If it weren't for the fact I'd be put on a government watchlist for the rest of my life, I might even suggest that perhaps the issue is more complex than we think.
Like almost everything, the issue IS more complex than we think. Drugs, for profit prisons, whether or not 'hitting your kids' is acceptable. You name a topic and I'm sure I can come up with a half dozen different sides to it. As for the government watch lists, I'm sure we're both on a couple dozen already. There's just the matter of 'is this an issue people care about right now'.
How can "the belief that climate change is a fraud" a conspiracy theory when climate change has yet to be proven? Climate change can be proven to be false just by going threw all the research, we already know there are many things that are wrong and edited data to make it look real
I'll admit that I haven't gone through ALL the research, but the research I have seen is pretty compelling that climate change exists. NASA has some good and well cited evidence in support of it here but if you're one of those people who refuse to change your mind even in the face of overwhelming evidence, I doubt there's much I can do to change your mind on the subject.
Thanks for the feedback.
Sorry, I was evaluating SSH security protocols and was looking to add moduli generation and DH exchanges last year.
Ideally, it would be nice to generate a high-quality moduli for each new connection. 8 minutes in your case, and more than an hour on an ARM core. Forever in terms of algorithms and network connections.
I've got 383 spams so far today from the new gTLD domains for this one account, it's just not worth the effort. I bounce them back the messages with a contact address "in case you received an error" Not a peep yet.
And this is *after* I rbl and rhsbl filter! I should sell this is a spam feed. 100% fresh, prime grade A spam. Yummy.
When the NSA leaks happened, investigates this and promoted this as a possible attack vector.
NOTE - You can generate a new set of moduli like so:
# ssh-keygen -G moduli-2048.candidates -b 2048
# ssh-keygen -T moduli-2048 -f moduli-2048.candidates
Put the results in
WARNING: This takes forever. Also, according to man ssh-keygen:
It is important that this file contains moduli of a range of bit lengths and that both ends of a connection share common moduli.
It's not possible to regenerate and share many moduli quickly - hence the reuse of moduli. SSH has support for x25519 algorithms - this definitely means I'll be moving away from pre-computed DH moduli also.
Sure, a techie (even a poor techie) could make that work. But when something goes foo-bar on that laptop, the teacher doesn't have the time to provide the free tech support to make it work again.
As someone who worked at McDonald's for several years, I can honestly claim that I put up with some pretty shady business practices, and the bosses made me feel like I should be excited that I was making $7.75 an hour. But at the time I felt trapped, because I needed the job to support myself, so I couldn't just quit. I saw several other people in the same boat, or worse (single mothers who have to support themselves and their kids). If I knew I could count on a minimum income A) most companies probably wouldn't try pulling some of the shady crap, and B) if they did I would feel free to leave that job and know I was at least going to have a roof over my head until I found the next one.
Real Users are afraid they'll break the machine -- but they're never afraid to break your face.