"The Macintosh SE/30 might be ancient and underpowered by today's standards, but it can still serve up a website with a little elbow grease."
"80-Year-Old Man Hasn’t Watered This Sealed Bottle Garden Since 1972 And It’s Still Alive" https://www.physics-astronomy.org/2019/02/80-year-old-man-hasnt-watered-this.html
Je suis en train de tester ampache comme solution de media-center et bien c'est plus que pas mal (enfin en perspectives). Pour l'instant le streaming de musique passe pilpoil (avec transcodage en opus pour le stream et flac pour le dl), pour les films et séries c'est plus tendu, la rPi3B+ souffre un peu et j'attends avec impatience la 4 avec ses 4Gb de ram :D Par contre pour le DLNA ce n'est pas encore ça...
Yess: "First modern coreboot server platform"
A kabylake server with an opensource firmware :D
On the importance of opensource firmware: https://mullvad.net/de/blog/2019/8/7/open-source-firmware-future/
"Millions of Android Smartphones Vulnerable to Trio of Qualcomm Bugs":
"The bugs collectively allow hackers to compromise Android devices remotely simply by sending malicious packets over-the-air – no user interaction required."
More detals here:
On m'a installé un #Linky récemment. Et bien croyez-le ou non mais c'est tellement intrusif dans la vie privée qu'ils sont obligés d'envoyer des gens pour relever les valeurs... Du coup, je ne comprend pas bien l'intérêt. 🤔🤔😈
The technic used here: "This device acts as a proxy and is known to conduct man in the middle (MITM) attacks. First, the device tells the card that verification is not necessary, even though the amount is greater than £30. The device then tells the terminal that verification has already been made by another means." was already in use in other type of credit card fraud if i remember well (It was to bypass the authentication with the pin)
Bonne série estivale sur France Cul: "Conversations secrètes, le monde des espions": https://www.franceculture.fr/emissions/conversations-secretes-le-monde-des-espions/saison-01-07-2019-26-08-2019
"Confirmed: Microsoft Windows zero-day exploit used in government espionage operation"
"Vulnerabilities found in GE anesthesia machines":
"The researcher claims the commands can be used to make unauthorized adjustments to the anesthetic machines' gas composition, such as modifying the concentration of oxygen, CO2, N2O, and other anesthetic agents, or the gas' barometric pressure.
[..] attackers could also silence device alarms for low/high levels of various agents and modify timestamps inside logs."
Ohlala... "Zoom Zero Day: 4+ Million Webcams & maybe an RCE? Just get them to visit your website!"
And the best thing:
"Additionally, if you’ve ever installed the Zoom client and then uninstalled it, you still have a localhost web server on your machine that will happily re-install the Zoom client for you, without requiring any user interaction on your behalf besides visiting a webpage. This re-install ‘feature’ continues to work to this day."
Interesting: "Smithsonian interested in obtaining migrant children's drawings depicting their time in US custody"
"Now, in a fresh turn of events, the retail giant [amazon] has confirmed that it keeps transcripts and voice recordings indefinitely, and only removes them if they’re manually deleted by users.": https://thenextweb.com/security/2019/07/03/amazon-confirms-it-retains-your-alexa-voice-recordings-indefinitely/
Entropy factor / Lurker at the threshold / ? = +
Interest: bsd /linux /infosec /retrocomputing /spycraft /coldwarhist
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko