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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
Coronavirus: Privacy In A Pandemic
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Zoom Remove Data-Mining LinkedIn Feature
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14 Million Key Ring Users Exposed In Open Database
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Pandora FMS 7.0NG Remote Code Execution
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From Zero Credentials To Full Domain Compromise
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Trump Administration's Lack Of A Unified Coronavirus Strategy Will Cost Lives, A Dozen Experts Say
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Google Squashes High Severity Flaws In Chrome Browser
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SQLMAP - Automatic SQL Injection Tool 1.4.4
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DotNetNuke Cookie Deserialization Remote Code Execution
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Ubuntu Security Notice USN-4316-2
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Red Hat Security Advisory 2020-1308-01
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Ubuntu Security Notice USN-4316-1
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Apache Solr 8.3.0 Velocity Template Remote Code Execution
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Red Hat Security Advisory 2020-1288-01
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VMware Fusion USB Arbitrator Setuid Privilege Escalation
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Gentoo Linux Security Advisory 202004-06
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Red Hat Security Advisory 2020-1290-01
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Dr. Anthony Fauci Forced To Beef Up Security As Death Threats Increase
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Microsoft Warns Hospitals About VPN Attacks During Coronavirus
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A Hacker Found a Way to Take Over Any Apple Webcam
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So Wait, How Encrypted Are Zoom Meetings Really?
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Thousands of Android Apps Are Silently Accessing Your Data
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The Zoom Privacy Backlash Is Only Getting Started
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Marriott Got Hacked. Yes, Again
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Online Credit Card Skimmers Are Thriving During the Pandemic
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Chinese Hacking Surges Amid Coronavirus Crisis
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An Elite Spy Group Used 5 Zero-Days to Hack North Koreans
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A Twitch Streamer Is Exposing Coronavirus Scams Live
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Google Bans Infowars Android App Over Coronavirus Claims
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The Top Reason Not to Ditch an iPhone for Android? WhatsApp
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The Postal Service's Surprising Role in Surviving Doomsday
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The Army Corps of Engineers Deploys Against Coronavirus
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Google Removes Adware-Laced Kids' Apps From Play Store
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How Surveillance Could Save Lives Amid a Public Health Crisis
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Coronavirus Sets the Stage for Hacking Mayhem
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The Best and Worst Browsers for Privacy, Ranked
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How to Avoid the Worst Online Scams
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Ransomware Groups Promise Not to Hit Hospitals Amid Pandemic
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SANS
Social Media Privacy Settings
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Messaging / Smishing Attacks
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Digital Inheritance
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Got Backups?
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Scamming You Through Social Media
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Patch and Update
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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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Never Try to Fix the Problem When Hacked
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Search Yourself Online
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Phone Call Attacks
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Forwarding Emails
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Shopping Online
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CEO Fraud
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Schneier
Friday Squid Blogging: On Squid Communication
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Security and Privacy Implications of Zoom
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Bug Bounty Programs Are Being Used to Buy Silence
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Marriott Was Hacked -- Again
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Dark Web Hosting Provider Hacked
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Clarifying the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
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Privacy vs. Surveillance in the Age of COVID-19
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Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Can Edit Their Own Genome
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Story of Gus Weiss
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On Cyber Warranties
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Facial Recognition for People Wearing Masks
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Internet Voting in Puerto Rico
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Emergency Surveillance During COVID-19 Crisis
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Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Orders Down in Italy
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Hacking Voice Assistants with Ultrasonic Waves
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Work-from-Home Security Advice
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The Insecurity of WordPress and Apache Struts
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TSA Admits Liquid Ban Is Security Theater
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Friday Squid Blogging: New Report on Squid Markets
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The EARN-IT Act
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Krebs
‘War Dialing’ Tool Exposes Zoom’s Password Problems
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Phish of GoDaddy Employee Jeopardized Escrow.com, Among Others
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Annual Protest to ‘Fight Krebs’ Raises €150K+
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Russians Shut Down Huge Card Fraud Ring
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US Government Sites Give Bad Security Advice
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Who’s Behind the ‘Web Listings’ Mail Scam?
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Security Breach Disrupts Fintech Firm Finastra
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Zyxel Flaw Powers New Mirai IoT Botnet Strain
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Coronavirus Widens the Money Mule Pool
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The Web’s Bot Containment Unit Needs Your Help
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Live Coronavirus Map Used to Spread Malware
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Crafty Web Skimming Domain Spoofs “https”
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Microsoft Patch Tuesday, March 2020 Edition
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FBI Arrests Alleged Owner of Deer.io, a Top Broker of Stolen Accounts
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U.S. Govt. Makes it Harder to Get .Gov Domains
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The Case for Limiting Your Browser Extensions
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French Firms Rocked by Kasbah Hacker?
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FCC Proposes to Fine Wireless Carriers $200M for Selling Customer Location Data
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Zyxel Fixes 0day in Network Storage Devices
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Zyxel 0day Affects its Firewall Products, Too
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Coronavirus: Could Etsy Help Save the World?
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The Story of The Doctor Who Ordered America's First Covid-19 Lockdown
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Snopes Disputes 'Shakiness' of COVID-19 Origin Story Claimed By Washington Post OpEd
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How the Telephone Failed Its Big Test During 1918's Spanish Flu Epidemic
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Eclipse Foundation Unveils Open Source Alternative to Microsoft's 'Visual Studio Code' IDE
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Mathematical Proof of the ABC Conjecture Will Be Published
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Pandemic Shutdowns Will Help the Economy, Too
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Y Combinator Company 'Flexport' Is Shipping PPE To Frontline Responders
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Not Just 'The Death of IT'. Cringely Also Predicts Layoffs For Many IT Contractors
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A Hacker Found a Way To Take Over Any Apple Webcam
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Zoom Will Enable Waiting Rooms By Default To Stop Zoombombing
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Vint Cerf 'No Longer Contagious' With Covid-19
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FCC: TracFone Made Up 'Fictitious' Customers To Defraud Low-Income Program
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Physical Force Alone Spurs Gene Expressions, Study Reveals
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SpaceX Loses Its Third Starship Prototype During a Cryogenic Test
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The Register - Security
Watch: Rare Second World War footage of Bletchley Park-linked MI6 intelligence heroes emerges, shared online
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Not only is Zoom's strong end-to-end encryption not actually end-to-end, its encryption isn't even that strong
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NSO Group: Facebook tried to license our spyware to snoop on its own addicts – the same spyware it's suing us over
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ESA missions back doing science after precautionary pandemic plug pull: We talk to space boffins about Mars Express emergency command line
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Zoom vows to spend next 90 days thinking hard about its security and privacy after rough week, meeting ID war-dialing tool emerges
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If you use Twitter with Firefox in a shared computer account, you may have slightly spilled some private data on that PC
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Why is ransomware still a thing? One-in-three polled netizens say they would cave to extortion demands
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Microsoft finds itself in odd position of sparing elderly, insecure protocols: Grants stay of execution to TLS 1.0, 1.1
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For the past five years, every FBI secret spy court request to snoop on Americans has sucked, says watchdog
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Cyberscum target Microsoft SQL Server boxen – and some careless sysadmins were reinfected after cleaning it out
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Cloudflare family-friendly DNS service flubs first filtering foray: Vital LGBTQ, sex-ed sites blocked 'by mistake'
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At the Supreme Court, Morrisons pops data breach liability win into its trolley – but it's not a get-out-of-compo free card for businesses
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Apple's latest macOS Catalina update mysteriously borks SSH for some unlucky fans. What could be the cause?
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Zoom's end-to-end encryption isn't actually end-to-end at all. Good thing the PM isn't using it for Cabinet calls. Oh, for f...
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Australian state will install home surveillance hardware to make sure if you're in virus isolation, you stay there
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Singapore government scraps physical 2FA tokens for government services
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Epic Games floats $1m bounty to ID source of 'commercial smear' claiming Houseparty chat app has been hacked
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Marriott Hotels hacked AGAIN: Two compromised employee logins abused to siphon off 5.2m guests' personal info
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Poured your info out on a call to 118 118 Money? Bad luck. Credit provider 'fesses up that hacker nabbed customer service phone recordings
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/r/linux
RTL8723bu - can't connect after suspend.
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Win / Linux Dual boot in separate drives
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New project: cmd-frontend: Easy web UIs for command-line tools
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Ubuntu 20.04 LTS 64bit Performance tested on raspberry pi 4
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Goodbye Windows. Hello Linux.
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dwm-status
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Firejail vs Docker sandboxing for web browsers
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Discuss those scenarios for GPL and Apple App Store
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My friend wood burned gangster tux
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Network traffic monitoring + Grafana graphs for every IP on the LAN, including the internet servers they connect to (open source)
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I am using linux for gaming too any fellows in the same boat with me?
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I just found out about .mount files and thought some other folks would like to know about them as well.
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USB magicc
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Anyone know how DealsLands became a featured sponsor of the X.Org Foundation?
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/r/freebsd
Tale of two hypervisor bugs - Escaping from FreeBSD bhyve
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Looking for help with Crochet and porting to new(ish) hardware
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Support for Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme (Gen 2)
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boot native encrypted ZFS in FBSD13 ?
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New to freebsd, how to get sudo permission?
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mixertui - Audio Mixer with a Terminal User Interface
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[FreeBSD-Announce] FreeBSD Office Hours: April 1, 2020 18:00 UTC
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thinkpad w540 question
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Persist currdev At Boot
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Finding battery statistics?
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New to FreeBSD how do i set up my locale?
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Setting Up Distributed Computing on BSD Systems in Order to Aid COVID-19 Research
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The best alternative to replace google voice on smartphone?
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A GUI using FreeBSD on UEFI
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Intel Core i9 10980XE: FreeBSD 12.1 vs. GhostBSD 12.02 vs. DragonFlyBSD vs. Ubuntu Linux Benchmarks
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Linux kernel modules on FreeBSD?
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A perfect home mini-PC build for FreeBSD (<$300)
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Here are the mount command & [/etc/fstab + /etc/exports] entries for mixed environment NFSv4 shares
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TrueOS is officially dead
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why when I switch from gnome to kde I have the same programs?
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/r/netbsd
RISC OS and NetBSD running on same SoC
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The GNU GDB Debugger and NetBSD (Part 1)
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Extending support for the NetBSD-7 branch
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NetBSD 8.2 Released.
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Installer stop
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Struggling with NetBSD 9 on sparc 64
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Need help increase screen solution
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Is there a pkgsrc quarterly update RSS feed out there somewhere?
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What will happen if the Foundation falls short of its fundraising goal this year?
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Does NetBSD have full disk encryption?
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Multilib?
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earmv6hf (evaluation board ARMv6 Hard Float, e.g. BCM2835) pkgsrc binary update
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Changing XTerm background colors bricks system on logout?
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9.0 on RPi: connected to LAN but no internet connection
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NetBSD on SPARC64- Oracle T4-1
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Are there any desktop environments that work on 9.0 amd64?
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Does VeraCrypt compile on NetBSD
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Does anyone know when 9.0 binaries will be finished?
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is there a problem with the mirrors or is it just me?
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bozohttpd -- hyper text transfer protocol version 1.1 daemon [NetBSD]
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RTL8723bu - can't connect after suspend.

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Win / Linux Dual boot in separate drives

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New project: cmd-frontend: Easy web UIs for command-line tools

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Ubuntu 20.04 LTS 64bit Performance tested on raspberry pi 4

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Librem Mini Preorder Funding Complete!

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Why Taiwan's Coronavirus Response Is Among The Best Globally

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cron.weekly issue #128: kernel 5.6, wireguard, gcc, gitlab, sidekick & more

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Foliate's big 2.0.0 release is out now! Re-written from the core, the eBook reader now has new gesture and design improvements.

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Goodbye Windows. Hello Linux.

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Not a meme but important

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Coronavirus: Could Etsy Help Save the World?

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dwm-status

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IBM is Deploying Its Watson AI to Help Governments Answer People's Covid-19 Questions

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Attack Campaign Hits Thousands of MS-SQL Servers For Two Years

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The Story of The Doctor Who Ordered America's First Covid-19 Lockdown

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Firejail vs Docker sandboxing for web browsers

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Discuss those scenarios for GPL and Apple App Store

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My friend wood burned gangster tux

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U.S. Government: Update Chrome 80 Now, Multiple Security Concerns Confirmed

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Snopes Disputes 'Shakiness' of COVID-19 Origin Story Claimed By Washington Post OpEd

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Network traffic monitoring + Grafana graphs for every IP on the LAN, including the internet servers they connect to (open source)

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I am using linux for gaming too any fellows in the same boat with me?

/r/linux

I just found out about .mount files and thought some other folks would like to know about them as well.

/r/linux

USB magicc

/r/linux

Anyone know how DealsLands became a featured sponsor of the X.Org Foundation?

/r/linux

How the Telephone Failed Its Big Test During 1918's Spanish Flu Epidemic

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Eclipse Foundation Unveils Open Source Alternative to Microsoft's 'Visual Studio Code' IDE

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Tale of two hypervisor bugs - Escaping from FreeBSD bhyve

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Seeing the Penguin in AES-ECB

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Test Driving Gnome3 on a Tablet (Surface Pro 3)

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[Question/Advice]

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Btrfs ReadOnly

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Add 1st Party Support for AdBlock Plus-style blocklists in Gecko/GeckoView

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Boot Debian from USB - Does speed matter?

/r/linux

Mathematical Proof of the ABC Conjecture Will Be Published

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Pandemic Shutdowns Will Help the Economy, Too

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macOS clone in Linux with a twist -- Everything in the screenshots is automated via script. Github repo in comments. Complete with pretty themes, QoL configurations, and cmd+key hotkey rebindings!

/r/linux

Y Combinator Company 'Flexport' Is Shipping PPE To Frontline Responders

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Not Just 'The Death of IT'. Cringely Also Predicts Layoffs For Many IT Contractors

Slashdot

A Notorious Spyware Vendor Wants to Track Coronavirus Spread

Security Latest

Finally installed linux mint

/r/linux

My contributions to elementary OS as a non-coder and how you can too!

/r/linux

Best OS for live USB

/r/linux

An Ode to AppArmor

/r/linux

Why r/cad is hostile against FLOSS? we should protest.

/r/linux

Cannot boot after using "apt-get install -f"

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How do I disable Linux 's key mapping for Airplane Mode?

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"Surely if he can use Linux he can work through it. "

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A Hacker Found a Way To Take Over Any Apple Webcam

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A Mini Media Center

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The last good ubuntu ;) Found today during clean up :)

/r/linux

Do x86_64bit ISO Works On 32bit Only And 64bit Only CPU ?

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Zoom Will Enable Waiting Rooms By Default To Stop Zoombombing

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Minifree is shutting down, permanently

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High resolution wheel scrolling in the desktop stack

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Blog post about the security & privacy of Jitsi Meet, an apache-2 licensed video-conferencing solution.

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Watch: Rare Second World War footage of Bletchley Park-linked MI6 intelligence heroes emerges, shared online

The Register - Security

Vint Cerf 'No Longer Contagious' With Covid-19

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Why GNU/Linux?

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Linux Mint - "Printer Waiting To Print" on Canon Printer

/r/linux

Making Linux a Deep Fryer for Dopamine Receptors

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FCC: TracFone Made Up 'Fictitious' Customers To Defraud Low-Income Program

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Physical Force Alone Spurs Gene Expressions, Study Reveals

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SpaceX Loses Its Third Starship Prototype During a Cryogenic Test

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New zsh theming manager, looks very interesting..

/r/linux

UBUNTU KYLIN 20.04 LOOKS ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL

/r/linux

Learn things to people

/r/linux

Firefox 74.0.1 has been released

/r/linux

Not only is Zoom's strong end-to-end encryption not actually end-to-end, its encryption isn't even that strong

The Register - Security

Potential Vaccine Generates Enough Antibodies To Fight Off Virus

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Twitter Removes 9,000 Accounts Pushing Coronavirus Propaganda Praising the United Arab Emirates

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'Zoombombing' Is a Federal Offense That Could Result In Imprisonment, Prosecutors Warn

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Amazon To Delay Marketing Event Prime Day Due To Coronavirus

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A Hacker Found a Way to Take Over Any Apple Webcam

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NSO Group: Facebook tried to license our spyware to snoop on its own addicts – the same spyware it's suing us over

The Register - Security

Apple Brings Its Hardware Microphone Disconnect Feature To iPads

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Broadband Engineers Threatened Due To 5G Coronavirus Conspiracies

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Trump: CDC Recommends Cloth Face Covering To Protect Against Coronavirus

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How Did Covid-19 Begin? WaPo OpEd Calls Its Origin Story 'Shaky'

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EU Rules Rental Car Companies Don't Need To Pay A License To Rent Cars With Radios That Might Play Music

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Friday Squid Blogging: On Squid Communication

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Better than Zoom: Try these free software tools for staying in touch - FSF

/r/linux

This Month in Mutter & GNOME Shell | March 2020

/r/linux

Official Linux Tips Reddit

/r/linux

Linux+ XK0-004 Practice Questions

/r/linux

WeWork Founder Misses Out on $1 Billion as SoftBank Cancels Share Buyout

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Thousands of Zoom Video Calls Left Exposed on Open Web

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Amazon Exec Called Fired Worker 'Not Smart' in Leaked Memo

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Slashdot Asks: Do You Own a Gaming Console? What Titles Have You Been Playing Lately?

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How Google Ruined the Internet

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RISC OS and NetBSD running on same SoC

/r/netbsd

LXD 4.0 LTS has been released with tons of new features

/r/linux

Unix/Linux command references (credits: FOSSwire.com)

/r/linux

Greg KH AMA coming next week, write your questions now!

/r/linux

Three Comics For Understanding Unix Shell

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Weekend Fluff / Linux in the Wild Thread - April 03, 2020

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Zoom's Encryption Is 'Not Suited for Secrets' and Has Surprising Links To China, Researchers Discover

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Facebook Wanted NSO Spyware To Monitor Users, NSO CEO Claims

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Google Is Publishing Location Data From 131 Countries To Show How Coronavirus Lockdowns Are Working

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A Hacker Has Wiped, Defaced More Than 15,000 Elasticsearch Servers

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Security and Privacy Implications of Zoom

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So Wait, How Encrypted Are Zoom Meetings Really?

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Zoom Remove Data-Mining LinkedIn Feature

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14 Million Key Ring Users Exposed In Open Database

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Google Data Shines Light On Whether Coronavirus Lockdowns Worldwide Are Working

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Pandora FMS 7.0NG Remote Code Execution

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From Zero Credentials To Full Domain Compromise

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Trump Administration's Lack Of A Unified Coronavirus Strategy Will Cost Lives, A Dozen Experts Say

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Google Squashes High Severity Flaws In Chrome Browser

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Linux filesystem encryption comparison: ext4 vs btrfs vs zfs vs luks vs gocryptfs

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Disney+ Launches in India For $20 a Year, Includes Shows From HBO, Showtime, and Live TV Channels

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Scientists Develop AI That Can Turn Brain Activity Into Text

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Thousands of Android Apps Are Silently Accessing Your Data

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Zoom’s Encryption Is “Not Suited for Secrets” and Has Surprising Links To China, Researchers Discover

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April 2020 Development Update | Krita

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Bash beginners guide in ePub format

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Thoughts on Zorin OS check connectivity [opt-out] ?

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Nikon Is Streaming Online Photography Courses For Free This Month

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Bug Bounty Programs Are Being Used to Buy Silence

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Freeware, Free Software and the Corona Virus Crisis -- Choose your tools wisely!

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Zoom vows to spend next 90 days thinking hard about its security and privacy after rough week, meeting ID war-dialing tool emerges

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Modern Meteorology Was Born 60 Years Ago Today

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'Call of Duty' Wins First Amendment Victory Over Use of Humvees

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Twitter Discloses Firefox Bug That Cached Private Files Sent or Received via DMs

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SQLMAP - Automatic SQL Injection Tool 1.4.4

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DotNetNuke Cookie Deserialization Remote Code Execution

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Ubuntu Security Notice USN-4316-2

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Red Hat Security Advisory 2020-1308-01

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Ubuntu Security Notice USN-4316-1

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Apache Solr 8.3.0 Velocity Template Remote Code Execution

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Red Hat Security Advisory 2020-1288-01

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VMware Fusion USB Arbitrator Setuid Privilege Escalation

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Gentoo Linux Security Advisory 202004-06

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Red Hat Security Advisory 2020-1290-01

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Cartesi Scalability on Linux and The CTSI Utility Token

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If you use Twitter with Firefox in a shared computer account, you may have slightly spilled some private data on that PC

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FCC To Vote On Adding 6Ghz Band To Wi-Fi 6 To Improve Speeds

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New York Finally Legalizes Electric Bikes and Scooters

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New Blood Test Can Detect 50 Types of Cancer

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GNU to me T-shirts? Red Hat 4.2

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Why is ransomware still a thing? One-in-three polled netizens say they would cave to extortion demands

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The World Just Hit 1 Million Coronavirus Infections

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