Today I learned about gdb-dashboard.
It is a ~/.gdbinit file which will add some nice fancy bells and whistles to to our out-of-the box gdb experience.
The title says Ubuntu, but it may have an impact on every distro running snapd (I've tested it on Fedora).
Make sure you're running a patched version.
CVE-2019-5736 / #runcescape is a good reminder that containers still expose a significant attack surface from the Host. This is why projects like @katacontainers and @flatkvm exist.
BTW, this is another critical security issue successfully mitigated by the default SELinux policies. Looks like @rhatdan was right all along and the initial pain was worth it. 😉
If you're running containers, make sure you have SELinux in enforcing mode (the default in RHEL) and patch your nodes. #runcescape
"runc - Malicious container escape - CVE-2019-5736"
THIS. IS. SIMPLY. AMAZING.
"How Rwanda Built A Drone Delivery Service"
Color photos from a Bell Labs data center in 1969-70. Note how many women were working in tech back in the early days.
I wasn't happy with sharing all clipboard updates on the Host with every @flatkvm session (a malicious app could be snooping), so I implemented a discrete mode and a helper tool ("flatkvm-paste") to only send data on-demand, and to an specific session. https://github.com/flatkvm/flatkvm-paste
Users: "We want multidevice, always-on, end-to-end encryption, like OMEMO."
Telegram: "Here you have Image Search."
Users: "That's nice, but we'd really like to have encryp..."
Telegram: "Hey, we have new stickers!"
Users: "But good crypt..."
Telegram: "Chat Backgrounds."
GNOME 3.32 is due to be released this March, and the theme this cycle is 𝗣𝗘𝗥𝗙𝗢𝗥𝗠𝗔𝗡𝗖𝗘! Check out some of the upcoming optimizations being made GNOME Shell and Mutter:
The only thing stopping me from making this the default behavior in @flatkvm is that it requires *a bit* of pre-configuration on the Host (configuring PulseAudio to load the module).
Last night I've published the first version of flatkvm, a tool to easily run @FlatpakApps isolated with QEMU/KVM.
Still an alpha, but the basic functionality is already there.
Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat, working in Virtualization.
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