Tesla owners locked out of their cars, a Linux side-channel attack that enables DNS cache poisoning, why Jim doesn’t use Proxmox, and accessing KVM hosts from Windows.
Jim was on Late Night Linux twice, as well as Late Night Linux Extra.
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Tesla drivers left unable to start their cars after outage
Server errors hit Tesla remote-control app
Linux has a serious security problem that once again enables DNS cache poisoning
We were asked about why Jim doesn’t use Proxmox, and accessing KVM hosts from Windows.
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