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thaddeus e. grugq
Security Researcher :: Cultural Attaché :: grugq@comae.com :: PGP :: Не верь, не бойся, не проси :: you can’t fight a meme with an exploit
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thaddeus e. grugq 2m
Replying to @migueldeicaza
to a degree, but honestly, learning a non PIE language is fucking wild. "everything is in the countinuous now and I have to explicitly use words to indicate when an event happened? Nothing has gender, not even people? Sentences are mostly implicit context?..
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Hong Kong Free Press 8h
As the newest generation of smart ID cards include RFID tags, concerned Hongkongers are handing out pay-as-you-wish protectors which block the signal. In full:
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thaddeus e. grugq 4h
Replying to @d4rkstarmusic
I heard some joking in HK that it was so hot they were hoping for the water cannons haha
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thaddeus e. grugq 4h
Replying to @ayhcheung
There is one journo I’ve seen who first covered the protests by sexually objectifying the female protestors. And then later as police brutality because he got pushed. Fucking in-depth and insightful mate, keep up the good work. You fucking plonker! 😁
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thaddeus e. grugq 4h
I can understand scouse, but it took me literally 2 days before I could “hear” a single word from my mate from Sheffield, and several months before I could understand him.
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Pinboard 5h
Replying to @thegrugq
It is time for Twitter users (and employees) to call for stopping violence, ending chaos, and restoring order on Twitter. Stop selling promoted tweets to Xinhua, who are running an orchestrated state-backed campaign to discredit and dehumanize the authentic voice of Hong Kong
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thaddeus e. grugq 4h
This is the problem with information warfare. Even the BBC is running stories about “how did the Hong Kong protests turn violent?” — they didn’t. Framing current events as a violent narrative normalizes future acts of actual violence. This is the prelude to violent crackdowns.
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SCMP Hong Kong 6h
A makeshift booth dispensing coins to help protesters buy single journey tickets at Admiralty. Demonstrators have been wary of using their Octopus cards for fear of being traced by the authorities. Follow our live coverage: Video by
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Pinboard 5h
Replying to @thegrugq
I just came home from a completely peaceful march where possibly a million Hong Kong residents came out, with no police in sight, to call for basic democratic rights. What greets me is straight up lies from Xinhua about "bands of thugs", courtesy of Twitter advertising.
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thaddeus e. grugq 5h
Replying to @careless2crows @zeynep
Yup, always look for the biggest most obvious red flag first,
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thaddeus e. grugq 6h
Reading list ++ Chance to ever get work done, —
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thaddeus e. grugq 7h
No, but now I want to. Any idea: ?
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thaddeus e. grugq 7h
I am enjoying it. I’ll finish before the others I suspect. I couldn’t get into “all the birds in the sky” but this one i enjoy
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thaddeus e. grugq 7h
Replying to @ivladdalvi
👍
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DanielMicay 7h
The hardened_malloc documentation has been substantially improved since I last linked to it: . Coverage of the design choices, security properties and configuration options has been substantially expanded. It also has sections on OS integration, stats, etc.
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thaddeus e. grugq 8h
Shoes are the trick in many surveillance detection cases
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thaddeus e. grugq 8h
Replying to @jmm_1233
Yorkshire is impossible.
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Tonsko Dabe 8h
Replying to @thegrugq
speaking of infowar, there's an interesting thread here
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thaddeus e. grugq 8h
Replying to @jessfraz
- principles of war for the information age - the horse the wheel and language - the city in the middle of the night next up: - fighting by minutes - narrative warfare - a congregation of jackals I can only digest "principles of war" a few pgs at a time. It is too powerful
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Ralph Langner 8h
Cheaper than a solid cyber attack via
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