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I use stickers to cover brand logos…

make a website of significant complexity

How many websites are of “significant complexity”? How many of those need to be so complex? And how many of those need to be a website?

Even the ones which I know to be pokemon might be some weird npm package I don’t want to know about…

Also is “canvas” just html5 canvas? Why would he list that when theres already javascript on the list? Is that something thats actively searched for?

Possibly due to their school program

lol no

CalDAV (+CardDAV) is the easiest solution. Evolution mail works great as a desktop client too. DAVx5 will integrate into your android calendar and contacts seamlessly. If nextcloud is to fat for you there is also DAViCal (php+postgres) and radicale (python, file system storage).

Sadly there are no clients that encrypt your data :/

geo-redundant off-site surprise backup, to help you implement resilient disaster recovery strategies

Because cloudflare sucks they (correctly) identify lemmys preview generation as a bot and then refuse service without a captcha.

But yeah, you can just take a needle and scoop out the dust from the headphone jack.

With usb-c this works because it’s shallow and closed off. 3.5mm jacks have springy contacts that need a bit more room so you can’t really reach everything. Also many smd sockets don’t have sealed bodys so maybe they were also hard to source.

Yeah cookies work without goddamn javascript.

There cool and around since forever. Sadly according to their privacy policy they forward parts of user agent and ip to third partys to show “non-personalized ads”. But you can use them via their onion service :)

I mean if humans were a (local) optimum in the space of possible species on earth-like planets¹, evolution would evolve them most of the time.

¹ Which I’d highly doubt

Getting a fake certificate signed requires state level opposition or entities with that level of resources

Yeah like I said, if they can hijack your traffic, they can easily get a fake cert signed.

Self-signed certs let Jimmy-Joe-Bob’s Rifle Range and Real Good Hacker Script Kiddie Ring fake you out in minutes.

How? They would have to steal the CA key and could only fake the site with the self signed cert. (At least if you don’t add it to your certificate store)

A CA-signed cert reduces the chance of a bad actor between me and the target site.

Because bad actors that can hijack your traffic are unable to get a fake certificate signed?!

A self-signed cert opens the door to trivial MitM attacks.

How would that be?

You certainly didn’t miss anything, but the certificate isn’t any more dodgy than that of any other site.

The certificate isn’t “malformed” it’s just not signed by one of the holy approved certificate authorities.

Oh man, in the past we had people abusing semantic elements for layout purposes, now that we have proper layout-stuff it’s the other way around -.-

The list was left accessible on an Elasticsearch cluster that had no password on it. …

noyb aims to end "cookie banner terror"

Thats cool and all, but could be even better if they asked about their Matomo…

USBGuard: Black- or Whitelist USB Devices

Protect your Linux machine from being plug-and-pwned by malicious USB devices. They have a command line program which allows you to easily write your own scripts for showing notifications, controlling what devices are allowed etc…