Our paper "VM Warmup Blows Hot and Cold" featured on The Morning Paper today: https://blog.acolyer.org/2017/11/07/virtual-machine-warmup-blows-hot-and-cold/
-what're you doing with that 2KB of RAM?
-sending people to the moon
-what're you doing with that 1.5GB of RAM?
Twitter notifying about random stuff now?
I love these ghetto soviet ZX spectrum clones you can see on ebay: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ZX-SPECTRUM-Computer-ULA-no-name-Vintage-Rare-Old-USSR-Soviet-Russian-Clone/152672774272?hash=item238c01a880:g:A2gAAOSweQBZm1~2 -- https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ZX-SPECTRUM-Computer-ACCEPT-Vintage-Rare-Old-USSR-Soviet-Russian-Clone-22/382203107911?hash=item58fd149a47:g:7i0AAOSwg7VZm2BS
"This salt was collected from the Himalayas. It has been there for millions of years"
"Also, it expires next year, somewhere around november"
I can confirm the YubKey 4 nano works for GnuPG on OpenBSD. Thanks to Fabio Niephaus for letting me try his.
Anyone know if a YubiKey 4 nano works on OpenBSD?
If you are using RSA keys generated by yubikey 4 (version < 4.3.5) then you should probably make some new keys (off-chip): https://www.yubico.com/support/security-advisories/ysa-2017-01/
I love how in A Clockwork Orange, Alex refers to Crosley Cruiser style record players as "picnic spinners". Appending this to my vocab :)
Just finished "2001: A Space Odyssey" by Arthur C. Clarke.
See you at OOPSLA in Vancouver?
#OpenBSD songs 3.0-6.2 potpourri with artwork and release history:
#krack researcher about the mikrotik silent patch.
>I allowed OpenBSD to patch silently myself. I never allow MikroTek that. Unless CERT/CC allowed them, they broke embargo without permission
Side note: It's funny that CERT/CC can decide who can do early patches no?
If you're sick, stay home from work
Thanks from us healthy folks
The #OpenBSD signify keys for the upcoming 6.2 release:
Computer scientist, Programmer, OpenBSD Developer.
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