► Cyber-Chaos Ahead series :
9 newly discovered vulnerabilities—dubbed PwnedPiper—leave a widely used Pneumatic Tube System (PTS) vulnerable to critical cyberattacks.
Affected systems are installed in 80% of major hospitals in the U.S. & in no fewer than 3,000 hospitals worldwide.
A critical vulnerability in Python Package Index (PyPI) platform could have given attackers complete control over the official software repository, spawning supply-chain attacks.
@theruran @djsundog @zee @zee @Zee I've been thinking about a lot of the same topics recently. So much so that the Kestrel Computer Project might have ended up overlapping a lot with Krali Systems Program.
And, now, quite ironically considering the demise of Kestrel Project, I'm actually thinking even more ambitiously than I was before.
I need some time to put my thoughts into words though. I'll reach out to you separately on this. But, to summarize, the best way I know to amortize costs for heirloom computing is to run software that targets an abstract machine language of some kind, and to rely on common, well-known protocols as a means to obviate the functionality of conventional operating systems. (Vis-a-vis, the "anti-kernel" concept, using 9P over physical and virtual connections to both request and offer services, etc.).
I'll need some time to put my own vision into words and let you take a look at it. I don't know that it will be 100% compatible with what you're shooting for, but the overlap should both be viscerally obvious and it might be something we can collaborate on in the future.
@vertigo Yes, #KraliSystemsProgram is my "TV" program for doing work related to the Krali Collective. The concept is still developing My rationale for it is to work openly/transparently and to learn together in order to liberate that knowledge.
Krali Computing is modeled after the computer companies of old, thus the striped rainbow logo. So it is a product company that sells real computers you can use. The Kestrel Computer could fit even though it takes a different approach, but I believe the standard must still be met for releasing all design documentation and blueprints (architecture model(s)) so customers can repair, modify, and audit their machines freely.
Krali Technology is an open standards stewardship organization for life-saving technology. When a technology connects people equally it can be used to save lives. So the potential number of technologies stewarded by this organization may be many, and it could include the ActivityPub project I mentioned in another thread.
All of these organization functions are empowered by model-based systems engineering, or essentially what's called a Digital Thread. It ensures consistency and correctness across the entire lifecycle of each product.
The Collective part suggests that other co-ops may join the umbrella co-op if missions are aligned; yes, something like Mondragon.
@theruran What about all my researches to have dimensions of the cyberspace fitting more those of the meatspace ? mhhh ? who insisted on that ? It's me. It's all my work. All my fucking work, hacked by an ass hole who sees himself god ruling the world.
The ass hole is a terrorist and a thief.
May be burns in hell.
May a huge cyber-attack destroyz everytjing within facebook and amazon.
"The metaverse doesn't have a specific definition, but the venture capitalist does Matthew Ball it has circumscribed its borders well. The metaverse is a persistent and synchronous space that embraces both the digital and the physical world."
@theruran You see, "persistant & synchronous". Who has been talking about the importance of synchronicity, and persistancy concept ? mhhh ?
@theruran I fear the monster thief zuckerberg is trying to abuse our researches. Have you read those articles where he is talking about creating a metaverse ?
Des millions d’Américains menacés d’expulsion, en pleine flambée du variant Delta.
Note personnelle : Faut bien renflouer les caisses du SDF Bezos pour qu'il puisse aller se masturber 10 minutes en apesanteur.
EMC antennas for troubleshooting and pre-compliance testing https://www.edn.com/emc-antennas-for-troubleshooting-and-pre-compliance-testing/
Wow, you can buy a full-size calibrated EMC antenna for """only""" $2000 (still very expensive but well below price of the real lab-grade stuff) and downscaled versions for just $600. I need to get one. #electronics #hamradio #amateurradio
Synapse : A Scalable Protocol for Interconnecting Heterogeneous Overlay Networks.
Researcher on IC Security Flows, P2P & Mesh Networks, FPGA & Microprocessors Architectures.
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.