#Dune movie was great. Can I have some more please?

After quite some time, my thesis about the ARI protocol on iOS is now finally published. 🥳
Along with the Wireshark dissector and tools that we used / produced.
Thank you, @naehrdine:twitter.com
for supervising and the help.

Thesis: tuprints.ulb.tu-darmstadt.de/i
Dissector: github.com/seemoo-lab/aristote

is about to get annotations and it's sooo much fun ❤️ You press a button, it open's the score in Xournal++, then you save and close and the results are automatically updated.

Also the project has moved to <github.com/DiNoScore/DiNoScore>, and there is a public collection of already imported songs to get you started.

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Tl;DR

You currently need to use the closed source (👎) #CovPass or #CovPassCheck to verify the validity of your own certificate (or ugh, read the spec and do it manually I guess... this seems to be collecting relevant docs: github.com/stealth/greenday)

If you've done that you can use #CCTG to carry around the code, or just make a photo of it, or whatever, it doesn't really matter. 🤷.

Let's hope CWA addw the verification part in one of the next versions or the CovPass sources are published...😕

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Seriously: Cryptocurrencies are currently about to destroy some of the greatest things that came up about free software in the past few years: The ability to get up awesome automated setups with CI/CD and more, for basically no cost, for everyone.

Allowing any poor student in the world to develop wonderful, state-of-the-art projects without worrying too much about the bills.

And it's currently on the best way to be destroyed. By greedy bastards who decided to turn wasting resources in to money

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One of the most beautiful movie OSTs is from Kimi no Na wa (Your Name) 😻

youtube.com/watch?v=5mAPy3kmeJ

I love how this is written
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RT @steipete
“By a truly unbelievable coincidence, I was recently out for a walk when I saw a small package fall off a truck ahead of me. As I got closer, the dull enterprise typeface slowly came into focus: Cellebrite.” signal.org/blog/cellebrite-vul
twitter.com/steipete/status/13

#LineageOS181 is here - well, almost that is. "Changelog 25 - Exemplary Eleven, Ravishing Recorder, Captivating Calendar, Beaming Backup" lineageos.org/Changelog-25/
#LineageOS #Android #CustomROM

That's a nice reaction, sad some people still need to understand that 💅

youtube.com/watch?v=IZy2pZsfKl

:boost_ok: :ablobcatwave: Please boost this post if you would like the EFF to join the fediverse. :ablobcatbongo:

In a survey the EFF sent me, I suggested they create an account on the fediverse, so they can reach more supporters and support innovative free software that promotes interoperability among platforms, something they've advocated for in the past, too.

If you can boost this post, maybe I'll be able to show them that there are quite a few users who would like them here!

The EFF is the infamous nonprofit organisation that fights for privacy, government transparency, and digital freedom. Their fight is very important, and the EFF is very special to me. https://www.eff.org/about https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_Frontier_Foundation

You can see some of their work here https://www.eff.org/work

In the meantime, you can follow @eff, which is an unofficial mirror of their Twitter.

Die "LucaApp" macht im Grunde alles, was die Corona-Warn-App bewusst nicht macht.

Personbezogene Daten sammeln, alles auf zentralen Servern speichern, alles als privates Unternehmen mit geheimen Sourcecode händeln.

Von potentiellen Schwachstellen und fragwürdigen Design Entscheidungen in der Kryptographie dazu, mal abgesehen.

Also bitte Brandbriefe schreiben, die das nicht akzeptieren, ansonsten hilft nur nachfragen, ob die App eingesetzt wird und wenn ja, woanders hingehen 😕

Deutschland ist: mit der Corona App Vorreiter bei Open Source und Privatsphäre zu sein um es dann mit der Unterstützung der Luca App doch wieder einzureissen. Le sigh.

"Warum du glaubst, dass du zu wenig Zeit hast, und wie du dich endlich von diesem Denken befreist"

Ein Text von #PerspectiveDaily der mal wieder stark zum Nachdenken angeregt hat und den ich gerade gut gebrauchen konnte!

Ein wirklich schöner Kommentar: "Momo d[a]s Buch ist von 1973 also das Phänomen nicht wirklich neu. Nur die Herren in grau tragen jetzt Hippsterklamotten und rufen immer YOLO, wenn sie deine Zeit stehlen möchten."

perspective-daily.de/article/1

#zeigenwasgeht

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