Ive just published my next blog in the Slicing onion series. This one is about how Tor relates to vpns and other tech. And its called: Onion recipes; VPN not required.
I hope you all enjoy it, and be sure to give feedback if you have any :)
We've got big news.
After months of work, Tor Browser is now stable on Android.
Tor Browser 8.5 brings the highest degree of privacy and censorship-circumvention available to Android users. https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-browser-85
A great introduction to technologies for graphics programming in Rust written by Simon Heath: https://wiki.alopex.li/AGuideToRustGraphicsLibraries2019 #rust #gamedev
What ink is that? Looks good.
Right on time, I discovered OMEMO and Double Ratchet just yesterday. Thanks for the write up.
In this post I try to explain the Double Ratchet Algorithm that drives the cryptography behind OMEMO and Signal. This is the second part of my series about the crypto behind OMEMO. https://blog.jabberhead.tk/2019/04/15/closer-look-at-the-double-ratchet/
@ashfurrow https://keybase.io/blog/keybase-proofs-for-mastodon-and-everyone Could you please add this instance to the list? :) #keybase
I wish it was possible to filter out RTs when browsing tags. I'm looking for mastodon-based #pixelart artists/hobbyists to follow.
> What are birds? We just don't know.
Weekend hack: Creating a retrofuture internet terminal by replacing the Motorola MDT-9100's i386SX with a BeagleBone Black and Teensy: https://trmm.net/MDT9100
@neon I have no personal experience with the Vortex POK3R, but it seems to be a popular choice among MK enthusiasts.
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