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comment Is there a security risk to disclosing your SSH known_hosts file?
Instead of manually calculating the line number and removing it with sed, you can also use ssh-keygen -R example.com.
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comment Is there a security risk to disclosing your SSH known_hosts file?
...or if you do not check the host fingerprint in the first place, use something like ssh -oUserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null -oStrictHostKeyChecking=no user@host to bypass the fingerprint question and avoid checks against existing known_hosts.
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revised Can I bind a (large) block of addresses to an interface?
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comment Change source IP address based on the system user
This is exactly what I am using now since it does not seem to be possible to rewrite the src addr using policy routing. It somehow makes sense, the "reroute check" in the packet flow probably only looks at which interface a packet should be delivered. The source address is likely filled in when a socket is opened and connected.
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comment Change source IP address based on the system user
@Glueon That makes no difference as I expected. The filter table is visited slightly later than the mangle table for OUTPUT. See this picture of the packet flow.
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comment How to change default install path for Notepad++ in Powershell silent/unattended script
Related: nsis.sourceforge.net/Docs/Chapter4.html#silent
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comment Complex Nginx Vhost Config
@user3393046 You could do that at nginx level using rewrite, but you could also make PHP parse the URL.
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answered Complex Nginx Vhost Config