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Thunder Badger, mon guide pour installer son propre nœud Bitcoin et Lightning, a désormais son propre repo :
github.com/Sosthene00/ThunderB
À l'origine un fork des super guides de Stadicus, mais nos versions commencent à diverger sérieusement et cela devenait difficile à maintenir.
Vous êtes libres de l'utiliser, le copier, le modifier ou de faire ce que vous voulez avec sans me demander l'autorisation (tant que vous conservez la licence attachée et que vous vous ne l'appropriez pas)

Google is now publishing entire countries' citizen movement data, thereby actively helping governments with their dystopian attacks on our most basic freedoms.

google.com/covid19/mobility/

Anonymizing your location data doesn't magically turn this into not abusing your location data for something that you didn't agree to. Not sure why you would continuously send your location to Google in the first place, but you should be aware of the fact that they will definitely use it for whatever they want.

Almost finished building my fake GameBoy console, powered by Debian.

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Prochain Bitcoin P2P: JoinMarket
Mercredi 8 avril 19h, en visio à nouveau, confinement oblige.
Plus d'info ici : sosthene.net/event/bitcoin-pai
ou abonnez-vous à la mailing list : framalistes.org/sympa/subscrib

"If you’re concerned about privacy and want one of the most well-protected browsers available — and don’t mind that it may prevent you from using certain websites — then you should try the Tor Browser." theverge.com/2020/2/21/2113840

I'm trying to solve a problem where we are given a pubkey in a pem file (I assumed RSA and can unserialise it as such, so I guess I'm right) and a ciphertext, and we are supposed to crack it. One hint: "very short crypto"
My best guess is that the d value is very low, and it seems that there's a Wiener's attack that exploit it.
I found this code, but it fails when I apply it to my problem sagi.io/2016/04/crypto-classic
Any distinguished cryptographer to have a guess at what I'm missing here?

I just made a 1000€ #donation to #Framasoft.

They offer #FreeSoftware solutions without #SurveillanceCapitalism for just about everything.

Since the #SocialDistancing started I made two videocalls with their #Jitsi instance and that saved me from feeling completely isolated. Unfortunately free telecommunication services are completely overloaded atm, but that's why it's so important to #DonateToFreeSoftware projects, especially right now.

Thanks @Framasoft ❤️

You are witnessing the end of the US dollar.

Are you in #quarantine ? SDF may be the place for you!

* Teach or Join a class to learn the UNIX shell, network utilities & programming languages
* Listen or become a DJ and steam aNONradio.net
* Create or stream video content from toobnix.org
* Join the PLAN9 boot camp & learn PLAN9 from Bell Labs
* Join our Minecraft Server mc.sdf.org
* Boot and run your own VM instance of Solaris, OpenBSD, Ubuntu, FreeBSD, CentOS, Debian, Plan9 or NetBSD with a dedicated IP

La conférence de @exodus à l'école 42 est disponible en vidéo !
- Sur la chaîne des Studios 42 : youtube.com/watch?v=hgWBuT-Uom

- Sur notre chaîne PeerTube : video.tedomum.net/videos/watch

Infos & slides : 42l.fr/article/Conf%C3%A9rence

Un grand merci aux Studios pour leur super travail de montage :)

As a side note, just a shower thought about the role of time in these models and in Bitcoin...

A "funny" thing about the Newtonian model is the reversibility of time in its equations (something that is the complete opposite of our intuition of the existence of an arrow of time).

Thermodynamics has reintroduced the idea of an arrow of time with its 2nd principle.

This was pushed even further by researchers like Prigogyne (works on dissipative structures).

"We already store data. In a database. It works well." – Jimmy Wales
twitter.com/jimmy_wales/status

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There are many ways to build a cheap and secure little box dedicated to mixing with @[email protected]
For this one I used an @[email protected] XU4Q and some old credit cards: github.com/openoms/joininbox/
* connect to a full node through Tor or LAN
* store the SSH keys on a hardware wallet

I have been very busy recently with life and stuff. Next week, I'm getting back to Bitcoin by doing a presentation about Schnorr / Taproot using the material from the recent code review (thanks @waxwing for taking so much time to explain some of this stuff to me) sosthene.net/event/tech-meetup

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