RT @massonpj@twitter.com: Just finished setting up at and bumped into friends from @RocketChat@twitter.com, @gabriel_engel@twitter.com and
@geekgonecrazy@twitter.com.

Thanks for all your support over the years and hope to see you at the 20th Anniversary party, "Cupcakes and Chronicles" on Monday night.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/massonpj/status/10

RT @RocketChat@twitter.com: Rocket.Chat has arrived in Raleigh, North Carolina for @AllThingsOpen@twitter.com!
Our Lead Cloud Architect Aaron Ogle and CEO Gabriel Engel will be here until 23 October and would love to meet you to talk all things and !

🐦🔗: twitter.com/RocketChat/status/

RT @RocketChat@twitter.com: Rocket.Chat will be @AllThingsOpen@twitter.com from 21-23 October in Raleigh, North Carolina!
Our Lead Cloud Architect Aaron Ogle will be there along with CEO Gabriel Engel, and they would love to meet you to talk all things and !

🐦🔗: twitter.com/RocketChat/status/

RT @RocketChat@twitter.com: We're hiring! 📢
We are looking for a knowledgeable and dynamic Lead Security Researcher and Developer to join our growing team.
If you think this could be you, we'd love to hear from you! Know of someone great?Spread the word!
Full job description: ow.ly/q1Ay30mgTnJ 🚀

🐦🔗: twitter.com/RocketChat/status/

Will be representing @RocketChat@twitter.com at @AllThingsOpen@twitter.com this year! If you will be attending and want to meet up let me know! 🚀

RT @RocketChat@twitter.com: Newsflash: we are proud to announce a brand new partnership & integration with @Nextclouders@twitter.com which will allow for seamless integration between chat and file handling! Check out our blog post for more information: ow.ly/KbUV30lQNh2

🐦🔗: twitter.com/RocketChat/status/

We launched the new version of the Cockpit website today!

cockpit-project.org/

In case you haven't heard of it yet: Cockpit is a friendly graphical interface for Linux servers. It works on (and is included in) most major distros.

Check out the site. 😉

Why must Google keep killing products I actually enjoy using? Still a bit bitter from the Google Reader shut down. There have been many others now. I know you have to experiment.. but you keep taking away my toys man.. 🙁

RT @inboxbygmail@twitter.com Over the past 4 years you’ve helped us make email better. We’ve brought popular Inbox features to @Gmail@twitter.com helping 1B+ people get more done. Thank you.

We’ll be focusing on Gmail & saying bye to Inbox at the end of March 2019. Here’s a transition guide → support.google.com/inbox/answe

🐦🔗: twitter.com/inboxbygmail/statu

Submitted #RocketChat app to #fdroid. Should be available there in a few days.

RT @RocketChat@twitter.com: Rocket.Chat Marketplace is now live! Update Rocket.Chat to 0.69 to start building, browsing, and downloading apps to customize your 🚀!
Check out this interview with CEO Gabriel Engel for his take on our brand new app ecosystem: ow.ly/ggLQ30lL78E

🐦🔗: twitter.com/RocketChat/status/

Wow.. valid ssl plus window only being wide enough to see valid part of url. I can see this fooling some 😶
RT @musalbas@twitter.com Quick phishing demo. Would you fall for something like this?

🐦🔗: twitter.com/musalbas/status/10

Looks like Google finally is listing their new Titan keys: bgr.com/2018/08/30/google-tita

The one thing I can't find. Can these operate as smartcards like the yubikey can? Or is this FIDO/U2F only?

@emsenn

My favorite story about that sort of license was that Douglas Crockford's had one, and IBM's programmers wanted to use it—but their lawyers wouldn't let them because of the "not for evil" clause. So, they actually went to Crockford and got him to agree that IBM *is* allowed to use the software for evil, which apparently satisfied the lawyers.

Two morals of the story:
1) Lawyers are an odd bunch
2) A non-free license (even in that way) can stop people from using your software

If you have to reveal your GPG key for an investigation, or to prove something, etc, reveal the session key, NOT the private key.

$ gpg --show-session-key --decrypt example.asc

Decryption w/ session key:

$ gpg --override-session-key xx:xxxxxxxxxxx --decrypt example.asc

Useful for many purposes, e.g. to allow another person to decrypt existing documents without re-encryption.

Hello Fosstodon! Moving my account from @geekgonecrazy to here.

Found myself following more and more people here. Seems like a great group of people. Look forward to interacting with many of you.

Hope to not make many moves between mastodon instances, hopefully the last.🙂

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