Sudo Flaw Lets Linux Users Run Commands As Root Even When They're Restricted https://thehackernews.com/2019/10/linux-sudo-run-as-root-flaw.html
directional blur irl
Lenticular lenses can be used to blur images along a single direction
@mmarif @raboof Yup, we have just released the 1st beta of #mobilizon : https://framablog.org/2019/10/15/mobilizon-lifting-the-veil-on-the-beta-release/ (with a demo instance).
It's still a work in progress we plan to integrate #activityPub federation by the end of the year, and a full v1 release during 1st semester 2020.
My next desktop PC is a SMARTPHONE?! Hands on review of the #Librem5 phone by @purism https://beta.lbry.tv/@TheLinuxGamer:f/i-got-my-hands-on-the-librem5-phone:2
Latest uBlock Origin Update Rejected from the Chrome Web Store. No time like the present to switch to Firefox.
Ah, one more thing! Friday 7PM UTC we have a project jam in the Peers community, and everyone is welcome to join!
ForgeFed tasks you can help with: Check out the open issues and the forum topics, write feedback. Ask questions, to let us know what's missing in the docs. Hack on MCFI and Vervis. Look into initial ActivityPub support in existing forges such as #GitLab CI and #Gitea.
Also, just have nice chat and inspire each other :)
#Tusky 9 is out!
Creating polls, improved search, always expand content warnings, and more!
Read the full changelog here: https://github.com/tuskyapp/Tusky/releases/tag/v9.0
I've got an idea - I've missed these exhaust dampeners (?). Also: improved the exhaust pipe side mount. It looked too weedy before.
I'm playing FlatOut 2 while making this, so I'm seeing what breaks off when you hit cars against each other too much...
This time I'm *really* done for today.
It's very early days, and I have a lot of design work to do, but #Readlebee is on its way to becoming a reality!
If you have questions or want to discuss the project or contribute, check out the Gitter link, which lets you log in with a GitHub, GitLab, or Twitter account:
Hi all, I've set up a new website, https://byuu.net, where I aim to host technical articles and resources aimed at the more nuanced portions of emulator development not often covered by traditional 'how to write an emulator' tutorials.
The site's rather new, but I hope to add new content on a weekly basis. If you enjoy my technical writings, or are interested in emulator development, please check it out sometime, thanks ^-^
Question for you!
I'm building a static website and thinking of using formspree.io for the contact form. Got any alternatives to recommend for the task?
They seem like a good service, but their use of Google's recaptcha makes me want for an alternative.
What is browser fingerprinting? How is it used? What is Tor Browser doing against it? Find out in this guest post by Pierre Laperdrix
"Any script running in your browser can silently build a fingerprint of your device without you even knowing about it."