My new tech book talks about how Google Chrome handles certain security features and particular data it promises to validate.
My editor read it and said, "OMG, my company is ripping Chrome out of everywhere RIGHT FREAKING NOW." She stopped editing to have her people do it.
And then this.
Chrome is bad, y'all.
For some reason I have become the resident powershell wizard at work, wrote a startup script to change and lock the windows "lockscreen" to a company one for "windows 10 pro" since the group policy only works for the "Enterprise" version for some godforsaken reason. This would be so much easier on linux :p
It's not pretty, it tries 2 different proposed methods that I found and it seem to work on all the pc where we've tested it so far :)
Slowly increasing the lengths of my sits, back up to 15 minute sits now, probably going to build up to 30 min daily sits, and then longer ones in the weekends, or at least that's the plan :)
wohoo, it works! it's really ugly and probably will break some time, but at least for now it works ;)
all because they want a quick "temporary" fix, like always.
Reading up on cifs mounts again, since jasper is stupid and for some stupid reason doesn't want to support file:///// links, so now I have to locally mount it to the server and symlink this stupid file into the /var/www folder since I don't trust people here to manually upload a file every time they do a change in it.
New link on extinction.fyi: Bitcoin Mining Could Use More Energy Than All of Italy by 2024
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