Missing features:

- Hide this post (without blocking or muting or reporting the poster)
- Always hide media from this poster behind NSFW tags and sensitive content warnings

I give up. I will settle for an ugly flat theme for now.

More posts? We can see who is particularly gassy by watching to see who is tagged with each week.

SPC announcement. Under the "no gore" rule I am removing any existing posts related to the NZ shooter that include the shooter's video.

No one is in trouble, the rules were not 100% clear on this point. but videos of murder regardless of gore factor, I still just can't allow here.

You are still free to discuss the issue or link to the video/manifesto.

Credible admonitions of illegal violence are still grounds for immediate account removal however.

I intend to visit Target today to obtain a couple of surge protector power strips. The ones I have are the ones with the idiotic “master” socket, so if the item in that spot is turned off, everything else gets cut off. This is just proof that syndrome exists outside of government.

Is there currently any real benefit for adding #SoLiD to a fediverse platform? I've largely scoffed at the project, but I'm curious whether other people have some insight on this.

I miss most of the in-jokes because my real life consists of work, phone calls with sons, walks, and yard work. I rarely watch TV or movies, and I have even started avoiding news almost entirely.

Pet theory: if a person's first posts to the fediverse include the #introductions hashtag, they won't be here in a week
#Ideas: For use with #wiki (or sites like mine that have wiki elements), publish an #RSS / #atom feed that notifies subscribers about wiki articles that have received significant (statistically) revisions/updates.
The answer to your hidden problem is to spend the next twenty years in contemplation at a stone monastery in the Tibetan mountains. Or in the Alps. Your choice.

~=8 Character Passwords Are Dead=~

New benchmark from the Hashcat Team shows a 2080Ti GPU passing 100 Billion password guesses per second (NTLM hash).

This means that the entire keyspace, or every possible combination of:
- Upper
- Lower
- Number
- Symbol

...of an 8 character password can be guessed in:

~2.5 hours

(8x 2080Ti GPUs against NTLM Windows hash)

#Hacking #Infosec

You know you're really gassy if your contacts suggest / nominate you for Fartin' Friday ( #FF ).
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