This is my friend Bohdan. He's one of the people who pre-purchased a ticket for MangoCon 2020 that got postponed because of COVID. So everyone almost got to meet him. He was working in Dallas in 2019 and we hung out a bit. He's a software engineer based in eastern Ukraine. He recently opened a bar and was interviewed on CNN talking about the war.
A security researcher has published a tool that can take advantage of an unfixable security issue that lets attackers escalate their privileges in Windows domains to those of the SYSTEM superuser.
^That appears to be a little sensationalist.^
From the (article) linked GitHub repo:
This is essentially a universal no-fix local privilege escalation in windows domain environments where LDAP signing is not enforced (the default settings).
(Bold added by me)
It can be defended against, just not with default settings.
We are packing LIKE CRAZY. Too much to do to take a load to storage today. But we are loading the van and I'll take it tomorrow. We are down to one car because Paul already sold his, and he has to deal with tons of emergency COVID tests and things (emergency because of travel stuff, not because of having COVID) that require the only vehicle. He leaves Monday morning.
I'll be off to Houston tomorrow with a load for the storage unit. We are in the home stretch now!
We have someone over working in the yard today getting as much as possible ready.
Dominica is busily painting the dining room today.
My manager (IT Manager) messaged me a screenshot of speedtest.net results from one of our DC's that showed there is 33 ms ping times, and that I should look into this. I login the DC, pull up command line, ran a continuous ping to 188.8.131.52 with solid 3ms ping times. I sent him a screenshot of the command prompt and said ping times look solid to me, and speedtest.net does not give accurate results of network latency from a computer as the built-in ping utility from windows.
Currently having my mind BLOWN by this crazy, Siberian throat singing album my neighbor let me borrow. It's kinda metal-esqe, very heavy, but it's just voice and traditional folk instrumentation. And it's a studio album, so their use of reverb and other effects add to the uniqueness. NYTT LAND!!!
A committee that advises the Federal Communications Commission on consumer-related matters now includes a representative of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), which lobbies against municipal broadband, net neutrality, and other consumer protection measures.