This is a fresh start with a new and shiny WordPress Template, as the old one was pretty dark and dusty by now. Any comments? Opinions? Ideas?
OnePlus does a phone, namend One – the new “Flagship Killer” in town, attacking with solid 32 or 64 GB of storage, 3 GB of RAM and a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 801 Processor. Quite some power if you ask me, but honestly – as a nerd I am not impressed that easily. You know: Hardware is getting old and slow pretty damn soon.
But the real killer and my reason to get it was Cyanogenmod. Preinstalled.
I have to admit, I’m a proud owner of the MS Surface 3 Pro running an i7 under its hood. It’s my first Windows Tablet, so I do not have references to any of the previous devices. So I’m just giving my personal opinion.
Today I had to upgrade my PHP version to 5.5 as version 5.4 is getting older. So there will be some small problems with some services here as I have to adapt some of the code pieces used. Sorry for the inconvenience during the update.
Google Authenticator surely is a cute thing. But my current solution isn’t really matching my taste: one token for every app which makes up a total of 20 token for my daily use – about 19 token too much if you’d ask me.
A solution could be a Radius server, having all the users authenticated using a PAM Module – or something completely different. I cancelled the Radius Server as I couldn’t get it to play nice with my LDAP Directory. So I had to search on.
Looking at the current bugs and problems with passwords and authentification, everything is insecure – at least in theory. Believe me, as a sysadmin I have to say, “that sucks”. So I decided to choose “Plan G” which is the Google-Authenticator, a software token to extend our passwords by a new 6 digits number, pretty much like the RSA tokens do.