I wrote a summary of the DNS over TLS vs DNS over HTTPS debate (without going too much into the drama).
It also contains an introduction to my proposed solution, and why it’s better than either.
Almost 30K #Rustlang crates!
Dear Lazyweb, Is anyone here (a) interested in crypto (b) prepared to work in Windows (c) at least aware of or interested in Rust and (d) fancying working with a Rust project to add support for Windows' Crypto-Next-Generation API ? If so, hit me up for a project idea.
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Please spend 2 minutes today and use https://resist.bot to ask your reps to please, with sugar on top, not build concentration camps to incarcerate children indefinitely.
“There are many Hong Kongers and other smart people writing online who can explain the political context of the protests, the likelihood of intervention, and what this means in a deeper way. I am just a visitor who perhaps thinks too much about fish cakes when being tear gassed.”
Of course Maciej Cegłowski went to #HongKong protests and wrote a brilliant piece, with references to how the ’80s Soviet–American culture shock is as great as the 2010s America–HK one.
fighting against hate groups, effect of destroying their place, twitter screenshot
Turns out that destroying gathering place for nazis/oppressors actually works and we should do it and continue to do it.
Just saying "they will move somehere else" is totally stupid and doesn't understand the principle of war of cost.
I've added quick search to https://lib.rs. Go to URL like:
and it'll search for the keyword after "?". You can also use crate name instead:
and it'll open the crate page directly.
If attacker can modify the shell script, they can modify checksums in the script.
But still that sounds like `curl && sh` is *safer* than downloading the payload directly, because the script can add an integrity check, which users may not do themselves.
HTTPS would notice attack on your DNS (and without transport security you're totally screwed no matter what you download from where).
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Good morning, everyone! I've put up another call for contributions for #entropic: https://discourse.entropic.dev/t/looking-for-help-rust-port-of-http-cache-semantics/258
This one is a particularly nice way for JS devs to get into Rust, since it involves porting an existing JS module! It also has the potential to be widely-used by Rust folks!