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Thomas Ruecker (TBR)
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Yeah, so Amazon if you want to have people consider your job offers. This would be really something you should work on.
Aside from not insisting on office locations in the more fascist parts of Germany.
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How to exploit #Neuland
You can now fax an exploit...

... and if you have an HP printer acting as fax machhine, you should update it.

PRONTO!
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This is precisely the kind of backdoor that I would be expecting to exist in any modern CPU. Ideally not with a fixed byte sequence, or with some other kind of variation (i.e. eax contains the md5("NSA" . cpu serial number) when the opcode is executed).

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/x86-hidden-god-mode,37582.html
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I missed this last Jan but there's a treasure of information on early boot procedures in this series.
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Yay, my order of five Tomu modules just arrived! 😍 🎉
The #Tomu is a neat little #ARM microcontroller that fits into a USB port and is #OSHW! Also an all #OSS stack. 👍
Really looking forward to exploring its possibilities. #U2F and other #infosec applications.
http://tomu.im/
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Call JSON and give him some AJAX to clean up this mess!
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The big list of Vi[m]-like software

There are a number of similar lists already, but they usually lack grouping and miss pointing out things that are of interest for the author of this one. So based on those lists and other sources here's another one, which actually might be the biggest so far.

The listing is followed by some critique, which obviously comes from personal views and experience, so don't expect to agree with everything in that section.

The description below is organized in nested lists with occasional notes, which might not be extremely accurate and neutral. The order at each level is alphabetical. The descriptions are often taken from corresponding websites and thus might be biased.

The categorization is: really Vi[m]-like applications in groups, similar applications that don't form big groups ("Other" category), applications that remind or can be configured to be somewhat Vi[m]-like....

I'm pleased today to realise that 1. such a list exists and 2. that it is in fact big. And structured, and expresses personal views. It also contains rtv, mentioned earlier.


https://xaizek.github.io/2016-08-13/big-list-of-vim-like-software/
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