Inigima

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About Inigima

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  1. It's every Cloudflare site -- the nature of the issue is that a page request for one Cloudflare site could, in some cases, return pages from any other Cloudflare site. Full list is here but it's a 68MB text file: https://github.com/pirate/sites-using-cloudflare They also have the "top 10k affected sites, based on Alexa rankings" listing.
  2. Thanks Zelt, that makes sense. Zabz, I have a password manager too. Still a pain in the ass.
  3. Great news everyone! Cloudflare screwed the pooch. You may or may not know that Cloudflare is a caching service that tries to serve you a snapshot of websites even when they're down, which means that a whole shitload of sites use it. You may also remember that this site uses Cloudflare, which is very stupid, because a cached screenshot of a web forum is useless because it's constantly changing! Hooray! The upshot: Every account you have on every website that uses Cloudflare is potentially compromised. Nobody can keep track of what uses Cloudflare and what doesn't, so you should probably change every password everywhere. Even if you use a password manager, because that isn't going to help you here. 2-factor authentication is still helpful, but you may want to change passwords anyway, especially if you use non-unique passwords anywhere you care even a little bit about. Here is a fairly readable Gizmodo article on the leak: http://gizmodo.com/cloudbleed-password-memory-leak-cloudflare-1792709635 Here is a bunch of lists of affected stuff, but realistically you aren't going to get through a 68MB text file: https://github.com/pirate/sites-using-cloudflare
  4. That doesn't seem like a great reason. There are sentences that are absolutely ambiguous without it.
  5. What's For Dinner, Take 7

    We made Serious Eats' chicken souvlaki yesterday, with tzatziki sauce and Greek salad. 10/10 would souvlaki again.
  6. Why do you hate the Oxford comma? It is necessary for clarity in some cases.
  7. US Politics - Trump - Making America Grate!

    I'm not aware of it, and frankly you are so completely clueless I'm not prepared to take your word for it that it's there, but I would be horrified by that too. Try, just once, to have an argument on the merits without falling back on, "Oh, but Hillary is secretly worse!"
  8. US Politics - Trump - Making America Grate!

    Regarding Obama, the point isn't the constitutionality of the order, it's that Trump is mad that courts can overrule him. Obama never questioned the legitimacy of the judicial system. Trump is suggesting that the executive branch should have no constraints from the other branches. I am sorry that you do not understand the basis of the argument, but it disqualifies you from having a meaningful opinion.
  9. US Politics - Trump - Making America Grate!

    I saw that this morning as well. To me this is the big win and has made me feel immensely better. As I'm sure you all know I think the policy moves made by Trump and the Republicans are disastrous, and possibly unconstitutional in some cases. But creating bad policy is a far cry from attempting to overthrow the government, and I've been sincerely worried this past week that that might be happening.
  10. US Politics: Papers, Please

    You don't understand. Those of us using those terms think that's exactly what they are. Under Donald Trump, we have taken real, serious steps towards a fully fascist government. Richard Spencer is literally a Nazi -- maybe he doesn't self-describe that way, but he doesn't like black people, Jews, and so on, and wants to "dispose of" them (his words). It's descriptive fact.
  11. So I can't figure out what's going on with CBP, the US Marshals, etc. Popehat has announced that he thinks the rumors that the US Marshals refused to enforce the court order are false. (That would be good news.) I've seen zero coverage of it in mainstream news sources. I've also seen zero mainstream coverage of the original allegations that CBP refused to comply in the first place. Is any of it true or is it all Twitter bullshit? Or even active disinformation?
  12. US Politics: Redefining National Security

    I called my House representative this morning and asked for impeachment proceedings. I really think it might be possible.
  13. US Politics: Redefining National Security

    Be careful -- there are rumors that that account is run by Bannon or his people.
  14. US Politics: Redefining National Security

    How many of them care about whether people have to follow the law, do you think?
  15. US Politics: Redefining National Security

    That's just what I'm afraid of!