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Sebastian “baboo” P.
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Zum Glück sind das keine Türen...
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Kann man mal sehen. Bringt also auch nix, wenn der Techniker gebildet ist.
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Since the dawn of time, humanity has fought against nefarious forces of darkness. Again and again, our survival was threatened by relentless assaults, by enemies so dark and powerful that again and again all hope seemed lost.

Yet at the brink of certain doom, a shining beacon of hope arose, a marvel of engineering, a metallic champion of our future.

Today we celebrate this mechanical savior, today we thank this hero of excavation, for today is the 28th day of the 8th month of the year: BAGGERTAG.

Praise be Bagger 288!

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Genau das, was man in seinem Matcha-Grüntee-Energygesöff vermuten würde.. o_O


Ja, als allerletztes Item der Zutatenliste, noch hinter dem Koffein, aber trotzdem.. Wieso?
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Next up on Datacenter Security Movie Plot Threat

Custom 3D printed pentesting shoes. War driving walking Wifi-AP, lockpicking set, keylogger etc included.
Because, putting that kind of stuff into your hand luggage would be too suspicious and too easily detected.

What? The girl? No, she's not clickbait. She's the pentester. She's the one who modeled and printed the shoes. She's just the perfect fit for her job to social engineer her way into the target building.
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Unsere Vorfahren sahen aus wie Skelette und lebten unter der Erde.
Aus dem Archiv (Wissenschaft)
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Stiegen unsere Vorfahren doch nicht von den Bäumen herab wie bisher angenommen? Britischen Archäologen gelang am Wochenende eine erstaunliche Entdeckung, als sie die etwa 20.000 Jahre alte Leiche eines Mannes freilegten. Die ...
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Erm...

I'd bet they weren't allowed too many takes on this video.
Must have obviously been more than one, nonetheless.
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München - Der gebürtige Münchner Simon Pearce ist Sohn der bayerischen Volksschauspielerin Christiane Blumhoff und eines Nigerianers. Vor einem Monat ist der Comedian am Ostbahnhof geschlagen und als "Drecksneger" beschimpft worden. Er hat eine wichtige Botschaft an alle Münchner.
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Found this on.. another social network. Had to share it here. No credits, to protect the innocent.

Don't Cheer for Ashley Madison Going Down Just Yet

If the Ashley Madison hack didn't send chills down your spine, it might bear a bit of closer inspection. Let's set aside for a moment all the other potentially sensitive information that was released apart from names, emails, and addresses - and that's not a small set aside, by the way - and just focus on the basic doxxing itself. Even taking out the joke names and fake accounts, literally millions of people were just doxxed because a group of people didn't like their life choices.

The group claimed they were doing it primarily to punish the company that created the architecture, of course, but they were also indifferent to the harm the doxxing could do to the customers, basically shrugging and saying "they brought it on themselves by signing up."

Except they didn't. It was done to them by a bunch of people who had the tools to find information that was supposed to be private and reveal it to the world. All because they thought the site promoted terrible behavior, and therefore justified any actions they took against it and its customers.

The fact that personal information - again, names, emails, street addresses and more - for millions of people was revealed for the internet to do whatever it wanted with that information. And all this is fine, the hackers feel, because it's targeting "bad people" and a website that enables them.

Are you seeing where this is going?
Are you scared yet?

At this point I feel I have to make one thing clear - I don't approve of the idea behind Ashley Madison. I think it's crass and horrifying, frankly, and I'm glad that it was apparently flooded with spam accounts and fake personas, if only because that means it was less effective than it could have been. But as much as I disapprove of the site, that only makes an objection to the hack more important. Just like we have to vigorously defend the 1st Amendment rights of people we personally disagree with in order to keep speech free, we have to condemn this hack because of what it represents.

There's a terrible temptation to forgive dangerous acts when deep down - or not so deep down - we feel that somehow the victim deserved what they got. We're all human, and poetic justice appeals to us. A bunch of cheaters and wannabe cheaters have their secret life exposed? Serves 'em right, the two-faced bastards! Sure, we might make a few public noises about how it's scary to think of what hackers can do, but mostly we just laugh at the cheaters and repost articles about how Josh Duggar apparently wasn't content to be a child molester but wanted to double down with infidelity too.

Except we have to be really careful what we excuse, you guys. This isn't corporate whistleblowing or a Snowden-style takedown of scary government practices. Those are controversial enough, but even the critics can acknowledge there's something bigger at work, a desire to change society or force accountability when nothing else can do so. I suppose you could claim this was also trying to affect a change, but that would be like trying to take down Blackwater by doxxing all of its employees - even if you succeed, you're creating a tremendous amount of collateral damage.

You can't call information back once it's out there, and you can't control who will use or it how they'll do it. Abusive spouses might find partners who got away from them. Stalkers could mine it for targets. Jealous partners could get violent. And that's not even counting the cases of mistaken identity - or someone whose identity was used without their knowledge - and all the harm that can come from them.

We can't simply wave those things away. There are people behind this information dump. People with families, jobs, lives. Yeah, I'm sure a whole lot of legitimate cheaters just got outed. But if you're comfortable with how it happened, you need to stop and think very carefully about where that path leads.

Because next time it could very easily be our names and information out there. Let's face it, we sometimes have problems being outed by members of our own community - now imagine everything you ever posted and hosted here was put in a file for the whole internet to fawn over. I'm sure some of you are working behind several layers of anonymity and would survive that just fine, and others are totally out about their lifestyle and would shrug at being "outed", but I'm equally sure that a lot of people aren't either of those things.

Let me repeat it, for it bears repeating - if we allow that a small group people disapproving of behavior promoted on a website is sufficient reason to take down that site and doxx all its users, we're in deep fucking trouble.

So don't give in to that impulse to excuse it just because it feels like poetic justice, or because it proved that some celebrity you hate is even more of a hypocritical dirtbag than you previously imagined. You don't have to approve of the site or its patrons, but unless you want the world to shrug when another group turns its eyes towards a site like this and decides we don't deserve privacy because of what we do, don't condone it either.

We're better than this.
Let's prove it.
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And now, I would like you to contemplate your navel.

Or rather, the lint which accumulates inside your navel, especially if you're male, of middle age, and somewhat hairy. Apparently, some scientists have been studying this, and trying to answer key questions: What is it made of? How does it get there? What does your belly button's microbiome look like?

Thankfully, +Jason Goldman has taken the time to find out the state of the art in research on this, and lead us on a tour of its composition (primarily, but not entirely, microfibers from our shirts), its method of formation (the best hypothesis is that the scales on our hairs act as barbed hooks, which form a sort of one-way ratchet pulling the universe into our navels), and its ecosystem. (Containing 2,368 distinct species catalogued so far, although eight predominate)

Yes: With Science, you can really study anything.
Some people have belly buttons devoid of fluff – while others must clean lint out of theirs every day. Jason G Goldman discovers why the fuzz is strong with some…
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If true then WHAT?

TL;DR: Windows 10 captures about any data about the user and sends them to Microsoft. Anything entered via keyboard, any speech into any enabled microphone, indices of all media files on the computer...
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ping +Andreas Blochberger, +Daniel Blum - nur zur persönlichen Information. Keine weitere Wertung meinerseits.
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  • T-Online
    Network Specialist, 2002 - 2004
  • HRZ TU-Darmstadt
    Azubi FI-SI, 1998 - 2001
  • Transcom
    IT, 2001 - 2002
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Musing about corporate policies, "agile" and all kind of catcontent. Bring your own tin foil hat.
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"The trouble with quotes on the internet is that it’s difficult to discern whether or not they are genuine.” 
- Abraham Lincoln
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  • Technische Universität Darmstadt
    1998 - 2001