punchagan just released a sweet package for sharing Gist right from Org: ox-gist
Create a create a personal access token, install the package, open your Org file,
C-c C-e G o a private Gist and there you have it your first most easily created Gist ever.
I hadn’t been a big Gist user until now that is.
Thank you punchagan!
Just released Org2Blog v1.1.13 with almost no user-facing changes but primarily maintenance and cleanup.
That said you might care about:
- Create Entries without requiring an Internet connection to load Categories, Tags, and Pages. Previously it would error out preventing you from creating the Entry on your computer.
- WordPress 6 broke View Entry. Fixed.
- Although you were unlikely to have used
org2blog-subtree-post-or-page-view, you can’t anymore. See their function for details. Guessing you were unlikely since the break was never reported. Addendum: It was only broken for Page previews which are probably rarely used: makes sense.
- Easier to check for compilation errors since long docstrings now get ignored.
You didn’t lie to me, but you got right up to the edge of it:
you support YubiOTP BUT NOT WebAuthn!
Long explanation here.
Easier to switch to a different password manager than battle this endlessly.
Probably, hopefully, if not start complaining!
Here you go: a big list.
If you are on Social Media: Please use multiple YubiKeys.
Read: Factors & Dongles & Tokens, Oh My – Strong Auth Terminology in 7 minutes for an enlightening overview of critical terms.
3m if you read fast; 7m if you want to understand.
Read twice if you are serious.
Read and memorize if you are a professional
WebAuthn rocks, but you might feel that nobody uses it.
Fortunately, you are wrong!
Visit 2FA Directory: Global or 2Fa Directory: USA for a list of popular sites and whether or not they support two-factor authentication.
This site is pure gold: it gets you up and running with WebAuthn everywhere possible as quickly as possible. When the provider doesn’t provide it them contact them demanding it.
Here is their codebase: geniuses.
A bunch of them.
Not Firefox for Android though; woe is me.
I can’t say much more than: wow.
evilginx2 is a man-in-the-middle attack framework used for phishing login credentials along with session cookies, which in turn allows to bypass 2-factor authentication protection. – https://github.com/pberba/evilginx2
Seriously great learning resource and kudos to Go Lang!
If you don’t know them, then learn them.
Caffeinate → ruminate → schedule meeting → gesticulate → profit!
Just kidding, it is very valuable.