If you use Windows, Hardentools by Security Without Borders is worth a look. A new version was recently released.
“Hardentools is a simple utility designed to disable a number of "features" exposed by Microsoft Windows, and primary consumer applications.”
Security w/o Borders is “a collective of hackers and security professionals working towards a stronger and more secure civil society.”
Yikes, a scary email phishing attempt for this person’s GitHub credentials. Shows how using a browser web extension for your password manager can help detect this by its autofilling.
More videos in this thread, attached one of them.
So yesterday Seattle Mayor Durkan “announced that police in the city are banned from using tear gas for the next 30 days.”
And tonight the Seattle PD with the National Guard used flashbangs, pepper spray, and tear gas on us.
Short video clip attached found on Bird Site showing the start of the cops’ escalation: https://nitter.net/sean_roulette/status/1269482617759383554
Relevant Signal sticker pack for protestors:
Another angle (found on Twitter).
Why do we say #ACAB (All cops are bastards)
Fixed a broken npm module I wrote a year ago for getting the first 10 Startpage.com search results in your terminal. Now results include their 'anonymous proxy' link.
Source code: https://gitlab.com/nitrohorse/startpage-quick-search
Researchers Say They Caught an iPhone Zero-Day Hack in the Wild
“Following an exploit attempt (both successful / unsuccessful) on iOS 12 – users may notice a sudden crash of the Mail application... On iOS13, besides a temporary slowdown, it would not be noticeable.”
Until a patch is available in iOS 13.4.5,
workaround is basically don’t use Mail.app and disable mail fetching. 😬
This is interesting: in https://nextdns.io you can specify where you want your logs stored (if they’re enabled).
anarchist, privacy advocate, & software developer • he/they • ACAB • #nobot
Personal instance of nitrohorse (nitrohorse.com).