what if – instead of security – Google wants mass surveillance and a direct uplink to the US-Pentagon to blow all “terrorists” (basically anyone who is against Google) to hell? What if? as long as EVIL pays off (incentive) this […]
either: or: Richard’s hardware: Libre booted (BIOS with Linux overwritten) Thinkpad T400s running Trisquel GNU/Linux OS. (src: https://stallman.org/stallman-computing.html) LibreBooting the BIOS? Yes! It is possible to overwrite the BIOS of some Lenovo laptops (why only some?) with a minimal version […]
just reinstalled (of course with LVM + encrypted partition) the giada f300 (very fine machine unfortunately “they” stopped building it). screw Realtek, what one wants is should work out of the box with recent Linux kernels on Open Source drivers […]
what IT can learn from nature: (src) mostly US users affected. Big Business: Big Companies and Big Money can afford Big Staff to maintain and secure their products, but they also provide Big Infrastructure (AWS, Office) and thus a single […]
don’t be evil “Google controls about 62% of mobile browsers, 69% of desktop browsers, and the operating systems on 71% of mobile devices in the world. 92% of internet searches go through Google and 73% of American adults use YouTube. […]
tested on: Operating System: CentOS Linux 7 (Core) CPE OS Name: cpe:/o:centos:centos:7 Kernel: Linux 4.15.9 Architecture: x86-64 # using vboxmanage –version 5.2.6r120293 ah lovely isn’t it? BSOD Win98 style… errors were NOT the exception, they were THE NORM (and still […]
What is the problem? Microsoft just came up with another closed standard file format… Microsoft’s proprietary TNEF (Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format) often named winmail.dat or win.dat, and has a MIME type of Application/MS-TNEF is a proprietary email attachment format used […]
is when one’s life depends on (especially when closed) source code that one has not written oneself.