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Tinkerer, Hacker, Co-Founder, Speaker; Director of Threat Research . Alignment: Lawful-Gray. Opinions are either my own or of the Overlord🔬☕
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dalmoz 20h
Replying to @cybergibbons
Same question, but ACDC?
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Jeremy Boone May 26
My coworker Ilya and I just published a paper that covering the results of our vulnerability research of the Zephyr RTOS and MCUboot bootloader. 26 vulns spanning memory safety to exploit mitigation weaknesses. Read here
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dalmoz May 26
Replying to @0xAmit
Open Source Corona Virus
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dalmoz May 26
No, this is not The Onion, but a priceless, albeit unfortunate, title
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dalmoz May 25
YASSS GEEKK RAGEE 🍿
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dalmoz May 25
Replying to @ybahat
זה עושה את הסיפור הזה למדהים
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dalmoz May 25
Replying to @ybahat
הוא גוי?
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dalmoz May 25
1. dmz-residing, very busy, emule server (put down by chief admin) 2. servers that reveal the root pass in hostname (e.g. ) or ldap description (that one happened too many times) 3. functional server that everybody lost the source code for its binary app
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dalmoz May 25
Replying to @cyb3rops
1. dmz-residing, very busy, emule server (put down by chief admin) 2. servers that reveal the root pass in hostname (e.g. ) or ldap description (that one happened too many times) 3. functional server that everybody lost the source code for its binary app
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dalmoz May 24
Lost charger for this Remmington. It says 1A 5VDC on the tin but actually takes in a third of it... weird 🤨(and somewhat reckless imho...)
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dalmoz May 24
Replying to @securelyfitz
super jelly now. Enjoy! i guess that's before adding electronics (scope, psu etc.) to the bench or is it a different bench?
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Ralf (RPW) May 15
Apparently you need to patch AOSP [] if you want Android to guide your missiles (due to ITAR regulations):
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dalmoz May 13
Replying to @KimZetter
very similar to arabic, yes (i think the arabic version is with a bit more friction, if it makes sense) i like it too, 2 of my kids are coincidentally taught by a yemenite women at school, I envy their pronunciation, that's how hebrew should sound imho
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dalmoz May 13
Replying to @KimZetter
That's what's common - That's the yemmenite-hebrew version -
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dalmoz May 13
Replying to @KimZetter
Yeah, now try it with a yemmenite-hebrew pronounciation (that many believe and teach to talk like that), that one I never got an american to get to pronounce correctly
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dalmoz May 13
I don't know dutch, of course - but when I hear dutch words like "gut" - it's very similar if not identical to my ears to the hebrew ח
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dalmoz May 13
Replying to @KimZetter
It's חומוס, what's the issue here?
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dalmoz May 13
Hi 🛡, here is a pro tip: you shouldn't allow egress mail that contains URLs with a 'file://' handler
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Brian Roemmele May 5
I will let out a bit of a secret. I have been running a full IBM System/370 Mainframe on a $5 Raspberry Pi Zero for ~5 years. About 7 times faster System/370. Millions of lines of COBOL JCLs running flawless on a battery. Tested an entire bank’s mainframe COBOL on it.
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dalmoz May 10
Replying to @textfiles
It's MTV's lost not to be freeing some of it, quite literally
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