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I'm a Ruby on Rails (among other things) developer at Rooster Park just working to share the love


Nov
18
comment What is the Range of IP-Adresses (IP4) my Website Visitors will never have?
Absolutely. Syn-flood attacks, for example, purposely don't want to receive a response. That's part of how the attack works
Jul
7
comment What is the Range of IP-Adresses (IP4) my Website Visitors will never have?
doesn't seem like that would help much given a user could still craft the packet to use a public ip instead of a known private ip
Jul
7
comment What is the Range of IP-Adresses (IP4) my Website Visitors will never have?
fair point. If the site is hosted internally, any private address can show up, and if a (possibly malicious) user decides to hand craft packets, they can mess with the ip address and try to send whatever they want
Nov
18
comment What sandboxing environment can be used in shared hosting (no root access)?
didn't know that root access wasn't allowed in this question. I knew they were using DH, but I assumed other techniques were valid.
Nov
15
comment Why change default ssh port?
not to mention that a port scanner will try other ports too.
Nov
5
comment Use of DNS CName Security
sounds like FUD to me. I don't see how a CNAME could be less secure than an A record, but I'll let someone with more knowledge chime in with an actual answer.
Nov
2
comment How to fix 'Repository moved permanently to'? using VisualSVN / Subversion
Ah, my bad, for some reason I read the question as saying that it was an existing repo on a reinstall, and so I thought the client already had a connection.