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.

youtu.be/KffHu3M5gEY

RT @EddyVinckk@twitter.com

When employers want 10 years of experience before you turn 20

🐦🔗: twitter.com/EddyVinckk/status/

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

OMG IT FINALLY HAPPENED! QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG

🐦🔗: 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.

As many of you know I like to keep my worlds separate. I don't like bringing my work life, home or political life together. Which I have to thank the people on LR for keeping the local timeline mostly free from politics. We never stopped any decision or even had the need too. With that said I needed a place to vent about politics so I setup another instance dedicated for just that. If anyone would like to join your more than welcome. The instance is tavern.today

Sadly, it was not packaged on NixOS, so the next natural step was to write a derivation for it (NixOS name for a package). After a while, I found that I wasn't doing it in the right way but I still wanted to do it my way (added an extra couple hours). Finally, I got a working derivation and could finally start the docker-compose YAML file with podman-compose: I now have AWX running and don't know what to do next! So, quick question: am I the only one to always go for shortcuts like that? (2/2)

So it all started because I watched a video from Jeff Geerling about Ansible/AWX (youtube.com/watch?v=iKmY4jEiy_). It made me want to test AWX. First step: I started investigating the docker-compose setup he talked about in his video. Then I remembered that I wanted to use podman instead of docker (because it's supposed to be a drop-in replacement!). So I looked for a tool for that and stumbled upon podman-compose (github.com/containers/podman-c). (1/2)

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