As the bugfixed version 2.2.20 of the apache webserver hit the portage tree on gentoo, it’s safe to remove the security hacks which leaded to some uncool problems with Git. Finally things are going back to normal.
I guess you could sense that I wasn’t satisfied with my previous solution regarding OpenVPN GUI and user privileges. So I invested some more time to be able to cut down permissions again. I discovered a way that works without extending privileges or entering a password!
OpenVPN is a cool tool for doing quick and easy VPN connections that work. At least it is easy as long as you don’t drop administrative privileges for the common user. To get the VPN working, it is needed to set up routes to get the traffic to its destination which requires administrative permissions. But do we want […]
At the moment, the current version of the Plugin kills quite some spam here – in fact, I am Spam-Free since months now. But there are things like IPv6 floating around, which need to be taken care of. In terms of programming, IPv6 will be a second blacklist – technically duplicating the current work. But as we evolved […]
Some of you folks might already know putty, the free SSH Client which we’ll use for toying around today showing you the reason why most companies do block SSH.
It isn’t always easy to offer services to other people in the IT field – especially if you want to be sure to limit their access to their files and folders to ensure they cannot break things. To do that, we use rssh, the restricted shell. First of all, let’s start with the installation procedure, which is a […]