GitHub has mass-deleted the forks, users and orgs. But if you inadvertently have downloaded that stuff in the past day(s), before it was deleted, you might be at risk. So check your local repos/containers, CI/CD pipelines and put that host in your firewall is my advice.
It seems they mass- forked existing repos under new user/org names and inserted the code there. Hoping people looking for a specific project would be confused enough to grab the fork. I've also added that host to my firewall config, just to be sure.
Check your #Github Repos. Widespread malware attack uncovered, using this C&C host: https://github.com/search?l=YAML&q=ovz1.j19544519.pr46m.vps.myjino.ru&type=Code Context/details at https://twitter.com/stephenlacy/status/1554697077430505473?s=20&t=vpemJbO077kYmWPWS4kIqw
Wie übertrieben kann man sein? Münchner, der Fußgängerampel mit Pärchen sieht: Hold my Weißbier. Gericht: Geh, spinnst? https://www.gesetze-bayern.de/Content/Document/Y-300-Z-BECKRS-B-2022-N-17635?hl=true
Interesting thread over on Twitter by the Asahi devs. TL;DR Yes, support for booting 3rd party OS on M1/M2 Macs is an official feature, not a hack or bug. It is a policy. https://twitter.com/marcan42/status/1554395176025849856
So. From 2008. When you got your #smallpox vaccination back in the 1970s/80s : "Vaccinated participants maintained antivaccinia IgG [...] essentially indefinitely" "https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2610468/?s=03
And I got it without problems in the vaccination centre in Haar, near Munich - who refused to give me my booster 2 times last year in November. So we’re even now :)
9 days before surgery, vaccination #4. should give me the antibody boost exactly when I need it :). That’s 2x BioNTech and 2x Moderna now. My personal #Shadowman approves. :)
Gitea 1.17.0 is released
We are proud to present the release of Gitea version 1.17.0, a relatively big release with a lot of new and exciting features and plenty breaking changes. We highly encourage users to update to this version after carefully reading about the breaking changes for some important bug-fixes.
645 Pull Requests were merged to release this version.
You can download one of our pre-built binaries from our downloads page - make sure to select the correct platform!
And also yes - I do sense deep in my gut that we are seeing a return to more e-mail as alternative to centralised social networks. I cannot (yet) really explain, but there already is a bit of a renaissance of mailing lists and the cc: based social networking of the olden days ;)
(and yes, I know what I am talking about. I am running my own mail server successfully since many, many years. I have programmed a ton of code around email solutions for e-commerce sites etc.)
When you think about it, e-mail is the OG federated social network :) So let's learn from their many, many years of experience instead of trying to reinvent the wheel yet another time again :)
Things the #federated world should and could learn from the most widely used decentralised system - e-mail: How to organise shared blacklists (hello, Spamhaus!), how to become more resilient (hello, backup mx!) and a lot, lot more.
New project from #RedHat - differential shell check https://github.com/redhat-plumbers-in-action/differential-shellcheck - basically linter for shell scripts in PR. You can see an example of such PR where was an issue and later fixed https://github.com/jamacku/differential-shellcheck-demo/pull/5
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