"In a recent update, the Raspberry Pi Foundation installed a Microsoft apt repository on all machines running Raspberry Pi OS (previously known as Raspbian) without the administrator’s knowledge."
Anybody else love technology, coding, creating new systems and technology but simultaneously terrified by where things are headed? I have literally created automated systems at my job that ended up eliminating the need for human intervention. I'm a part of the problem. Fortunately the way my company has eliminated people is by simply not replacing the people who have retired. So I haven't directly caused someone to lose their job, just cost others the opportunity of having a job.
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- New York Post
Google are worried about decentralisation because it's something they can't control or profit from. Their reasoning for banning Element applies equally to every web browser, chat app, and of course Gemini browsers too. https://element.io/blog/element-on-google-play-store/
Sed and awk are part of busybox binary applet. Make sure to have them pre-installed ^.^ Also, are you root yet? ^.^
NativeSeeds.org is reaching out for donations to continue their free #seed programs. These programs benefit #indigenous families and individuals in the southwest region, as well as school and community programs. @plants
come to think of it you could probably anonymize IPs with blake and have a random salt for each log rotation.
blake has a built-in form of HMAC and if you pulled the key from /dev/urandom for each batch you wouldn’t be able to re-correlate a list of IPs to the hashes but would still be able to track IP uniqueness within a single rotation period
Also disable wps connect.
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