Thanks to the exceptional work by justcallmekoko, RogueMaster, and many others there is now native flipper support for the unofficial Marauder firmware for the Flipper dev-board. Marauder is firmware for the ESP-32 chipset full of security tools for bluetooth and wifi. The Flipper dev board doesn’t support bluetooth, but the wifi tools work and are usable from the flipper itself. I cannot wait to see what comes next.
After years of anticipation and excitement, my Flipper Zero has arrived! Software is still early yet, so I haven’t done much more than clone and store RFID, NFC, and IR signals. i am excited to see the interesting things me and my new dolphin friend will get up too.
It was a bit more of a pain than i remember it being back in college. After a subtle inspiration from @stroughtonsmith. I now have BeOS VM. there is an option to play connect four while installing (an unusual feature).
I’ve been automating SSL renewals for almost as long as i’ve been deploying them. for the most part, it is very smooth and easy to do. (thanks mostly to certbot and the hard work over at let’s encrypt) The trouble comes up with non publicly addressable servers and other custom setups. cough cough. . . Unifi. . . cough cough.
I recently discovered a tool that makes all those complicated setups as easy as the original certbot installs. acme.sh is that tool. two lines! not since screen have i regret any time i spent not using such a tool.
./acme.sh –renew -d “unifi.domain.com”
./acme.sh –deploy -d “unifi.domain.com” –deploy-hook unifi
I’m doing experiments with UTM to create a single purpose XP system with zero network access. in this picture, i am trying to fix a damaged system while simultaneously installing a fresh one. eventually got it working like a champ, and now it’s almost as portable as an app. Huge thanks to 4PCTechs for your insights and archive of ancient drivers!
I’ve played with Big Sur, but i’ve had serious reservations about running it on one of my primary machines. Apple backpedaled a bit on some of their decisions and i decided i didn’t have enough problems in my life. So tonight i’m jumping in with both feet to see how it goes and what breaks. This may turn out to be a huge mistake. We’ll soon see.
Not off to a great start so far. Upgrades beget upgrades. After a few rounds of up updating my 3rd party software my system is humming even better than before. Finder is still clunky and has a tendency to hang in the most annoying ways, but they’ve added a few new tricks and an updated look. Am i the only one who misses the brushed metal phase of UI?
Users of Antares plugins, or others using Codemeter license manger may be locked out of their licences in Pro-Tools. The licenses show up in the various license managers, but Pro-Tools says NO. This is due to added file system security of Mojave. Add Pro Tools to the “Full Disk Access” list in Security & Privacy System Preference. That should solve the problem. good luck.
In a tweet by @todayininfosec we were all reminded of this day in 1999 when @Dildog and the cDc crew presented Back Orifice 2000 (BO2K) to a delighted crowd at Defcon 7. It was quite a show complete with music, projectors, lights, lasers, and even a Speak-n-Spell. It was a lot of fun, and i was elated to be there. i replied early with my memories, but then i remembered that i had found some photos while cleaning. . .so i posted them. These were film prints from an instamatic (as was the style at the time), so they didn’t come out great! they do offer a tiny keyhole through which we may peer into the past. i am glad it is bringing joy. Then @defcon (the official conference account) retweeted. *blush*