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Feb
20
comment CloudFront, S3, EC2: how can you reroute request from CloudFront to EC2 unless file exist at S3?
This is awesome! How come we've missed this?! Anyway, will give it a go and tell you the outcome.
Feb
20
asked CloudFront, S3, EC2: how can you reroute request from CloudFront to EC2 unless file exist at S3?
Feb
18
comment How can you investigate a daily traffic drain?
Now I wonder, what the heck is this: f.cl.ly/items/0d2I2k460S3Q3I2U1m3n/…
Feb
18
comment How can you investigate a daily traffic drain?
Thanks, among the tried ntop, ntopng, iftop nethogs was the most informative!
Feb
18
accepted How can you investigate a daily traffic drain?
Feb
18
asked How can you investigate a daily traffic drain?
Mar
18
awarded  Supporter
Mar
15
comment How to create Python (2.7.3) RPM package?
@MichaelHampton thank you for your interest. However, it is indeed the full error message i get for python setup.py bdist_rmp command. Also I got some progress with checkinstall, but now I'm stuck with conflict problem.
Mar
15
revised How to create Python (2.7.3) RPM package?
Added extra actions.
Mar
15
awarded  Editor
Mar
15
revised How to create Python (2.7.3) RPM package?
a little edit.
Mar
15
asked How to create Python (2.7.3) RPM package?
Dec
4
comment Why chroot is considered insecure?
MDMarra, so basically, chroot isn't meant to be used for capturing SSH connections. Then, in your opinion, does "chrooting the incoming SSH connections" sound somewhat unprofessional to you and should it be avoided?
Dec
4
awarded  Scholar
Dec
4
accepted Why chroot is considered insecure?
Dec
4
comment Why chroot is considered insecure?
Perfect! Thank you very much. So this is the matter of root processes that are present in the root or are accessible from it. Thanks.
Dec
4
comment Why chroot is considered insecure?
Thank you. So now it becomes more clear, that chroot itself isn't poor on security but rather it's security depends on the environment where it is set up.
Dec
4
comment Why chroot is considered insecure?
@SvenW thanks, I'll keep in mind your tip for the future. And about the 'second', well, sorry, but I do not see how my question violates the FAQ. After reading it twice now, I can say it doesn't. As of phrase "play around with CentOS", well, I thought it's quite obvious that chrooting and SFTP-only users and being considered about the security is a very serious topic that professionals can benefit from as well in their corporate or in any other "professional" environments.
Dec
4
awarded  Student
Dec
4
asked Why chroot is considered insecure?