So this article about biology and psychology of bad decisions is very relevant to #infosec:
I mean, we all know how phishing tries to create pressure ("somebody knows your password!") and then relies on people clicking stuff and not recognizing their mistake. Turns out, there are biological reasons for this.
Crucial take-away: we're all susceptible.
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Yay! I'm #openwrt contributor now. https://github.com/openwrt/packages/commit/cc4ed960634ce9859fd6659e07c5787ac0431185 #dnscrypt
SKS Keyserver Network Under Attack https://gist.github.com/rjhansen/67ab921ffb4084c865b3618d6955275f
@pskosinski What you want, may be https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/rsspreview
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The evolution of trust https://ncase.me/trust/
Read this if you’ve got ‘nothing to hide’ - https://thenextweb.com/contributors/2018/11/20/read-this-if-youve-got-nothing-to-hide/
@Ca_Gi Electron, Electron, and a webview-based thing. I only have 16GiB of RAM, can't afford to run that many Electron apps.
@rysiek You asked about native KDE open/save dialogs in Firefox. Have fun: https://pointieststick.wordpress.com/2018/12/16/this-week-in-usability-productivity-part-49/
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At dinner my family was laughing at people believing in flat earth or homeopathy. They were able to discuss what makes people believe in such things or how faith makes them reject some of the facts about reality.
It was funny, because they all believe in God and Jesus.