to reiterate: there will be _no_ #openbsd 6.1 cd set made. and it is very unlikely there will be future cd sets made, either.
Theo talks about it here: https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-misc&m=149232307018311&w=2
Submitted workshop/talk proposal on basic binary protocol reversing/fuzzing to black hat and defcon. Still need to resubmit for workshop consideration at defcon.
I'm always a little surprised how many pentesters think this is some kind of archaic science. Really, it's just waiving around a dead chicken until something happens.
Also submitted IoT/Mirai/DMCA/R2R defcon lounge proposal. I really hope that one gets accepted.
Every time you see a sinusoid, imagine that you are looking at a three-dimensional helix from the side. Those zero-crossings are illusory. The "amplitude envelope" is really just the distance to the time axis of the helix at any point.
A pure cosine becomes a perfect helix. If you change your view so that you are looking down the time axis, the helix looks like a circle. It is a point rotating about the origin over time. This is the fundamental figure of periodicity.
It's interesting how users coming from Twitter to Mastodon want a global unique ID system. Yet no such system currently exists, only unique IDs within walled gardens. You can get a new email address, new phone number, even new Gov ID number. A good ban system isn't perfect, but it will 86 lazy trolls.
About risk profile:
- Mastodon is like email because you can't delete federated toots
- Mastodon is like twitter in that Google's search bots index it, unless your admins robot.txt it away
- Mastodon is like being a teenager because the people that own your instance can see all your private stuff
Have a talk with your admin about their policies.
By default, assume everyone will be able to read your toots forever.
Professional breaker of things. Occasional cook. Spinner, blacksmith, EE, etc.
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