages. this is knowledge that i’ve never seen collected in one place before. please use it, i beg you.
Is your encrypted messaging as secure as you think it is? It's not an easy question to answer: https://www.the-parallax.com/2018/09/04/stop-sensitive-messages-slack/
Last week I got pretty burned out on social media and its dramatics, and the weird jacked up feeling it gives my nervous system. It's not Mastodon specifically, which is still the best social media, but social media as a whole, and the tendency to fall into a "scroll-hole" to see what's next.
So I'm pulling back a bit, to give my noggin time to be and relax. Trying to read more books and chill out by candle light with a cup o' tea or a glass o' vino a little more often.
While considering a censored version of its search service for release in China, Google has kept the public, its users, and its employees in the dark about compromises on the company’s own values that could massively affect Internet users around the world. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2018/08/google-needs-come-clean-about-its-chinese-plans
I'm trying out some Open Street Map apps as a google maps replacement. What do y'all do?
I have an old iphone currently, and don't get a new one because I don't like any of the choices. Rooting for Purism to come along...
Why should I use Tutanota instead of Gmail?
#1. Google tracks you, we don't.
#2. Google knows you inside out, we don’t.
#3. Google shares your data, we don’t.
#4. Profit maximization vs. our passion for privacy.
Read the full answer here: https://www.quora.com/Why-should-I-use-Tutanota-instead-of-Gmail/answer/Matthias-Pfau-3?srid=zNLU
Ceramist & future GNU/Linux sysadmin
Linux geeks doing what Linux geeks do...