[-] catalog3115@lemmy.world -1 points 1 day ago

Doesn't using a particular wordlist limits choice, gives attackers a wordlist to generate the password from

1
5
submitted 3 weeks ago by catalog3115@lemmy.world to c/news@lemmy.world
7
149
submitted 3 weeks ago by catalog3115@lemmy.world to c/privacy@lemmy.ml
239
submitted 3 weeks ago* (last edited 3 weeks ago) by catalog3115@lemmy.world to c/technology@lemmy.ml
[-] catalog3115@lemmy.world 132 points 3 weeks ago

The use of aftermarket parts in repair is relatively common. This provision requires independent repair shops to destroy the devices of their own customers, and then to snitch on them to Samsung. 

That's just pure evil and bully. If you have aftermarket parts they will destroy the device and force you to pay for it. This is the reason we need right to repair. Every consumer should support it.

[-] catalog3115@lemmy.world 42 points 1 month ago

It's not that simple. I don't like Facebook & I don't like Facebook. Still Facebook collects data about me. Tell me why shouldn't Facebook be stopped? Here data is new oil. Facebook is mining for that Oil on my land. You wouldn't allow oil company to mine oil on your land right.

[-] catalog3115@lemmy.world 31 points 1 month ago

adding license to comments is nice touch but i don't think scrapper is gonna care

[-] catalog3115@lemmy.world 71 points 1 month ago

🤬 these people will not let you record your own phone calls but they want to record & listen to those calls for their own profit.

[-] catalog3115@lemmy.world 105 points 1 month ago* (last edited 1 month ago)

I am going to repeat what I have said for another similar post.

I still stand for Signal App.

  • Telegram has no default E2EE, Telegram is run by for profit company
  • Multiple flaws were found in Telegram's encryption algorithm
  • Almost all cleartext messages are stored on telegram server, but signal stores encrypted message temporarily
  • Signal is non-profit & all their source code + finances are public. Even their server codes are publically available
[-] catalog3115@lemmy.world 70 points 1 month ago

I still stand with Signal App.

  • Telegram has no default E2EE.
  • Threema's encryption was compromised .
  • Threema & Telegram both are for profit companies.
  • Signal is non-profit & all their source code + finances are public. Even their server codes are publically available
16
2
33
submitted 1 month ago by catalog3115@lemmy.world to c/privacy@lemmy.ml
55
[-] catalog3115@lemmy.world 23 points 1 month ago

What does even "homosexual dictatorship" means? Will they oppress straight people? 😂😂

[-] catalog3115@lemmy.world 28 points 1 month ago

Roku went to shit long back

79

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/12094120

There’s an enormous and largely invisible campaign to use fraudulent notices under the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act to remove critical articles from the internet. We don’t know who is running the campaign, but we do know it’s facilitated by Google’s amazingly trustworthy approach to DMCA complaints made by companies that don’t exist.

39
submitted 4 months ago by catalog3115@lemmy.world to c/privacy@lemmy.ml

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/12094120

There’s an enormous and largely invisible campaign to use fraudulent notices under the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act to remove critical articles from the internet. We don’t know who is running the campaign, but we do know it’s facilitated by Google’s amazingly trustworthy approach to DMCA complaints made by companies that don’t exist.

114

There’s an enormous and largely invisible campaign to use fraudulent notices under the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act to remove critical articles from the internet. We don’t know who is running the campaign, but we do know it’s facilitated by Google’s amazingly trustworthy approach to DMCA complaints made by companies that don’t exist.

[-] catalog3115@lemmy.world 34 points 5 months ago

Respectfully, I have to correct you. This argument is not correct way to think about privacy.

For Example :- You don't care what I think about you but if I ask where do you live, what is your bank ac, what messages and email you send and to whom, etc. You will not provide me those details even though you don't care what I think about you. Similarly a player might not care what they think about them but the mere collection of user data is bad for the player.

[-] catalog3115@lemmy.world 37 points 8 months ago* (last edited 8 months ago)

I still support buying a decent graphics card and a game rather than paying a subscription while also buying the game. Their basic plans costs 10 euro per month which is 240 euro for 2 years which is average cost for a decent gaming card. And best part is you own it. You can get NVIDIA 3060 for that amount. Which is amazing card.

[-] catalog3115@lemmy.world 36 points 8 months ago

To put pressure on the countries and persuade them to vote 'yes', the European Commission placed these ads only in countries that did not want to vote for the law: Sweden, Belgium, Finland, Slovenia, Portugal, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands Ads Ads Pic

view more: next ›

catalog3115

joined 10 months ago