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"Kubernetes is the 800-pound gorilla of container orchestration.
Especially for smaller teams, it can be time-consuming to maintain and has a steep learning curve. For what our team of four wanted to achieve at trivago, it added too much overhead. So we looked into alternatives — and fell in love with Nomad."
"SSH tarpit that slowly sends and endless banner" :-)
"mXtract - Memory Extractor & Analyzer" (for Linux, quite young but interesting)
Note(s) from me, brynet@:
Program guide: https://2019.asiabsdcon.org/program.html.en
It's almost 8:49pm on Friday, March 22nd here (EDT/Ontario Canda), talks for Day 3 (Paper Session 1) are beginning in about 10 minutes. Or 10am in Japan.
full system including:
openbgpd, pf, carp, httpd, opensmtpd, spamd, W^X, ASLR, PID/TCPseq/malloc randomization, unveil/pledge, vmd, openrsync, -systemd, ...
1GB on disk used,
binary or src upgrades,
binary or src packages/ports,
Turns out #passwords just suck when typing is difficult. I'm setting up my friend Maurice's #openbsd laptop from scratch again. This time with password-less disk encryption and #textsuggest which is now in snapshot packages. A keydisk will unlock the laptop and the machine will auto-login to a #gnome desktop
Mastodon via Gopher. "This is really a pretty minimal wrapper over mastodon.py, providing just enough to make it feasible to read & post toots via a Gopher client.”
A tool to perform Kerberos pre-auth bruteforcing (or locking accounts... sic)
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I need someone to honestly tell me if my #paranoia is warranted.
I'm not willing to have my email on a phone because I feel like it's way too easy to break into a phone.
On the other hand, I AM willing to get email on a laptop. Mainly because I understand them better and can secure them better as a result.
Am I crazy? Am I overestimating how easy it is to compromise a stolen phone? Or maybe underestimating my ability to secure a laptop?
HardenedBSD-stable 12-STABLE v1200058.4 published:
Holy shit a CW for no cw ... I'm a child of the 70s to 80s. I never understood why the run bsd stickers appealed to me. Now, I understand #knowledge
straight outta ::1
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