We just released a new testing version for YunoHost and would be happy to receive feedback before releasing it as a stable version :yum:
This release includes quite important changes in YunoHost’s internal, and therefore requires careful validation to minimize the amount of remaining bugs.
Major changes are: - Group and permission mechanism
Improvements to detect app installs that broke critical parts of the system.
Scarier wornings for dangerous app installs
Message imporvement, string cleaning and a language rework
Improved translations for Cataln, Occitan, French, Esperanto, Arabic, German, Spanish, Norwegian Bokmal, Portuguese and Swedish.
- BTW I am considering putting up a tor version of Bonehea Media. What do you think?
Pine64 announces round 2 of pre orders for the Pinebook Pro on 2019-11-05 if anybody is interested in buying me one I would graciously accept it! The original $99 Pinebook will take orders in early 2020.
Want some free swag? November is LibreOffice month!
Some Scary Ass Headlines!
Null Byte - Finding passwords in log files with Google Dorks
Redhat - 3 ways to reduce your attack surface on Linux - Install less software
Identify open ports
Hacker News - 5 places where hackers are stealing your data
Abandoned and Unprotected websites
Mobile apps backends
Public code repos
Hacker News - Leading web domain name registrars disclose data breach
Hacker News - Chinese hackers compromise telecom servers to spy on sms
Unfourtunately there is only one in the Yunohost repos. And that is Keeweb. Which is a web based manager that also has a desktop app. It says it is compatable with Keepass so I’m gonna test it out.
I installed and I really dont know what to do, lol. I’ve got some experience using LastPass a long time ago but just gave up on it because I turned into one of those lazy people saying “I’ve got nothing to hide, blah, blah”. That was before I found out how much of a product we really are. Holy shit! I just realized that the movie The Matrix is true!
I ran search for Open Source password managers and came up with theses.
Bitwarden - self hosted or use someone else
KeePass - Desktop
KeepassX - Fork of KeePass
KeeWeb - Self hosted
Since I literally just installed KeePass and KeeWeb this morning I will have to get back to you on how to use them. From my intial glance KeePass is very similar to LastPass. You set up a main password and then use it to generate strong passwords for everything. Copy pasta the password into what ever you need.
I’m guessing you can use KeeWeb simialr to the centralized stuff like Lastpass only for this case it would be for KeePass. I wonder if it would work for Bitwarden as weel?
I did jsut notice that in KeeWeb it says that it does exactly what I thought! Yay, I know how to read!
But what I dont undetstand is the webdav, dropbox, google drive, onedrive and insert link icons. I’m guessing those would be places you have your database saved at?
I’m gonna give it a go over the next couple of weeks and see if I can get myself a little bit safer. You should too!