I'm a computer professional and I just spent a couple minutes debugging my camera setup for a video call before realizing the privacy cover was covering the camera.
I backed the Solo Key on Kickstarter and it should be coming soon.
I'm curious if I can use that to unlock a LUKS encrypted disk on Linux (specifically Ubuntu). Can't seem to find anything on that.
Anyone used FIDO2 and LUKS?
Looking at Github Actions:
Seems that you can basically get 100 minutes of CPU time for every event, which includes star'ing a project.
Which means that if I use that to mine bitcoin, you can transfer a little bit of Microsoft's money to me by liking my project.
Sustainable funding model for OSS development? 😉
Got in a car accident in December where I ended up in the hospital. It wasn't too bad, but they took X-rays.
5 months later I have finally gotten the bill from the radiologist who read that x-ray.
I feel like there should be a statute of limitations on medical billing. I already got the info from my insurance to know that they paid in January.
Love that someone took the time to package up Mosaic for modern Linux.
But the web isn't really usable with it.
Wow, upgrade now on our schedule or get sued! A new low. — https://www.dpreview.com/news/7744137117/adobe-informs-users-that-using-old-versions-of-cc-apps-could-lead-to-lawsuits-from-third-parties
Had to send my phone into repair so I'm using an older Nexus 5 with @ubports on it. Have to say I miss it.
Love how much everything is integrated and right at hand. Calendar entries, quick swipe. Replies, quick swipe. etc. etc.
Blog — OAuth2 in the Shell — https://gould.cx/ted/blog/2019/05/08/OAuth-in-the-Shell/
Love the idea of bringing science to everyone, but I have to say I'm a little nervous about making biolabs this accessible.
It feels like we still don't have a grasp of the safety issues stemming from people making and releasing potentially dangerous biology into the world. I realize we can't keep the knowledge in a bottle, but wow, a whole new set of problems are coming.
In the past (don't ask for dates) you'd use the arcfour family. Today some aes-cbt as it seems.
This hits a little too close to home — https://web.stagram.com/p/Bw9_v2hFrSC?utm_source=webstagram&utm_campaign=rss
Which SSH keys are the *fastest*?
It seems that no one talks about this, but I'm SSH'ing into a container in my machine, I have no security concerns. I really want to use as little math as possible. But I can't seem to find which key types are actually the fastest.
Seems like a reasonable question? Or is that only for auth and another encryption is used for the connection?
Pragmatic idealist. Building a company Axiom. Worked on Ubuntu Phone. Inkscape co-founder. Probably human.
A server setup for the users of gould.cx to connect to the greater ActivityPub network.