Just in case you're still in favor for HTTP for APT;
Anyone in your network can run code as root because Apt doesn't properly sanitize HTTP headers.
With HTTPS this attack would be limited to mirror operators.
Defense in depth means if bugs like this occur, there should be another layer of security that prevents the worst and provides not all but some security guarantees.
Mozilla is adding an AdBlocker to version 9.0 of Firefox Klar
Pretty great video about fact checking by CrashCourse, I'd recommend to check it out
I'm setting up the ability to unlock LUKS on this server host.
When it's all done, I'll add a third harddrive for added reliability (I'm debating RAID5 or RAID6 or RAID1x3) and format it with LUKS.
Then I'll hopefully be able to reboot the server, log into a dropbear SSH server and unlock it securely without having to store the unlock key on the server itself.
If that works I'll (hopefully) migrate the drives one at a time to LUKS and have a FDE Server Box! Protecting all yours data!
Programming and stuff
btw I use arch
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