I work for an AI lab I don't want to say which one ... there's a major breakthrough but the company hasn't gone public with it yet
I cannot be too specific as I could be breaking the NDA
expect a major, mind-blowing announcement on August 1st
itt: features from cpp you think C could actually use
ill start, i think the '&' reference type is pretty nice to use instead of pointers sometimes
absolutely no bullying people and calling them a r*tard because they like one feature
Is this the best smartwatch on the market right now?
it literally sold 1000 units, retard.
You have 10 seconds to decode AMD's stock situation to humanly comprehensible terms.
Speccy now reads Ryzen CPUs properly
Also, AGESA 22.214.171.124 is out for some Asus boards.
Apparently, support for Ryzen CPU names is "Minor bug fix"
Is he right, /g/?
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Bruce Perens issues an advisory regarding the GRSecurity copyright issue:
Warning: Grsecurity: Potential contributory infringement and breach of contract risk for customers
It\u2019s my strong opinion that your company should avoid the Grsecurity product sold at grsecurity.net because it presents a contributory infringement and breach of contract risk.
Grsecurity is a patch for the Linux kernel which, it is claimed, improves its security. It is a derivative work of the Linux kernel which touches the kernel internals in many different places. It is inseparable from Linux and can not work without it. it would fail a fair-use test (obviously, ask offline if you don\u2019t understand). Because of its strongly derivative nature of the kernel, it must be under the GPL version 2 license, or a license compatible with the GPL and with terms no more restrictive than the GPL. Earlier versions were distributed under GPL version 2.
Currently, Grsecurity is a commercial product and is distributed only to paying customers. My understanding from several reliable sources is that customers are verbally or otherwise warned that if they redistribute the Grsecurity patch, as would be their right under the GPL, that they will be assessed a penalty: they will no longer be allowed to be customers, and will not be granted access to any further versions of Grsecurity. GPL version 2 section 6 explicitly prohibits the addition of terms such as this redistribution prohibition.
By operating under their policy of terminating customer relations upon distribution of their GPL-licensed software, Open Source Security Inc., the owner of Grsecurity, creates an expectation that the customer\u2019s business will be damaged by losing access to support and later versions of the product, if that customer exercises their re-distribution right under the GPL license. This is tantamount to the addition of a term to the GPL prohibiting distribution or creating a penalty for distribution. GPL section 6 specifically prohibits any addition of terms. Thus, the GPL license, which allows Grsecurity to create its derivative work of the Linux kernel, terminates, and the copyright of the Linux Kernel is infringed. The contract from the Linux kernel developers to both Grsecurity and the customer which is inherent in the GPL is breached.
As a customer, it\u2019s my opinion that you would be subject to both contributory infringement and breach of contract by employing this product in conjunction with the Linux kernel under the no-redistribution policy currently employed by Grsecurity.
I have previously endorsed a company that distributes enhanced versions of GPL software to paying customers, but that company operated differently (and in a way that I would recommend to Grsecurity). They did not make any threat to customers regarding redistribution. They publicly distributed their commercial version within 9 months to one year after its customer-only distribution.
This other company was essentially receiving payment from its customers for the work of making new GPL software available to the public after a relatively short delay, and thus they were doing a public benefit and were, IMO, in compliance with the letter of GPL though perhaps not the spirit. In contrast, Grsecurity does no redeeming public service, and does not allow any redistribution of their Linux derivative, in direct contravention to the GPL terms.
In the public interest, I am willing to discuss this issue with companies and their legal counsel, under NDA, without charge.
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I swear a couple months ago I saw a 1070 FTW edition for like 425 dollars now they're 675 dollars. What happened and will the prices go back down?
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Who among you are using DNSSEC [1, 2] already? Have you considered TLSA (DANE ), SSHFP , OPENPGPKEY  resource records (RRs) yet?
Who among you are running your own Web server? Do you secure your traffic with TLS and HTTP security headers? Do you use HSTS  to enforce a secure connection? Do use HPKP  for certificate pinning? Do you use CSP  to enforce content restrictions?
Who among you are running your own mail server (MTA)? Do you secure your traffic with (START)TLS? Do you use SPF  to restrict only authorised hosts to send mails? Do you use DKIM  to cryptographically verify message authenticity? Do you use DMARC  to set domain-level message handling policies?
Share your thoughts!
There are numerous introductory videos about DNSSEC [12, 13], SPF , DKIM  and DMARC  to familiarise yourself more with. There are also numerous websites [17, 18, 19, 20, 21] that can help you check your server's security.
I use Caddy (caddyserver.com) cause it does letsencrypt ssl certs automagically.
Also unlike apache/nginx/whatever you don't have to do more than 2 lines of configuration to actually get it working.
I just watched the video for DNSSEC. What does it actually do that's different from https/ssl?
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What's the deal with this SystemD shit?
Is it as insecure as they claim? Then why the fuck are distros using it?
Because younger developers are lazy shits having no sense of correctness, let alone integrity.
Someone should slap the shit out of those egocentric, narcissistic retards.
Its another guts thread
For that anon who asked for my stress test temps, this is 6 minutes in