Transparently transform the macOS CLI into a fresh GNU/Linux CLI experience by
installing missing GNU programs
updating outdated GNU programs
replacing pre-installed BSD programs with their preferred GNU implementation
installing other programs common among popular GNU/Linux distributions
Aujourd'hui, j'aimerais parler à propos d'OpenVPN. Pour ceux qui ne connaissent pas, OpenVPN est un logiciel libre et avec le code est ouvert et qui implémente des différentes façons de créer des réseaux virtuels (VPN) sécurisés * Wikipedia. L'application est développée par OpenVPN Incorporation et il propose également différents services payants privatetunnel.
OpenSMTPD proc filters & fc-rDNS
Après un premier article expliquant comment configurer l'interface réseau d'une machine virtuelle KVM sur Proxmox VE en utilisant qemu-nbd, il était nécessaire d'y ajouter une seconde partie pour détailler l'une des nouvelles fonctionnalités de Proxmox.
How do I use the grep command with regular expressions on a Linux and Unix-like operating systems ? How do I use grep and regular expressions to search for text/ words in Linux ?
SSH Auditor - The Best Way To Scan For Weak Ssh Passwords On Your Network
for routing and firewalling
In this article I'll tell you how to set up hidden crypto-container using regular means of Linux OS (LUKS and cryptsetup). Standard features of LUKS (such as using external headers and placing actual data by predefined offset) allow user to access hidden data within existing container and deny existence of such data.
Have you ever encountered a moment when you see your colleague using some simple Linux commands for tasks that took you several keystrokes? And when you saw that you were like, “Wow! I didn’t know it could have been done that easily”.
Emulate ssh -D behavior even if AllowTcpForwarding is disabled by administrator in sshd_config. This tool creates the tunnel sending serialized data through STDIN to a remote process (which is running a Socks5 Server) and receiving the response trought STDOUT on a normal SSH session channel.
As you might have realized already, I am not really a big fan of systemd.
After switching from Debian to Devuan not long after the first fork was announced, I have now been a Devuan GNU/Linux user for several years, and am really happy with the overall experience and stability of this systemd-free Linux distribution.
I like VirtualBox and it has nothing to do with why I publish a 0day vulnerability. The reason is my disagreement with contemporary state of infosec, especially of security research and bug bounty.
Nginx (short for Engine-x) is a free, open source, powerful, high-performance and scalable HTTP and reverse proxy server, a mail and standard TCP/UDP proxy server. It is easy to use and configure, with a simple configuration language. Nginx is now the preferred web server software for powering heavily loaded sites, due its scalability and performance.
When you issue a docker build command, the current working directory is called the build context. To exclude files not relevant to the build (without restructuring your source repository) use a .dockerignore file. This file supports exclusion patterns similar to .gitignore files. For information on creating one, see the .dockerignore file.
Le dashboard de Kubernetes - Blog de dada
When we started with Ubuntu in 2006, Debian was mired in problems such as slow releases and outdated software that drove people to run 'testing' instead of 'stable'. Ubuntu essentially offered 'Debian with the problems fixed'; Ubuntu LTS had regularly scheduled releases, offered a wide package selection of reasonably current software, and gave us a long support period of five years.
With all the noise around those topics I would have imagined this one had been covered thousands of time, yet I did not find a single complete resource on this subject which I found to be a basic building block: pushing docker images from GitLab CI to the Docker Hub registry.
Recently I saw a tweet from the awesome Amy Codes (I really hope that's her real name) about Kubernetes Pods:
The first time I heard about containers it was like – what? what’s that?
Is a container a process? What’s Docker? Are containers Docker? Help!
It’s no secret that configuration for OpenSMTPD changed a lot with version 6.4.0. Despite the fact that changes were announced long time ago and that many configuration examples have popped-up, my particular usage wasn’t covered(1). Namely: using OpenSMTPD with Dovecot and Rspamd as chained MTA.