Firewalls, presenting proposals for (change) management, git/gitolite (and blast on third-party git hosting), ethernet media classifications, DIY cracking rigs, pentesting tools, and more regular expressions.
The thread where the guy clearly doesn’t understand DROP vs. REJECT is, I think, here (it might be a closed group). I know that was ONE of the threads I got into an argument with an idiot on… WAIT, wait. Nope, it was this one. Turns out the same guy is in my LUG. We haven’t killed each other yet. (Trust me. It’s about 2/3 into the entire comment section. If you’re feeling lazy, find-in-page for “iptables is your friend”.)
I wonder what happens when Jthan’s openvpn fails to start and he can’t SSH in to fix it.
You can learn regexes here, here, or here (among many others).
Jthan tried to edit this one too. I tried to clean it up.
Jthan, a web + VPN + SSH-only-on-VPN server != a “simple server”. A simple server runs one dedicated service.
Turns out in modern GNU/Linux + iptables (at least with shorewall), opening a port with no service behind it will list the status as “closed” in nmap, which is the same result from a DROP. I could have sworn, at least on early 3.x kernels, that the behavior I described occurs instead.
The kernel actually has a SHIT-ton of lines of code.
FPGA’s are Field Programmable Gate Arrays
Thanks to Forge in our IRC channel, he points out:
< Forge> NUMA = NonUniform Memory Architecture, unrelated.
< Forge> [AMD] and Intel both back OpenCL.
< Forge> CUDA is Nvidia proprietary.