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I'm Greek-Italian, living currently in Czech Republic, Studying Pharmacy. I enjoy technology, programming (Ruby), blogging, snowboarding, basketball and reading.


Jul
23
comment reroute tcp connections to remote server so that they connect to localhost instead
Why not modify the script instead?
Jul
11
awarded  Commentator
Jul
11
comment Ping only OS Detection with nmap?
@MattUebel well yes and no. Router can modify the TTL so again it's not an all-around idea, specially since some ISPs tend to play with these flags more often than not.
Jul
11
comment Ping only OS Detection with nmap?
@tonyroth sure, I was referring to the ones who run... You issue via netcat/telnet a "HEAD" request will show some info, sometimes enough (Apache/SSL Debian Wheezy, etc.). It's a very old trick. Same can be used for other ports but as you said, no server runs every service...
Jul
11
answered Ping only OS Detection with nmap?
Jul
11
awarded  Teacher
Jul
11
answered Are apache logs hack proof
Jul
9
awarded  Tumbleweed
Nov
24
awarded  Supporter
Nov
24
accepted Block Google requests to 16k using pf firewall
Nov
12
comment Block Google requests to 16k using pf firewall
"source-track-global" is not made for that sort of thing. It doesn't work by accumulating data from each different ip. I changed my pf.conf since then, but I can look at my backups if you wanna know the details.
Oct
31
revised Block Google requests to 16k using pf firewall
Changed the seconds calculations for 24h, was wrong.
Oct
31
asked Block Google requests to 16k using pf firewall
Sep
10
awarded  Student
Sep
9
awarded  Editor
Jan
17
awarded  Scholar
Jan
17
accepted FreeBSD 9.0 supports only IPv6. What this practically means?
Jan
17
comment FreeBSD 9.0 supports only IPv6. What this practically means?
Yeah I got victim of FUD. There other people who don't quite understand the things I've asked and replicate false deductions. Thanks for answering.
Jan
17
asked FreeBSD 9.0 supports only IPv6. What this practically means?
Jan
17
awarded  Autobiographer