Announcing release of #Suricata 5.0.0
Protocol additions, rule lang cleanup, eBPF/#XDP, (experimental) datasets, JA3S and more:
This is a true coincidence, because today is also the 1st beta release of #Mobilizon https://framablog.org/2019/10/15/mobilizon-lifting-the-veil-on-the-beta-release/
So let's thank MeetUp for giving us even more reasons to free our events from their walled garden !
The ultimate messenger protocol comparison chart
Open hardware, open source 48-ports serial port hub: https://freetserv.github.io/
That project is amazing :)
Speaking of criminals trying to trick you into disclosing your online banking credentials on the phone: compare this script to the legit one outlined above.
Poll. What kind of #DNS servers/resolution do you use?
I can only provide 4 answers, so if you use other methods please reply to the toot. Also if you want to explain why.
Tant que j'y suis, je cherche aussi un chef de projet (#CDP) avec des bonnes bases techniques ainsi qu'un #testeur, qui devra effectuer des tests de #conformité, de robustesse et de montées en charge, améliorer la #CI/CD et automatiser les tests d'#intégration. Environnement principalement #Python. Un peu de Bash, C et de #Rust.
I have to say I am really impressed by #Pleroma.
As least one of their contributors has a very good understanding of web security, and managed to have the software use basically all security HTTP headers (even Cookie prefixes!)
Setting up a #Wireguard tunnel took me 1 hour on my first attempt, reading docs included
Got to upgrade a box to buster (it was still a deb stretch, oopsie).
It is incredibly easy, compared to setting up an IPsec tunnel with Strongswan.
I strongly recommend you try this, for knowledge and fun :)
Yesterday, the government sued the publisher of #PermanentRecord for—not kidding—printing it without giving the CIA and NSA a change to erase details of their classified crimes from the manuscript. Today, it is the best-selling book in the world: https://static.macmillan.com/static/holt/permanent-record-edward-snowden/uslinks.html
My one frustration with #ActivityPub federated stuff right now is that they integrate, but only partially. I have this account, but I can't use this account to access #PixelFed. I have to create an account on pixelfed.social, and then I can follow myself from my Mastodon account? People who follow me here on Fosstodon don't follow the PixelFed account. I COULD boost my PixelFed account from Mastodon, but things just get awkward. Then we add #PeerTube into the mix, or other federated stuff.
To meet up or not to meetup https://jpmens.net/2019/09/14/to-meet-up-or-not-to-meetup/
That's "NLNOG 2019 - DNS over HTTPS considerations - Bert Hubert" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjin3nv8jAo