S1E16: "Takes One to GNOME One"
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|2016-09-15 02:37:52||2016-09-26 03:40:01||"Edita"|
Our workflows- common software we use, etc.
Starts at 6m14s.
- iPhone 7 released and has no headphone jack. I’m not even going to bother with a source since it’s all over every single bit of news.
- The Fantom Ransomware pretends to be Windows Update.
- There’s a Pokemon-named rootkit targeting Linux systems.
- Peak Web is claiming bankruptcy and filing a lawsuit against Cisco as the cause of outages.
- There was a pretty nasty MySQL vulnerability.
- The Tor browser is absolute trash at doing what it claims to do.
- A judge has ruled that the use of state-enacted malware is a “search”.
- Not that it matters much anyways, since the protections of unwarranted searches/seizures is rapidly declining.
- Techsource ran a giveaway and didn’t deliver the prize in a very honest manner.
- The FBI wants an ‘adult conversation’ about backdoor crypto.
- Except that’s entirely what experts tried to already do. The FBI didn’t like the answers they got.
- There’s a new Linux trojan that turns devices into a botnet.
Starts at 19m13s.
- We mostly just talk about our setups. There aren’t really any notes to speak of for this segment!
- But we talk about vi(m) vs. emacs more in-depth in S0E5.
In this segment, we highlight system administration mistakes. Think of them as the IT equivalent of the Darwin Awards. (57m20s)
A childcare service provider lost all its data – right before the schoolyear started. And find out the backups have been trashed for a year.
- 99.999% uptime is actually 5m15.6s downtime a year.
- Jthan, Arch absolutely has a testing branch.
- Jthan was asking in IRC before recording if there was a way to software-emulate a GPU.
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