Phoenix rises from the ashes: The 10-Year-Old Samsung Galaxy S II gets a taste of Android 12… The power of Open Source!

Samsung Galaxy S II with Android 12 logo featured
The developer has compiled an unofficial build of LineageOS 19.0 on top of Android 12 for the GT-I9100 variant of the Galaxy S II. And despite being a very alpha work in progress, it shows a lot of promise. Most of the core hardware components, such as the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and the audio output are functional. The cellular radio is working too, which means you could flash the ROM on the device and technically use it as a backup phone, provided your carrier has yet to phase out 3G completely. Last but not least, SELinux is set as enforced in the release.

See Samsung Galaxy S II gets a taste of Android 12

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The Samsung Galaxy S II simply refuses to die. Released back in 2011, the smartphone has now received a port of Android 12. Read on!

Trap hackers in your server using Endlessh as a SSH Honeypot and wastes their time

Endlessh is an SSH tarpit that very slowly sends an endless, random SSH banner. It keeps SSH clients locked up for hours or even days at a time. The purpose is to put your real SSH server on another port and then let the script kiddies get stuck in this tarpit instead of bothering a real server.


SSH Honeypot in 4 Minutes – Trap Hackers in Your Server
by Wolfgang’s Channel on YouTube

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