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Nov
1
comment Disable HTTP Methods in Apache
Mod_rewrite also runs slow regex on every URL process, which slows the server down. Use with caution.
Nov
1
answered what is the point of stripping a binary/elf program?
Oct
27
answered How to exploit data being written to file
Oct
18
answered Linux tool for IPv6 unsolicited neighbor advertisements
Oct
18
comment Linux tool for IPv6 unsolicited neighbor advertisements
Are you trying to force the new MAC<->IPv6 mappings on your local segment's neighbours?
Oct
5
answered Security question pertaining web application deployment
Aug
28
comment Can I log ALL Apache traffic?
What are you trying to achieve?
Aug
16
answered Is chmod 700 on a directory sufficient to prevent arbitrary access to subdirectories?
Aug
16
comment Apache Virtual Host by name
The general answer is yes, but there are some sub-cases. Which type of vhosting are you trying to do? IP, port, name, or mass name-based vhosting?
Jul
27
comment simple statistical analysis from shell level
"overkill is underrated" (from the new A-Team movie)
Jul
7
comment http basic auth using .htacces/.htpasswd allowing slightly incorrect passwords
Try changing the hashing algorithm to SHA1 or MD5, see if that fixes it.
May
28
awarded  Yearling
May
20
comment What does 'set -e' do, and why might it be considered dangerous?
What this reminded me of is a C++ prof of mine that was always pulling points from my assignments for not having single entry point/single exit point in a program. I thought it was a purely a 'principle' thing, but this set -e business definitely demos how and why things can completely spin out of control. Ultimately programs are about control and determinism, and with premature termination you give up both.
May
19
answered What does 'set -e' do, and why might it be considered dangerous?
May
19
comment How to take snapshot of the filesystem in linux (files, their sizes only, not their data)
Then AIDE it is.
May
19
comment How to take snapshot of the filesystem in linux (files, their sizes only, not their data)
What kind of changes? Content of files, or just changes in the metadata, like permissions or ownership?
Apr
12
comment Tools a Unix administrator cannot live without
if you like tail -f, you will love multitail
Feb
13
answered Tail multiple remote files
Jan
11
awarded  Fanatic
Dec
25
comment Do I need seperate iptables rule for ipv6 address?
Do you have IPv6 enabled by default? A lot of distros these days come with it enabled. If yes, then you definitely want to filter out IPv6 explicitly, as IPv6 has a lot of built in connectivity, even if you don't configure it.