Lenovo published bios update for the T480 to allow disabling/enabling hyperthreading in BIOS. I guess they did the same for others models.
If you run #openbsd with hw.smt=0 (if you don't know what it is, you do), disabling hyperthreading in bios will improve performance by something like 25%
(HT cores runs at 80% of their speed with 2 threads, disabling it, you get your cores running at 100% so it's a 25% improvement).
@starbreaker I definitely notice how most tech employees don't see themselves as needing the protections awarded by negotiating as a class.
The "we can understand and solve problems better than anyone" attitude is prevalent. Hubris.
I found that one-on-one it's easy to break this illusion. My go-to topic is individual IP protection.
Have you tried https://scuttlebutt.nz? Any thoughts?
#36C3-Presale-Announcement hier: https://events.ccc.de/2019/10/19/36c3-tickets-presale/
Collision Avoidance Challenge
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Well, if you're a criminal and need to bypass face recognition cam based security, don't worry, 3 IR LEDs get you there securely.
If you wanna pass as someone else, you might have a much as 70% chance to pull even that off.
Good to know if I decide to switch career paths from software to criminal ;)
Videos from State of the Map 2019: https://media.ccc.de/c/sotm2019
Wow, it's really out of control isn't it...
Philosophy of Computer Science - Dr. William J. Rapaport
Reverse Engineering The Sound Blaster https://hackaday.com/2019/06/19/reverse-engineering-the-sound-blaster/ #Retrocomputing #classichacks #soundblaster #SoundBlaster #8051
I am Time grown old to destroy the world,
Embarked on the course of world annihilation.
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