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DNS flag day–changes affecting Extension mechanisms for DNS (EDNS):

– on or around Feb 1st, 2019, major open source resolver vendors will release updates that implement stricter EDNS handling, and public DNS provides will disable workarounds
– as a DNS server admin, check your EDNS compliance
– see also:

#dns #security #infosec #cybersecurity #dnsflagday #edns #compliance

gofundme, police murder, #BlackLivesMatter Show more

I just had an absolutely horrifying vision of a nightmare future where concerts are interrupted by commercial breaks like spotify

i have opened registration on for all friendly anticapitalists, vegetarian/vegans, queer people, or anyone in the immediate orbit of these topics. boost appreciated. #mastadmin #fediverse #vegan #instanceadmin

Government Shutdown: TLS Certificates Not Renewed, Many Websites Are Down

Crayola had a line of tech-themed crayons in 1997 called "Techno-Brite"

I don't understand HDR10 and Dolby this and 10-bit that. Just, let the bodies manufacturing these (hi Thunderbolt/USB-C) make a standard and be done with it..?

“The Google data archive you started on December 31, 2018 is ready. It contains your Android Device Configuration Service, Blogger, Bookmarks, Calendar, Chrome, Classic Sites, Classroom, Cloud Print, Contacts, Data Shared For Research, Drive, Fit, G Suite Marketplace, Google Help Communities, Google My Business, Google Pay, Google Photos, Google Play Books, Google Play Console, Google Play Games Services, Google Play Movies & TV, Google Play Store, Google Shopping, Google+ +1s on websites, …

… Google+ Circles, Google+ Communities, Google+ Stream, Groups, Handsfree, Hangouts, Hangouts on Air, Home App, Input Tools, Keep, Location History, Mail, Maps, Maps (your places), My Activity, My Maps, News, Posts on Google, Profile, Purchases & Reservations, Reminders, Saved, Search Contributions, Street View, Tasks, Textcube, Voice, and YouTube data.”

And that’s just Google. Not what Alphabet, Inc. has on me. No data they bought from brokers. No derived data.


And this was the final archive (~17GB), which I downloaded before deleting my account.

The Internet Protocol, 1974: We have over 60.000 ports for applications to use

The Real Internet, 2018: Anything not sent on port 80 or 443 will *probably* break

US/Canada Copyright Pol Show more


it took 1000s of years to get the amount of work to create light down to trivial amounts so everyone could use it

it took just 10 years to fuck it up and need a few megawatts of servers to turn one bulb on from the couch


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