Alpine Linux 2.7.0

The Alpine Linux project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 2.7.0 of its Alpine Linux operating system. This is the first release in the v2.7 stable series. Download: http://alpinelinux.org/downloads Documentation: http://wi...

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Happy Birthday Fedora Security Lab

Four years ago a bunch of guys started the Fedora Security Lab which was named Security Spin back then. Happy Birthday, FSL....

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Sicher nicht…

Manche Betreiber von Webseiten haben ein bisschen eingentümliche Ansichten wie man sich der Welt präsentiert. Der nachfolgenden Hinweis sprang mir beim gewollten Besuch der entsprechenden Seite entgegen. Webblocker deaktivieren, sicher nicht. ̶...

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Samsung SL-C410W

After 80000 pages my HP Laserjet 2100TN reached the end of its life. The printer is not dead but the quality of the printout is really bad even after cleaning the whole printer and for one page you get always … Continue reading →...

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Bricks

Today I included bricks into the Fedora Security Lab Test bench. From my point of view this is a nice addition because now we have a platform which is suitable for newcomers to learn about web application security . Beside a … Continue readin...

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LinuxDay 2013

As usual the Fedora Project will be at the LinuxDay 2013 at Dornbirn, Austria. Matthias Summer, as the local guy, is in charge and already organized the Fedora presence there. If you are from around the area, come and say … Continue reading &r...

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Searching weak keys with nmap

Unfortunately there was a bug in the OpenSSL package in Debian which results in weak keys for services with SSL functionality. Download the tarball, unpack it, move the lists (blacklist.RSA-2048 and blacklist.RSA-2048) to /usr/share/nmap/nselib/data...

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Alpine Linux 2.6.6 released

The Alpine Linux project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 2.6.6 of its Alpine Linux operating system. This is a bugfix release which is based on the 3.10.17 kernel which contains various security fixes. Download: http://al...

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Birthday of Bcfg2

The first Bcfg2 commit was made 2003-10-21. Happy Birthday Bcfg2. I hope you will make it another 10 years....

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Auto Update

Today I was hitting some DNS issues. While checking I saw that the pfSense system which was acting as router is outdated. Usually I’m not a big fan of “auto update” features because they tend to break things. But I … Continue...

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Online storage

What is an easy way to share files between different machines across various operating system? Dropbox, Google Drive, and some other! Well, they are if your don’t care where your data is stored and you don’t need plenty of space. …...

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NSA

Wo landet wohl der Mirror port?...

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Uepaa, schon wieder.

Da scheint sich ein Redakteur bei 20min richtig in die Sache mit Uepaa verbissen zu haben. Wenn es ein paar nette Videos auf der Webseite hat, gibt es sofort einen Artikel. Ich möchte mal ein paar Dinge zitieren: Seither sind … Continue readi...

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Banner grabbing 4

In the past I wrote already several times about simple web server banner grabbing methodes (1, 2, 3). siege is an http load testing and benchmarking utility which is able to perform a banner grab. [crayon-572898d19bf14702838714/]  ...

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Alpine Linux 2.6.5 released

The Alpine Linux project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 2.6.5 of its Alpine Linux operating system. The kernel was upgraded to 3.10.13. Download: http://alpinelinux.org/downloads Documentation: http://wiki.alpinelinux.or...

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