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Bingo, finally got the CVE services enabled, scanning, and generating reports.

Here you have it folks. This replaces threatstack, nessus, and a few other things once I figure out how to configure all the bells and whistles. Some added benefit if you're monitoring for PCI DSS, GDPR or just want some general tips on how to harden your system per guidelines.

Pretty happy I looked at this and took a deep dive.

#libreops #opsec #cvescan

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Update from birdsite:

In terms of the incident itself, we will publish an update shortly. Summary is: an attacker accessed the production infra that runs matrix.org hence the rebuild. Source code & packages are unaffected. We do not think user data was targeted, but are playing it safe.

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crosspost from @matrix since their instance is currently down:

We’ve taken down the servers which host (link: Matrix.org) Matrix.org and (link: Riot.im) Riot.im for emergency security maintenance - estimated downtime is several hours. More updates as we have them.

the security maintenance is to address issues with (link: Matrix.org) Matrix.org's production infrastructure. This is not a Synapse issue.

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@selea my point exactly.

btw the way he choise is easy. i like coffee a lot so next step is coffee stout.

on that point, we are visiting a brewery tomorrow! yehaw

"japr9qu32r@h.anonymoushacker.tk has sent you an email"

Todays lessons so far:

- promotes fascim/nazism because it is easy to install

- fights fascim/nazism and it more humane because it is easiler to install

- is unwilling to change

- wants to be like twitter

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Debian Hint #23: If your system is using too much disk space, try the
deborphan package; it can offer suggestions about which packages may be
unused and removable. And, of course, don't forget to clean out the
APT cache area (using 'apt-get clean', 'aptitude clean', or
aptitude's Action -> Clean package cache menu item).

selea :trisquel: boosted

My next Linux.Pizza service is beginning to looks usable. Kinda exited to launch this one - if everything goes as planned :)

After two days of sickness at home, we finally starting to recover.
I start with taking a nap

selea :trisquel: boosted

Have you been thinking about making an app for the Librem 5 but didn't know where to start?

I wrote a tutorial blog post for getting started with designing apps for GNOME mobile (and desktop too).

blogs.gnome.org/tbernard/2019/

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People don't usually make the same mistake twice -- they make it three
times, four time, five times...

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Crap, just broke powerdns api. It just started to return 404 for some reason.

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Debian Hint #31: Disabling a normally-active service in a specific runlevel
should be done by changing the S link in /etc/rc<level>.d to a K link,
rather than removing the link entirely; if all links are removed, the
system will assume on the next install that they need to be replaced.

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