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Apr
27
awarded  Yearling
Apr
27
accepted Can I extract a private key out of Tomcat's memory?
Apr
26
comment Can I extract a private key out of Tomcat's memory?
I actually ended up finding a copy somewhere else (thank god!) but if no one else answers for a little bit, I'll go ahead and mark this as accepted. thanks.
Apr
26
asked Can I extract a private key out of Tomcat's memory?
Apr
17
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
17
comment How can I resolve DNS problems somewhere in the middle of recursion?
@AndrewB oh, I know. You're welcome, trust me :)
Apr
16
asked How can I resolve DNS problems somewhere in the middle of recursion?
Jan
19
comment Although 80 and 443 are system ports, how are most web servers able to bind to them anyway?
and just to clarify for OP: the reason that option #1 works is because when processes drop privileges, they're allowed to retain open file descriptors - even if they wouldn't be allowed to open them a second time.
Nov
23
awarded  Caucus
May
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awarded  Outspoken
Apr
20
comment What is the difference between UDP and TCP?
these images have died.
Apr
18
awarded  Critic
Apr
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
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awarded  Talkative
Feb
22
awarded  Good Question
Nov
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awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
23
comment Ping and traceroute can resolve my IP, but real clients (Apache, Adium, ssh) cannot
Weird, the issue happened all the way up until I asked this question, and then it automagically started working. Probably I invalidated a cache or something in diagnostics, so I think the DNS cache was the culprit.
Jul
23
accepted Ping and traceroute can resolve my IP, but real clients (Apache, Adium, ssh) cannot
Jul
23
revised Ping and traceroute can resolve my IP, but real clients (Apache, Adium, ssh) cannot
works on OS X too
Jul
23
suggested approved edit on Ping and traceroute can resolve my IP, but real clients (Apache, Adium, ssh) cannot