Q: How many bits of entropy is acceptable?
Linux: > 2000, historically encouraged applications to gather as much entropy as possible, even if it was unneeded and degrades performance.
*BSD: >= 256, Just enough to initialize the kernel CSPRNG.
Tor: was 128, onion v3 moved to 256.
Wi-Fi: 128-bit. WPA3 would support GCM mode with 256-bit.
Bluetooth: 8 bits.
There is a vulnerability in the Plasma desktop that KDE developers are currently working to patch. The details are here.
For the moment avoid downloading .desktop or .directory files and extracting archives from untrusted sources.
Also, if you discover a similar vulnerability, it is best to send an email firstname.lastname@example.org before making it public. This will give us time to patch it and keep users safe before the bad guys try to exploit it.
Don't talk to cops.
#Lemmy is an open federated alternative to Reddit and is currently early in development. You can follow the project at:
There's also the open federated #Prismo, which is in a more advanced state of development:
You can try Prismo at:
(If you copy a Prismo user or post address into the Mastodon search box and click search, you can interact with it.)
(Thanks to @gaja for info about Lemmy.)
Very excited by this release. I've been anxiously waiting for Terraform 0.12 to hit GA so we can start using it at work. #terraform
La ruptura de Google con Huawei muestra el peligro de la dependencia tecnológica... y las ventajas del 'software' libre http://www.publico.es/economia/google-huawei-ruptura-google-huawei-muestra-peligro-dependencia-tecnologica-ventajas-software-libre.html
Be careful with hosting on shared infrastructure. Once again, new vulnerabilities are found which can break out of VM's and container boundaries...
South Korea is planning Linux migration as Windows 7 support ends.
The interior ministry will begin test-running Linux on its PCs. if no issues arise, Linux systems will be introduced more widely within the government.
They don't mention any specific distro such as Ubuntu, yet in future "hope to avoid building reliance on a single OS" which the case is now with Win7.
Linux ecosystem is flexible / adaptive.
Socia is the Esperanto word for “social”. All domains that end with “.dev” can only be served over HTTPS. This guarantees that all interactions on Socia DEV will always be secure.