So, it is not uncommon that SOHO routers use dnsmasq as a resolver. And with the revokation of KSK-2010 later this week could lead to alot of problems if the router has not been updated.
The licensing of the Zircon kernel (the kernel that powers Google Fuchsia) reveals the extractive, enclosing nature of permissive licenses.
Something that will not be the case anymore in the new Fuchsia world, putting another obstacle to the #foss mobile initiatives.
So it seems like "blockchain based tld's" is a thing now...
@dgold you're missing a few things from that summary:
* Signal uses a rootkit (Google Play Services) in its "secure" app
* the *reasons* Moxie won't let F-Droid distribute Signal, which don't stack up, suggesting there's a reason he's not saying
* animated GIF search to a third-party server in a "secure" app. Seriously #WTF?
* the security flaws in the official APK download (and the fact it tries to scare users into using the rootkitted Play Store version) etc
@kawaiipunk @gentoorebel @noorul
Any of you guys heard of, or using, Disroot? I found out about it today and it looks like an interesting project.
Why Telegram is insecure? https://gitlab.com/edu4rdshl/blog/blob/master/why-telegram-is-insecure.md #privacy #telegram
I am trying to convince myself that I need this
@selea nevertheless by using the hubble space telescope, which is in close orbit around Earth.
Anyway / I'm amazed by the absolute precision of those missions targeting dust particles in the wind, landing probes, doing close flybies, even collecting material from the surface and returning to earth.
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