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Sep
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reviewed Reviewed Windows Server 2008 R2 network adapter stops working, requires hard reboot
Sep
18
reviewed No Action Needed How do I increase swap memory in debian?
May
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May
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Jan
5
comment Are there any TLD registrars that support dnscurve?
DJB has not released a new version of djbdns with DNSCurve support. 3rd parties have released patches for dnscache and a forwarder for tinydns.
Jan
5
comment DNS server with easiest GUI
I downvoted your answer because you're recommending software that: 1) needs patches for security vulnerabilities out of the box (which you're apparently not aware of, since you didn't mention them) 2) Does not support DNSSEC.
Dec
27
revised How to use hdparm to fix a pending sector?
expanded answer
Dec
27
answered How to use hdparm to fix a pending sector?
Dec
26
comment Using .local for internal websites
Any entity with sufficient cash can now purchase .1 - .9 from ICANN.
Dec
26
comment Using .local for internal websites
Everything to the right of the dot is now fair game: name.com/new-gtld
Dec
25
comment DNS responses from ISP are slower and slower, solution?
-1 for djbdns - it has security problems out of the box (Check the CVE database) and it doesn't do DNSSEC.
Dec
25
comment DNS server with easiest GUI
-1 for djbdns - It has security problems out of the box (Check the CVE database) and it doesn't do DNSSEC.
Dec
25
comment How should one manager external and internal DNS servers at the same time?
I no longer recommend djbdns. It doesn't do DNSSEC, and it has security problems out of the box (go check the CVE database).
Dec
25
answered in house DNS server
Dec
25
comment in house DNS server
No DNSSEC. The security is not as good as folks claim, either, go check the CVE entries.
Dec
25
comment in house DNS server
Nobody should be using djbdns nowadays. It doesn't do DNSSEC. Not to mention, it has three CVE listings against it, only one of which there is a really good easy fix for.
Dec
25
revised Stop spoof emails in Google Apps
correct brain fart
Dec
25
comment Stop spoof emails in Google Apps
I don't see how the domain in the forged envelope From being configured with a catch all speeds up a spam run.
Dec
25
comment Stop spoof emails in Google Apps
SPF isn't going to do anything in this case - ferris.edu is hosted with Google Apps and Google does not refuse mail based on SPF failures, even hardfail. Why Google is doing-accept-then-bounce on an unknown user instead of just rejecting with a 5XX is the real question here.
Dec
25
answered Stop spoof emails in Google Apps