🇮🇷 #IRanASignalProxy 🇮🇷 

I’ve set up a #Signal #proxy to help the people of #Iran circumvent the #censorship of the regime.

All it takes is a linux server with docker, a public IP address and ports 80 and 443 free: https://signal.org/blog/run-a-proxy/

DM me for link to the proxy, or send an email to my fediverse address minus the first ampersand.

Dear Friends

There is a nice - really nice HumbleBundle Unix book bundle
humblebundle.com/books/linux-n

It is called Linux, but includes both OpenBSD, FreeBSD and some generic books!

Highly recommended

samme kommer til Aarhus
Network Security Basics PROSA Aarhus
Få introduktion og værktøjer til netværkssikkerhed.
21. sept 17:00-21:00

prosa.dk/kurser/arrangementer/

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Reklame:
Den moderne firewall infrastruktur

Vi gennemgår firewalls og firewall features, som man finder i routere, switches, /firewall enheder/ m.v.

prosa.dk/kurser/arrangementer/

online 26. sep 17:00 - 21:00

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Reklame: der er stadig ledige pladser på foredrag mandag aften:
prosa.dk/kurser/arrangementer/

Network Security Basics PROSA København
Få introduktion og værktøjer til netværkssikkerhed.

RT @adinaren_@twitter.com

Katastrofal beslutning. DR lukker @DRDetektor@twitter.com, fordi “danskerne godt ved, der findes fake news, og der skal bruges penge på udvikling af podcast”. Det er en fucking joke.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/adinaren_/status/1

Lørdag d. 10. september er der #CryptoAarhus på Fairbar, Klostertorvet i Aarhus.
Kig forbi til en hyggelig snak om IT sikkerhed og privacy på nettet.
Vi ses mellem 13 - 17 på Fairbar

Get a book from the library (free) or bookstore about some topic you’ve been interested in, but have never taken the time to learn.

25 Years of Nmap: Happy Scan-iversary! 🎉​ 👯‍♀️ ​🍻​

September 1, 1997 was a good day for infosec. :dance_cool_doge:

rapid7.com/blog/post/2022/09/0

After having a frustrating conversation with a friend about how the Internet has turned from an exciting new technology to something saddening that's endlessly abused capitalism, I decided to contribute my tiny share to make alternative digital spaces possible.

This is how datenkommune.org came to be. It's a public access computer system, powered by OpenBSD and with a focus on a positive computing experience and driven by a desire to learn, cooperate and enjoy technology without any commercial motives or the dystopian intrusion of surveillance capitalism.

I eventually plan on writing down more what the philosophy behind it is, and what differentiates the project from (e.g.) the Tildeverse (which it is partially inspired by), but for now you can read about it at datenkommune.org/philosophy.ht.

If you're interested in more details and in gaining access, look no further: datenkommune.org/service.html

Everything is still in its infancy, but it should be ready for a first couple of users. So if you're interested .. I'd be happy to see you around. Feel free to spread the word. :)

(For some tag-based reach: #openbsd, #privacy, #shell, #community, #fediverse)

@22decembre @kas

Det gør helt ondt at læse det igen.

Folk ser det som noget de ikke skal bruge, men specielt dem som leverer internet eller indholdt gør mig ked af det.

Sensommer #cryptohagen,

Søndag d. 28. August, fra 13 til 17 på Cafe Mellemrummet på Nørrebro

Kom ned og sig 'hej' og medbring gerne godt humør

Drik lækker ☕️, til gode snakke i dit københavnske 💻 #privatlivs
og 💻 #sikkerhed netværk

Meget mere info: cryptohagen.dk
(+English version)

Danmarks Naturfredningsforening satte en stopper for den nye kunstgræs-fodboldbane i Nørrebroparken.
Nu vil Venstre undersøge, om beslutningen kan omgøres / affredning berlingske.dk/metropol/kontrov (paywalled) Vi tager den lige en gang til - kunstgræs har samme varme signatur ved hedebølger som asfalt

@jwildeboer @atomicpoet

You can definitely run your own server, but it gets easier if you have a group of friends.

There was a group in Sweden doing just that, elected the admins from time to time.

I have run my own Postfix on OpenBSD for MANY years, and quite happy.

I do accept some spam incoming, but mostly using blocking lists and header checks from reputable sources work out fine.

Anyone can email me at hlk@kramse.org if you want to know more.

The open source community needs to rescue email from the clutches of Google and Microsoft because it's almost impossible for the average person to run their own mailserver.

And this should be doable for anyone.

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