Sun, Oct 13
Analysis by Cyrus cited here for completion:
Mon, Oct 7
An alternative proposal for editing ISNs without involving the kernel:
Sun, Oct 6
Implemented for some time now.
Reported build failures:
When an implementation is decided, let's decide if we can include this in security-misc for use on Linux hosts and Kicksecure. We would need some way in detecting the active NIC since on wireless systems wlan0 is the interface of choice and not eth0
tc-netem is a utility that is part of the iproute2 package in Debian. It leverages functionality already built into Linux and userspace utilities to simulate networks including packet delays and loss.
Apr 23 2019
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Apr 5 2019
@Patrick What is the status of integration? Since we have kloak this is also a great defense to have. There is a script on there for packing as a deb:
Mar 28 2019
release kloak v0.2
Mar 1 2019
Many code enhancements were recently added by its author.
Feb 15 2019
To build a package with qubes-builder, you need to add Makefile.builder file with just one line: DEBIAN_BUILD_DIRS := debian. This will tell qubes-builder that given repository contains Debian package.
Alternatively, if that would be too much of a problem, it should be easy to add an option that do auto detection (probably just looks for debian directory).
Feb 14 2019
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Jan 22 2019
With TPO infrastructure using onions, its now a good idea to switch tb-updater to check for version info and downloads to these more secure mirrors.
Dec 9 2018
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Oct 13 2018
We can now grab the browser tarball from the TPO onion instead which makes this ticket obsolete. Close if you concur.
Oct 1 2018
Sep 20 2018
Sep 6 2018
This should be fixed by default in the next build.