Signal: Welche Metadaten hinterlässt der Messenger bei Amazon und Co.?
@sohkamyung too bad there’s no wireless connectivity. Would’ve loved to see a competitor for espressif.
RaspPi Foundation have now made their own microcontroller for lower powered applications.
"Today, we’re launching our first microcontroller-class product: Raspberry Pi Pico. Priced at just $4, it is built on RP2040, a brand-new chip developed right here at Raspberry Pi."
TL;DR: im ach so sicheren “Cyberbunker” haben die Admins Root-Accounts auf allen vermieteten Servern gehabt und die Passwörter in einer Exceltabelle gespeichert. Damit konnte die Polizei Zugriff auf fast alle der Server erlangen. #headmeetdesk
@mametsuko yeah, finns don't have those either but then again...
I'm gonna be offering free advice and support for questions related to linux, FLOSS and online privacy from now on.
Are you considering switching to a linux OS? Are you looking for alternatives to your proprietary software and hardware? Do you need to know how to do X thing in your new OS/software? Do you want to know if Y thing is even possible with linux? Hit me up. Public or DM, either is fine
@jussi Bitwarden is open source, audited, platform independent, has a web vault (really valuable for “bootstrapping” new devices), works offline, syncs automatically, allows sharing collections of passwords between users, has great autofill, stores credit cards (and fills forms with them), is scriptable via a command line client, has integration to have I been pwned. bitwarden-rs is very easy to set up, update and maintain and needs almost no resources. I run it on a raspberry pi at home 😅
@jussi Bitwarden, hands down! I’ve used quite a few others in the past. I’ve even written a front end for pass. But Bitwarden self hosted with bitwarden.rs eats them all for breakfast! And here’s why:
@chris can you give an example?
@Ghiblibot still haven’t seen this one ☝️
@ericmann @chris after years of _really_ trying to use android without Google I too was forced to switch to an iPhone. With Apple I feel that I can have a working phone which primary objective isn’t spying on me. Things might be different nowadays with /e/OS but I wouldn’t count on it. Would love to hear about /e/OS experiences though. In my experience trying to run Android apps without proper google play services (read: rootkit) installed is a hit and miss.
@chris I really like toot! Have been using it since I got my first iPhone.