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  • The newest 15 messages in the super-cool #privacy_security channel.

  • 11/26 11:24:33 Theo: If that's true, then no other point along the path could have encrypted the message with her key
  • 11/26 11:32:36 Christiane: I hate dealing with bankers (for this reason).
  • 11/26 11:33:00 Christiane: (by bankers I mean: loan offiers, CPAs, actual bankers, ….)
  • 11/29 20:38:44 Theo: https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/...
  • 11/29 21:24:13 Christiane: wtf do headphones need TLS certs for anyway, are they reading webpages into your ear (presumably as you fall asleep)??
  • 11/29 21:25:33 Christiane: I read the article, but this just raises more questions than it answers: > To allow Sennheiser headphones and speaker phones to work seamlessly with computers, HeadSetup establishes an encrypted Websocket with a browser.
  • 11/29 21:41:09 Jami: I thought everything needed TLS certs /s
  • 12/04 09:48:32 Christiane: https://www.zdnet.com/article/kubernetes-first-...
  • 12/04 09:49:28 Theo: oof
  • 12/04 09:50:25 Jami: Yep
  • 12/04 09:50:35 Jami: Had a fun day of upgrading our clusters yesterday
  • 12/04 09:52:02 Christiane: actually, the github issue is quite readable. https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/issues...
  • 12/04 09:53:00 Jami: The best part is 1.12.3 has been out for 2 weeks and they just disclosed yesterday that it fixed a security patch
  • 12/04 09:53:17 Jami: Makes me wonder if they were waiting on GKE to be updated before releasing
  • 12/04 09:53:22 Jami: Which to me is a huge breach of trust
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