tony boosted

How I hijacked the top-level domain of a sovereign state

labs.detectify.com/2021/01/15/

He registered an expired domain used by the .cd ccTLD. Great report.

Hi @Bitcoinfixesthis welcome to the decentralized network. It can be lonely when you first start, but that changes with time.

Here is a quick way to search what exists across the federated network: search.noc.social/

Cheers.

I’m curious, anyone know if Jack and his team are working with anyone involved with the project and federated initiatives?

Ref: twitter.com/jack/status/120476

Hi @eredwood007

Welcome, you can use search.noc.socail to find groups, people and interests across the federation. :)

You also have an option with "Trunk" here: communitywiki.org/trunk/ (don't know much about this option yet, still researching it, but its supposed to help)

Hi @TabulaRasa

Welcome, it can be hard trying something new. This is a bit different than what it looks like, Twitter. People exist across multiple, separate instances. We built this to help you find people: search.noc.social/

Have fun, and let me know if you need help!

Hi @Txali

Welcome, it can be hard trying something new. This is a bit different than what it looks like, Twitter. People exist across multiple, separate instances. We built this to help you find people: search.noc.social/

Have fun, and let me know if you need help!

Hi @rudolf

Welcome, it can be hard trying something new. This is a bit different than what it looks like, Twitter. People exist across multiple, separate instances. We built this to help you find people: search.noc.social/

Have fun, and let me know if you need help!

Hi @abracadabra

Welcome, it can be hard trying something new. This is a bit different than what it looks like, Twitter. People exist across multiple, separate instances. We built this to help you find people: search.noc.social/

Have fun, and let me know if you need help!

Hi @prolocksmithomaha

Welcome, it can be hard trying something new. This is a bit different than what it looks like, Twitter. People exist across multiple, separate instances. We built this to help you find people: search.noc.social/

Have fun, and let me know if you need help!

Hi @Simon05

Welcome, it can be hard trying something new. This is a bit different than what it looks like, Twitter. People exist across multiple, separate instances. We built this to help you find people: search.noc.social/

Have fun, and let me know if you need help!

Hi @abstroe

Welcome, it can be hard trying something new. This is a bit different than what it looks like, Twitter. People exist across multiple, separate instances. We built this to help you find people: search.noc.social/

Have fun, and let me know if you need help!

Hi @disobey

It can be hard trying some new. This is a bit different than what it looks like, Twitter. People exist across multiple, separate instances. We built this to help you find people: search.noc.social/

Have fun, and let me know if you need help!

Rocking the new gear.. happy to embark on a new journey in Texas: theperezranch.com

By the way @rubaski_matt you mentioned me on something as I was changing profiles.. now I lost it.. but here was my response:

"There is no denying that Apple's UI is second to none. My move was purely ideological. The MacOS closed ecosystem just isn't something I wanted to be part of anymore. I still think their experiences are beautiful.

By chance, did you use the linux subsytem? or replace the Windows OS with Linux all together? If the latter, curious why?"

For those new to the platform, even old ones, you can also search for people across all the public networks here search.noc.social ...

This article by the EFF is really good. I like how they explain their concern about censorship as it pertains to the stack. It’s one thing for a FaceBook and Twitter to ban a user, it’s quite another for App Store and infrastructure providers to do it to platforms. They are, in many ways, becoming part of the web fabric. eff.org/deeplinks/2021/01/beyo

This is a great read, I resonate with so many parts of this oped. People referring to “freedom of speech” or “terms of services” are missing the bigger issue at play. Greenwald does a really good job, in my opinion, of explaining why this is all so concerning.

greenwald.substack.com/p/how-s

If you're curious what 10 years of working remotely with one person is like, just come hang out with @dcid and I and enjoy the shit show... be forewarned, you might leave wondering how we get anything done.. we spent 3/4 of the day talking past each other..

Found out that migrating from one user to another is not as simple as I would have expected, but still very doable. Wrote it up to share the process I used: defragged.org/2021/01/13/migra

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