When you work in information security. A new project approached me and I raised some basic questions for a first overview. I asked where the application will be hosted... the answer was quite surprising
As an excuse: the answer has been provided by the business side and not IT
Hey #infosec people...
Raise your hand if you hear far to often that MD5 is encryption (and you are really sick of it)
Wait... there a people running a public accessible memcached on Windows XP?!?
No wonder Google is sending a captcha...
So if you run a Searx instance protect it with fail2ban so it is usable for people who take care about privacy... and not those damn bots doing search engine manipulation.
How to use a Kensington lock?
Well not in this way ;-)
I had a meeting some time ago in which a colleague was complaining "you security guys are always saying NO".
I replied to her that we do not provide a straight no and that there always some slight distinctions in every no - its like the 50 shades of no.
So I made this 50 shades of no sheet and put it next to my desk.