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(From github.com): Token Reverser: Words list generator to crack security tokens https://github.com/dariusztytko/token-reverser.git
Oh! While it's best viewed on a laptop screen (or larger screen), it's also 'mobile-friendly'. I've just set the screen orientation to landscape, which fixes a problem with some buttons. So, it works on a phone, but really looks better on bigger screen :) https://artatomic.itch.io/data-meditations-an-abstract-koi-pond
Today, we're releasing the full text of THE MAKING OF THE TECH WORKER MOVEMENT by @email@example.com, a ~50 page zine that tells the story of how the tech worker movement was made, and how it remade the people who participated in it. https://logicmag.io/the-making-of-the-tech-worker-movement/full-text/
Wow - I had the pleasure of interacting with Tim in a previous role. He’s genuinely compassionate and concerned, so, if you piss him off, you’re doing something really wrong.
Short, but effective Docker-building technique:
Be more clever (obnoxious?) with your video conferencing!
(From holzschu.github.io): A-Shell: Terminal for iOS https://holzschu.github.io/a-Shell_iOS/
Really fantastic work here:
📣 Beehive 0.4.0 is out! 📣
- Rocket Chat
- Cloudflare DDNS
Added more Events & Actions for various bees and services, Mastodon among them!
...and many more new features & bugfixes!
Get it here:
(From www.schneier.com): Security and Privacy Implications of Zoom https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2020/04/security_and_pr_1.html
As I noted in my last Weekly News Summary, several open source projects for MacAdmins have completed their transition to Python 3. AutoPkg, JSSImport and outset announced Python 3 compatible versions last week and Munki already had the first Python 3 version last December.
Apple has included a version of Python 2 with Mac OS X since 10.2 (Jaguar). Python 3.0 was released in 2008 and it was not fully backwards c
If you're providing online services, communications or network infrastructure for other people and you have any kind of basic ethical foundation for what you do:
This talk by Paul Vixie gives a good overview about the problems with the current DoH (DNS over HTTPS) advancements by commercial traffic interceptors like Cloudflare and how Mozilla/Firefox is selling you and your private data out to them.
This is an hour *really* well spent!
This article—which is more like a short book—amazingly describes the history of HTML/CSS web development.
Really great read.
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