If you're skeptical of security by facial identification, you're right:
"Master faces that can bypass over 40% of facial id authentication systems"


The Morning Paper has a fascinating review of how to completely break face recognition via infrared: blog.acolyer.org/2019/10/15/in

John Goerzen takes a look at desktop security on Linux and comes up pretty much empty-handed: changelog.complete.org/archive

Personally, I've never looked deeper into AppArmor or SELinux. I struggle quite a bit with maintaining my iptables already, everything in addition looks like too much.

Just watching youtu.be/4XdF4OiAAzU about security in the node.js environment, which is quite terrifying.

I wonder what measurements are taken on other similar platforms like clojars, mvn or pypi.