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W.T.F?!... And they called us crazy for one of our parties in Austria? Seriously?!
 
Those watching the Republican nomination race have probably noticed the significant success Donald Trump has had with essentially a European far-right platform: anti-immigrant rhetoric with a strong wink towards options of violence both by his followers (e.g. the men who beat a Latino man into the hospital, which he described as his followers being "very passionate" people who "want this country to be great again") and by him officially, if he's elected. (e.g. by forcibly deporting eleven million people; the means of finding them TBD)

So now we enter the second act of this particular black comedy, in which candidates who are having trouble in the polls try to steal Trump's voters by outdoing him. Alas, neither Scott Walker nor Chris Christie have anything resembling the sort of charisma required to lead a white supremacist movement, but you've got to give them points for batshit insane. In the past two days:

Christie wants to bring in Fred Smith of FedEx to work for ICE, and create a system that lets us track immigrants like packages, and find and deport them instantly when we want to. It's not quite clear what method he would prefer for affixing a computer-readable, nonremovable tag to people; some of the better suggestions I've heard so far involve implanting RFID chips in people's arms or necks, requiring that they wear some special identifying clothing, or simply tattooing their ID number on them somewhere. Trust us, nothing could go wrong with this.

(NB that Fred Smith has made no indication that he wants anything to do with Christie's ideas; he is not to blame for this)

Walker, on the other hand, appears to have become enamored of Trump's idea of building a wall sealing us off from Mexico, and wants to take it a step further: he'll not only build that, but notes the "legitimate concerns" which warrant us seriously investigating building a wall with Canada.

No, he does not appear to be joking.

I'm not sure whether he's terrified of an unexpected reprise of the War of 1812, or if there's a fear that Canadians might stream south of the border and... be really polite to people?

But yes, we have finally reached that point in American history where electoral politics and South Park are no longer clearly distinguishable. So alright, everybody – Blame Canada!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOR38552MJA
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Verraten und verkauft vom eigenen Geheimdienst »Interne Dokumente belegen, dass der Verfassungsschutz vom amerikanischen Geheimdienst NSA die begehrte Spionagesoftware XKeyscore bekam. Dafür versprachen die Verfassungsschützer, so viele Daten aus deutschen G-10-Überwachungsmaßnahmen an die NSA zu liefern, wie möglich.«

A (U) NSA will:    

1. (S/SI) Provide the BND with XKeyscore software with the understanding that this software will be transferred to the BfV.

C (U) BfV will:

5. (U/FOUO) To the maximum extent possible share all data relevant to NSA's mission.
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Wir dokumentieren die Übereinkunft zwischen NSA und Verfassungsschutz im Wortlaut.
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» A graduate course in applied cryptography v0.2
by Dan Boneh & Victor Shoup
free PDF, 400 pages, https://crypto.stanford.edu/~dabo/cryptobook/«
  -- https://twitter.com/angealbertini/status/636425500605480960
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Good overview of where we're at with RWD images: bit.ly/1JtFlaI - plus some good best practices tips.
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"BinNavi is a binary analysis IDE that allows to inspect, navigate, edit and annotate control flow graphs and call graphs of disassembled code. http://www.zynamics.com/binnavi.html"

Very nice to have this as an open source product now.
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News from the grsecurity project. Unfortunately, not good news. :/

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It's a real shame that egocentric companies can make a small but hugely important project take such a drastic move as a last resort to protect their rights.
Money trumps justice -- what a rich society we're living in. Not! :(
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All the things you always wanted to know about stagefright without asking it (good lecture)
Detecting the PoCs published by ;Zimperium ;is not difficult: you can fingerprint the PoCs, for example. Detecting ;variants ;of the PoCs, i.e., MP4s that use one of the discovered vulnerabilities, is far more difficult. ;I'l...
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24 years ago today, Linus Torvalds announced the first-ever release of a special project we now call Linux. Please join us in celebrating its anniversary. Time flies when you're having fun, collaborating, and changing the world!
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+Jan Mercl​ you are right! Sorry for the wrong math. Now it sounds even more strange that Windows was announced 1 day before Linux 4th birthday. #conspiracyTheory
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Chronos is a networked cron service for Mesosphere »Transient resource or network failures can completely disable Chronos. Most systems tested with Jepsen return to some sort of normal operation within a few seconds to minutes after a failure is resolved. In no Jepsen test has Chronos ever recovered completely from a network failure. As an operator, this fragility does not inspire confidence.«
Chronos is a distributed task scheduler (cf. cron) for the Mesos cluster management system. In this edition of Jepsen, we'll see how simple network interruptions can permanently disrupt a Chronos+Mesos cluster. Chronos relies on Mesos, which has two flavors of node: master nodes, and slave nodes ...
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Go 1.5 Released
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Go 1.5 is released. 19 August 2015. Today the Go project is proud to release Go 1.5, the sixth major stable release of Go. This release includes significant changes to the implementation. The compiler tool chain was translated from C to Go, removing the last vestiges of C code from the Go code ...
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