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How to make wireshark filter POST-requests only?

How to make wireshark filter POST-requests only?
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How does ping know that my packets are filtered?

I'm customer of an Irish ISP, eircom, which has started censoring the pirate bay. When I try to ping 194.71.107.15 which is the IP address of thepiratebay.com, I get this output: PING 194.71.107.15 ...
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How to prevent IP spoofing using MAC and ebtables?

I am trying to create IP-MAC pairing rules in ebtables. There are few tutorials and related questions [1] available but I have kind of specific setting. ENVIRONMENT: I have many physical hosts. Each ...
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Linux shell command to filter a text file by line length

I have a 30gb disk image of a borked partition (think dd if=/dev/sda1 of=diskimage) that I need to recover some text files from. Data carving tools like foremost only work on files with well defined ...
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How to prevent squid from caching and just filter?

I have set a proxy server on my network. I only want to filter the web traffic. So, I have Squid as a proxy and Qlproxy as the filter : http://www.quintolabs.com/qlicap_info.php My server have only ...
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Server and network setup for a small private school

I help a local private school with a lot of their tech needs. So far, it's been on the order of repairing/installing office computers and helping manage the office network. But now the administrator ...
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How do I remove (un-apply) a named filter from a Procurve switch port using the CLI?

EDIT: Edited my examples to reflect that I was indeed attempting this with the switch in "configure" mode. Still no joy. EDIT: I've done some more searching on this issue. I just can't seem to see it ...
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More Searchfilters in AuthLDAPURL

Is it posible to have more then one searchfilter in AuthLDAPURL? Example uid filter: <Location /test/> AuthType Basic AuthName "Test" AuthBasicProvider ldap ...
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Is null return path reliable indication of a bounce?

I have a mailbox that receives bounces as well as normal email (the latter includes messages from automated services). I want to filter out the bounces and forward them to another mailbox. Assume I ...
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Traffic shaping: tc filter catch all filter

How Can I configure a "catch all" filter with tc filter? I tested with the following code but it gave me the error: "Unknown filter "1:100", hence option "protocol" is unparsable": tc filter add ...
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Why are emails sent from my applications being marked as spam?

I have 2 web apps running on the same server. The first is www.nimikri.com and the other is www.hourjar.com. Both apps share the same IP address (75.127.100.175). My server is through a shared ...
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Log every IP connecting on a system with iptables

Title says it all. How can I, with iptables under Linux, log all IP connecting to a server? As a little detail, I'd like to have only ONE entry in the log PER DAY PER IP. Thanks :) EDIT: I ...
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Wireshark filter to only capture Incoming Packets?

I am trying to setup a Filter (so my log files aren't massive) that will capture only incoming traffic. I have looked on http://wiki.wireshark.org/CaptureFilters but so far have been unable to find a ...
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Filter the output of a log file

Question I've a log-File which display all console-logs of my website in the range of 10.Oct to 1.Nov, start with the logs of 10.Oct. I need all logs from the range of 25.Oct until today. The problem ...
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tcpdump filter on network and subnet mask

I'm using the following tcpdump command: tcpdump -w net75.out -s 0 host 65.207.95.222 I want to change the filter on the single host to be all addresses in the following subnet: 65.192.0.0/10 I ...
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How do I check whether an administrator has viewed the security audit log?

A colleague and I have been discussing an IS audit demo on Windows. One point we'd like to cover is that an administrative/high-privilege user should view the security log within X hours of a failure ...
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How to filter for HTTP 500 responses and their requests in Wireshark?

How do I filter for HTTP 500 responses and their requests in Wireshark? I'm able to use http.response.code == 500 to find all the responses which got the return code 500 but I want to be able to see ...
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Reduce munin logging level

Munin is quite verbose, and logs a bunch of things into munin-graph.log, munin-html.log, munin-limits.log and munin-update.log at each run of munin-cron. I already reduced munin-node logging level by ...
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Limit Internet access to White-Listed Sites?

We have need for certain computers to have their Internet access limited to a list of sites, denying access to all others (white-listing). Some of these sites use HTTPS, so the solution needs to ...
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Filter tcpdump file AFTER capturing

I captured a really big tcpdump file which now always crashes my wireshark. It was captured with no filters and I need to apply some afterwards to make the file smaller. Is this somehow possible?
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Block UDP traffic by rate/string-match on Windows 2008

I am administrating a Windows 2008 server (64-bit). It is being subjected to a focused set of DOS attacks where UDP packets are sent to a specific port and contain a specific string. What I need to ...
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Postfix address filtering

Is it possible to do sender address filtering within postfix itself? I want to block email where the sender and recipient are both root@domain.com except in the case that the email was sent locally. ...
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Set up a Fax server to filter spam

At my work, we have a huge costly multi-function printer that does everything a printer can dream of. It is hooked up directly on a dedicated fax telephone line. Now we receive an increasing amount of ...
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How can I use maildrop to forward a copy to another email address?

I have a postfix + virtual users setup. I have enabled maildrop as the delivery agent. How can I write a filter for a user so that if mail comes from a particular domain to that user a copy also goes ...
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tc prio qdisc for priorization of mysql traffic

I am struggling with tc prio qdisc for a few hours now. I have read the lartc Documentation, Examples and HowTos, but this whole thing is kinda new for me and somewhat confusing :) So this is my ...
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Postfix: Filter emails for my domain for helpdesk email

My helpdesk system doesn't allow to filter by email. Some users send helpdesk tickets from their personal accounts by accident. I would like to make sure that only emails coming from domain.com will ...
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Inaccurate bandwidth limiting in altq queues

I'm setting up an environment where I have one Linux server, one OpenBSD router and one Linux client and I want to be able to limit how much bandwidth the client should be able to use. I've been ...
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Linux ldap authentication, pam_filter ignored

I've set up linux client authentication via ldap, it works. I want to control user's access to several services by adding or removing different OUs for accounts. E.g., if user is allowed to login ...
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How to allow only certain files in Apache

I'd like to filter access to certain files in apache. I want only CGI access. So I tried putting in vhost file: <FilesMatch "\.cgi$"> Order allow,deny Allow from all </FilesMatch> ...
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Traffic shaping: tc filter attached to an HTB class?

Can I attach a tc filter to an HTB class rather than to an HTB qdisc? For example: tc class add dev $IF_LAN parent 1:100 classid 1:180 htb rate 19kbit ceil 2000kbit prio 4 where: 1:100 -> Is ...
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drop ips with iptables from awk result [closed]

I have a log file like this : Frq:15 IP:0.0.0.0 Date: 2014-03-21 12:19:31 AM Frq:9 IP:198.252.206.25 Date: 2014-03-21 12:19:31 AM Now i get column of ip addresses with awk : cat /tmp/test | awk ...
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Free SMS notification of new filtered mail message

Does anyone know how to get notified by SMS for free when a new mail message has been received in the inbox. I am using a script which notifies to my Gmail account if one of my websites are slow or ...
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PF: Block all, but one subnet firewall rule?

I'm trying to do something that I thought would be relatively simple: Block all the traffic to a test server, other than my company's subnet. I've tried things along these lines (111.111.0.0 is my ...
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How to filter some protocols on all ports

Under CentOS, how can I filter traffic by protocol rather than by port? For example, I would like to filter ftp traffic regardless of the port being used in order to prevent users on the network from ...
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Rsync Include and Exclude with Dates

I have a bunch of log files that I sync with another server using rsync. The log files are all named in the format YYYY-MM-DD XXX.txt. I only want to sync the current month and last month of logs ...
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RSYNC Filters Conflicting

I've had to break my rsync tasks down into smaller jobs given the size of my directories. Essentially, I'm doing it alphabetically (i.e., script that syncs folders starting with A-D, E-H, etc, etc). ...
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How to allow a single domain name with iptables

I am looking for a way to make iptables only accept requests for my domain name and reject the others. Lately I misconfigured my apache proxy, it is now fixed, but I keep receiving a load of requests ...
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How to exclude local traffic from AWStats reports?

I have AWStats configured to run on my website, but I would like it to exclude hits coming from myself (localhost) that are seen as originating from these ip addresses: 127.0.0.1 192.168.0.1 How ...
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Separate color from black-and-white pages for printing

My organization has a leased color printer. We pay a per-page cost to the lessor, and the color page cost is far greater than the black-and-white page cost. Our users are pretty good about selecting ...
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Get an IIS 6 ISAPI dll to ignore virtual directories

I have an IIS 6 website with an ISAPI dll to run an application. The application and ISAPI filter works well. I also have a couple of virtual directories set up to handle things like images without ...
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syslogd filtering not working on FreeBSD

I am failing to get filtering by program or facility working in FreeBSD syslogd. I added local6.debug /var/log/test.log !testd *.debug /var/log/test.log to my ...
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trigger script on postfix delivery errors

I'm trying to get postfix to run a script on soft (4xx) and hard (5xx) delivery errors, but I'm not sure where to start. If I understand things correctly, I could insert (pipe-based) filters in the ...
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How can I display-filter the correspondant response to a specific display-filtered request in wireshark?

I am just tracing a very sporadic error in responses to HTTP requests to a specific resource on an embedded device's webserver. So my plan is to run a test over night (or even weekend), capture the ...
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Redirect specific domains with DNS

Currently we filter internet content using OpenDNS, our internal Windows DC/DNS servers point to the router's DNS, which then points to the OpenDNS servers. This works well to block all computer's on ...
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Using mime_header_checks to ACCEPT instead of REJECT?

I'm pretty well versed in using header_checks/mime_header_checks to refuse smtp mail in Postfix, but now I think I've gone off the path of righteousness; I'm trying to suss out a way that I can refuse ...
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PowerShell filter files by date in name

I have many files with different names per day. How can I filter them by the date in their name? For example: app_20130505.log app_20130506.log app_20130507.log app_20130508.log app_20130509.log ...
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Use MikroTik Bridge as a Public IP Firewall for Public Hosted Servers

We want to do this: Internet<->MikroTik in Bridge Mode with Firewall Filter<->Hosted Server The primary objective is to allow RDP and FTP in from the outside but block everything else from ...
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Can't connect using TCP though UDP/ICMP works

My office changed IP addresses yesterday and since then we can't access any site hosted by mediatemple.net plus a couple of other sites. The office connection is ADSL (PPPoA). Both MT and my ISP ...
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tar too slow when file doesn't exist!

I have a gigantic list of files on a text files. This list is passed to tar, like this: cat list.txt | xargs tar rvf archive.tar --ignore-failed-read The problem is that some files that are on the ...
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Copy directories modified by specific users within a certain time frame from an FTP [closed]

I am trying to cleanup a 12TB Windows FTP with several million files. Basically, I want to keep the directories that are still being used by a specific subset of users who had access, and only keep ...