Posts Tagged ‘from_mf’

SKS Keyserver Network Under Attack

July 5, 2019

a good example of a hypothetical attack that now becomes real QT:{{”
“The number one use of OpenPGP today is to verify downloaded packages for Linux-based operating systems, usually using a software tool called GnuPG. If someone were to poison a vendor’s public certificate and upload it to the keyserver network, the next time a system administrator refreshed their keyring from the keyserver network the vendor’s now-poisoned certificate would be downloaded. At that point upgrades become impossible because the authenticity of downloaded packages cannot be verified. Even downloading the vendor’s certificate and re-importing it would be of no use, because GnuPG would choke trying to import the new certificate. It is not hard to imagine how motivated adversaries could employ this against a Linux-based computer network.”

Message header Parser

June 19, 2019

printer link

March 3, 2018

to change toner, 1st power down using the switch on the side, then:

1. Press the cover release and open the printer’s top cover fully.
If the printer has been powered on, the fuser may be hot. This area is clearly labelled. Do not touch.
2. Note the positions of the four cartridges. It is essential that they go back in the same order.
(a) Slide the colored release collar (1) on the cartridge to be replaced fully towards the right hand side of the printer.


Useful for a test print:

How to Print the Menu Map __________
The Menu Map provides a listing of the current printer menu settings. To print one out:
1. Press the OK button.
2. Press the down arrow key to go to the Information Menu.
3. Press OK.
4. Press OK to select Print Menu Map.
The Menu Map prints and the printer goes back on line.

netid lookup

June 2, 2017


are you pi material?

June 7, 2014