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Proton is taking its privacy-first apps to a nonprofit foundation model
  • They are only e2ee if you enable it. Posteo has it enabled from the get go.

  • Proton is taking its privacy-first apps to a nonprofit foundation model
  • The source is that this is missing from their data protection.

  • Proton is taking its privacy-first apps to a nonprofit foundation model
  • The part about a Swiss judge is missing from the website. Still, Posteo does the same, though not with interpol and only local government.

  • Proton is taking its privacy-first apps to a nonprofit foundation model
  • I'm sorry, but I'm not going to move all my Data to a company (even if non profit), that openly admits they give Europol complete and unrestricted access to said data. I'll stay with Posteo.

  • Patrick Breyer and Pirate Party lose EU Parliament seats
  • What a load of bullshit, Voters that don't turn up are the most dangerous of them all, because it lowers the percentage and skews the votes. If 40% go voting and make their vote invalid, those 40% still get counted, meaning the percentage for other parties is overall lower.

  • We’ve just had a year in which every month was a record-setter
  • Well, what do you expect if an unintentional Geo Engineering experiment get's shut down one day to the other. The Oceans are running a fever because of that...temps have jumped 2-3°C in just 3 years. More heat, more humidity, more dark clouds, even more energy - more temperature, less Co2 Absorption... But it would be great, if we could stop all that doom and gloom stuff. There's still quite a lot of positive stuff happening.

    Edit: To clarify, I'm talking about the IMO (International Maritime Organization) lowering the sulfur in crude oil for ships from 3% allowed to 0,5% in 2020 and the resulting "darker" clouds, due to sulfur "binding" water molecules. This in term lead to about 80% more energy from the sun that got "transferred" in to the atmosphere and the oceans, instead of being reflected with "white" clouds.

    https://www.carbonbrief.org/analysis-how-low-sulphur-shipping-rules-are-affecting-global-warming/ https://phys.org/news/2024-05-sulfur-content-shipping-fuel-maritime.html https://egusphere.copernicus.org/preprints/2024/egusphere-2024-1428/ https://www.sciencemediacentre.org/expert-reaction-to-sulphur-reductions-in-shipping-fuel-and-increased-maritime-warming/

  • At the D-Day ceremony in France, a WWII veteran tried to kiss Zelenskyy's hand, but he knelt down to the vet and thanked him for saving Europe.
  • It can be learned, but you have to be willing for it and it needs a special trait as base requirement, neither Putin nor other Dictators have: Humility and Honesty.

  • Synology im Heimnetzwerk mit Vodafone Station - kann das gut gehen?
  • Geht auch nich um den Dude selber, sondern um etwaige Gäste und anderes. Aber das ist am Ende pP (persönliche Präferenz).

    Die Vodafone Station taugt nich viel...aber sie sollte ausreichen, wenn ein Kabel dran ist.

  • Synology im Heimnetzwerk mit Vodafone Station - kann das gut gehen?
  • Weil zum einen WLAN Adapter für ein Synology teuer sind, dazu noch eben ein ordentlicher Adapter noch teurer. Du hast beim WLAN sehr viele Punkte, die Fehler verursachen können - und zwar auch solche, wo du dann auf dem Trockenen sitzt, im Sinne davon, dass du nicht mehr ans NAS kommst. Weiterhin hast du bei einer direkten LAN Verbindung mit dem PC dann noch andere Probleme.

    Wenn du dir einen Gigacube 5G besorgst und den bei dir im Zimmer platzierst, kannst du alle möglichen Probleme umgehen und hast dein "eigenes" Netzwerk. Damit musst du dann nich so sehr drauf achten, alles zu vor deinen Mitbewohnern zu Schützen, standardmäßig "schreit" so ein Synology durch das Netzwerk, dass es da ist. Dazu kannst du, wenn du eben von außen Backups machen möchtest, einfach entsprechende Ports die nötig sind freigeben.

  • Synology im Heimnetzwerk mit Vodafone Station - kann das gut gehen?
  • Unter den Umständen würde ich tatsächlich irgendwie versuchen ein LAN Kabel ins Zimmer zu bekommen und dann zumindest ein echtes extra Netzwerk machen. Fritzbox auf Kleinanzeigen oder sonst wo günstig besorgen und im Router Modus hinter der Vodafone Box betreiben...

    Oder du besorgst dir einen Gigacube 5G.

  • The fight for full press freedom in Ukraine: ‘We can write what we want, but bad actors try to intimidate us’
  • Freedom of press is a very long process, as it's directly tied to all the people, actor, influencers and involved parties in that given country.

  • Two Ukrainian servicemen stabbed to death in Germany, Russian national arrested
  • But this kind of shit has been happening for quite some time. Spain, Italy, UK...either Russians against the war or Ukrainian people...

  • EU pulls its gun on China: The EU is accelerating its crackdown on what it sees as Beijing’s unfair support for companies that undermine European rivals
  • There's still a huge difference, because most of the subsidies in "western" countries are Tax Subsidies (there are exceptions). Chinese companies get direct money. There's also the fact, that management is often in the CCP, sometimes even directly involved in the law making and various other things. Almost all subsidies are also in government loans, meaning they have to be payed back - the difference to bank loans though is that the government loans do not have interest. Again something that isn't happening in China...as the CCP mostly owns those companies as well, they do not have to pay back the money.

  • Anyone running Zoraxy v3, the reverse proxy for networking noobs?
  • Yes, I did. But I couldn't get my Homeassistant to work routing through it, so I switched back to Proxy Manager...

  • EU pulls its gun on China: The EU is accelerating its crackdown on what it sees as Beijing’s unfair support for companies that undermine European rivals
  • Basically, China pumps incredible amounts of money in to companies, so they can undercut prices from EU companies crazy - forcing the EU companies to give up. EU wants to level the playing field.

    Edit: With taxes for Chinese companies that want to sell something in the EU, like China already does as well on the Chinese market.

    There also another thing at play here: China has laws, so that foreign companies need at least 50% Chinese "shares" (it's not just shares), basically neutering these companies and also giving away the technology to Chinese third parties. Wich further erodes the playing field, because now Chinese companies not only can produce stuff dirt cheap, they can also do it with "high-tech" stuff, without having to pay and/or do the development.

  • Thousands of European flights reportedly affected by suspected Russian jamming
  • Didn't know that - i always thought all GPS sats have the ability to encrypt the signals...

  • Thousands of European flights reportedly affected by suspected Russian jamming
  • Highly depends on the approach. IFR can be a lot of stuff. All systems can be used at once as well (And in many cases, they are used all together)

  • Thousands of European flights reportedly affected by suspected Russian jamming
  • For those interested, here's a Video where GPS gets jammed and there's an explanation on what they do and what happens, when it gets spoofed - so basically what those problems can be: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dG_Whxzdkk

  • Thousands of European flights reportedly affected by suspected Russian jamming
  • All (proper) Airlines have a simple solution for that, they just turn off GPS. Most of the time the ADIRS/ADIRU (bit too much to explain what it is here, the Wiki article is pretty good) does it automatically as well.

    For those interested, here's a Video where GPS gets jammed and there's an explanation on what they do and what happens, when it gets spoofed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dG_Whxzdkk

  • Thousands of European flights reportedly affected by suspected Russian jamming
  • I'm not entirely sure what you are talking about, but most backup systems are Plane based.

    GPS is mostly used for something called RNAV, however, RNAV can work without GPS. RNP approaches need GPS, but all airports (regardless how small, because without it would only be an airfield) have different approaches for both pilots and ground personnel to choose from. GPS always has the possibility to fail, for the simple fact that the US military can just turn if the civilian frequencies. GPS is more or less an addition and not a crucial system (except for GPWS - while most planes have radar altimeters, they can't react fast enough in some cases)

    For those interested, here's a Video where GPS gets jammed and there's an explanation on what they do and what happens, when it gets spoofed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dG_Whxzdkk

  • First time correlating a crash to a CME (probably Bit-Flip/SEU)

    I've been running my most recent Server built for quite some time now. I think Uptime was somewhere around 5 Months. Absolutely flawless. A few Days ago i started to have issues. Hard-Locks, Freezing...but absolutely zero log entries. Nothing. The Server was built with "off the shelf" Hardware and no ECC (even though the Ryzen CPU technically supports it, at the time ECC 3200 MHz Memory was still a lot more expensive than it is now) and is running a ZFS. Risky business, but it's "just" a home server. Would never built a server running mission critical stuff like that (and I've been doing that for over 10 years now as my main job). Over the last few weeks, i've been trying some stuff and had a pretty high memory load.

    In any case, i also like Astrophysics and have some newsletters about Auroras and so on. They are extremely rare, here in southern Germany to occur. Yesterday we had one of the biggest and brightest I've ever seen.

    But it got me thinking about my hard locks and crashes and i remembered, i had an account for ESA's SSCC (SSA Space Weather Coordination Centre). They have something called "Post-Event Analysis", where you can correlate certain timestamps to real time data, for example from DSCOVR ("THE" Space Weather Satellite).

    For Auroras to occur, the so called "Bz-Value" is important. Basically, it tells the direction of the interplanetary magnetic field. If it's direction is towards the sun and towards the charged particles the sun throws at us, they get deflected. If it's with the direction of the solar wind, the particles "come in" and produce auroras...because the charged particles charge other parts - they generally charge oxygen, which results in green auroras - they also can do all sorts of stuff (and that's why spaceships, sats and other stuff floating around in space need shielding). The Value is measured in nanoTesla(nT).

    There's also the Kp-Index...which was 7-8, out of 9.

    So yeah - i'm pretty sure, i experienced a Single-Event Upset/Bit-Flip. Amazing stuff!

    Edit: Picture of the Aurora https://i.imgur.com/TIxketJ.jpg

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    PiHole local DNS Config understanding issues

    Hi,

    been running PiHole with my FritzBox as DHCP Server for a while now. Just got Fibre and the new router doesn't support "only" setting an upstream DNS (neither does it support setting a domain suffix/local domain). I've switched the DHCP off and now PiHole does DHCP as well.

    The FritzBox and the new Router added the domain suffix to recognized hostnames automatically, so even if i set up a fixed IP-Address on some device or machine, i could always use the hostname.local.domain without having to set a reservation.

    Can PiHole/AdGuard/Technitium even do this? Do they need some extra configuration? PiHole does recognize the Hostnames correctly for some devices, but most are missing: For example, my Proxmox host was reachable with "pve.domain.local", it isn't with PiHole, even though PiHole identified the hostname. My Homeassistant isn't recognized at all, even though the IP-Address is showing up in PiHole. The Domain under "Advanced DHCP Settings" is set up.

    Am i misunderstanding something or did i configure something wrong?

    Thanks!

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    www.publicomag.com Der grüne Hauptmann von Köpenick - Publico

    Als Jeremiah Thoronka, 23, am 14. Juni 2023 die Bühne des Greentech Festivals auf dem stillgelegten Flughafen Tegel in Berlin bestieg, gekleidet mit einer schwarz-weiß gestreiften Tunika, um seinen Preis als Erfinder eines revolutionären Energieerzeugungssystems in Empfang zu nehmen – einen goldenen...

    > Der Umstand, dass die Recherche keinerlei technische Daten zu den beiden Anlagen in Sierra Leone zutage fördert, steigert die Neugierde noch ein bisschen. Vor allem aber gibt es ein Problem technischer Natur: Sollten Thoronkas Angaben auch nur halbwegs zutreffen, er könnte mit zwei Anlagen dieser Art 1500 Menschen und 15 Schulen mit Strom versorgen, dann müsste ihm eine Entdeckung gelungen sein, die das gesamte Fachgebiet der Piezoelektrik völlig auf den Kopf stellt. Was erst recht die Frage aufwirft, warum kein Fachmann und kein Fachartikel davon weiß.

    🤡

    Mag jemand noch ein paar Globulis?

    > Beide Phänotypen spielen eine wichtige Rolle in der Arena der Weltretter, dort, wo Geld- und Aufmerksamkeitsökonomie aufeinandertreffen. Der Betrieb braucht beide, um weiter zu rotieren. Was er dagegen ganz bestimmt nicht benötigt, ganz im Gegenteil, wäre ein Elektroingenieur in der Jury. Um Jeremiah Thoronka zu zitieren: Die Reise ist noch weit davon entfernt, vorbei zu sein.

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    China is Throwing Away Fields of Electric Cars - Letting them Rot!

    Und wir fallen drauf rein. Inkl. tausender Batterien, die einfach so in einem Feld herum stehen. Grün am Arsch...

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    Two routers - one exit point?

    Hi,

    for various reasons i have two routers. (In fact, one is a FritzBox hosting various SmartHome stuff, another is a Speedport from Telekom Germany, that also does the Internet Connection) The WiFi on the FritzBox is also a lot better and right now i don't have any need to get anything better (all that matters has Rj45 anyway).

    This however also is an issue, because i can't easily host something. I have however a Hetzern Server as well and i have tried some zerotier, but i have failed to set it up correctly. Is there an easier way or has anyone something like an How-To for this that works?

    Thanks :)

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