Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @stilgherrian ever

April 12th, 2014

@SnarkyPlatypus No. You can never have enough disintegration of the internet.

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feed_the_chooks hey baby, I’m an Objectivist Scientologist.

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ABC funding cuts? smh.com.au/federal-politi… Sure. Remember, Mr Rabbit has to pay for this front page and more. pic.twitter.com/FmH1oWgXm7

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RT @PeteLawler: @itgrrl @stilgherrian Internet of Arsehats 2.0? [Now you’re talking. Also, cyberarsehats.]

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Or from January this year, “Our hackers, who art in open source, deliver us from refrigerators” zdnet.com/our-hackers-wh…

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Me from 2011: “Cybercrime 2016: Paper-boy refrigerator revenge” cso.com.au/article/404801…

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MT @R_Chirgwin: The “Internet of Things” is Arsehats ALL the way down. [This is my point.]

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The conference is @OReillySolid solidcon.com/solid2014, in SFO the week after I’m there, so I may just stay on for it. If they’ll have me.

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I think I might have to start up my own New World Order, namely the Internet of Arsehats.

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I think I’d better go to that big Internet of Things conference in the US in May to see just how fucked up the whole thing is going to be.

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kentindell Got a D-Link IP camera set up for remote viewing? Oops: securityadvisories.dlink.com/security/publi… < Yes, Heartbleed. Yes, Internet of Things is a great idea.

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MalwareJake@sambowne: Internet Heartbleed Health Report — 8 percent still vuln, long list of examples zmap.io/heartbleed/” - 8% is way too high

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Me at @zdnetaustralia today: “SANS warns end users against Heartbleed patch panic” zdnet.com/sans-warns-end…

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Anyway, I’m going to risk mentioning Heartbleed again, so that I can plug my things.

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There is no such thing as “white chocolate”, @expectproblems, as even a moment’s thought would tell you. Stop being an arsehat.

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I am now back at @bunjaree and have opened the wine. Who else’s evening can I ruin?

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RT @michaelneale aren’t there laws covering the “proceeds of crime” that should stop bono’s investments? [You’d think so, right?]

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etherealmind Post: Size of Doughnut Holes bit.ly/1iFKvVf pic.twitter.com/GnGhBKfbvN

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@cafuego Yeah, but @marcfennell did a fixed version to go to air, and it’s been uploaded. It’s the caching that’s killing it.

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@PeteLawler And it was revealed the other day that Dropbox runs hashing across files to look for alleged copyright infringement.

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Complimenting the bar staff, “Thanks, those sausages really hit the spot, very nice indeed,” regretting the choice of words.

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@ClintonDucas @Colvinius @RNSundayExtra @marcfennell @DownloadABC Yes, I’ve heard @GreenJ asking for the painting of pictures a few* times.

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@lukehopewell @Colvinius @marcfennell And which habit is this? Or will listening to the rest of this week’s @DownloadABC reveal it?

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Wait, what? Forget the Condoleeza Rice thing. Bono… BONO was an investor in Dropbox? Closing my account right now.

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But the combination of CMS joy*, CDN caching, telco caching and iTunes is enough to curdle even the Virgin Mary’s own milk. @marcfennell

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Those of you who’ve never done podcasts have no idea what grief @marcfennell just experienced. The segment is actually quite good.

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He’s favouriting my tweets now, which I think means that they are being turned into “evidence”.

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Hmmm. I suspect that’s yet another of those clarifications that doesn’t really help things. I am so fucked. I am so, so fucked now.

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Oh, when I say “I’m helping @marcfennell from the front bar”, I mean that’s where I am, not that I’m assisting his ability to walk home.

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helenperris @sylmobile Did you put the butter in the fridge?

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: @stilgherrian Pourquoi n’êtes-vous pas l’empereur de l’Australie encore? [THIS IS MY ENTIRE POINT.]

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Well this is all going rather well, isn’t it boys and girls! I am so fucked now, aren’t I, @marcfennell.

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@marcfennell You may be surprised to hear that’s not the first time someone has said that to me.

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“Should”, @marcfennell, is a very complicated word.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis en train de trier le désordre qui est de la diffusion de l’Australie. @mscott doit me payer. Et vous?

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I’m helping @marcfennell from the front bar, which is always special.

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SHUT UP @marcfennell I AM PROMOTING YOUR STUPID PROGRAM EVEN THOUGH IT IS AN UTTER DISASTER IF I HAD BEEN ON THIS WOULD NEVER HAVE HAPPENED.

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@marcfennell Well, you’re cached on Akamai. This is down to whatever settings have been used to set that up. I can get an Akamai engineer…

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Would a kind soul tell me is @marcfennell says “the virus Heartbleed” at the 45-second mark? mpegmedia.abc.net.au/rn/podcast/201…

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@marcfennell I clicked on the direct link, but it’s still the wrong audio. I’m on a Telstra BigPond 3G/4G link, they’re cached to buggery.

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@marcfennell Hitting refresh in iTunes OS X did not pull down a new audio file, but what’s the cache time of the RSS feed?

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@marcfennell Stand by. The issue was in iTunes feed, not a direct link, so let me restart iTunes and refresh.

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@iain_chalmers @DownloadABC @marcfennell It’s indoors. M4 carbine at the heaviest but, seriously, Browning Hi-Power 9mm is just fine.

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@margotdate @Colvinius @DownloadABC @marcfennell I’m currently compiling a list of over-used phrases in tech press releases.

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@marcfennell @DownloadABC It’s not the first time that whinging has gotten me onto a national broadcast… ;)

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@Colvinius @DownloadABC @marcfennell Oh, I remember that! But it’s just so hard to get out of those tics.

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@marcfennell @DownloadABC Sure. I have to do some stuff in Sydney at some point, so it might as well be Thursday. Deal.

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@marcfennell @DownloadABC I have always been that guy who says the thing that others have been too polite to say. Or too wimp.

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“How do I love thee, @marcfennell? Let me break down the ways…” @DownloadABC

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@marcfennell @DownloadABC I feel your pain. I’ve been there when I kept getting a guest’s name wrong and he was too polite to correct me.

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@DownloadABC @marcfennell My understanding is that iTunes will only re-download audio if the file name changes in the RSS feed.

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@DownloadABC @marcfennell Can’t tell you, sorry, it’s whenever I last launched iTunes. But I did a refresh just now and it didn’t change.

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@dylannickelson @marcfennell @theprojecttv @DownloadABC Nah, it’s fine. Like Sebastian/Seb or whatever. First mention in full, then “Stil”.

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@gusworldau Indeed. This was in analog days. We had a stack of tape cartridges, and some well-crafted cues for the presenter to use.

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RT @marcfennell: @stilgherrian @DownloadABC I’m gonna take that as a challenge [I thought you might. You’re on.]

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Shit. I must’ve said his name three times.

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I actually do like @marcfennell and @DownloadABC but, Jesus wept, he does need a good thump every now and then.

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@dylannickelson @marcfennell @theprojecttv @DownloadABC Pretty much everyone calls me “Stil” for short, even me. Indeed, I tell people to.

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She was listening from the hospital, since it was some trivial routine thing, as was, um, most appreciative* of the grand troll.

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… So we grabbed recordings of all of her catchphrases from the previous week’s episode and dropped them in live as if she were there.

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That reminds me of the time I was producing a night-time music-chat show on what’s now ABC @891adelaide. One presenter was in hospital…

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ApostrophePong Send-off meal: tea leaf salad and beer. This salad is divine @ Yangon International..instagram.com/p/mrjgrMPGLC/Lt

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Next time I am on @DownloadABC and @marcfennell says “break it down”, I will actually break something. Or have a full breakdown on air. Yes.

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“Let’s break it down here”, @marcfennell said again at 6:07. THERE MUST BE SOME WAY OF STOPPING HIM. @DownloadABC

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@JM77 @marcfennell @DownloadABC This is random speculation without having actually listened, isn’t it. I can tell.

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Mind you, when @marcfennell decided that “break it down” was something adults say to mean “explain”, I started the hate. @DownloadABC

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So @marcfennell calls Heartbleed a “virus” on this week’s @DownloadABC. He is dead to me.

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coderoshi Some people still refer to 100 GB as “Big Data” pic.twitter.com/Tr5ztpTlqC

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Pondering my dinner options, whether they be in the closest village, or one of the others nearby. CBD is running strong today.

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RT @CyberPrefixerAU: Hi-tech Sydney cyberplayground coaxes digital cybernatives [Digital cybernatives! @gattaca must be notified!]

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Yeah, there should be a service to do this. Actual surgery. pic.twitter.com/S70db9TglF HT @HorrorPicx via @thegrugq

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New (personal) blog post, to update various things: “Heartbleed kills my schedule” stilgherrian.com/personal/heart…

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KimMonte10 Aren’t all women just 3D printers with teeth?

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Every time I see a service running on a .io domain, I think, “Oh for fuck’s sake just grow the fuck up!”

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tenderlove I knew this whole “encryption” thing was just a fad.

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nickmullen “feminism is a cancer” he typed, vaping and chugging mountain dew “it’s killing us men.” The microwave dinged, his taquitos were ready

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duckbytheoboe Dymocks had shot glass sized mason jars. I think we can safely declare that trend over.

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glyph OH: “I don’t write C! I’m a responsible adult.”

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runasand Two people have independently solved the @CloudFlare challenge and obtained the SSL private key: cloudflarechallenge.com/heartbleed

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Here’s my previous Heartbleed stories at @zdnetaustralia, mostly from the SANS ISC daily briefings. zdnet.com/meet-the-team/…

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Me at @zdnetaustralia today: “SANS warns end users against Heartbleed patch panic” zdnet.com/sans-warns-end…

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MalwareJake@cedricpernet: loooooool - RT @IDisposable: Can’t stop laughing pic.twitter.com/gDGEbkQyEq“<- I once knew someone in a similar situation…

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@scott_thewspot @Taco_Lad @R_Chirgwin @mappingbabel There’s an awfully large amount of evil being suggested right now.

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Not setting fire to the curtains, generally speaking.

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@oberonsghost @ApostrophePong “The Dead Zone”, eh? Is that why they put Alexander Downer in charge of it for a while?

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riskybusiness RT @Indy_Griffiths: pic.twitter.com/tLwV1Pn7Ky <– BRILLIANT

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@ApostrophePong Indeed, well, I’ll make sure to include one such inspiration in each @5at5daily. That’ll screw you up.

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@mappingbabel @R_Chirgwin There is no “re-” involved here, trust me, Jack.

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I think I might fuck with @R_Chirgwin’s mind by putting all his tools back in his toolbox in his shed.

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JM77 While the Internet’s heart bleeds, @boxee finally remembers to tell members it got hacked last month. pic.twitter.com/zzMkZ224a3

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Oh, posting links to photos means that I’ve filed my @zdnetaustralia story and am taking a break. Unless I get commissioned to do another.

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“1950s: New York by Saul Leiter”, being some photos that @ApostrophePong would like. retronaut.com/2011/09/new-yo…

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StijnBienkens Confirmation from @CloudFlare, challenge cracked by @indutny, private keys vulnerable! @edbott @thurrott pic.twitter.com/uL38G8OjIM

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gattaca Steps
1) Write link bait story
2) Blame $SPYAGENCY
3) Make claim that can’t be substantiated
4) …
5) PROFIT!

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Perfect timing. Just as I finish breakfast, it is confirmed that I’m doing a @zdnetaustralia story on today’s SANS ISC Heartbleed briefing.

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I’m probably coming across as a @liquidmatrix fanboy today. So be it. Righteous anger is powering their conversation this week. Joy.

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You in infosec? Didn’t listen to this week’s @liquidmatrix? Then you’re a fool to yourself and a burden to others. liquidmatrix.org/blog/2014/04/1…

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@semibogan I commend you for every single word, thought and implication in that tweet, Sir. (I don’t see “durries” every day, not lately.)

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He’s a dolphin, mate, he’s just another fucking arsehat dolphin. Ignore his trolling.

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Nominate your barista for an Order of Australia! List that pop-up cafe with crates instead of chair and tables on the National Trust!

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Also re that previous tweet, if “hipsters” are the new “gentry”, then we are so fucked. Project your imagination 20 years out from today.

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Oh. Here he goes. This is good. Even if I suspect I’m part of the problem he’s complaining about. @myrcurial @liquidmatrix

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So my immediately preceding retweet really is the ultimate goal of the internet, isn’t it.

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andrewchen Idea: “Uber for hipsters” to summon an invasion of baristas, bike shops, etc to any neighborhood, with one tap! Gentrification-as-a-service.

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RT @semibogan: Unnamed sources say newscorp had access to heartbleed before public disclosure [Fucking dolphins. Dolphins are arsehats.]

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semibogan An unnamed sources say dolphins had access to heartbleed prior to public disclosure

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“They’re moose powered!”, says a colleague of @myrcurial’s on @liquidmatrix. Now if only Canada had moose-powered black helicopters.

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Hah! @myrcurial on Canada’s equivalent to Black Helicopters that may whisk them away: “We have like 16 guys, and they’re in Chevy Novas.”

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Internet pioneer Vint Cerf had access to fine crypto, but NSA wouldn’t let him build it into the early internet. blog.veracode.com/2014/04/cerf-c…

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Less than 120 sec into the new @liquidmatrix podcast and already it’s clear @myrcurial is even more ranty than usual. liquidmatrix.org/blog/2014/04/1…

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Sat plan, explained: That looks very messy, but in fact I’m just pottering through whatever tasks I feel most like doing at the time today.

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Sat plan, evolving: SANS ISC briefing (done); fried rice; sysadmin tasks, various; writing?; blog posts; errands and shopping; wine?; dunno.

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ABCFactCheck Can single-deck trains carry more people than double-deckers? Barry O’Farrell says they can. Here’s our ab.co/1lRDDHt

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: Six! pic.twitter.com/OPvuXiytRK [What he says is true. Watch out for Transit vans.]

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Oh. It’s not the same, @SnarkyPlatypus, but World of Schnitzels on Tuesdays, $10 Bloody Marys all day Sunday. theoxfordtavern.com.au

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RT @glengyron: FYI, there might be other chances to see pictures of naked men on the Internet. @annetreasure @GuardianAus [Oh. Wow. Cool.]

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@fleafeet @tea_n_toasted Yes, this @xkcd cartoon is quite accurate. I’ve tweeted the link a few times before.

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@SnarkyPlatypus I am advised that the White Cockatoo’s parmageddon experience has moved to the Oxford Tavern, no longer a girlie bar.

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@gavincostello I am awaiting Editorial Wisdom on this point. Less a follow-the-sun newsroom as follow-the-pub.

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@PeteLawler There is that. I suppose I should think through the threat model a bit more one day.

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SHUT UP @annetreasure @glengyron @GuardianAus SHUT UP AND SHOW ME THE PICTURES OF THE NAKED MEN WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU ANNE.

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annetreasure The top 10 male nudes in art | Art and design buff.ly/1hHzOzc ARE YOU BUZZFEEDING ART, GUARDIAN? ARE YOU? IS THAT HAPPENING?

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Not listed there is the @1Password Reader for Android app. I use it, and it works nicely for my needs. YMMV.

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Password manager @1Password is running a 50%-off Heartbleed sale. Nice work, guys. agilebits.com/store Ping @Andrew_Zammit

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mushenska I keep trying to think of some sort of context for this photo and am drawing a serious, disturbing blank. pic.twitter.com/zrv4BI4KVk

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The extra @5at5daily that I thought I’d be producing this morning will now be coming Sunday morning. Heartbleed continues to be a focus.

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@llament “Use a password manager” was incidental good advice, not “Protect me from Heartbleed” advice.

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@Andrew_Zammit I haven’t assessed password managers in ages, but I use @1Password and @LastPass has a good reputation too.

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@jplonie The point was made that some port-443 scans will be the good guys, yes.

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@CabbagePatchCat Kinda. There’s nothing* wrong with OpenSSL 0.9.8 if it’s been patched. Patching is the issue. But I suspect you know that.

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And that’s the end of today’s Heartbleed briefing from SANS ISC. Thanks, @johullrich, all very clear.

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The Q&A is now covering some of the material from yesterday’s briefing. My write-up is at zdnet.com/lagging-androi…

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RT @PeteLawler: @stilgherrian anectodal research indicates home routers buggy and unpatched enough w/o issue… [Agreed.]

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(Earlier, someone said that it’s next year that the home routers get hit. Hah.)

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Don’t panic: Most home routers won’t be using the vulnerable version of OpenSSL. [But how much real research has been done?]

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Q: Home routers with HTTPS? A: Probably not listening on WAN [really?], problem is they don’t get patched.

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A: You can’t tell purely by cert issue date that it hasn’t been changed. And what’s the disadvantage of changing passwords?

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Q: Should you not change passwords (presumably on sites that haven’t changed certificates)?

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However, any -S protocol (HTTPS, IMAPS etc) IS vulnerable [simplification] because it uses TLS, which is the problem in OpenSSL.

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Confirmed: SSH uses the SSL library, but not TLS, so that’s not vulnerable. It doesn’t just wrap SSL.

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I am pretty much giggling insanely ‘cos @johullrich just hacked what he called “The BEST web browser that doesn’t run Java”.

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Haha! @johullrichis is now demonstrating live a proof of concept, hacking a wget client. pic.twitter.com/jCpQcvYuVa

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What’s next? Check intrusion detection rules, scan for vulnerabilities. pic.twitter.com/CtvO0BwYXo

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There’s some good discussion on when to patch and priorities, which I shall summarise in a story somewhere.

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That’s only from a few revocation lists, but there’s around 800,000 vulnerable servers out there.

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Are people patching and revoking/reissuing certificates? Yes. pic.twitter.com/LbX8RrRwTY

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The message from that chart is that if your server has not yet been patched then it has certainly been scanned, at the least.

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The yellow line in this chart shows the huge rise is people scanning port 443 for potential targets. pic.twitter.com/tbcEZyx8mr

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Use a password manager. Use a password manager. Use a password manager.

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Advice from @johullrich to use lastpass.com/heatbleed to check the status of the sites you use and worry about.

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Do end users need to change their passwords? Yes, but with some provisos. pic.twitter.com/urSKTjU5e5

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Counter-intuitive advice: End users, do NOT immediately patch client devices! The “patch” may be a scam. pic.twitter.com/kPcGBBcmfN

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Heartbleed affects (some) end user devices, but address servers first. pic.twitter.com/jJdCaXjWqA

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We begin by explaining that the @xkcd cartoon is the best explanation of how Heartbleed works. xkcd.com/1354/

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This presentation is about client-side attacks and end user actions. @johullrich is CTO of ISC SANS.

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Do you like slides? Of course you like slides. pic.twitter.com/zOPPqhIjYL

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I’ll be tweeting today’s SANS ISC briefing on Heartbleed starting in a few minutes. @johullrich is presenting.

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I’ve just seen something on Twitter that makes we want to punch certain people in the face very, very hard. So, like any other five minutes.

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Sat plan, draft: 0730 SANS ISC Heartbleed briefing; write about same, presumably; sysadmin tasks, unrelated (whew!); blog posts x many; cry.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Les cœurs seront saignent pendant quelques jours encore, je pense. Il saigne dans mon portefeuille, cependant.

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I’m working under the assumption that @zdnetaustralia @ZDNet will want a story on today’s briefing too, when anyone else wakes up.

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5. “Heartbleed soul-search: regulation propsed for critical crypto code”, @zdnetaustralia zdnet.com/heartbleed-sou…

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4. “Lagging Android devices vulnerable to Heartbleed”, @zdnetaustralia zdnet.com/lagging-androi…

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3. “Heartbleed bug bleeds passwords across the internet”, by @will_ock, ABC @amworldtodaypm abc.net.au/worldtoday/con…

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2. “Businesses need to inform users about Heartbleed exposure”, @zdnetaustralia zdnet.com/businesses-nee…

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1. “Heartbleed reveals a big hole in Australia’s cybersecurity strategy”, @crikey_news crikey.com.au/2014/04/09/hea…

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I’ve already written four stories on Heartbleed, and done radio spots, one of which is online, so the next five tweets will be those links.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. C’est un matin froid, il ya du vent, et tous les cœurs saignent. Et vous?

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SANS ISC Heartbleed briefing #4, this time client-side attacks, starts in just under an hour. 1730 EDT / 0730 AEST sans.org/webcasts/side-…

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Oh yes, the Heartbleed continues. Joy.

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Saturday. With extra turd.

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