Apologies for the delay in this episode.
Another week, another episode! This time we have a bumper #Ubuntu 21.04 release round-up, more news, and what we've been up to. Listen in!
Join me, Carole Theriault, and special guest David McClelland on the latest episode of the "Smashing Security" podcast where we discuss all things crypto, NFTs, and rip-off ads.
Find it at https://grahamcluley.com/smashing-security-podcast-226/ or in all good podcast apps.
Signal says its Instagram ads were banned for being too honest. Ads revealed what Facebook knew about its users.
Interesting podcasts from the BBC...
"The most daring bank theft ever attempted? From hacking Hollywood to a billion-dollar plot. North Korea stands accused but says it had nothing to do with it and it’s part of the United States’ attempts to tarnish its image. A true crime investigation with Geoff White and Jean Lee"
John Deere has completely and utterly solved the cybersecurity problem... as Mark Stockley explains on the latest "Smashing Security" podcast...
Oh Deere oh dear.
The people at the Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg with another incredible achievement:
Guinness World Record for "Longest melody played by a model train"
Watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBNHmUT3GPg
We have a brand new episode of the "Smashing Security" podcast available now!
Hear us and deepfake expert Nina Schick as we discuss synthetic media, Facebook's latest data fiasco, and Deliveroo's disastrous April Fool's prank.
For those of you who love watching someone play chess badly, I've made a series of YouTube videos.
I'm afraid you won't learn anything. At least not anything useful.
How not to play chess: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJiLWHNFtD0&list=PLRwg0TwaF9ALMttsrhRjABipFEGbpK-Iv&index=1
We're back! This week, becoming an @email@example.com member, working for @SlimDevOps@twitter.com and all the news that's fit to print!
Online event: 19:00GMT - Tuesday, February 2, 2021
Edinburgh Linux Users Group: Talk | Subdomain Takeover
This month we have a security presentation about Subdomain Takeovers.
More details here...
The unreasonable effectiveness of simple HTML
I've told this story at conferences - but due to the general situation I thought I'd retell it here.
A few years ago I was doing policy research in a housing benefits office in London. They are singularly unlovely places. The walls are brightened up with posters offering helpful services for people fleeing domestic violen
i find many articles on web unreadable without #firefox's excellent reader view https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-reader-view-clutter-free-web-pages thanks, #mozilla
Previously, when clicking on a web link within Tusky I've been able to have it open in the web browser in the background, allowing me to read it later. Currently, this isn't happening, it opens the in web browser in the foreground. Does anyone know what setting(s) to change to have web links open in my web browser in background ?
I use Tusky on my tablet running lineage OS 16. My default web browser is fennec.
Is there a tweak, or config I can change, in Ubuntu 20.04 that will allow me to use the mouse/cursor to select multiple files (without using the keyboard)?
Someone mentioned it might sometimes be referred to as "lasso", like "to lasso a bull", but in my case files/folders.
I could swear I used to be able to do it.
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