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Our school just changed our Wi-Fi network to certificate login instead of password, should I be worried?
cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/168669 > So our small university changed our networking from regular wifi to wifi with certificates. They use securew2 to setup certificates on android and root certificates for linux. Should I be concerned? I know on iOS the certificates are marked as untrusted from what many students have told me. What should I look for in a certificate as I really don't know much but hate the idea of installing something on my phone to use wifi....

Our school just changed our Wi-Fi network to certificate login instead of password, should I be worried?
So our small university changed our networking from regular wifi to wifi with certificates. They use securew2 to setup certificates on android and root certificates for linux. Should I be concerned? I know on iOS the certificates are marked as untrusted from what many students have told me. What should I look for in a certificate as I really don't know much but hate the idea of installing something on my phone to use wifi....

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/167860 > Looking for new fresh ideas to defeat the parking barnacle so far the only possible solutions I have heard and thought about. > > Method 1: turn on windshield defroster for 30minutes on max heat then slide a credit card shim under the suctions > Method 2: wrap the whole barnacle in aluminum foil to block the GPS signal > Method 3: jam the signal with a WiFi jammer although these are hard to come by especially in the us and don't recommend



you feel like it would be better to run it in a sandbox work profile with google services


Was wondering if there was, if not ill use graphenes sandbox mode


then what are some reliable apk websites that are safe to.


I own a pair of phantoms, love them, although they’re just a bit expensive.


cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/161183 > cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/161182 > > > I need to get payrange laundry app for laundry at my college, but I'm running a degoogled phone, and it doesn't pop up in aurora store

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/161182 > I need to get payrange laundry app for laundry at my college, but I'm running a degoogled phone, and it doesn't pop up in aurora store

I need to get payrange laundry app for laundry at my college, but I'm running a degoogled phone, and it doesn't pop up in aurora store


Any good sites or services to host photos?
Looking for a good site or service to host photos that's open source or privacy respecting, mainly using pixelfed right now

Today, I deleted Instagram
As the title says, today I decided to permanently delete Instagram. Of course after 30 days lol, as Instagram makes you wait 30 days to delete your account (a queue). I mostly deleted Instagram, causes the direction the company is heading (Facebook/meta). It's terrible that companies went from simply an app meant to share moments to big data analytics and finding a way to market you and your data. I also feel that big data social media brings a toxic atmosphere as it's made that way, it's made to get you addicted. Of course, I'll still use social media such as pixelfed or something else to host my moments and travel with family. But I will definitely be limiting my use of big mainstream apps. As I've grown older, I mainly only use text message such as signal or iMessage for communication and YouTube/odysee for media consumption. An honestly I feel better after deleted the Instagram app, anyway thanks lemmy followers for listening to my story, and maybe it'll inspire others. My Instagram following was 10k+ so you could imagine it was hard, but followers don't mean anything.