Linux folks: if you missed patching pkexec on patch Tuesday, patch Wednesday is the new hotness and it's highly recommended.
This is a priv escalation to root exploit, and best to get it taken care of sooner rather than later.
You ever just sit down and think about aliens?
Like, if something were THAT advanced to find us, only to see a bunch of eccentric, shouty, flesh-beasts sneezing on each other, with an abhorrent lack of hand washing practices...
They would have 100% turned the ship around.
I just described a punch clock to a younger coworker as "just like the one you see in The Flintstones" trying to make light of my age, only to learn they are too young for The Flintstones.
Now I need a scotch to go with my scotch.
Yesterday I promised I would share some keto horrors, and in hoping I wouldn't disappoint I may have committed a crime.
I also shared that I learned about the horrors of Altoona Style Pizza yesterday, and yes, these two things had a very ugly baby.
But first, Altoona pizza:
Altoona style originated in Altoona PA where it first served in the Altoona hotel. The "pizza" was such an affront to god that the hotel burned down in 2013.
The citizens of Altoona, undeterred, serve it to this day.
And here I am...
As a curious Floridian living in NYC, I simply had to try the beast. It looked so bad, so beautiful, so possibly keto?
Low carb tortilla, dried tomatoes, salami, green peppers -- this doesn't look too bad, right?
THEN BAM! KRAFT CHEESE! BEHOLD THE HORROR I HAVE CREATED!
Honestly, all things considered, not bad. Like a really cheap taco.
Thank you for subscribing to #ketohorrors. I assure you this will not be my last food crime ;)
Monitor whatever jumpboxes your shitty vendors use, with maximum prejudice. Just assume the damn thing could be infected with everything all at once and in the hands of every malicious actor on the planet.
(In this instance, I am the shitty vendor.)
In today's topics I like to bring up on every case:
Stand 'em up, segment 'em, make your admins jump through different accounts/creds to get there, use these to manage your most sensitive environments/jobs.