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SPECIAL ALERT: Recently, word has been going around that I wore my hair in a man bun. This is absolutely true. However, it was for the purposes of keeping my hair out of a spinning chainsaw. An Echo CS590. So go fuck yourselves.

My friend the idiot.
So we're driving along at a fairly good clip. The road was somewhat icy but for Canada, it wasn't a big deal. I looked over at Bryce, who seemed to be preparing for something, and then back at the road. We were approaching an intersection.

And then, the craziest thing happened.

Bryce lifted his left foot and aggressively jammed on the emergency break. The truck immediately started spinning. Then, he reached over to the gearshift and jammed it from Drive into Reverse. As the truck shuddered and continued its high speed drift, he floored it. The engine whined and the transmission made some very, very bad sounds. At that point, finally realizing something was wrong, he lifted his foot off of the gas, just in time for the engine to stall. His eyes were wide with terror and he briefly looked over at me as if to say "Oh man what have I done?"

Myself, I was rather calm. You see, this sort of thing was not uncommon with Bryce. One moment, you'd be doing something absolutely mundane. The next second you'd be plunged into some adventure that, moments earlier, you couldn't have even conceived of. Although we were in danger, I felt confident we'd be fine. Bryce, although a tremendous fuckup, had an uncanny ability to escape the consequences of his actions.

Although the engine was out, we were still moving at a fairly fast rate of speed. Eyes bugged out their sockets, Bryce began whipsawing the wheel back and forth, attempting to regain control. His efforts were marginal at best, more like the actions of someone who had once read how to correct from a skid rather than someone who actually understood it. For a Canadian, it was a very poor performance, although he really did try. I actually thought he was going to break the wheel or something. It was only through his natural reserves of "the luck of the idiot" that the truck stayed on the road, and eventually slid to a stop an inch or two from the guardrail.

I looked over at him.

"And just what in the fuck was that all about?"
"I used to drive a five speed. I traded it for an automatic."

Sometimes, it's OK to cry.
Some say it's OK for men to cry; personally, I feel it's really up to the man. It's not a comfortable topic for many, though even the toughest among us have our stories: times we cried and wish we hadn't .. times we didn't cry, but probably should have.

Oh, how I remember the time I cried! I'd just gulped down a very, very large mouthful of whiskey; inexcusably potent stuff, to be sure. Moisture collected at the corner of my eye, and before I could put a stop to it, a brave, lonesome tear ran down my cheek.

I immediately skewered and stabbed out the offending eye, both on general principle and as a warning to the other eye. It hit the ground with a wet floomph, and I stomped it for good measure.

I leaned down, such that it might hear me better. "This is a hard world, and this is for your own good", I told it. It didn't say anything back but, it got the message.

Thu Jan 17 19:17:41 AST 2019
Walkran traffic stats are surging! Legitimate visitors are starting to catch up to bots and search engines. OK that's a big lie, but we're clearly on an upward trajectory. HELLO and WELCOME to all you new people, especially you channel surfers; I hope you enjoy the site and find it useful.

Thanks for visiting, watch this space for more colorful updates, and tell your friends. I mean it. Tell your fuckin' friends. I ultimately want to be an Internet superstar like Kloss, Torvalds or de Raadt, and Walkran.com is my ticket. If you don't do your part it will never happen.

Eventually we are going to be the new reddit/steemit/digg/fark/etc. so get on board now and you can tell your friends that you were telling people about Walkran back in the days when the orange notice was CURRENT!! [ It's not even orange anymore!! It's black! ]

What is Walkran?
Walkran is a news aggregation site. We collect headlines from all over the world, organize them, and display them for you. Walkran was built to deliver low overhead, rapid access to current news headlines. If you find a more efficient way to keep updated on the latest news, let us know. Actually, you can't, as we don't currently have any contact information posted, so just keep it to yourself.

Why is Walkran unique?
We happily aggregate conventional media, alt media, and user forums. We do so to provide an overview of what various groups, often in complete disagreement, have to say about an issue. When you visit many conventional aggregation sites, you only receive the mainstream headlines. Here, you get it all.

We provide a more EXCITING, more CONTROVERSIAL gateway to breaking news, current events and emerging trends. Lesser news aggregation sites provide you with access to only one or two types of propaganda. At Walkran, we provide access to it all. Whether it's Globalist propaganda from the mainstream media, Wikileaks data dumps, Forum Gaslighting from one of the three letter agencies or just snowflakes melting down, we grab it, sort it, and display it for you.

We are the ultimate non-discriminatory news provider: we don't care who says what or whether it's remotely true. We'll print it, regardless.

Know this: we occasionally provide access to wonderful, enlightening content, but more than not, we end up providing access to corporate and state propaganda, misguided user posts, misleading articles, biased content and fake news. Why? Because that's the world we live in.

We don't write the news. We just point you to it. Good luck out there.


Pardon?
So one time, this guy said to me "do you use PHP?" I looked at him (immediately suspicious) and replied: "No. I use PERL." At that point I just wanted the conversation to end. I wanted it to be over. I turned to leave. You know what he says next, virtually fishhooking me in the eye?

"What, is that, like Python?"

I overreacted, I admit, for sure. As the judge said and my own attorney agreed, I showed a 'remarkably disproportionate reaction to a completely benign comment', although I think that statement, while somewhat accurate, evinces a stunning lack of ignorance with regards to interpreted programming languages. I still feel if we had have been clearer on the technical and historical realities of the conversation we would have won the case but in the end I agreed to a plea deal as the legal fees were mounting and I guess I shouldn't have done it. However back to the story.

I cried out like a wounded raven to distract him, and as he looked at me in confusion I advanced quickly and kneed him viciously in the groin. As he crumpled over in pain like a man kneed in the groin, I karate chopped the back of his kneck trying to snap his spine. To his credit he survived the blow and maintained consciousness but he went down hard, literally smashing his face into the literal ground. As his cranium ricocheted off the concrete I was tempted to drop the Randy Savage flying elbow but I thought that was dirty and do what I can to set a good example for the kids. I am no Amish nor Nun but I have certain morals that I follow.

As I savagely kicked him unconscious a cacophony of obscenities poured forth and I let him know in no uncertain terms that PERL deserves a lot more respect than what he was giving and that he'd better watch his P's and Q's in the future. I honestly don't remember most of what was said but I do remember the last few words that came out of me. As the maudlin moonlight glinted softly off of this guys teeth and bloody face and just before the cops got there, I leaned in and yelled at him:

"How do you like those indentations? Everything spaced to your liking, Guv?"


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Packet Storm
Red Hat Security Advisory 2019-4201-01
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OpenNetAdmin 18.1.1 Command Injection
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Google Calls Out Apple's Intelligent Tracking Protection
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How Hackers Are Breaking Into Ring Cameras
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Qualys Security Advisory - OpenBSD Dynamic Loader Privilege Escalation
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Bullwark Momentum Series JAWS 1.0 Directory Traversal
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Windows Defender Antivirus 4.18.1908.7-0 File Extension Spoofing
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Senate Judiciary Committee Interrogates Apple, Facebook About Crypto
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Signal Tests Upgraded Cryptography For Group Functions
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Apple Security Advisory 2019-12-10-6
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AppXSvc 17763 Arbitrary File Overwrite
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Product Key Explorer 4.2.0.0 Name Denial Of Service
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Red Hat Security Advisory 2019-4098-01
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Ubuntu Security Notice USN-4217-2
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Adobe Acrobat Reader DC For Windows Memory Corruption
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Red Hat Security Advisory 2019-4097-01
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Apple Security Advisory 2019-12-10-4
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Apple Security Advisory 2019-12-10-2
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Red Hat Security Advisory 2019-4205-01
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Apple Security Advisory 2019-12-10-7
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Why Ring Doorbells Perfectly Exemplify the IoT Security Crisis
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Toys “R” Us Is Back—Now With More Surveillance\!
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This Alleged Bitcoin Scam Looked a Lot Like a Pyramid Scheme
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Hackers Can Mess With Voltages to Steal Intel Chips' Secrets
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The FCC's Push to Purge Huawei From US Networks
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So Much For the Deep State Plot Against Donald Trump
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Why the iPhone 11 Tracks Your Location Even When You Tell It Not To
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Meet the Activists Risking Prison to Film VR in Factory Farms
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Alleged Russian Hacker Behind $100 Million Evil Corp Indicted
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The RCS Texting Protocol Is Way Too Easy to Hack
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Ewoks Are the Most Tactically Advanced Fighting Force in Star Wars
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Hackers Find Ways Around a Years-Old Microsoft Outlook Fix
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Blockchain Developer Gets Busted After Talk in North Korea
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I Ditched Google for DuckDuckGo. Here's Why You Should Too
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What Is a Dead Drop?
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The 25 Most Dangerous Software Vulnerabilities
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Trump's Ukraine Server Delusion Is Spreading
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Trump's Ukraine Delusion, Tesla's Ford Showdown, and More News
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Think Twice Before Giving Gifts With a Microphone or Camera
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SANS
Shopping Online Securely
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Virtual Private Networks
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Dark Web
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Careers in Cybersecurity
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Securely Disposing Mobile Devices
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Keeping Passwords Simple
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Personalized Scams
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Smart Home Devices
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Clues You Have Been Hacked
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You Are a Target
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Phone Call Attacks
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Email Auto-Complete
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Shopping Online
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CEO Fraud
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Anti-Virus
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Ransomware
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CEO Fraud
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Back up Your Files
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Cloud Security
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Browse With Encryption
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Schneier
Scaring People into Supporting Backdoors
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Extracting Data from Smartphones
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Reforming CDA 230
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Failure Modes in Machine Learning
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Andy Ellis on Risk Assessment
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Friday Squid Blogging: Squidfall Safety
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Election Machine Insecurity Story
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Becoming a Tech Policy Activist
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RSA-240 Factored
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The Story of Tiversa
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Cameras that Automatically Detect Mobile Phone Use
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Friday Squid Blogging: Squid-Like Underwater Drone
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Manipulating Machine Learning Systems by Manipulating Training Data
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DHS Mandates Federal Agencies to Run Vulnerability Disclosure Policy
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Friday Squid Blogging: T-Shirt
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The NSA Warns of TLS Inspection
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GPS Manipulation
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Iran Has Shut Off its Internet
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Security Vulnerabilities in Android Firmware
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Friday Squid Blogging: Planctotuethis Squid
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Krebs
The Great $50M African IP Address Heist
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Patch Tuesday, December 2019 Edition
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CISO MAG Honors KrebsOnSecurity
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Ransomware at Colorado IT Provider Affects 100+ Dental Offices
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Apple Explains Mysterious iPhone 11 Location Requests
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The iPhone 11 Pro’s Location Data Puzzler
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Sale of 4 Million Stolen Cards Tied to Breaches at 4 Restaurant Chains
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It’s Way Too Easy to Get a .gov Domain Name
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Hidden Cam Above Bluetooth Pump Skimmer
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110 Nursing Homes Cut Off from Health Records in Ransomware Attack
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DDoS-for-Hire Boss Gets 13 Months Jail Time
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Ransomware Bites 400 Veterinary Hospitals
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Why Were the Russians So Set Against This Hacker Being Extradited?
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Orcus RAT Author Charged in Malware Scheme
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Patch Tuesday, November 2019 Edition
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Retailer Orvis.com Leaked Hundreds of Internal Passwords on Pastebin
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Study: Ransomware, Data Breaches at Hospitals tied to Uptick in Fatal Heart Attacks
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NCR Barred Mint, QuickBooks from Banking Platform During Account Takeover Storm
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Breaches at NetworkSolutions, Register.com, and Web.com
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Takeaways from the $566M BriansClub breach
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Slashdot
Crows Could Be the Smartest Animal Other Than Primates
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Lawsuit Forces CenturyLink To Stop Charging 'Internet Cost Recovery Fee'
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Microsoft's Next Xbox Is Xbox Series X, Coming Holiday 2020
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Spin's San Francisco Staff Becomes First E-Scooter Workforce To Unionize
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Less Than 10 Percent of Americans Are Buying $1,000 Smartphones, Report Says
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Cisco Outlines Silicon, Software Roadmap For Next Generation Internet
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Microsoft Reveals New Windows Logo, Office Icons
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Google Hands Feds 1,500 Phone Locations In Unprecedented 'Geofence' Search
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988 Will Be the New 911 For Suicide Prevention
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Samsung Has Sold 1 Million Galaxy Fold Smartphones
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FTC May Try To Delay Facebook's Plan To Integrate its Apps
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Inside the Podcast that Hacks Ring Camera Owners Live on Air
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Google Adds Spam Detection and Verified Business SMS To Messages
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'Link in Bio' is a Slow Knife
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Rude Paper Reviews Are Pervasive and Sometimes Harmful, Study Finds
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Russian Police Raid NGINX Moscow Office
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AI R&D is Booming, But General Intelligence is Still Out of Reach
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Getting Drivers for Old Hardware Is Harder Than Ever
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Iran Banks Burned, Then Customer Accounts Were Exposed Online
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Google Assistant Can Now Interpret 44 Languages on Smartphones
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NPM swats path traversal bug that lets evil packages modify, steal files. That's bad for JavaScript crypto-wallets
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Iran says it staved off cyber attack but doesn't blame US
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Disgrace of Base: Scammy hordes force Keybase to end cryptocoin giveaway
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It's time you were T0RTT a lesson: Here's how you could build a better Tor, say boffins
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Microsoft movie tried to Azure Ignite attendees about CPU side-channel flaws, but biz wouldn't be drawn on details
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LightAnchors array: LEDs in routers, power strips, and more, can sneakily ship data to this smartphone app
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You had one job, Cupertino: Apple's Intelligent Tracking Protection actually gets tracking protection
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Bad news: KeyWe Smart Lock is easily bypassed and can't be fixed
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Google Chrome will check for leaked credentials every time you sign in anywhere
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Beware of bad Santas this Xmas: Piles of insecure smart toys fill retailers' shelves
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Alleged Nigerian social engineer wins free flight to the US for business email fraud and love scams
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It's the end of the 20-teens, and your Windows PC can still be pwned by nothing more than a simple bad font
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Americans should have strong privacy-protecting encryption ...that the Feds and cops can break, say senators
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Intel might want to reconsider the G part of SGX – because it's been plunderstruck
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Don't pay off Ryuk ransomware, warn infoseccers: Its creators borked the decryptor
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SIEMs like a stretch: Elastic searches for cash from IT pros with security budgets
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Advertisers want exemption from web privacy rules that, you know, enforce privacy
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Ad network ransomware crook to flog £5k Rolex after court confiscates £270k in ill-gotten gains
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Metasploit for drones? Best of luck with that, muses veteran tinkerer
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SANS Announces 13th Holiday Hack Challenge and 2nd KringleCon infosec conference
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/r/linux
Instructions for running android full system and displaying apps on wayland desktop
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Mesa 19.3 has been released
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Managing the Linux kernel at AWS: 'A large team of security experts' dealing with fallout from Spectre, Meltdown flaws
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Reproducible Builds in November 2019
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Support for the s6 init system is now official | Artix Linux
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There's no such thing as having too many distros on hand (plus a little extra)
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Fedora's modularity mess [LWN.net]
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Vim 8.2 has been released
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Sorry, cannot find good related subreddits to crosspost this, but Nginx development office is under police raid due to Rambler's copyright claim on source code
Link

Is it at all possible to get youtube-dl to work on youtube livestreams?
Link

LWN.net podcast - Python webscrapping and Wavenet audio API
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The newest versions of your favorite KDE applications are here. There are exciting new features, speedier responses and more stability for Kdenlive, Elisa, Dolphin, KDE Connect, Calligra Plan, and many, many more.
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Qt 5.14 released!
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[Recommendations] Movies, Documentaries, Speeches about FOSS
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Kernel compile targets
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ElementaryOS Network Bridge foro KVM
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What is the status of AMD integer scaling on Linux? I wonder when can we expect it to land in Kernel.
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The Rise Of Open-Source Software
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Nextcloud For The Professional Photographer
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OPINION: Zorin OS's marketing as a Linux based system isn't acceptable
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/r/freebsd
Arguments to rc script containing braces
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Dual booting freebsd with windows
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Problem installing open-vm-tools on dragonfly bsd
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Default console font on FreeBSD?
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Anyone had luck with swaywm on FBSD?
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Questions about cURL
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FreeBSD Desktop - Part 19 - Configuration - Plank - Skippy-XD
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Wifi in xfce?
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New desktop environment on the horizon for FreeBSD users and SGI fans
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Disable/ Powersave NVidia card
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Jail IP from external DHCP
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pcap-filter manpage missing?
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How to run xfce?
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Lenovo E595 with amdgpu
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bsda2: 0.3.0 Release, the Return of pkg_validate
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FreeBSD 12 : Desktop Scenario
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FreeBSD distribution?
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If I do not install the NVIDIA driver, but I do have an NVIDIA card installed, will FreeBSD still use it?
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Does FreeBSD have any advantages over Linux for the desktop user?
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EU pkg mirror
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/r/netbsd
NetBSD 9.0 release candidate 1 out <3
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epoc32 loader
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NetBSD on a Orange Pi Lite
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GPG Smartcard not working
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How to enable SSE2?
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Thinkpad X250 (i7) up and running NetBSD HEAD, quite fully operacional, lacks suspend/resume, yet.
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SSL Errors With Git and Curl
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Ruben Safir: Could you help RMS out?
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(Censored) Why will no-one sue GrSecurity for their blatant GPL violation (of GCC and the linux kernel)?
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A casual question: What are your reasons for using NetBSD instead of other *BSD?
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OS Desktop Environment
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Can you play 3D Games on Intel HD 520?
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How to use pkgsrc in FreeBSD and OpenBSD?
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SpectrWM + NetBSD
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Stabilization of the ptrace(2) threads
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Porting NetBSD to the AMD x86-641: a case study in OS portability
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[NetBSD]Recovering userland from /rescue
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pkgsrc-2019Q3 release announcement (2019-10-03)
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very slow animations in firefox
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NetBSD Desktop
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Crows Could Be the Smartest Animal Other Than Primates

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Instructions for running android full system and displaying apps on wayland desktop

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988 Will Be the New 911 For Suicide Prevention

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OpenNetAdmin 18.1.1 Command Injection

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Qualys Security Advisory - OpenBSD Dynamic Loader Privilege Escalation

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[Recommendations] Movies, Documentaries, Speeches about FOSS

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Kernel compile targets

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Larry Page Is Quietly Funding Efforts To Develop a Universal Flu Vaccine

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Scaring People into Supporting Backdoors

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Verizon Lays Off More Yahoo/AOL Employees

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The Rise Of Open-Source Software

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'Monster' Black Hole Announced Last Week Is Nothing Special

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OPINION: Zorin OS's marketing as a Linux based system isn't acceptable

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Introducing offlinemsmtp

/r/linux

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Low-Risk Ultrasound Procedure Destroys 80 Percent of Prostate Cancers In One-Year Study

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TestSSL 3.0rc6

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Lenovo Power Management Driver Buffer Overflow

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Linux tools: examining hardware in the terminal with dmidecode

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If Logged Into Facebook, Oculus VR Data Will Now Be Used For Ads

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Maze Ransomware Was Behind Pensacola 'Cyber Event,' Florida Officials Say

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Microsoft is About To Start Aggressively Advertising Windows 10 To Windows 7 Stragglers

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The Great $50M African IP Address Heist

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Default console font on FreeBSD?

/r/freebsd

Noob-ish question about multi monitor and xorg alternatives

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Task Recovery (Taskmanager)

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Apple Used the DMCA to Take Down a Tweet Containing an iPhone Encryption Key

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Breaking Linux files into pieces with the split command

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YouTube Unveils a Stricter Harassment Policy

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Multiboot for external drive. 2 win / 4 Linux.

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ACLU is Suing ICE For Details on How It Uses Phone Spying Devices

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India Proposes New Rules To Access Its Citizens' Data

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Twitter Is Funding Independent Effort To Develop an Open and Decentralized Standard For Social Media

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Anyone had luck with swaywm on FBSD?

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Messed up my linux

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Bad news: KeyWe Smart Lock is easily bypassed and can't be fixed

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Microsoft Fixes Exploited Privilege Escalation Flaw, 34 More Bugs

Packet Storm

Adobe Announces 25 Bug Fixes, 21 In Acrobat Products

Packet Storm

TrickBot Gang Is Now Supplying North Korea

Packet Storm

Intel's SGX Coughs Up Crypto Keys When Scientists Tweak CPU Voltage

Packet Storm

Oracle Is Moving Its Massive Conference Out of San Francisco

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'Learning at Work is Work, and We Must Make Space For It'

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Crossover 19 released with python3 support on Linux (and 32-bit windows exe support on 64-bit only mac)

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Apple's New Mac Pro Can Cost $52,000. That's Without the $400 Wheels

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Google Chrome will check for leaked credentials every time you sign in anywhere

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George Laurer, Co-Inventor of the Barcode, Dies At 94

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Extracting Data from Smartphones

Schneier

Toys “R” Us Is Back—Now With More Surveillance\!

Security Latest

List-based tiling WM with tags and proper dual screen support?

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Beware of bad Santas this Xmas: Piles of insecure smart toys fill retailers' shelves

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The Pirate Bay Is Trialing High-Quality Video Streaming Links

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Chromium: Linux, keyrings && Secret Service, passwords encryption and store

/r/linux

Gamma-Ray Laser Moves a Step Closer To Reality

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xs:code - Monetization for Open Source Projects

/r/linux

DXVK in dire straits?

/r/linux

PSA: linux 5.3+ [except 5.3.14+] and 5.4+ have issues with intel iGPU, your OS will randomly freeze. Using 5.3.14+ or linux-lts for now for intel iGPU users.

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Weekly Questions and Hardware Thread - December 11, 2019

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Greenland's Ice Sheet Melting Seven Times Faster Than In 1990s

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Sony Announces Plan To Publish PlayStation Games On Non-PS Consoles

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Researchers Report Breakthrough In 'Distributed Deep Learning'

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Patch Tuesday, December 2019 Edition

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Kernel 5.4.1 breaks touchpad

/r/linux

Radeon VII Bottleneck?

/r/linux

The Linux Foundation's Sound Open Firmware project has been supplying open firmware for the audio DSPs in recent Intel x86_64 platforms since Linux kernel 5.2.

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Why have so many educational distros died/stopped support?

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