I remember a song called "second breath" by what I believe was a former member of the "four non blondes". The video was pretty low key, with the singer dancing in her room, jumping on her couch.
Anybody know the song or artist?
I'm looking for something I can use on my laptop. The official spotify client works, but it's a bit slow so was wondering if there are alternatives.
I got a spotify account, so would like to be able to use this one with it.
"The PAM Duress is a module designed to allow users to generate 'duress' passwords that when used in place of their normal password will execute abritrary scripts.
This functionality could be used to allow someone pressed to give a password under coersion to provide a password that grants access but in the background runs scripts to clean up sensitive data, close connections to other networks to limit lateral movement, and/or to send off a notifcation or alert (potentially one with detailed information like location, visible wifi hotspots, a picture from the camera, a link to a stream from the microphone, etc). You could even spawn a process to remove the pam_duress module so the threat actor won't be able to see if the duress module was available.
This is transparent to the person coersing the password from the user as the duress password will grant authentication and drop to the user's shell.
Duress scripts can be generated on an individual user basis or generated globally. Users can also re-use global duress passwords to sign their own duress scripts (rare instance where this could actually be useful from a security perspective)."
Found on HN - https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=28267975
For some days now, I get server timeouts when trying to access Lemmy.ml in Firefox.
Weird thing is that I can ping Lemmy.ml from the CLI.
I've got various add-ons installed, mostly privacy focused. How would I debug this?
"Kate Crawford studies the social and political implications of artificial intelligence. She is a research professor of communication and science and technology studies at the University of Southern California and a senior principal researcher at Microsoft Research.
Her new book, Atlas of AI, looks at what it takes to make AI and what’s at stake as it reshapes our world."
"The first stable release of Sublime Text 4 has finally arrived! We've worked hard on providing improvements without losing focus on what makes Sublime Text great. There are some new major features that we hope will significantly improve your workflow and a countless number of minor improvements across the board."
I'm using a VPN and uBO, with JS turned off by default, and mostly browse with Firefox.
For a large number of sites, this triggers me getting a cloudfare (?) site when accessing the sites, saying it needs to check my browser.
Eventually it asks me to complete a hcapture riddle, which I can't seem to get to work (and am not fond of anyway).
Is there a way to automatically redirect these websites to the wayback machine?
"In this repository you will find the following key information to built your own Lego Microscope:
The building instructions as PDF
The parts lists as Bricklink ldr list. You can upload the Bricklink list on Bricklink.com to quickly get the bricks in case you have no Lego at home.
The links to webpages that sell the ocular lenses (Europe, UK)
The smartphone lens we use here (iPhone 5s camera module).
The Explorer Kit, which will help you to learn about microscopy and optics while you build the microscope.
The scientific paper we wrote about the Lego Microscope
I've got very little lemmy experience in general, so this is a bit of an experiment for me.
The experiment is about sharing parenting experiences, and discuss how to survive and enjoy parenting while getting better at it.
It's also about managing partnerships that may have caused parenting and/or are impacted by it.
Parents of lemmy, unite!