Fedora Security Test bench with Containers

The Fedora Security Lab Test Bench provides three low-interaction honeypots which are using honeyd. This is nice but real machine are much more fun. It took me a while to include this feature because just go on with nested KVM/qemu … Continue ...

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Fedora Security Test Bench now with bootstrap 3

Porting the web interface to bootstrap 3 was not really a pleasure. Well, now it’s done and I don’t like it. I want the the design responsive but from my point of view it’s a bit too much… Dear Bootstrap … Continue read...

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Happy Birthday

only Happy Birthday to you, Fedora Project domain name [crayon-56b8655d66e4d202358944/]...

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Command-line CAS

Want to solve equations on the command-Line? Take a look at mathomatic. [crayon-56b8655d67bb7541835322/] Nice...

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ramona

I think that a lot of people agree when I say that doing stuff with a command-line is fast and easy. Ok, I’m talking about daily maintenance tasks here and not geeky and super sexy one-line bash commands. What’s a … Continue readin...

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mqtt-randompub

In the past I was using a simple python script to create messages which are sent to random topics with random payload. Especially when I was working on mqtt-panel the script was nice but not very flexible. mqtt-randompub is the … Continue read...

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Alpine Linux 2.6.4 released

The Alpine Linux project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 2.6.4 of its Alpine Linux operating system. The kernel was upgraded to 3.10.10. Download: http://alpinelinux.org/downloads Documentation: http://wiki.alpinelinux.or...

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pysysbot 0.1

Two years back I wrote a XMPP/Jabber bot named pysysbot. It’s based on the Python Jabberbot framework and just gives you system details as answers. In the past days I started to rewrite some parts especially the handling of the … Continu...

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Fedora GPG Key Server

There is now a PGP Key server from the Fedora Project. http://keys.fedoraproject.org/...

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MQTT and Desktop notifications

Inspired by an old blog post by Oliver Smith I wrote my own new python-based notification script for MQTT messages. This is simple than the one which is using the DBUS directly. [crayon-56b8655d680de263118415/] The icon has no function…it just ...

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Fedora Security Lab 20 Alpha Test Compose 2 (TC2)

A while back we switched from LXDE to Xfce for the Fedora Security Lab. Now the “Test Compose” for Fedora 20 is available. We are looking for testers, feedback, and comments about this step. More details are available in this … Con...

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mqtt-panel

Inspired by mqtt-svg-dash which was created by Jan-Piet Mens I developed  my own simple web interface. I think that the idea with the svg is great if you are working with free form elements or complex layouts like a house. … Continue reading ...

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Node.js and MQTT

Lately I became a fan of MQTT because there are endless possibilities (using it with the door switch would be just one) and it’s fun to play with. Creating messages with node is as simple as with Python. [crayon-56b8655d685d8011391281/] Not &he...

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Arduino door switch

Last week a customer of mine mentioned an issue with a door. This door is inside their server room which leads to a second room. They wanted that this door is closed most of the time because the air conditioning … Continue reading →...

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