Zoom’s privacy problems are growing as platform explodes in popularity. Who would have thought.😅
Medical company threatens to sue volunteers that 3D-printed valves for life-saving #coronavirus treatments
Recently I recommended clearing the cache periodically on Arch-based distros, and I said that I typically used pacman -Sc instead of the safer method using paccache (part of the pacman-contrib package). However, I recently needed to downgrade the linux kernel on my system because the most recent version broke my wifi driver, and I fortunately had an old kernel version in the cache. So the moral of the story is always clear the cache using paccache, and don't just run pacman -Sc.
You know something is wrong with 5G when even a former Microsoft president is talking about it.
Wawa Breach May Have Compromised More Than 30 Million Payment Cards
However, this site (https://www.maketecheasier.com/clear-package-cache-arch-linux/) says that clearing the cache can make it harder to downgrade to earlier versions of packages. The site gives some other ways of clearing the cache which keep some older packages around in the event that you want to downgrade something. I've never needed to downgrade a package though, so I just clear the cache the simple way.
Microsoft CEO says encryption backdoors are a ‘terrible idea’
I have a relatively new HP laptop on Windows 10 (for SolidWorks and a few other things I need for school) and about two weeks ago Microsoft kindly informed me that my hardware is not supported by Windows, so now I don't get any patches or security updates. Gotta love Microsoft.
One more reason why I use my 12 year old thinkpad with Linux as my primary machine.
@nnick I guess chrome is easy and marginally faster. Google has a good reputation for security and it’s easy to have all your accounts talking the way that chrome does. Most people don’t think of the problems that offers
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