I was all prepared to complain that pencil-and-paper encryption tends not to be strong these days. But a one-time pad? Can’t complain about that.
Lately I’m seeing some spam posts. I don’t see a button for reporting them. What should users be doing when we see spam?..
I was wondering if disabling hyperthreading would be effective against this new threat.
This one: https://smile.amazon.com/Yubico-Security-USB-Factor-Authentication/dp/B07M8YBWQZ/
Those little grey cells.
I just use uBO myself. And (hopefully) good OpSec practice.
Maybe just to see the genuinely interesting things they design, so that they can be re-implemented elsewhere. Like maybe the wedge driver dk(4) would be good on OpenBSD.