Great news everyone! KiCad V5.1.0 Stable is released! Including dialog structure improvements and accelerated modern canvas in the schematic editor! Read the release blog post for all the details: http://kicad-pcb.org/blog/2019/03/KiCad-5.1.0-Release
How easy is it for a third party to identify your browser? Find out with Panopticlick. https://panopticlick.eff.org/
Troy Hunt: These Cookie Warning Shenanigans Have Got to Stop - https://www.troyhunt.com/these-cookie-warning-shenanigans-have-got-to-stop/ #rr
EU: The vote is on the week of Mar 25. Across Europe, concerned citizens are marching on Mar 23. It's vital that you contact your MEP & tell them to vote against #Article13. https://pledge2019.eu/en @edri @doctorow #Censorship #Uploadfilters #CopyrightDirective #SaveYourInternet
Researchers find backdoor in Swiss online voting system that would let someone replace all ballots with fraudulent ones. “No election system should have a backdoor that allows the people running the election... to undetectably modify the election outcome.”
"The first problem that many beginners face when confronted with the end-of-file issue is that of the EOF character" https://latedev.wordpress.com/2012/12/04/all-about-eof/
You no longer have to remember your session setup, which decoders you added, which decoder settings you used, and so on...
I get some pleasure out of OpenStreetMap data, and I think it’s important that we have unencumbered access to this kind of data and combat the almost monopoly that G. has on it.
As such, I have become an associate OpenStreetMap Foundation member for a mere GPB 15.00 per year.
Care to join as well? It’s easy, it’s painless, and it keeps their engines going. :-)
Pretty neat set of usability improvements, mostly in error messages, coming up in GCC 9.
Have a look at this awesome GitHub project.
The best way to write secure and reliable applications. Write nothing; deploy nowhere.
2200 issues and 350 pull requests though, must be pretty buggy.
What is #Facebook doing with your phone number?
We asked Facebook to explain reports that #2FA phone numbers - provided to secure accounts - are now made searchable across the platform by default.
Read the full letter: https://privacyinternational.org/report/2759/facebook-must-explain-what-its-doing-your-phone-number #MarkZuckerberg https://twitter.com/privacyint/status/1103676130119335938/photo/1
If you want to protect your followers' privacy, you can make your follower lists private:
1. Go to Settings
2. Go to Preferences
3. Tick the "Hide your network" box
4. Select "Save Changes"
You will still see your list of followers, but others won't.
(This also hides the list of who you follow.)
Also heute 18 Uhr: München Königsplatz, Köln Breslauer Platz, Stuttgart CDU Zentrale, Frankfurt Hauptwache
When I inform people of how dodgy FB and WhatsApp are, they generally reply with "But I have nothing to hide".
My response is always: " Do you shit with the door open?
Do you live in a glass house?
Do you have sex on the tram/bus when it's filled with strangers? "
Oh, I see. You DO enjoy your privacy?!
Heh, in case you ever wondered why "ji32k7au4a83" or "au4a83" or "ji394su3" are no good as password...
This is why EFI #SecureBoot is evil:
It depends on #Microsoft to sign the EFI signature.
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