Well, FWIW, here it is, framework added, plus a few proof-of-concept test cases: https://git.claws-mail.org/?p=claws.git;a=commitdiff;h=a095dd
Today I learned about a great and simple way to simulate network latency, packet loss, packet corruption, etc. on Linux - the "netem" traffic scheduler: https://wiki.linuxfoundation.org/networking/netem
And a neat wrapper script to make it even simpler: https://github.com/urbenlegend/netimpair
What's up with all those delete<something> hashtags lately? Is it time for #deletemastodon yet? :-P
Wow, lots of "cyber" attacks with custom-built malware on big corps in recent weeks. When will they learn that using all that expensive antimalware tools is just snake-oil, and can only protect reactively, IOW if you're not the first one to be hit by a particular strain?
Security is a process, not a bought product!
@jidtan Not sure it's worth following me, I just joined several minutes ago myself, and am still deciding whether or not it's all worth it. :)
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