cross-posted from: https://lemmy.dbzer0.com/post/18653040

cross-posted from: https://infosec.pub/post/11194362

49.6% of all internet traffic came from bots in 2023, a 2% increase over the previous year, and the highest level Imperva has reported since it began monitoring automated traffic in 2013. For the fifth consecutive year, the proportion of web traffic associated with bad bots grew to 32% in 2023, up from 30.2% in 2022, while traffic from human users decreased to 50.4%. Automated traffic is costing organizations billions (USD) annually due to attacks … More → The post Bots dominate internet activity, account for nearly half of all traffic appeared first on Help Net Security.

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cross-posted from: https://programming.dev/post/12886362

  • After suing Google years ago for its alleged monopolistic practices regarding Android and the Google Play Store, Epic won in a surprise jury verdict last year.
  • As part of the decision, Epic has been tasked with submitting a proposed injunction to the court for consideration. In simpler terms, the court wants to know what changes Epic wants to see on the Google Play Store and Android.
  • The court filing comes a few weeks after Epic announced that it will bring the Epic Games Store to iOS and Android as an alternative app marketplace "later this year."
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cross-posted from: https://lemmy.zip/post/12276054

Reddit must now answer to its shareholders as well as its vocal users.

[Trailer] Inside Out 2 (www.youtube.com)
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Megalopolis is an upcoming American epic science fiction drama film written, directed and produced by Francis Ford Coppola. The film features an ensemble cast, including Adam Driver, Aubrey Plaza, Giancarlo Esposito, Laurence Fishburne, Chloe Fineman, Dustin Hoffman, Shia LaBeouf, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jason Schwartzman and Jon Voight. Filming began in November 2022 and concluded in March 2023.


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[-] Blaze@discuss.tchncs.de 168 points 5 months ago* (last edited 5 months ago)

Nice meme.

However, couldn't also Eärendil be considered?

Edit: found another possibility:

Legolas is the geographically-closest “elf-prince” to Erebor, where the coat was found. But it’s made of mithril, and that can’t be found in Erebor.

So it was probably forged in Moria. The mithril was definitely mined there. We don’t know exactly when, but we know Moria bordered not one, but two elf-kingdoms (Lorien and Eregion).

Elrond was Gil-galad’s right hand elf, and probably could have claimed the title of high king after the Last Alliance, although he didn’t. He also lived in Eregion for a while, and met his wife in Lorien. He had two sons, both born well before Moria fell to the balrog.

Conclusion: it was forged either for Elladan or Elrohir. They wore it, outgrew it, and gave it back to Durin’s folk, who then brought it with them into exile.

[-] Blaze@discuss.tchncs.de 100 points 6 months ago

The PJ trilogy still holds up today.

That's a pretty high bar

[-] Blaze@discuss.tchncs.de 84 points 7 months ago
[-] Blaze@discuss.tchncs.de 141 points 7 months ago* (last edited 7 months ago)

At the time, LW was among the only ones that could handle the influx of registrations.

So naturally, it became the default one, as people would want to get on the biggest one, similar to a way the biggest Mastodon instance is very prevalent.

People were also afraid their All feed won't be as full if they were not on LW.

Nowadays I think the repartition is a bit better, and most of the top communities have at least an equivalent out of LW.

[-] Blaze@discuss.tchncs.de 151 points 8 months ago
[-] Blaze@discuss.tchncs.de 87 points 8 months ago

I'm probably in the minority, but I do not care. If you are happy, that's the most important, you do you.

[-] Blaze@discuss.tchncs.de 201 points 10 months ago* (last edited 10 months ago)

Thanks for the transparency, sad to hear as always to see a country specific instance to go unmanaged

Edit: I guess a few people will miss !trendingcommunities@feddit.nl from @freamon@endlesstalk.org

[-] Blaze@discuss.tchncs.de 108 points 11 months ago

This post is woefully inaccurate. Firstly, all the revanced mod does is change the 3rd party API to a personal developer API. Not one single user has had any problems doing this as this API is offered for users to make and use apps. There's a call limit for everyone's personal API so it can't be abused.

This issue is from something separate... KoalaS made an IfR clone that uses the official Reddit app API. This is easily detectible and a really stupid decision to make, and an even dumber decision to use.

TLDR: this has nothing to do with revanced mods, just a really stupid specific cloned app

Edit: Never use a pre-made modded APK for this. If you do, you will be sharing an API with others and that could put your account at risk. Always patch your own app with your own API.

Seems quite stupid to tryp to spoof the official app, I guess personal revanced app are still here for long

[-] Blaze@discuss.tchncs.de 155 points 11 months ago* (last edited 11 months ago)

Nothing. Quality of life of working from home cannot be replicated. Or the office would have to be in my street, which is pretty unrealistic

[-] Blaze@discuss.tchncs.de 220 points 11 months ago

Have a look at this post, we had a similar discussion there: https://lemmy.world/post/3074361

Long story short, the platform still needs a bit of work before being able to really move communities. Some examples exist (lemdro.id, piracy, startrek) but those are tech savvy audiences, there would be a lot more friction with more generalist communities

[-] Blaze@discuss.tchncs.de 108 points 11 months ago* (last edited 11 months ago)

Sorry for this, feel free to block all of the communities related to the topics. That should allow smaller ones to come to your feed.

Pictures, food, movies communities are rising, there is hope

[-] Blaze@discuss.tchncs.de 82 points 11 months ago

Lemmy.world holding such a prevalent place in the Lemmy/Kbin part of the Fediverse makes it a major single point of failure.

They should still be the newcomers instance, but communities and users should migrate to other instances to increase the resilience of the Fediverse.

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