I keep forgetting about sshuttle. It’s by far the easiest way to get a cheapo IP-over-SSH VPN working with an OSX client, particularly since it’s in homebrew
Things hotting up in TOR-land.
Until I have had the time and information available to review the situation, I am strongly recommending my mirrors are not used under any circumstances. If they come back online without a PGP signed message from myself to further explain the situation, exercise extreme caution and treat even any items delivered over TLS to be potentially hostile.
$14.99 ebook, recommended by Steve Vinoski, looks good
Google made a change in Android 4.4 which allows operators to know when users are using tethering and conveniently block tethered devices from accessing internet. This can be fixed permanently using the following procedure.Well this is stupid. (via Tony Finch)
It’s now over a year since Edward Snowden went public with evidence of mass surveillance and extensive abuses by the NSA, GCHQ and other intelligence agencies. In other countries these revelations prompted parliamentary inquiries, diplomatic representations and legislation. In Ireland the only response was a promise [..] to help extradite Mr Snowden should he land here.
For the record