This paper on a malloc() replacement that DOES COMPACTION even on C/C++ is making the rounds: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1902.04738.pdf
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.
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.
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
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