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Gotta love the IoT.
They set up a new surveillance camera in the company, that can stream live footage over the network and that little shit picked the IP adress of a coworker one day AFTER being set up.
Hurray for static routing. Hurray to the person who didn't disable DHCP on the router (Should probably configure my PC to use a static IP as well lel)
Anyways, this happened outta nowhere when I, the only guy who knows shit about IT and is usually present at yhe office, wasn't there and could not connect remotely.
The other, remote programmer, who set up the network, could guide the coworker to get a new IP but, he was worried that we got ourselves an intruder.
Since nobody told me yet that we (should) have static routing, I thought there was a mastermind at work who could get into a network without a wifi-access point and spoof the coworker in order to access the some documents.
The adrenaline rush was real 😨
Scanning the network with nmap solved the mystery rather quickly but thought me that I need to set up a secure way to get remote access on the network.
I would appreciate some input on the set up I thought of:
A raspberry Pi connected to a vpn that runs ssh with pw auth disabled and the ssh port moved.
Would set up the vpn in a similar fashion.
Title earned: "Figlio del capo" - "The boss' son"
Earned by oversleping literally next door, because you forgot to set up an alarm.
Even though my presence wasn't really required today 🤷♂️10
Idea: postpone risky decisions to the 1st of April and say it was a joke if people don't like it.
~~Or keep them to troll people even harder~~
30% setting u partitions for arch
20% fixing typos that caused some kernel panic
20% trying to find a good resource for Squid
20% Giving up and reading the docs
10% choosing alcohol
I just wanna work on my personal projects which give me a valid excuse to look at smuggy anime girls2
Apparently Stackoverflow was down recently. I think I missed it, because I was busy reading homemade documentation and having multiple existential crisis over the performance of my code.
Just tried to read this the frequently asked questions about article 13.
I don't think you need to read it, since you learn nothing from it besides that these people don't even care anymore. Everything is written in a "wishful" mode, even their goals.
You can just go to the next trash can, take an item and compare it with that. Unfortunately, you will have to realize that the item you just picked up was more useful to society than everything you'll read in these "answers".
They basically dodge every single question vague to the point that someone as the amount of drugs these people take in order to think they are making realistic proposes.
"We aim to blah blah", "Our aim is blah blah", "We want to blah blah". Might as well sue me for copying their content in that paragraph.
If anybody ever tells you that you have unrealistic, stupid goals or dreams just remember: there's a whole continent lead by people who have no fucking idea what they are doing and still think they are doing a good job. And because they have no idea what they are doing they just offload all the work to companies.
Plattform: Ok, what do we have to do?
EU: lol, just "put in place, in collaboration with right holders, adequate and proportionate technical measures." (#2 P4)
Plattform: can you be a bit more specific?
EU: Look, this proposal just "requires platforms which store and provide access to large amounts of copyright-protected content uploaded by their users to put in place effective and proportionate measures." It's not that hard to understand, you dummy (#3 P3)
Plattform: So we need to monitor all user-generated content?
Eu: are you stupid or something? You "would not have to actively monitor all the content uploaded by users", just the copyrighted content. (#4 P1)
The rest is more or less the same, just them imagining the outcome, without taking turning on their decomposed brains in order to apply common sense.
Jumping off this "union" seems be pretty lucrative 🤔1
The default font for the Bulma CSS framework is triggering my OCD.
JUST WHY ARE THEY NOT ALIGNED FFS?!11
The amazon app UI and UX nearly makes me vommit 🤢 but I have to hold it in because I'm traveling rn4
Wasted a couple of hours because I was overthinking it so damn hard. Reduced a whole module into a simple, single function.
I should stop adding feature I don't even need, but think other might need😰
He got me. I'm so done for...
Pretty funny, cause maybe half a year ago there was an attack against my email, but I'm pretty sure he got stopped because of the 2FA. Not to mention that I immediately changed it for a password x times stronger than whay I had before 🤷♂️13
This person suggests that youtube went down, because somethign went wrong while moving to different transport layer network protocol.
Really fucking nice android studio. Your auto generated code makes my builds fail and your error message don't even care enough to show me in which direction I should go fuck myself.4
Today I found a faulty design choice in java, that seriously makes me hate java. Basically java prohibits abstract static methods. This -combined with the poor design choices for constructors - means that Subclasses cannot have a common constructor or static method calling the constructor.
Basically meaning that you can't just map a collection to objects without handling EVERY FUCKING CASE, WRITING THE WHOLE MAPPING AGAIN AND AGAIN, ADDING A FORCED PORTION OF SPAGHETTI WITH EVERY CLASS WHERE THIS WAS NEEDED.
There seem to be other OOP languages with this faulty design. Can't say if I now hate OOP ingeneral or not, because maybe some languages may have provided a substitute for this6
Never underestimate users disability to follow guidance .
Showed me a screenshot where he started the script immediately and entered another command afterwards. Was kinda confused, since the script runs in an endless loop.
Then he showed me his version of the file...3
What kind of fucktard thought it was a good idea to include html in their API endpoint? 3€ per 1000 requests? YOU should be the one paying me to deal with this shit. Even enforcing class classnames...3
I asked my co-worker/classmate to integrate a react component into a project "we" worked for the (forced) practicum. I searched and setup the example with him (or rather for him) to check whether it's working as intended.
Note, that we were both not really familiar with react and or node. I had a bit more experience and would have helped him, if he had asked. IF
I asked him regularly how he's progressing and he said he did fine. 3 days later I finished my tasks and wanted to know how far he got.
Status? Non working example project because all he did was commenting out seemingly random lines all over the only file in the example project one had to copy paste from the Readme.
Android docs suck so hard 😇
Google sucks so hard at making APIs 😄
Wraps everything in libraries, whose only purpose is to hide their incompetence 😛21
I fucking hate "modern" front end. Just a little "hello world" and you already get a useless bundle of js, which is x times then other assets combined.
Not to mention that no fucking setup I tried works, documentation is as accurate and up-to-date as apple maps and all components are basically part of a civil (cock) war.
So far the most frustration aspect in programming I have to endure5
"I don't need these auto generated comments by the template"
5 minutes later...
* Searches how to human perform basic human actions *
Fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck FUCK FUCK YOU GOOGLE, you placed a damn email about an interview in the spam box and I only realized it 2 weeks afterwards. END ME, JUST DO IT NOW3