There's a new zine out called PagedOut - it sort of reminds me of POC||STFU in the best way possible, in that it gets right to the fucking point.
Here's the first issue in pdf form: https://pagedout.institute/download/PagedOut_001_beta1.pdf
Went to have bøfsandwich with a friend today - it was his first time, but it was also his last time, as he'll be living with British cuisine from now on.
It was quite good, though:
There's a #PoC for the recent #FreeBSD FFS issue, written by Frederico Bento, demonstrated over on the birb site: https://twitter.com/uid1000/status/1146814845842591747
"Automatic Exploitation of Fully Randomized Executable" at https://dspace.mit.edu/bitstream/handle/1721.1/121246/paper.pdf is an interesting read.
@akpoff Thanks for a great talk at BSDCan with some good anecdotes, a good pronounciation of Mærsk, and a few ideas for my own road-warrior setup. I do have a question though:
If you go through border patrol a lot and they ask to search your computer, can't you have Windows on a secondary disk in the machine that you switch to be the boot-disk in the firmware, while traveling over international waters (no crimes can happen there, so it isn't illegal :P)?
The surprising thing about an 8S server is that it can be had for LESS than half a million USD: https://0x0.st/zjoo.pdf
@reyk What have you done?!
Building kodi-devel 18.2 (and later kodi-addon-pvr-hts) to run on in cage, which is a kiosk Wayland composer.
It's the very last thing I need to get running, and then my HTPC will be using #FreeBSD :)
Stumbled across a very interesting thing in the inks rss feed of @tedu - an article covering how to work with nested tmux sessions (something I found myself doing all too often, despite the fact that I know the pitfalls of it). I'll be trying out these things to see if it makes life better:
@CyReVolt I feel like CloudABI is probably the most interesting of all technologies in FreeBSD that isn't getting as much attention as it deserves (ptnet being a close second) - it kinda fixes the issue of not needing to care about what OS you're running your software on, as I understand it.
It's a pity pot doesn't support ipfw, because I much prefer it to pf.
Dane. Self-confessed paronomasiac, Unix-like(r), FreeBSD sysadmin, and a hoopy frood. Aficionado of the color purple. Naming computers after sentient AIs since 1994.