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Any #Android dev out there looking for a new (and probably easy) project?

I just found Nextcloud Cookbook (/com/android/quickstep) which lacks an Android counter-part. Even "View only" would be great (for the kitchen). All data is stored in files, one sub-dir per recipe, well structured JSON for data (plus image files if there are any with the recipe).

Who takes the challenge and writes a small viewer?


Edward @snowden writes about the prosecutions of Julian Assange and Glenn Greenwald: "The most essential journalism of every era is precisely that which a government attempts to silence."


New study on top 10k websites:
🔹99% of the cookies are for tracking
🔹1 third party can trigger a tree of up to 8 other services
🔹62% of the embeds fluctuate (you can't foresee what they trigger)
🔹93% send data in countries without GDPR/Privacy Shield


This tank level sensor is using an board with a JSN-SR04 distance sensor.
Code running on the board is Tasmota which works out of the box with only minor configuration and gives me connectivity and publishing.

Once put in a proper waterproof enclosure and "installed" on water tank, I'll integrate it with my Home-Assistant to be easily able to see tank levels.

I've been working on a remote distance sensor to measure the level of water in a water tank. Had to solder some stuff together which worked on the first try... 😀

No to Chrome – wants to automate us


There is a simple first step that every internet user can take to make things a little better. Seek out a better web browser to replace Google Chrome and tell everyone to do the same.

Hoping the will be usable by general purpose people soon. I am keen to get off and onto a phone with a lot more and a lot less (hopefully no)


"Unlike the metasearch engines listed here which aggregate the results of other engines, Mojeek runs its own crawler and search algorithms which were devised and maintained in house. Thus far, the Mojeek crawler has indexed around 2.5 billion pages..."

Great to see us included on Computing's 'Escape from Google: 12 privacy-promoting search engines reviewed' article.


We have computed the very first chosen-prefix collision for SHA-1. To put it in another way: all attacks that are practical on MD5 are now also practical on SHA-1.

We have reduced the cost of a collision attack from 2^64.7 to 2^61.2, and the cost of a chosen-prefix collision attack from 2^67.1 to 2^63.4.

Demo: The legacy branch of GnuPG (version 1.4) is vulnerable. We have created two PGP keys with different UserIDs and colliding certificates.


It you have a google account please help with reporting this as harmful and impersonating.

*DO NOT INSTALL* (except if you are a malware researcher 😉)

Fake F-Droid app, please report:

OK we need to stop with the argument : "we can't block trackers because then the web won't work anymore." I have been using Brave, Firefox (with Privacy Badger & HTTPS Everywhere), Samsung Internet with Disconnect (& built in tracking protection) & Safari (with Better blocker and 3rd party cookies disabled) for years now. I can report: the web works mostly fine without the tracking. In fact, it's great.

How to fight back against Google AMP as a web user and a web developer markosaric.com/google-amp/

Security Warning: CLI binaries available on getmonero.org may have been compromised at some point during the last 24h. #monero redd.it/dyfozs

My companion fast asleep in his box next to my seat.
Doesn't help a lot with the actual coding but is always ready for a pet... :blobmiou:

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