I just removed a user account that was created on #iocx for the purpose of being a C2 channel for a piece of malware.
If you have open registrations, I recommend to scan your accounts list for the following IP addresses:
Here is also the email address that was used by that account: email@example.com
Deploy TLSA records (DANE) on your email-server with Let's Encrypt https://blogs.linux.pizza/deploy-tlsa-records-dane-on-your-email-server-with-lets-encrypt
There is already some p2p social networks - Manyverse is one of them for example.
That would be really nice, I have actually looked into doing something similar in my hometown, we have some very nice datacenters (bunkers and shit).
But there is a lack of people willing to collaborate and spend money on it.
Been thinking about moving infosec.exchange to the glitch.social fork of mastodon. Any feedback pro/con?
Linux elitism makes me sick. I'm tired of people screaming at me what I should be doing on my computer. Shouldn't the linux desktop be about freedom, not about basement people with super inflated egos narrowing your choices?
Please don't be a linux elitist. It's not healthy for the community and your social life.
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