@drwho that sounds rough! Do you have a support structure around you? I'm always happy to game or do a CTF together or something if you need it. Although I am rubbish at CTFs still, OSCP but only just!
@drwho did you end up being affected by this? We did a shitload of preventative measures and fortunately aren't too big so we weren't targeted.
I know there has been a delay in response, we've had spring4shell and follina since then, to name a few. There's also hertzbleed but I don't think people are taking that one too seriously, even though it does seem quite bad.
I have Repetitive Strain Injury in both wrists from typing and gaming with bad posture all my life. Keyboards like these mimic more natural wrist positions due to all the configurations you can do, which put far less strain on you. As an update, I'm still using the same keyboards, don't get pain but also can still barely type on them! That's because I've not put any active effort into learning!
@feoh apologies I didn't get back to you on this, thanks for sharing your solution! I'm glad you got it sorted over multiple browsers!
Hey I'm not sure if this is exactly what you mean, but there are some browser add-ons that allow SOCKS, such as FoxyProxy on Firefox.
Apparently the code doesn't work yet, according to MalwareTech https://twitter.com/MalwareTechBlog/status/1472826423765176320
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begpost for hospital bills, plz boost
I just got two medical bills back-to-back I can't really afford.
So, I'd like to encourage people to commission me. I mainly write cute, erotic, queer transformation and mind control stories, and that's what this account is known for. But, I also can write electronic music, and I'm a skilled coder with experience in Rust, Golang, JS, and Python. I'm also vaguely alright at pixel art.
If you want a commission, please send me a DM. And if you don't want to commission me, please boost this post.
Apologies for linking this specific company, but this is some good work and good info: https://blog.google/threat-analysis-group/new-campaign-targeting-security-researchers/
I created this account a few days ago (maybe a week?), but haven't introduced myself yet. So, I'm doing that now.
I'm a security and privacy researcher, and a blogger. My primary focus is cryptography, but I work in all aspects of privacy and security. I do a lot of code review, pentesting, and red team assessments.
For anyone interested, my blog is available at https://serpentsec.1337.cx/
I was wondering if anyone has any spare time to mentor me through my oscp? I've failed twice and have the next one coming up in a month. I would like to figure out where my weaknesses lie and fix them before then if possible. Happy to provide more details on request.
Thanks in advance! Please feel free to boost etc but no pressure.
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This is me screaming across the fediverse. I'm looking for people that used the original Seesmic before the service was shut down in 2009. I feel like if I were to reconnect with anyone from there, they'd be on the fediverse in 2020.
For context, Seesmic was a cross between YouTube and Twitter. Micro-video blogging with threaded conversations, no commenting, only videos.
I feel with a custom PeerTube instance we can maybe recreate what once was, what do you think?
* a working class guy who gets cryogenically frozen because he broke a corporation's rules
* a dead guy who is brought back as a hologram because the corporation isn't finished with you even after you're dead
* a faulty AI
* a robot who has religion hardwired into him by a corporation to keep him subservient
* a massive city sized space ship that is equipped with gaudy, extremely fake locations like a parrot themed wine bar
Last night's OWASP chapter meeting was great. If you want to learn more about iOS forensics or building up a red team function in a company watch here: https://youtu.be/SThNHLsDnsQ
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