The air-gap is difficult to manage but also essential to mitigate risks to sources. We're indeed moving towards a setup based on Qubes OS that will offer comparable security properties.
That work is quite far along already. See https://github.com/freedomofpress/securedrop-workstation (for developers right now but the screenshot gives you an idea how it will work).
In the meantime, if we can help with SecureDrop, please don't hesitate to contact us at securedrop AT freedom DOT press!
“The technology behind the internet is not incompatible with our rights, but the business model Facebook and Google have chosen is.”
Yep, that’s Amnesty International saying that.
Read about Fabrice Bellard for the first time today - seems to be doing lots of awesome stuff!
I did not real expect this to work, but it did:
#WorksForMe, but not very intuitive, is it?
A button/link "view this Page for another ABAP-Version" would be!
This helped myself today! :-)
Question (typing "Transport" in the search filed) to answer (finding this toot) in ~ 2 seconds.
A recent outage of the internet makes me think:
How much of your work can you do #offline? (Or with only a weak or temporary internet connection. )
How dependent are you on internet connection?
Do you have a offline backup-plan?
Shortly dipped into #chocolatey today - to me it seems ok/nice to quickly try something out, and also quickly get rid of it again.
But for Software I (know I) want to keep, I'll probably stick to manual download + installation , keeping full control.
Somtime, there also is Non-ABAP interesting stuff at #SAPCommunity.
Here we talk about #LearnHack|s:
I still think that a situation in which we need to carry 4 cores and 4GB of RAM with us to display a map or view a website is pathological. But now that we've ended up in it, guess it wouldn't be bad if people could attach some sane peripherals to the 4 cores and 4GB of RAM they already have as use it as a regular PC.
Q: What is the current AdT-Version?
Version: 2019-09 (4.13)
(from: https://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/downloads/ ,
see also https://blogs.sap.com/2019/06/07/installing-lean-eclipse-with-adt/)
#CurrentVersion as of 2019/10
I got a new pc (#Windows10) so I have to install the programs I want.
I was smart and made a list, so not to much of a big deal - I still wonder if maybe it could be done smarter next time:
I have that list of programs, I go to the URL, download the latest version, install it, repeat with the next list item.
Maybe that could be (semi-)automated somehow?
Then again, it only happens every few years, so probably not worth the bother...
7. Klick auf "Download the SAP Passport" -> lokal speichern
8. Doppelklick auf *.pfx-Datei
9. -> Win-Zertifikat-Import-Assistent startet. (Passwort ist das aus 6.)
10.2 #Opera musste ich einmal neu starten.
2. S-User oder E-Mail als Anmeldename
3. S-User-Passwort angeben.
4. SAP-Passport-App öffnen.
5. Nochmal S-User-Passwort angeben
6. Im PopUp ein Passwort für das Zertifikat angeben
@aral @ I'm especialli interested in your take!? "no, there is non on that platform!" is the sad but valid answer I expect... 😞
(I have no chance to switch the platform here, so #Win10 is given).