Do you need a DNS server without censorship and for privacy?
@Digitalcourage runs a DNS server located in Germany that doesn't log normal user requests:
👉 2a02: 2970: 1002: 0: 5054: 8aff: fe12: db49
👉 Encrypted requests DNS-over-TLS
Every wondered how broken RAM looks like? You are welcome!
This is Oscar. Oscar is a #ThinkPad t410 and part of my #basementrack setup. I’m mainly using it for SSH connections and to search for stuff on the internet. So no heavy workloads. Sadly Oscar became painfully slow with the latest releases, so I decided to replace the HDD with an SSD. Boy is that thing fast now. 🚀
And the best part: Replacing the HDD couldn't be simpler. There should be more laptops like the ThinkPad t series!
Did you know that our brains got smaller and it’s not perfectly clear why? 😱
Pictures from the #Ceph Day in Utrecht, NL (2019-07-02): https://www.flickr.com/photos/lenzgr/albums/72157709557223371
Testing release images - Call for help https://lists.debian.org/debian-cd/2019/06/msg00024.html #Debian10Buster
Want to see me uhm and ehm in my first ever video interview, forgetting about grammar and tenses… oh, and also talking about SUSE Manager, its (not so new) upstream project Uyuni, Salt, and YOMI? 😅
What was a bad idea in 1993 and didn't get any better? backdoors in encryption!
We signed a public letter, joing over 100 organizations and individuals urging the German goverment to drop this idea.
*sigh* "As an example, in our paper we demonstrate an attack against OpenSSH in which we use RAMBleed to leak a 2048 bit RSA key. However, RAMBleed can be used for reading other data as well." https://rambleed.com