Day: October 2, 2020

kitty – the fast, featureful, GPU based terminal emulator — kitty 0.18.3 documentation

kitty – the fast, featureful, GPU based terminal emulator Offloads rendering to the GPU for lower system load and buttery smooth scrolling. Uses threaded rendering to minimize input latency. Supports all modern terminal features: graphics (images), unicode, true-color, OpenType ligatures, mouse protocol, focus tracking, bracketed paste and several new terminal protocol extensions. Supports tiling multiple…


GitHub – actionsflow/actionsflow: The free Zapier/IFTTT alternative for developers to automate your workflows based on Github actions


Code scanning is now available! – The GitHub Blog

(This one’s been sitting in my drafts for a few days now…  :/ ) GitHub code scanning is a developer-first, GitHub-native approach to easily find security vulnerabilities before they reach production. We’re thrilled to announce the general availability of code scanning. You can enable it on your public repository today! Source: Code scanning is now available! –…


Welcoming Gitter to Matrix! | Matrix.org

If you’re reading this from the Gitter community and have no idea what Matrix is: we’re an open source project that provides an open protocol for secure, decentralised communication – effectively the missing real-time communication layer of the open Web. The open Matrix network has more than 20M users on it and is growing fast…


evilpass: Slightly evil password strength checker

Slightly evil password strength checker Checks how strong your user’s password is via questionably ethical means. Slightly evil password strength checker checks how strong your user’s password is via questionably ethical means. Source: evilpass: Slightly evil password strength checker


Flatpak – a security nightmare

Flatpak – a security nightmare – 2 years later Two years ago I wrote about then heavily-pushed Flatpak, self-proclaimed “Future of Apps on Linux”. The article criticized the following three major flows in Flatpak:   Most of the apps have full access to the host system but users are misled to believe the apps are sandboxed The…


Pelican Development Blog – news

Pelican 4.5 released Thu 20 August 2020 By Pelican Contributors In news. Pelican 4.5 is now available. Its marquee feature is support for “namespace” plugins, which means any plugin listed under the new Pelican Plugins organization can be installed via Pip, after which Pelican should automatically detect and enable the new plugin. Source: Pelican Development Blog – news


GitHub – dstotijn/Hetty: An HTTP toolkit for security research. 


Escaping strings in Bash using !:q | Simon Willison’s TILs

Source: Escaping strings in Bash using !:q | Simon Willison’s TILs


GitHub – UltraBlackLinux/random-shell-scripts: These are self made shell scripts, that I found useful to make.


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