Found an incredibly useful app for finding people to follow on Mastodon. It crawls your social graph then finds the people who your followers follow the most that you don't follow.
If you want to really make a difference, reactivate your Twitter account and start trying to convince as many people as possible to move over to other platforms. Post articles about which other platforms are better, let everyone know your reasons for leaving, DM your friends and convince them to join in, spam your followers with links to your other social media profiles. Make Twitter as unusable as possible for anything other than migrating to other platforms. If you already deleted your account, you have 30 days (1 year if you're verified) to log back in and your account will be reactivated with all your followers intact. The only way to save Twitter is by destroying it.
Several Mastodon instances (including Newsie) have come under cyber-attack recently by state-level actors.
If you are the admin of a Mastodon Instance that overlaps arts, human rights, civil society, journalism, or democracy and would like FREE cyber security protection from Cloudflare as part of Project Galileo please reach out as Fourth Estate is a long-time Project Galileo partner
Finally it is there: A GUI version of PortexAnalyzer🔎
PortexAnalyzer is a free PE parser tailored for malware analysis. It uses the library PortEx.
Bringing #FollowFriday here cause bulding networks outside of Twitter is one of surest ways to fight back:
Looking to follow more people of color on here that fall into these areas. Open to your recs!
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This will probably be my last direct post to Twitter. My account may or may not stay active, and I may or may not get to delete old posts. Auto-syncing from @rene_mobile has now been disabled. Please follow me on the Fediverse for further updates.
On le sait, l'attribution d'une cyber-attaque (« c'est les Chinois ! ») est un exercice difficile. Il faut analyser l'attaque, parvenir à une certitude et, ensuite, assumer de révéler publiquement l'origine. Le livre de Mark Corcoral étudie cette question de l'attribution notamment sous l'angle des accusations par les États-Unis : comment se fait l'attribution publique et suivant quels méandres politiques ?
Comme le soleil, les machines ne se couchent jamais.