S2E15: "Playing HopskotSSH"
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In this episode we talk about FOSSCON NE 2017, we briefly talk about a server configuration primer (and argue how “primer” is pronounced). We also talk about some fancy tricks to do with SSH in regards to a connection/jump chain and process masking (hiding processes one user owns from another). We also talk about our next conference/convention appearances and current projects. “We’re all going down together.”
- There’s been a spam dump of 711 million addresses
- Intel’s IME (mentioned in S2E7) can be disabled (alternate link). Yay!
- The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts has sort of declared that digital phones can’t be searched without a warrant.
- Apple’s SEP (Secure Enclave Processor) chip may have been cracked.
Starts at 9m07s.
- Paden and I give a recap of FOSSCON NE 2017! (If you haven’t yet, you should read our write-up on it! It includes links to my talks and some other goodies.)
- Server primer (13m36s)
- “Yak-shaving” can be referenced here.
- The software I’m (still) writing is called KANT – Keysigning and Notification Tool. You’ll be able to find it in my OpTools repository when done.
- I ended up running a public SKS pool keyserver as well because deploying it was kind of fun! (Oh, yeah. I also deployed a couple other services.)
- It also has some general hints and tips for setting up a private home network.
- Jumpbox/chaining SSH (16m34s)
- There is a huge amount of really awesome SSH tricks.
- Process masking in Nix *(19m05s)
- We talk about future conventions/conferences we’ll be at and current projects (24m56s)
In this segment, we highlight system administration mistakes. Think of them as the IT equivalent of the Darwin Awards. (36m38s)
In 2013, attackers accessed the internal database of Scottrade, a securities brokerage firm based in St. Louis, MO (and got they asses straight-up caught). Thanks to Skip for passing this along to us!
- Jthan says he wants to know how to “route” his traffic over SSH. He actually means “tunnel”. They’re different. :)
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