The OpenVAS developers have announced the sixth maintenance release of the openvas-libraries 4.0 module, the fifth maintenance release of the openvas-scanner 3.2 module, and the second maintenance release of the OpenVAS Administrator 1.1, the local and remote administrative tool for the Open Vulnerability Assessment System release 4 (OpenVAS-4)
The source tarball for these releases along with checksums and signatures are available for download from the OpenVAS website at http://www.openvas.org/. Binary packages for major GNU/Linux distributions by third parties are expected in the following weeks.
Besides links exchanges between websites, subscribing to each others’ blogs, becoming members in Anonymous forums, chatrooms, participating in anonymous IRC channels, setting up paper.li, tweeted times, and gathering some data from retweeting interesting search terms, what else can we use that’s within the law for gathering ammunition (mining data) and crossing our beams in a social media kakafonia?
How does it feel to have our lives taken over by the war-work-machine and do things we never intended while we watched our own dreams, passions and joy in life evaporate? Wanting to take our responsibility we may wonder how we got ourselves in this state?
I found myself wondering if it was possible to produce a mirror to analog world political ponerologists and corrupt capn’s of industry in the digital world.