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Trojan Family Ties | TechSNAP 230

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Rooting your Android device might be more dangerous than you realize, why the insurance industry will take over InfoSec & the NSA prepares for Quantum encryption.

Plus some great questions, a fantastic roundup & more!

Written by Jupiter Broadcasting

September 3rd, 2015 at 8:37 am

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Virginia BSD Assembly | BSD Now 105

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It's already our two-year anniversary! This time on the show, we'll be chatting with Scott Courtney, vice president of infrastructure engineering at Verisign, about this year's vBSDCon. What's it have to offer in that’s different in the BSD conference space? We'll find out.

Written by Jupiter Broadcasting

September 3rd, 2015 at 7:44 am

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Click Bait Murder | Unfilter 157

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The NSA is being sued by a former mayor for blanket surveillance & the case could spark a public debate. New information on how the Clinton's stored their mail server, our takedown of ISIS claimed attempts to recruit American women & why you better buy that Patriot Drone soon!

Plus an update on the 2016 election, the recent market turmoil & more!

Written by Jupiter Broadcasting

September 2nd, 2015 at 11:13 pm

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HPR1849: LinuxLugCast Episode-004 Outtakes

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Some good content that we do not publish to the show http://linuxlugcast.com/?p=197

Written by Kevin Wisher

September 2nd, 2015 at 6:00 pm

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Insecurity by Design | LUP 108

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Top law enforcement officials in the US want backdoors in all encryption systems. What would the ramifications to open source around the world be if this became law of the land in the US?

Details on the upcoming road show, Kubuntu's new look, saying goodbye to an old friend & some Go powered retro feedback.

Written by Jupiter Broadcasting

September 1st, 2015 at 6:30 pm

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HPR1848: Introduction to w3m, a Command Line Web Browser

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W3M is a text browser with image and tab support which supports both keyboard and mouse navigation. (Image support is not available in some terminals, but does work in Xterm and rxvt, but images may be opened in a external viewer)). Mouse and keyboard navigation are supported, but I recommend learning the keybindings. Keybindings are case sensitive. The manual is 12 pages long and quite exhaustive. Here are some useful keybindings to get started with. Open new tab: SHIFT-T Close tab: CTRL-Q Open URL: U (opens text dialog at bottom of window) See URL of current page: u (displays current URL at bottom of window) Close tab: CTRL Q Go left one tab: { Go right one tab: } Back in the same page: b Page Up: - (hyphen) or PG UP Page Down: SPACE or PG DOWN Previous page ("Buffer"): B There is no "forward" button, but you can use view History: CTRL-h Search in page: / (opens search dialog at bottom of window) Help: H Add bookmark: ESC-a View bookmarks: ESC-v Run shell command: # (Opens a dialog at the bottom of the window. Exit with B.) Paste into dialogs (e. g., passwords): Middle mouse button. Scroll left: . (period) Scroll right: , (comma) Useful Links: W3M homepage: http://w3m.sourceforge.net/ W3M Manual: http://w3m.sourceforge.net/MANUAL Note: If you want to use W3M, I recommend having the manual handy. How-To Geek Intro to W3M: http://www.howtogeek.com/103574/how-to-browse-from-the-linux-terminal-with-w3m/ gotbletu's Youtube w3m tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z22cFTB-uqg&list=PLzp-Yldf70WnwhVP-7CsgWkpLXY_pSLtu Stack Exchange article on how to configure W3M to enable copying URLs (not tested). http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/12497/yanking-urls-in-w3m Xterm configuration menus: http://scarygliders.net/2011/12/01/customize-xterm-the-original-and-best-terminal/

Written by Frank Bell

September 1st, 2015 at 6:00 pm

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The Madison Bot | TTT 209

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The stories of Apple’s Netflix competitor leave us impressed, the real outrageous fraud of Ashley Madison has been revealed, Google brings Android Wear to iPhones & the malware problem that impacts jailbroken devices.

Written by Jupiter Broadcasting

September 1st, 2015 at 11:43 am

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HPR1847: Client Side C- WTF Is Wrong With You?

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This is the link to the emulator: http://theadesilva.com/web_nes emscripten's website is here http://kripken.github.io/emscripten-site

Written by SigFlUP

August 31st, 2015 at 6:00 pm

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HPR1846: UNI-T UT61E Review

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NYbill does a quick review of his favourite multimeter for electronics, the UNI-T UT61E: http://tinyurl.com/oehy5lf A photo of the inside and outside of the meter: I forgot to mention or show a picture of the data logging cable. I never use this feature so I tend to forget its there.

Written by Jezra and NYbill

August 30th, 2015 at 6:00 pm

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Podcast #51

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0:08:19 News
0:41:21 Photo Editing

As a keen amateur photographer, Jesse wanted to find out how good the better-known Linux photo viewing and editing applications actually are – so he set the team a homework challenge. On this occasion, the incompetence of one of your Luddites was far exceeded by the developers of one of the apps…

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Written by show@linuxluddites.com (Linux Luddites)

August 30th, 2015 at 10:36 am

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