Tag Archives: OpenBSD

Reinstalling Debian woes

This is a geeky post which is unlikely to be interesting or even understandable to anyone other than those familiar with Debian Linux or similar systems. I managed to trash my Debian system just recently. The /root partition was too … Continue reading

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Partial anatomy of a hack by GCHQ – It’s pwned

[5/2/15 I may have been mistaken about the running inside virtualization and that is probably normal livecd messages. There is still something amiss with the different ps axu(s) – it does at least make me very suspicious since I can’t … Continue reading

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An original geeky post for a change (because as well as a political activist I’m also a geek)

OpenBSD is widely regarded as the most secure operating system. Today is the release date of the latest release OpenBSD 5.4. You’ll need to give it a few hours because it’s not yet 1/11 in Canada. OpenBSD is secure because … Continue reading

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