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Master Disaster

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About Master Disaster

  • Title
    A thermometer is just a speedometer for atoms
  • Birthday Dec 02, 1981

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  • Interests
    Gaming, DJing, Cooking, Music, Movies and Caley Cuoco
  • Biography
    Long term Raver, been attending raves in the UK since i was 15, still at it.
  • Occupation
    Play Worker


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 3800X
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Strix X570-F Gaming
  • RAM
    2 X 8GB Team Group Dark Pro 3600Mhz CL16
  • GPU
    Sapphire 5700 XT Pulse
  • Case
    Asus TUF GT501
  • Storage
    1 x WD Black 1TB, 1 x WD Green 4TB
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA G3 650W
  • Display(s)
    Samsung C27HG70 1440p 144hz HDR FreeSync 2
  • Cooling
    Corsair H115i Platinum
  • Keyboard
    Asus Cerberus Mech
  • Mouse
    Asus ROG Pugio
  • Sound
    Orbitsound 2.1 Kit, Creative 5.1 Gaming Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro X64

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  1. The US market got the Timex line which was a very slightly upgraded ZX81 but was almost entirely incompatible with Spectrum software... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timex_Sinclair_2068
  2. Main PC/Desktop - Arch Laptop - Win 11 Why? Well because I only use my laptop while I am lying in bed in the morning/at night to watch a bit of YouTube, read some news, watch the odd movie or TV show, check emails etc etc. Its really not that big of a deal to me what OS it runs and I like being on the bleeding edge. I tried running Linux on it but the sound sounds horrible compared to Windows and my laptop is my media consumption device so I'd rather stick with the OS that makes that the best experience.
  3. sudo crontab -e add... */5 * * * * ./start_mc_server.sh ...to a new line Save and quit Linux will then check if the server is running every 5 minutes and if not will run the script you specified
  4. In news that should surprise absolutely no one, children's charities and prominent experts are calling out FB for doing a study into the effects of their platform on children's mental health back in 2019 then hiding the results away from everyone and instead running advertising and PR encouraging children to join. WSJ says the report reaches the following conclusions... Facebook responded in a blog post here - https://about.instagram.com/blog/announcements/using-research-to-improve-your-experience Here in the UK the NSPCC and government have all made comments on the
  5. The entire question is a giant oxymoron. Mass is the measure of the amount of matter in an object, weight is the measure of how much gravity effects an object. Photons are pure energy which E=MC2 tells us must be massless, no mass means no weight by default.
  6. Oh I know, I even alluded to that later in the post. I was just talking more in general terms, its pretty unusual for a zero day to be used to cause mass havoc, most people sit of them and use them carefully.
  7. A hot dog is a sandwich, so is a burrito and a fajita, both of which contain a single piece of wheat based wrapping.
  8. That would be a bad thing for the exploit. The point of having a zero day is that nobody knows about it and the thing that keeps zero days a secret is mild and targeted use. The more exposure you give your malware, the more chance there is of people discovering it and it being patched. If the intent was a huge DDOS or to deliver ransomware then sure but in this case the intent was very much covert spying of targeted individuals. Of course there's nothing stopping other entities from discovering it (cough CCP cough), forking a variant with any changes they want and relea
  9. IIRC I am running btrfs but for some reason, I never bother taking snapshots and honestly, my install has been rock solid for a good 6 months or more now. Any important files are either on other drives or on my NAS and I do keep my scripts and configs backed up but the OS dying isn't really that big of a deal. I REALLY wanna move my homelab/webserver from ext4 to btrfs but if anything goes wrong its literal hours to get it back up and running properly and I would lose data in the process. What I'll probably end up doing is fitting it with a second SSD, DDing the origina
  10. Nah, I'm not a FOSS or nothing die hard. Proprietary/commercial software has its place just as FOSS does, as it turns out, its kind of hard to get the best people working on a project if there's no prospect of any compensation. As modern security shows, its pretty damn important that you get the best people working on the important stuff like enterprise environments and exploit discovery then over time those changes filter down to everyone. If someone wants to run Windows or macOS, fine by me (not that my opinion really matters anyway). I choose to run Linux, others a f
  11. Lets establish the distinction between GNU/Linux and Linux (this is for reference, I don't care if you use Linux as the generic term, heck I do as well). Linux is nothing more than a Kernel, on its own it doesn't really function as an operating system. What everyone calls Linux is actually GNU/Linux. GNU is the software stack that runs on top of the Kernel and allows it to do anything useful. GNU itself is mostly just a set of programming libraries that allow coders to talk to the Kernel through C as well as the tools and binaries to compile and run software but GNU als
  12. ^This My webserver has 5 subdomains and they all have an autorenewing LE certificate, it takes literal seconds, heck certbot even automagically copies your HTTP config, changes it to port to 443, adds the SSL information, adds a redirect to the HTTPS site from the old HTTP one, saves the configs, enables the HTTPS site and reloads Apache/NGINX for you. Even on hosting services you can still use certbot, as long as you have root SSH to the terminal certbot uses file based verification to determine the domain ownership (it basically adds a challenge file to the root of th
  13. You can't, not on Windows at least. You need Linux magic for dedicated IOMMU passthrough.