On the just released CVE from Microsoft/NSA, this explanation looks right:
The bug as per zdnet:
I highly recommend these short video for anyone trying to understand schorr/taproot. Next step, I want to try the related jupyter notebook.
To update lnd on an old #RaspiBlitz only one line need to be pasted to the terminal. That will download, verify, update and restart the service:
Recommended if running lnd < 0.7
Upgrade #lightning nodes please! c-lightning < 0.7.1, lnd < 0.7, eclair <= 0.3 vulnerable:
Some good feedback on the below reddit thread, ask us anything there and upvote if you like what we’re doing!
@wxcafe for the record, RS-232 isn't a connector.. DB-9 or DB-25 are... and would look way more cyberpunk than usbc!
@christinabahk thanks! It's fun and ideally subversive ;-)
@openoms haha riiight... not money, not a fan ;-) I can read between the lines
Welcome refugees, looks like @Jack might be having a bad day today
@christinabahk using oracle published and signed data to settle futures contracts is a fascinating idea. I'd still be worried a dishonest oracle could cause a problem. I need to reread the paper to better understand all the scenarios.
"True Names" by Vernor Vinge was written a **long** time ago, but is a really forward thinking piece of fiction about nyms in the digital/virtual world. It's short, and entertaining too. Adam Back is always recommending it.
He also wrote "A Fire Upon The Deep" which is one of my favourite scifi books, breathtakingly imaginative.
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