Weekly Update 218

Written by Troy Hunt / Original link on Nov. 20, 2020


This week, I've finally got a workable mobile setup with sufficient quality audio and video. As I explain in the video, this is ultimately achieved by the Sigma lens feeding into the Sony DSLR then via micro HDMI to the Elgato Cam Link 4K into my laptop via USB which then wifis over to my boat shed access point connected via ethernet over power to the server room and into the network. This seems unnecessarily hard... yet here we are. I'll be travelling from an extended period starting in a few weeks' time so let's see how this all goes on the road. For now, here's this week's update from my backyard:



  1. The Cit0day collection of breaches is... big (you really have to listen to this week's video to understand the complexities behind showing more contextual data)
  2. I've had to deal with a lot of crap after loading this breach as well (that's a tweet that's gotten a lot of likes and it shows how thankless it can sometimes be running a free service)
  3. I'm not against 2FA, it's just a pain in the arse and has a heap of problems (that's a piece I wrote a couple of years ago on the challenges various implementations have)
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