@firstname.lastname@example.org Man könnte die User auch dazu animieren, sich im Vorfeld mit der Updatepolitik des potenziellen Herstellers auseinanderzusetzen. Es gibt durchaus Hersteller die eine bessere Updatepolitik haben. Die stellen dann allerdings nur Smartphones her mit denen man halt nur begrenzt prollen kann, weil technisch eher im Mittelfeld. BQ ist zum Beispiel so ein Hersteller.
'I’ve met a bunch of hardware engineers and I’ve made a point about asking each of them how they feel about using a single chip for multiple users. This is, of course, the use case of the cloud. All of the hardware engineers either laugh or are horrified and the resounding reaction is “you’d be crazy to think hardware was ever intended to be used for isolating multiple users safely.”'
I have talked with a whole lot of people who told me basically: "I do not need to think about all this security. I will put my app into a container anyways." Sometimes it is pure neglect, but most of the time they are pressured into it by the team leads who will do everything to ship fast.
A reminder why blindly trusting technology is a bad thing: https://blog.trailofbits.com/2019/07/19/understanding-docker-container-escapes/
Isolating your processes by using docker (or similar techologies) is a neat thing but it does not exonerate you from implementing a solid security concept.
Trail of Bits recently completed a security assessment of Kubernetes,...Trail of Bits Blog
@email@example.com There are lists for your followers/followed accounts. They are part of your public profile. You can choose to block an account but i do not know where these will be listed.
What is all this comodity with FaceApp?
Let's summarize the whole thing bluntly:
- You gave a company access to your facial data and your name
- The company behind FaceApp is russian and thus per (american) definition evil
- Now your facial data and name is not only stored in "THE CLOUD" but you also gave the company behind FaceApp the rights to use this data for everything they want
Let me ask you: Why are you upset?
Big shoutout for #hledger, plain text accounting which can save large fees over conventional accounting software. AND at same time create sustainable access to data, rapid corrections. The alias function for account coding is awesome. Also the include function to unify or consolidate different data files is just sweet. https://plaintextaccounting.org/ and https://hledger.org
mail-tester.com is a free online service that allows you to test your emails...
Well great, looks like my mails getting flagged as spam by Google. I am hosting my own Mailserver. Any recommendations how to handle this? Is the Google postmaster program the way to go?
One thing I have to find out is: How do I get to run podman on Nico's? I think I might miss a symlink somewhere.
I have been running Nico's for a few days now and I am amazed by it. After tinkering with the main parts I am now in the process of:
- Splitting my config into subconfigs
- Setting up a repository to store these configs
Me: Go big or go home! Installs emacs
After a few errors in my configuration.nix i now have a base system with i3wm, firefox and thunderbird. So this is kind of a celebratory toot from my new system.
Going full atomic and reproducible on my notebook. Instead of Fedora Silverblue i am switching to nixOS. Wish me luck.
Time to build some containers