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Once upon a time, Linux used BitKeeper for version control. One day Tridge happened to telnet into it and type “help”, and used that info to make a program to clone the repo. This pissed off BitKeeper who withdrew the license. This pissed off Linux who wrote Git to replace it.

We have Git because Tridge typed “help” in the right place.

How Tridge reverse engineered BitKeeper

🚨 Important: starting July 15, 2021, Tor will no longer support v2 onion services. If you are a site administrator, you must upgrade to v3 onion services. Here is the full deprecation timeline:

My mood this morning upon being reminded that people use runkit in production.

The future is now!

Justice Department announces court-authorized effort to disrupt exploitation of Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerabilities | USAO-SDTX | Department of Justice

How to opt your site out of Google's new FLoC user tracking programme with OpenBSD's relayd(8):

(1) add this one-liner to any "http protocol" block(s) in /etc/relayd.conf, and

(2) restart relayd

> match response header set "Permissions-Policy" value "interest-cohort=()"

Afterward you should see this in the HTTP header response:

$ curl -sI | grep Permissions-Policy
Permissions-Policy: interest-cohort=()


The Tor Project is hiring a Junior Systems Administrator! Please retweet and share this opportunity with your networks.

Three months after the Capitol attack: Forgetting won't save you
The Capitol invasion was a national trauma — with no catharsis.

Collective amnesia won't make fascism go away

#CapitolRiot #capitolinsurection #cult45 #trump

Linux kernel incorrect computation of branch displacements in BPF JIT compiler

(submitted by panic)

How tiny machines become capable of learning: Team of physicists develop learning microswimmers -- ScienceDaily

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