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That's quite interesting. There is a guy, or a team, registering on my Mastodon instance to post links to not well identified movie sites (haven't checked). They are quite active today, a few registered from Ukraine (maybe) others from the States. Could be using VPNs or an organised event.

Anybody else seeing that?

just think, there are probably dozens if not hundreds of parts of your computer that do nothing but transmit "UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU..." in ASCII to various other places, forever. i wonder how many U's theyve sent! quite a few

@kaniini @vantablack I was just thinking that a little while ago not seen anything recently.

@aldersprig in a cat's world an angry Xenomorph and a bath probably rate the same level of horror

@chuck there was one named after a dog. K-9 I think it was called.

Fdroid probably has a lot to choose from.

@aldersprig I've seen the Alien movie, I think it's a bad sign.

Any of the cats named Jones?

This whole Google conspiracy thing reminds me back in the day when Big SSH tried killing off telnet saying alarmist things like the hackers can see your passwords.

That war was largely lost, but there are still some hard-core telnet stalwarts around. You keep being you (just not on any of my networks thanks)

@thomas has it started happening the last few months? It might be the spectre fixes doing it. Mine was a bit flakey for a little while.

Working on , never knew that the various programs use different places to find the length of a command name and also a maximum path.

Hopefully those recent changes have made it more consistent.

A test that has passed for years now fails, so fire up git blame who broke it.

Me! But, the commit was in 2002, i fixed the testsuite in 2015 what gives?

@envgen tinder is telling you something, I'm just not sure what it is

@jerry what's it's resource requirements compared to snort or suricata?

@Mainebot

I want to know if

a) You ran so far away
b) You ran night and day
c) You couldn't get away

@AesAthena at first looking at the small pictures I would have said B.

But I prefer the bottom of A (it looks like Australian scrub which is pretty much what the desert is here)

I think B but the margin is narrower. It's the silhouette of head in the setting sun that does it.

Sooooo... not much on the tellie then?