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An IT Professional since 2004


Feb
24
revised How can I sniff the traffic of remote machine with wireshark?
added hub possibility for dump switches
Feb
24
suggested approved edit on How can I sniff the traffic of remote machine with wireshark?
Feb
24
comment PFSENSE Bridge on of the Network Interfaces
Am I getting you right: pfSense connects to the WAN and has ext. IP like 1.2.3.4. DrayTek sits behind pfSense and they need to access it from WAN over 1.2.3.4 on some ports?
Feb
24
answered Installing cURL on Ubuntu
Feb
23
comment Gaining access to remote server over SSH from the same machine but with a different IP address
I have no clue why there should be a problem with the key. Please provide more information on error messages.
Jan
30
awarded  Editor
Jan
30
revised Group Policy: Assigning and Publishing Software Packages
edited body
Jan
13
comment Virtual Network Interface
please explain exactly what you want to know from us.
Dec
14
comment How to block all root login attempts using denyhosts and or fail2ban?
good info, but i think he wanted to know how to block all logins using user root... can't see that in your answer. maybe you forgot that.
Oct
31
answered Can not see drive in Remote Desktop Connection
Oct
31
answered Group Policy: Assigning and Publishing Software Packages
Sep
27
comment how to secure an vmware esxi host on a root server?
That's for Version 5 of ESXi. As I stated: "on ESXi 5 VMware included a packet filter"
Sep
18
awarded  Supporter
Sep
16
answered Why isn't the root domain also a name server?
Sep
15
answered how to secure an vmware esxi host on a root server?
Sep
14
comment htacces & sub-directories
sorry i missunderstood
Sep
14
answered htacces & sub-directories
Sep
14
comment What are the 'gotcha's' a software developer needs to look out for if tasked with setting up a production ready server?
It depends extremely on your demands. closing and than opening is the best way like mfinni said. i know it sounds like a lot of work, but that's needed for a real hardened server. first of all start with pen and paper (or digital equivalent ;-) and take some time writing down what services are needed for the server to do his job. after that, take a coffee break... take your sheet again and overthink your writings. did you forget some? is everything on this list really needed or can you strip down some? building a good firewall is at least half the time planing it.
Sep
13
awarded  Teacher
Sep
13
answered What are the 'gotcha's' a software developer needs to look out for if tasked with setting up a production ready server?