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just in case anyone was still labouring under the assumption that HN is a tech site instead of pop business news.

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RT @binitamshah@twitter.com

Recovering a whole PEM Private Key when half of it is redacted : blog.cryptohack.org/twitter-se credits @CryptoHack__@twitter.com

🐦🔗: twitter.com/binitamshah/status

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friendly reminder -- polkit's authorization rules are written in JavaScript and is thereby webshit

freedesktop.org/software/polki

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What a time to be alive. An older gentleman had a Cat filter turned on in Zoom. And they don't know how to turn it off. "I'm here... I'm not a cat".

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#OpenWrt joined Conservancy today! We'll help OpenWrt with fiscal sponsorship and all other issues so that users can regain control over their own routers. We're announcing more next week about recent work toward software freedom on wireless devices! sfconservancy.org/news/2020/se

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@sir I agree, but my approach is slightly different:

First do the hard stuff. Then conclude that the rest is boring and there's not much point doint it. I've proven it can be done. QED. Let's move on to the next project.

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Google meanwhile thinks, it's a "Critical Security Alert" if you login without providing them your mobile number.

I think for journalists the opposite is true. It's a critical security alert to register your writing tools with your personal identifiers if both can be accessed by state agencies.

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FYI You can nest <details> tags within <ul> and vice versa to create a collapsible tree menu without JS or CSS

E.G.
<details>
<summary>Root</summary>
<ul>
<li>
<details>
<summary>Sub</summary>
<ul><li>etc...</li></ul>
</details>
</li>
</ul>
</details>

I ate two thirds of a loaf in one sitting and I think I'm going to die.

If you're a company, here's a tip. A great way to show that you hate someone is to require they register an account on your website in order to submit an application to a job you've posted.

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