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Software developer working primarily in C# and MS SQL.


Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
6
comment Netcat “Connection refused” on localhost
None of that was in the question. The rest of the users reading this might try the same tactic and fall victim because they aren't in the middle of a jungle.
Feb
6
comment Netcat “Connection refused” on localhost
This is horribly insecure. You just allowed anyone who breaks into your web application to listen on any port and worse yet run any application AS ROOT.
Feb
6
comment Can Netcat talk to an encrypted port?
Yes, netcat will be able to connect to it but that's it. You won't see any traffic because your client cannot send the initial SSL client setup. Is your goal to see if the TCP port is listening for connections?
Feb
5
comment Real-time monitoring script for apache with only specific fields listed
What have you tried? You do not specify what your 'real-time monitoring' is now.
Feb
5
awarded  Critic
Feb
5
awarded  Commentator
Feb
5
comment blocked all but 2 ips for remote desktop services in windows firewall still getting bad logins
Check all of the other rules that are enabled. Make sure none of them allow that port (either specifically or through a range) or a program you do not recognize, such as svchost.exe.
Feb
5
comment Does MX Records have anything to do with outbound email?
Another example of MX records affecting outbound email is improperly setup SPF records relying on the "mx" mechanism without any other mechanisms and not sending email from the MX IPs.
Jan
9
answered High Speed Connection Download Speed Issue
Dec
27
comment Routing issue from one network another one thru an openvpn server
Use tcpdump on the OpenBSD machine (openvpn client) to see if response packets are coming back. Check tcpdump on the openvpn server as well to see if packets are coming through the tunnel. It is most likely one or both of these issues: 1) IP forwarding is not enabled (use sysctl). 2) The network the ping is originating from is not routable from the other side (from the openvpn server side).
Dec
18
awarded  Editor
Dec
18
revised Xen: can't get Dom0 and the DomUs to ping eachother
Updated answer to reflect question edits
Dec
18
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
18
suggested suggested edit on Xen: can't get Dom0 and the DomUs to ping eachother
Dec
12
answered Xen: can't get Dom0 and the DomUs to ping eachother
Dec
12
comment Restore data from overwritten LVM
You can search for file system superblocks using certain tools. For example, when recovering from a lost disklabel in a BSD system, you can run scan_ffs(8) to discover data about file systems on a given disk. There should be similar tools for Linux and instructions for recovering the data.
Dec
12
comment Xen: can't get Dom0 and the DomUs to ping eachother
Please provide the Xen config file for either of the DomU's. From the looks of brctl, vif3.0 and vif4.0 which correspond to DomU ID 3 and 4 (respectively) are added to the lxcbr0 bridge.
Dec
12
awarded  Revival
Dec
12
awarded  Teacher