Hello [Hackz] friends,
Does anyone have experience using SELinux? I am working with it right now and setting it up under a new install (Gentoo, which seems to have a robust set of SELinux policies to complement many of its packages) but I'm curious how your experience with this software has been.
... mostly I want to protect my GPG keys and other goodies which are in my ~/ directory from programs like Firefox, Slack, Steam etc. etc. I am already on Wayland so I have a pretty good handle on the security afforded by moving away from X, a software which is easily keylogged.
I am impressed by Android which uses SELinux to isolate apps using contexts for each installed program and I want to set up something similar on my main machine.
New server IP same great taste
Is RAL software supposed to run on linux or windows, and is there a detailed version than readme.md file?
What's up folks,
I've compiled a list of textboard sites in a .json format.
Am I missing any?
How many domains do you own? What do you use them for?
I own 9 and am considering buying a 10th (not counting third-level domains ofc)... most of mine point to a VPS that runs a few different things
Admin, did you notice that you removed the `id` attributes on posts from the HTML? If you click one of the "Show Context" links on the homepage, it no longer jumps directly to the post.
Horizontal or vertical monitors?
The machine is trying to shut down, trapping you inside it!
do you try to "limit" the time you spend on your phone each day? I was originally going to limit "technology" use each day (e.g. restricting computer use to only what's absolutely necessary) but my work demands it now so I can't really avoid it. I try to keep my phone usage down to 1.5 hours max each day, that's including everything: 2FA requests, texts, emails, etc. etc.
What is your idea of an ideal discussion board?
1) Anonymous extboard
2) No name or trip field
3) IDs so as to identify posters in a thread
4) Post numbers to reply to like most text boards
5) Almost all functions work with plain HTML/CSS scripts
This place is sort of the ideal place I have found except for points 3 and 4 I guess.
Earlier I would include imageboards too but considering so many imageboards I know is filled with avatarfaggotry drama, except for boards that encourage it.
Also earlier I would include multiboard system but seeing the absolute state of 8chan I think its better if forums were topic specific instead of all in one like many forums.
Hello RalEE, admin here. I'm going to (in the coming months) redesign the front-page so that we can make conversations a little more accessible. I know that, right now, it is hard to find the "main" threads or the "important" topics, so I want to implement some changes to the layout to allow you to find, search, and tag these threads.
So, if you've got anything that you'd like to see out of the site now is your chance to let me know
Well that's a lot of warks, you should buy an anti-wark remedy.
Does anybody have / need private tracker invites?
I've got a few invites...
Do you program regularly?
Here's an interesting read about Controlling / Governing the Virtual World
Compiled in 1999~1998; what kind of things have changed since then?
Soulseek (slsk) is not a purely P2P network; there is a central server (server.slsknet.org) which acts as a "directory" for all users on the network. When you join the network initially you bootstrap off this directory server which has the addresses of all users on the slsk network.
Isn't it normal that copyright-evading services which have a central server get taken down instantly (e.g. Napster, Oink's Pink Palace) Why is slsk still around? I've poked around at the server above and can find no information about it aside from the domain registrar.
Are you ready for IPv6 anon?
I made an insecure web app, using a premade LAMP stack, writing some bad PHP code that connected to a MySQL database. I didn't protect it against SQL injection or XSS, but it somehow wasn't vulnerable to either of them. Is this because of the web application firewall?
Is it a bad thing to get in a habit of writing insecure code and just letting the web application firewall keep you secure?
Does anyone have experience creating a P2P (i.e. mesh) network? I've been writing some software which I'd like to port from a strictly local client to being able to connect in to a topology similar to the BTC network.
Just looking for opinions / libraries / thoughts
AMD made a 64-core/128-thread processor