Jens Björnhager

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Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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awarded  Supporter
Oct
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accepted What HTTP status code should an unconfigured domain return?
Oct
4
comment What HTTP status code should an unconfigured domain return?
I guess I should disable the DNS altogether for domains I want out of reach.
Oct
3
comment What HTTP status code should an unconfigured domain return?
I suppose an empty document is an effective way of preventing indexing :P
Oct
3
asked What HTTP status code should an unconfigured domain return?
May
3
accepted How can a Postfix/Dovecot(ssl)/Apache/Roundcube(non-ssl) setup leak email addresses?
Apr
28
comment How can a Postfix/Dovecot(ssl)/Apache/Roundcube(non-ssl) setup leak email addresses?
1. As stated in another answer, I include a ten character random string, so randomly hitting a valid alias seems unlikely. 2. It would mean that this company which states that their system is tight, have accidentaly published my email address twice. At least this would mean that the wrong is not on my end. I have considered the possibility that someone got the addressed from the internet itself; that somewhere along the way, someone caught my address as I entered it at their website. Twice. Or glimpsed my addresses or password as I login or use my non-SSL webmail. Very local connections.
Apr
28
comment How can a Postfix/Dovecot(ssl)/Apache/Roundcube(non-ssl) setup leak email addresses?
cr.yp.to/smtp/vrfy.html deems rejecting VRFY as "dangerous" as there are clients that use it. Still, when disabled, the address is verified against local recipients at the RCPT TO command anyway. And bruteforcing email addresses does not seem plausible as most of my addresses include a ten character random string.
Apr
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awarded  Student
Apr
27
asked How can a Postfix/Dovecot(ssl)/Apache/Roundcube(non-ssl) setup leak email addresses?
Apr
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awarded  Scholar
Apr
26
comment mod_rewrite: Rewriting / to cgi script
Excellent, thanks. There was some problem with reply notifications, sorry for high latency :)
Apr
26
accepted mod_rewrite: Rewriting / to cgi script
Feb
20
comment mod_rewrite: Rewriting / to cgi script
I just want to (silently) redirect "abc.de[/]" to "abc.de/cgi-bin/script.cgi?123"
Nov
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comment mod_rewrite: Rewriting / to cgi script
Strange. With that, it returns the correct document, but the URL itself isn't rewritten; it stays the same!
Nov
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asked mod_rewrite: Rewriting / to cgi script