[-] [email protected] 1 points 7 hours ago

Thanks Ill try this, do you have this to auto-start when the PC boots too?

[-] [email protected] 2 points 10 hours ago

Sorry, indeed a typo, fixed now ๐Ÿ‘

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submitted 11 hours ago* (last edited 10 hours ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Hiya, got a very small, but annoying issue with this mouse. Every time I put the computer to sleep, and wake it up again the scrollwheel will barely scroll on websites and applications. To fix this i just have to turn the mouse on and off again, but am still wondering what causes this to be an issue or if there are any known fixes for this?

Appriciate any suggestions!

[-] [email protected] 3 points 14 hours ago

This article might help answer some of your questions:

https://proton.me/blog/what-is-your-data-worth

[-] [email protected] 0 points 23 hours ago

Ah yeah, a classic <3

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submitted 1 day ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Be it on YT or just blog posts from a website, please do share any low-tech focused content creators :)

[-] [email protected] 3 points 2 days ago

I wonder what causes it really, didn't use to happen, but seem to be a common problem for many.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 2 days ago

I can't recall it being an issue previously.. ๐Ÿ™

[-] [email protected] 1 points 2 days ago

Yeah thats why I love Tailscale so much, its so simple :)

[-] [email protected] 2 points 2 days ago

I'll look into using just WG then! Thanks

[-] [email protected] 4 points 2 days ago

Tailscale isn't a classic vpn such as Proton and Mullvad. Tailscale crates a network between your own devices, but has Mullvad as an integration for those who want to run Mullvad as an exit node. I don't need a vpn to mask my location, I need it to connect my devices together. I'll look into using just wire guard instead though.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 2 days ago

Indeed, I think ur right my mobile network usage is 68%... So I'll avoid using that over night.

[-] [email protected] 6 points 2 days ago

Ah thanks for pointing that out, I did the same and see that my Mobile Network usage stands for 68% of my battery usage... Yikes!

[-] [email protected] 6 points 2 days ago

Ah that's a shame, I love using Tailscale ๐Ÿ™

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submitted 2 days ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

I keep having my phone completely drained of battery over night, and im not sure why.. Each night the phone will easy chew through 30-40% battery. Only thing that helps is putting it in battery saving mode. But feels like a temporary solution.

The second most used app is at 7% percent usage.

Am running GrapheneOS, anyone else struggling with this?

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submitted 4 days ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

I use an AMD card, playing on Bazzite. How and when, do i know when its best to use Vulkan or Directx on linux?

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submitted 5 days ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Find your Device with an SMS or online with the help of FMDServer. This applications goal is to track your device when it's lost and should be a...

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submitted 1 week ago* (last edited 1 week ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Am about to move houses and new place will have 1000/1000 speeds. Wondering if I should get a Wifi 6 router or not, is it worth the upgrade? Can Wifi 5 and 6 equipment be combined? Or will it then all be 'downgraded' to Wifi 5?

Usecase: At home - with 8 or so devices.

Anyway, let me know your experiences with WiFi 6 and wether I should aim to get it.

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submitted 1 week ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Disclaimer; I'm not looking for a VPN service, I already have one. I know TechRadar is not a great source too. I am simply doing research around VPNs in general.

I am just wondering why DDG is suggesting this link over a link without a reference? Is this "the blame" of DDG or Techradar? Trying to understand why this is the link being served over others. Appriciate any suggestions.

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submitted 1 week ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

The Article

A maximum-severity security flaw has been disclosed in the TP-Link Archer C5400X gaming router that could lead to remote code execution on susceptible devices by sending specially crafted requests. The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2024-5035, carries a CVSS score of 10.0. It impacts all versions of the router firmware including and prior to 1_1.1.6. It has been patched in version 1_1.1.7 released on May 24, 2024.

"By successfully exploiting this flaw, remote unauthenticated attackers can gain arbitrary command execution on the device with elevated privileges," German cybersecurity firm ONEKEY said in a report published Monday. The issue is rooted in a binary related to radio frequency testing "rftest" that's launched on startup and exposes a network listener on TCP ports 8888, 8889, and 8890, thus allowing a remote unauthenticated attacker to achieve code execution. While the network service is designed to only accept commands that start with "wl" or "nvram get," ONEKEY found that the restriction could be trivially bypassed by injecting a command after shell meta-characters like ; , & , or, | (e.g., "wl;id;"). Cybersecurity

TP-Link's implemented fix in version 1_1.1.7 Build 20240510 addresses the vulnerability by discarding any command containing these special characters. "It seems the need to provide a wireless device configuration API at TP-Link had to be answered either fast or cheap, which ended up with them exposing a supposedly limited shell over the network that clients within the router could use as a way to configure wireless devices," ONEKEY said.

The disclosure arrives weeks after security flaws were also revealed by the company in Delta Electronics DVW W02W2 industrial Ethernet routers (CVE-2024-3871) and Ligowave networking gear (CVE-2024-4999) that could allow remote attackers to gain remote command execution with elevated privileges. It's worth noting that these flaws remain unpatched due to the devices being no longer actively maintained, making it imperative that users take adequate steps to limit exposure of administration interfaces to reduce the potential for exploitation.

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submitted 1 week ago* (last edited 1 week ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Hi, I hope its appropriate to ask this here, considering this is the most active community closest to this topic (Networking). I am moving places shortly and will need to start from scratch will all networking equipment. Including router and wifi-extenders. Am wondering what the general consencus is around networking gear, what brands are good and homelab friendly? I've heard great things about Ubiquity, but know nothing about their products. I do wish to buy a mesh system, as I do have 2 floors and concrete walls in the new place. I am looking for something easy to maintain, yet customizable for when I get more comfortable with playing around with networking equipment.

I have some experience with TP-link + decos, but really dont like their app and default settings. Blocks mullvad.net by default for instance...

If it matters, there will only be 2 people connected normally ~ approx 8 devices or so in total.

  • 2 phones,
  • 2 laptops (wired if possible)
  • 1 desktop comupter (wired)
  • server (wired)
  • Nvdia shield (wired)
  • RaspberriPi (wired)

Am also aiming to buy a 1000/1000 Mbps connection :)

Lemmy know what you would recommend in this scenario, and please feel free to ask about further details if I have missed anything, Thanks as always!

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submitted 2 weeks ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

After the podcast show The Privacy, Security, & OSINT Show stopped putting out episodes, I've been on the lookout for other ones. Just stumbled upon The Lockdown (Practical Privacy & Security) and it seems rather good based on the first episode I listened to so thought i'd share it. But am still looking for more as I am a big podcast listener, so please do recommend any privacy focused podcasts ๐Ÿ•ต๏ธ

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Been finding some good deals on 2.5 disks lately, but have never bought one before. Have a couple of 3.5 disks on the other hand in my Unraid server. Wondering how much it matters wether I get a 2.5 or not? What form factor do you prefer/usually go for?

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I've been using linux desktop for a year or so now. One noteable thing i keep seeing is that one person will say I dont like XYZ distrobution because of its base. But I am still a little unsure what is meant by it. I am assuming the main difference between each base is the choice of package management(?). But what other factors/aspects that are important for the average user to know about each 'base'? This is probably quite a broad question to a rather technical answer, but appriciate any answers, and i'll try my best to understand and read up :)

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