Party time: Injecting code into Teleparty extension

RPATH, or why lld doesn’t work on NixOS

A Deep dive into Ed25519 Signatures

Issue #187

3/17/2022

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Lu-lu-lu I have some apples
Lu-lu-lu you have some too. Last issue before the weekend. Hope you all have a great one. As an aside, anyone have any criticisms for the newsletter? Anything they think I should be aware of? I'll take a no reply as you being completely happy with how things are. If that's not the case though, please let me know! I'm doing what I think is right, but I'm one person and have my own blind spots.

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Party time: Injecting code into Teleparty extension

Published: 13 March 2022
Tags: html, infosec


Wladimir Palant takes advantage of an older JQuery version to inject code into a popular browser extension.


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RPATH, or why lld doesn’t work on NixOS

Published: 13 March 2022
Tags: rust


Aleksey Kladov explains how NixOS' directory structure breaks building Rust code with LLVM's dynamic linker.


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A Non-Tech Explainer of Containers and Kubernetes

Published: 16 March 2022
Tags: kubernetes, sponsored


Although aimed at a non-tech audience, this report presents a good analogy for understanding Kubernetes, containers, and virtualization. Impress your friends and colleagues with your newfound non-technical explaining prowess.


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A Deep dive into Ed25519 Signatures

Published: 5 March 2022
Tags: cryptography, math


Cendyne does a thorough deep-dive on some of the signatures that underpin modern communication networks and protocols.


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Link Clicks Clicks % Unique Clicks Unique Clicks %
Party time: Injecting code into Teleparty extension 36 11.43% 38 11.28
RPATH, or why lld doesn’t work on NixOS 48 15.24% 53 15.73
Linode Ad Placements 141 44.76% 147 43.62
A Deep dive into Ed25519 Signatures 90 28.57% 99 29.38

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