Software Jailbreak for any #Kindle <= 5.14.1
@butcher in the screenshot I'm using a cli client for Trello and each new line is a different card, but your question remains valid as they are not encrypted. No idea.
@fabianhjr It's 10 years and 1 month (just checked!) that I keep my dotfiles repo updated, but I fear that most users don't get the purpose of it and just use git as backup tool.
Why the HELL do people push their ~/ config files to public git repositories 🤦♂️
I was looking for a specific file and I got access to the #Trello board of this guy. This is just one example... there are SO MANY and for all tastes (GitHub, Spotify, cookies ...) #security
(if you are wondering, I mailed the guy and got a 'thanks')
Uh, there's also Conduit that promises to be faster. I never thought that there could exist different server implementations out there
@rimugu I think the Session is the "number one" here, but advocating for Session adoption is hard and at that point I would rather advocate for #xmpp because I already know the protocol && it keeps evolving since 20 years && I can selfhost it. I can't selfhost Matrix with the same resources and I can't host Session with the same money.
It's not! https://www.privacytools.io/guides/jonah-aragon-privacyguides-failed-attempt-to-takeover
#bash script to list unused #AWS AMIs
I was caught in the mindset that #privacytools.io was being replaced by privacyguides, sadly because i liked privacytools.io better.
Now it seems that this might not be the case and was a takeover attempt: https://www.privacytools.io/guides/jonah-aragon-privacyguides-failed-attempt-to-takeover
Session is decentralised.
But what does that really mean, and what does the network that powers Session actually look like?
Find out 👇
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