A remote code execution vulnerability in qmail
"Just in case anybody out there is still using qmail: a remote code execution vulnerability has just been disclosed. Its CVE number is CVE-2005-1513 because, as it turns out, the problem was reported 15 years ago but the fix was refused by the maintainer"
lmao what the fuck
Workout finished. Busy night ahead: finish merging some gnarly code, get a production deploy out, read some infosec books, hopefully play some MekaMek with my buddy, and probably watch part of a BJJ instructional video. Curious how much of this pile of stuff I get done. Workthings take priority, naturally.
Last time I used a BSD on my own hardware I remember having these issues: java of any kind was a shit show, webrtc didn't work, some of the programs I used in Linux weren't available. I think that's about it. The tradeoff I guess is security plus extra neck whiskers. I also like to play some emulators and the occasional old ass game or libre game. Again... I'm gonna have to research. Maybe I'll make a list of programs I use and just search ye olde WWW.
Alright, alright... with all the #OpenBSD buzz in my feed lately, is it a suitable daily driver? I used to run #FreeBSD and #NetBSD as my primary OS for years. These days I've been comfortable with MX Linux after breezing through several distros. Would it fit my use cases? Network analysis, coding, infosec hijinx, video watching, music listening, lots of VMs, ham radio stuff, general web consumption? Perhaps I have some research to do. I haven't looked at BSD outside SDF in probably 5 years
Real fukkin' neato: https://qrp-labs.com/qcxp.html
I remain skeptical of HF digital (besides all my QRP CW time if that counts) but I suppose WSPR is as good a place to start as any.
I wonder if it's possible to mess with ring doorbell cameras with flashing infrared light, kind of how you can mess with standard security cameras that way. My neighbors don't have one of these awful devices but there is one on my daily walk that I've noticed. I believe I'd flood them with IR if I were their neighbor.
Well, my #subgenius ordainment kit just arrived. I should've paid my $35 years ago. This packet is amazing.
Anarchism, to me, means not only the denial of authority, not only a new economy, but a revision of the principles of morality. It means the development of the individual as well as the assertion of the individual. It means self-responsibility, and not leader worship.
-- Voltairine de Cleyre