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Hast du auch das Extrablatt der SVP/UDC in der Post gehabt, obwohl du einen Aufkleber gegen Werbung und Gratiszeitungen am Briefkasten kleben hast? Hast du dich geärgert, dass du jetzt den Müll der SVP auf deine Kosten entsorgen musst, weil diese Leute sich nicht darum kümmern, was für explizite Anweisungen auf deinem Briefkasten kleben?

Mit diesem Sticker (https://db.tt/ZwbwmjJl) kannst du der SVP ihren Müll zurück senden, so dass sie ihn selbst entsorgen müssen (und du nicht dafür aufkommen musst). Klebe ihn einfach auf die obere rechte Ecke der Zeitung und wirf sie in den nächsten Postbriefkasten. Damit sich die Zeitung nicht unterwegs öffnet und die Sortiermaschinen der +Swiss Post blockiert, solltest du zudem die obere Kante zukleben – ein «Refugees Welcome»-Sticker tut hier gute Dienste.

(Falls du dich fragst, warum die Inhalte jener Zeitung als anstössig gewertet werden können: http://www.entrechtung.ch/ hat dazu ein paar Informationen.)
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http://michael.stapelberg.de/Artikel/google_container_engine/ — about Google Container Engine (i.e. hosted #kubernetes) and whether it’s a good fit for your hobby project or not
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+André Bubel Take a look at https://github.com/robustirc/robustirc/blob/master/Dockerfile for how I build Docker containers for Go programs.
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How to use Gmail and Google Apps Script to meta-monitor Prometheus: http://michael.stapelberg.de/Artikel/alertmanager-metamonitoring/
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Watching this video series is well worth your time: https://youtu.be/6y8XgGhXkTQ
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Get started with Google Hangouts - in your browser!

Now you'll be able to take advantage of the best of Hangouts in the browser, along with an inspiring image to get you through the day.

Check it out:

https://hangouts.google.com/

#Hangouts   #Browser   #Videocall   #Chat   #Desktop  
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I just released dh-make-golang (creates Debian packaging from Go packages), see https://people.debian.org/~stapelberg/2015/07/27/dh-make-golang.html
Michael Stapelberg's Debian Blog. dh-make-golang: creating Debian packages from Go packages (2015-07-27). Recently, the pkg-go team has been quite busy, uploading dozens of Go library packages in order to be able to package gcsfuse (a user-space file system for interacting with Google Cloud ...
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I’ve built an open hardware serial terminal server over the last couple of months: https://freetserv.github.io/
Why use serial ports? freetserv originated from a small server hosting colocation association where we share a 19″ rack; each member gets one unit. Some devices like network switches or appliances come with a serial port and no other way to access them remotely.
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+Michael Stapelberg we had network hard lockups with RPI 1 with 24/7 usage on "dirty" networks (a lot of broadcast traffic).
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Gun control rules correlated with death by gun per capita. Via @robertjosiah over on twitter. Have a close look. And tell me again that gun control doesn't work.

Source: https://twitter.com/robertjosiah/status/672466517611577344
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This short essay does a good job explaining why bigots feel picked on when they get called bigots.
In a memorable scene from the 1998 film Pleasantville (in which two 1998 teen-agers are transported into the black-and-white world of a 1950s TV show), the father of the TV-perfect Parker family re...
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»Lenovo is shipping a rootkit in their BIOS... «-- https://twitter.com/RichFelker/status/631103814477697025


TL;DR: »Any Windows contains a mechanmism called WPBT, where it checks if the BIOS contains a specific ACPI entry. If it does, it pulls a binary from the BIOS and modifies the installer.

Lenovo BIOS provides such a WPBT binary and infects any pristine windows installation with Lenovo binaries. The process replaces the autochk file with a modified version that phones home and downloads stuff unencrypted and unvalidated.«

Will sagen, der Hardware Vendor pullert Dir in die Installation sogar dann, wenn Du unmodifizierte Originalsoftware von Microsoft statt des von Lenovo preowned Dreck installieren willst, der auf dem Gerät ab Werk drauf ist, weil Microsoft ihren Kram ab Werk backdoored.

Background:
https://lkml.org/lkml/2015/5/20/1155

https://www.google.de/?gws_rd=cr&ei=8zrKVbWcJoLTygPm_LnwAg#q=wpbbin.exe+site:microsoft.com


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http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?p=29497693&sid=ddf3e32512932172454de515091db014#p29497693 »Hi, I discovered this issue back in May when I bought a Lenovo Y40-80 which also has this. It really pissed me off so I did quite a bit of digging into it and successfully removed it, so after running into this thread I figured I'd share what I learned.

Before booting windows 7 or 8, the bios checks if C:\Windows\system32\autochk.exe is the Lenovo one or the original Microsoft one. If it is not the lenovo one, it moves it to C:\Windows\system32\0409\zz_sec\autobin.exe, and then writes it's own autochk.exe. During boot, the Lenovo autochk.exe writes a LenovoUpdate.exe and a LenovoCheck.exe file to the system32 directory, and sets up a services to run one of them when an internet connection is established. I don't know too much exactly what those do, but one appears to phone home to http://download.lenovo.com/ideapad/wind ... 2_oko.json which is a bit worrying with the combination of a "ForceUpdate" parameter shown and the lack of ssl, making it fairly likely that it's exploitable for remote code execution by anyone who can intercept your traffic(public wifi, etc).

Disclaimer: Unless you really know what you're doing, you really don't want to try this: As for removing it, you need to edit and re-flash your bios. The downloadable bios update from Lenovo doesn't seem to be extractable at least with any methods I know, and using bios dumping tools only gets you 6 of the 8MB of the bios chip, so unfortunately it has to be done the painful way. You'll need a usb flash rom reader/writer(a cheap CH341A one works fine) and SOIC-8 test clips. You can get each of those 2 items for about $10 each. Take the back cover off the laptop, and also disconnect the battery, and locate the bios chip on the motherboard. Connect the test clips to the bios and connect the other end of the other end of the test clips to the usb writer, and connect the usb writer to another computer. On the other computer use the usb reader/writer to dump a copy of the bios. The bios dump will be an 8MB file. You need to split it into 2 files: the first 2MB and the last 6MB. Download UEFITool from github( https://github.com/LongSoft/UEFITool ) and open the 6MB file. Look through the modules and find the one called "NovoSecEngine2" and mark it for deletion. Save a new copy of the 6MB file. Now make a new 8MB file by taking the 2MB beginning from earlier and appending the new 6MB file on to the end. Use the usb reader/writer to flash that new 8MB file to the laptop's bios, then disconnect the wires and put the laptop back together. Reinstall a fresh copy of windows again, and check your C:\Windows\system32\autochk.exe file to make sure it's signed by Microsoft, not Lenovo. If you have the original Microsoft one there, congratulations, your laptop is now clean.«
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$ host -t AAAA www.sprint.net
www.sprint.net has IPv6 address 2600::

Who said IPv6 addresses were complicated? :)
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