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Aug
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comment Why is Wireshark not capturing certain POST requests?
@TeroKilkanen exactly. If you don't have that, you use a MitM proxy - so the connection goes "Your server" -https-> "Proxy" -different_https-> "Their server". The proxy is the one who is really talking to the remote server, so it can see the unencrypted data.
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comment Why is Wireshark not capturing certain POST requests?
@RTF more options added.
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comment Why is Wireshark not capturing certain POST requests?
@RTF added advice if you are on the webserver side of things.
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answered Why is Wireshark not capturing certain POST requests?
Aug
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answered Exchange 2010 multidomain
Aug
11
comment plenty of ram but still swapping
@mehdiazizi answer updated.
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comment plenty of ram but still swapping
@mehdiazizi Looks fine to me
Aug
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answered plenty of ram but still swapping
Aug
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answered VPN Security: unknown users trying to connect PPTP VPN
Aug
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comment Which domain should have 'abuse' or 'postmaster' or “fbl” email accounts?
If you are actually hosting the email for these domains (client1domain.com's MX record points to a server you control) then you can do what you want with postmaster@. But if you don't control the domain, and just let people use it as an reply to address, you can't.
Aug
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comment Which domain should have 'abuse' or 'postmaster' or “fbl” email accounts?
No, you certainly can't check their email. That's the problem with letting them use a domain you don't control. Some will send it to the domain's admin, some to the actual mail server's admin.
Aug
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answered Which domain should have 'abuse' or 'postmaster' or “fbl” email accounts?
Aug
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comment Backup without the help of softwares
I find backupninja (labs.riseup.net/code/projects/backupninja) to work quite well.
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answered Backup without the help of softwares
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comment Backup without the help of softwares
Your question is nonsensical. All operations on a computer use "softwares". Tar is software. Gzip is software. All of linux is a collection of software. Without software your computer is primarily useful as a paperweight.