Yes. Agree. I have used Ubuntu for years. Many of the same software mention in the initial post work for ubuntu as well. Chromium (not Chrome) is OK - but just begun to play with Iridium browser and also Brave. so far, looking ok. But would be happy for others' opinions.There should be a Linux distros section. I've had good experiences with Void, Ubuntu Mate, and Debian (though Debian does have a learning curve, especially since it doesn't contain the firmware by default.)
apt install exiftool
exiftool -all= sample.jpg
It began after Reg reader Dan became confused when his office network's security products started alerting on traffic from one infrequent visitor's laptop. On looking at the logs, our reader saw it was talking to these "garbage" domains:
Further scratching of heads led to infosec bod Ryan Niemes' personal blog, where he had written about exactly the same odd traffic. Except Niemes had noticed something else too: these domains weren't owned by anybody. So he bought them and spun up an EC2 instance to log what was coming in.
"Fast-forward a few hours," he wrote, "I ran a netstat command and saw a crapload of connections to 443. So, I registered a Letsencrypt certificate & watched my logs start to fill up."
Niemes saw a number of API calls within the HTTPS-encrypted traffic hitting his new domains, including:
GET /v1/users/services HTTP/1.1 GET /v1/users/current HTTP/1.1 GET /v1/servers?filters[servers.load][$gt]=85&fields[servers.id]&limit=5114 HTTP/1.1 GET /v1/servers?fields[servers.status]&limit=1&filters%5Bservers.id%5D=939653 HTTP/1.1 GET /v1/servers?fields%5Bservers.created_at%5D=&fields%5Bservers.groups.id%5D=&fields%5Bservers.groups.title%5D=&fields%5Bservers.groups.type.identifier%5D=&fields%5Bservers.hostname%5D=&fields%5Bservers.id%5D=&fields%5Bservers.load%5D=&fields%5Bservers.locations%5D=&fields%5Bservers.name%5D=&fields%5Bservers.specifications%5D=&fields%5Bservers.station%5D=&fields%5Bservers.technologies.identifier%5D=&filters%5Bservers.status%5D=online&limit=5114 HTTP/1.1 GET /v1/servers/count HTTP/1.1 GET /v1/helpers/ips/insights HTTP/1.1 GET /v1/plans?filters[plans.active]=1&filters[plans.type]=android_sideload HTTP/1.1 GET /v1/helpers/hosts/metadata HTTP/1.1
"The POST I'm seeing is concerning because there's a field called renewtoken which appears to be unique," he told The Register. As well as the user-agent string, the inbound requests also disclosed app version, host operating system build and the user's IPv4 address.
Something weird seems to be going on with NordVPN and their app.
It's significant. Once it pays out I'll tell people.so how long do you guys think brave will be around? when will the NPC go after it for beeing the sole income source for the evil Nazi webspace known as Kiwifarms?
also @Null can you update us in a month or so about how the firefox glitch and the transition of alot of kiwis to brave impacted the amount of brave money you got?
So, thinking about making the switch to brave on my phone. One thing holding me back is all the saved login stuff I already have on firefox(which is getting shittier by the day). Anyone know how to transfer saved login info from firefox(pc or android) to Brave(android)? If so that would be super cool.