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ImHex: A Hex Editor for Reverse Engineers, Programmers and people who value their retinas when working at 3 AM

github.com/WerWolv/ImHex

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Is it just me being old-fashioned? Or is this a common opinion these days?

So I was listening to an episode of Open Source Security Podcast. This is not a bad podcast, but sometimes I'm wondering what they are thinking.

So despite the name of the show, they went on and on about how terrible Linux is, and how Windows has caught up, etc, etc.

In another episode they were talking about how security issues are solved by rewriting things in Rust (I'm pretty sure the hosts are not programmers).

I'm confused. These people are supposed to be professionals but I hear far too much regurgitated nonsense.

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With these vulnerabilities, it is possible to ship pirated games on bluray discs. That is possible even without a kernel exploit as we have JIT capabilities."

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PS4/PS5: bd-j exploit chain

"Below are 5 vulnerabilities chained together that allows an attacker to gain JIT capabilities and execute arbitrary payloads."

hackerone.com/reports/1379975

Mars door explained.

Regarding this: "NASA has released a new image of a door-shaped rock formation captured by Curiosity rover"
twitter.com/latestinspace/stat

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I haven't been to east coast in a while. I passed by because I had to go to a bike shop here.

Just look at the number of cargo ships.

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RT @haskellhutt
Depresssingly, this quote from 1984 is even more true today than it was then.

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The Guardian view on Julian Assange: do not extradite him | Editorial | #Assangecase

"This attack on press freedom must be rejected" @guardian | #FreeAssangeNOW
t.co/DJV1PZyBhG

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The Democratic Republic of Congo is widely considered to be the richest country in the world regarding natural resources; its untapped deposits of raw minerals are estimated to be worth in excess of U.S. $24 trillion.

If there is peaceful Congo, Kagame will not be able to smuggle minerals to Hongkong, other multinational companies will not be able to mine minerals illegally which is cheap way because of children labours. Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, China are directly contributing to insecurities in Eastern Congo.

The Paradox Of Congo: How The World’s Wealthiest Country Became Home To The World’s Poorest People – ThinkProgress
archive.thinkprogress.org/the-

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Tue April 5 will mark 12 years since Julian Assange published the Collateral Murder video detailing the gunning down of civilians, children and 2 @Reuters journalists

Assange faces a 175 year sentence if extradited for revealing this and other war crimes t.co/DX0tgHjeiA

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