Quand vous prenez un TGV et que vous voulez utiliser le wifi
=> ouvrez la page de connexion
=> Demander l'aide du bot
=> Dites que vous avez un billet étranger
=> Voila, vous avez accès sans donner votre idenfication. Vous pouvez lancer votre vpn


I almost missed it: NixOS 21.05 is out! Again, a lot of work seems to have been placed in this release. For more information: nixos.org/manual/nixos/stable/

My lock picking kit.

All it took was two bobby pins to open a dead bolt with a lost key.

Took 2 minutes with no experience. Makes you wonder about security.

Some freecad assembly4 love. I hope this helps some people to get to grips with this tool.


The domestic robot's lidar has detected evidence of a mirror universe.

New blog post on how to integrate a comment system based on Mastodon in a Hugo static blog (this is mostly the "detailed" steps that I followed to add @carl 's comment system on my blog: kudos to him!): amnesiak.org/post/2021/01/30/h

RT @WeIcomeToNature@twitter.com


🐦🔗: twitter.com/WeIcomeToNature/st

#CVE-2021-3156 sure looks nasty: seclists.org/fulldisclosure/20

Privilege escalation through 'sudo' using a 10yo vuln, this is going to impact about every linux machine there is. #cybersecurity

Here is the derivation to anyone interested: github.com/tcheneau/mynixpkgs/
Strace, ltrace and LD_DEBUG environment variable were my friends!

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So, I wanted to open a Zed encrypt (secure) archive, but Zed encrypt was not packaged in Nixpkgs (and thus available on NixOS). I could have used a virtual machine to install the provided Debian package, but it would have been over in 30 minutes. Instead, I decided to write a derivation: library path overwrite, library preload, C code for overloading syscalls and change hardcoded path, wrapper scripts: in short, it just works! It took about ~9 hours of work. Totally worth it.

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