datacenters do not imbue computers with special powers. if you own a desktop less than a decade old, congrats! you already own a server more than capable of hosting any and/or all of these:
(for free, forever)
So ever since I discovered my junk email had a Microsoft account and I requested deletion of it, I’ve been getting daily emails about rewards, free points, and other useless junk.
Microsoft, some advice from me, that’s not how you try to keep a person from having their account deleted.
> Privacy Tool uBlock (NOT uBlock Origin) Adds User Tracking Feature
tfw the EFF recommends everyone to switch from PGP to Signal but it turns out PGP is safe and Signal is unsafe https://thehackernews.com/2018/05/signal-desktop-hacking.html
⚠ The security vulnerability on discovered in rc1 and rc2 have been patched, in verson 2.4.0rc3 ⚠ UPDATE ASAP
⚠ If you've run 2.3.3+master you may be affected too (since the 27th of march)
⭐ 2.3.3 and other previous stable versions are SAFE, and not affected by it.
(updated toot with additional info, read full info inside the release on github)
It looks like SSL Labs removed the personal information form from their dev server. I guess that didn’t end up being very popular. 🎊
Friend to friend: When you make a release please take a few minutes to make a human-readable changelog of what has changed since the last release?
Your commit-messages are not a changelog.
Let me re-iterate:
Your commit-messages are _not_ a changelog.
A changelog allows me to follow what you were thinking between releases.
A commit log shows me your keystrokes between releases.
I need to know what you were thinking.
Never mind, it didn’t fix anything. My phone just decided to go on an IPv6 usage streak. 🙁
Amazon threatens to suspend Signal's AWS account over censorship circumvention https://signal.org/blog/looking-back-on-the-front/
So apparently running my own DNS resolver solved all my problems with my devices not consistently or not at all preferring IPv6. I don’t know why, as the old resolver I was using supported IPv6 just fine.
So I’m thinking of setting up my own personal Nextcloud instance, but I’m curious to know how most people access theirs. Does everyone just access it over a LAN (whether it’s a VPN or a physical LAN) or does everyone set up a subdomain (like cloud.logaldeveloper.com for example) and use that publicly?
"not all pages need ssl"
then what is this???
mstdn.io, the instance that never stops moving.
This is a random toot meant to contribute to the amount of statuses created on this instance in hope that I can brag I had an effect on the next milestone.
⚠️ Expect some delay because I'm watching Steins;Gate right now
A teenager in Canada who downloaded several thousand public freedom-of-information requests records has been raided by police and accused of "stealing" private information
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/freedom-of-information-request-privacy-breach-teen-speaks-out-1.4621970 source: https://twitter.com/eff/status/986040293806911488