Wrote my first non-trivial #Rust application which uses Warp and the new post-stdlib-futures Hyper. Not too bad, although I really wish Warp would let me write output filters without that terrible make_service_fn hack.
`dnssec-lookaside no` fixes it
Apparently, the old DLV system expired, so anyone running BIND with a 2017-era config is having a bad day.
All my servers are failing DNSSEC for everything under .com with `dlv.isc.org DNSKEY: verify failed due to bad signature
(keyid=19297): RRSIG has expired` ; is there a missing trust root update somewhere or is #DNS globally hosed?
https://sf.gov/stay-home-except-essential-needs is... pretty stark...
Oh yeah, I wrote an open-sourced https://github.com/easypost/ferrous-socks the other week, in case anyone ever needs a high-performance SOCKS5 proxy.
No matter what I say they just come back that NIST SP800-63 says 8 characters is good enough so we shouldn't require more than 8 characters.
My damned growth team is trying to get us to reduce the password length requirement for user accounts; does anyone have a persuasive citation for why 8 characters is not enough any more? I've got a few infosec-focused ones (including from our security auditors), but they're not buying any of them so far.
Go home #macOS, you’re drunk
@JPEG Aurora crashes on launch on my Mac when the UPS is plugged in with
'NSInternalInconsistencyException', reason: 'NSUbiquitousKeyValueStore: key 'American Power Conversion Back-UPS RS 1000MS FW:950.e3 .D USB FW:e3' is too long.'
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