When distributions get it wrong https://tingping.github.io/2018/03/02/when-distros-get-it-wrong.html
I mean, the intentionally unpatched CVEs should be enough to demonstrate that the maintainer doesn't make good decisions, right?
But on top of that, the maintainer wrote the docs himself, so it proves he doesn't know anything about encryption and therefore has no business forking an SSL library (yes Pale Moon forks NSS).
And remember, if you try to fix any of this unmitigated disaster, you get treated to harassment from the maintainer and his social circle.
Which is exactly why Pale Moon is blocked from ever entering Alpine.
I noticed that the Pale Moon idiots refer to the Camellia family of ciphers in their documentation as "camilla cyphers".
We can add that to the list of reasons not to use their software if you want security.
Spent almost the whole day chasing a bug in the wrong place. Finally attached to the process with `gdb` and typed `bt`... 🤦♂️
New season of Lucifer on Netflix PL. If only I could watch it on OpenBSD :(
6.1/6.2 security errata patches are out for #OpenBSD/amd64, which workaround the #Meltdown flaw on Intel CPUs, 6.2 syspatch(8) is also available on some mirrors: https://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/patches/6.2/common/009_meltdown.patch.sig https://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/patches/6.1/common/037_meltdown.patch.sig
My twitter account just got locked for posting a tweet is similar to my last one.. sigh.
#OpenBSD has moved 6.3-beta, get ready to make some time for testing! 😎 https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-cvs&m=151982981310046&w=2
Github having issues? I can't seem to access status.github.com itself main site feels slow and not always loads.