Recap: Secure your SSH access
– allow only whitelisted IP addresses to connect
– use a non-root account for access and disable root
– use keys instead of passwords
– only use modern algorithms
– enable 2FA for SSH
– back up your configuration
– (use dedicated hardware to store your keys)
I ended up just doing it the normal way of configuring everything in /etc/network/interfaces. Away with all the "magic" of dhcpcd and whatever else was trying to mess with my networking config. Done! My #RaspberryPi is now happily exchanging #OSPF and #IBGP routes with my other hosts over #WireGuard. Yay!
While I, in many ways, like what Cloudflare does (and I love that they're now embracing IPFS - congrats to the IPFS project on that!), I also feel like we're already pouring way too much of our data through their systems. It's a massive-scale centralisation problem that we've been blindly going along with for years.
Decentralise, people! This is crucial to keep the Internet as we know it free and open.
Anyone know where I can configure extra IPs on the loopback interface on a rPI running Raspbian? /etc/network/interfaces isn't much help and /etc/dhcpcd.conf mentions nothing about the lo interface. I'm confused :(
Parenting done right... https://infosec.exchange/media/LfZH7bEJ5xZiBGx83zw
I've got GAS...
Gadget Acquisition Syndrome.
For friends where Tor is blocked:
You can now choose additional bridges right inside Tor Browser.
We hope this will allow more people to bypass censorship and browse the web freely and privately.
Mirror: https://tor.ybti.net/ https://twitter.com/torproject/status/1037693971856846848/photo/1 source: https://twitter.com/torproject/status/1037693971856846848
If a company collecting data goes bust, the data often gets packaged and sold. So the question when you sign up for a hot startup is not just if you’re happy sharing your data with them. But also, if you’re happy sharing the data with the company that buys them? The idea that data is an asset—that sometimes it is the only asset left when a startup goes bankrupt—is something that isn’t widely thought about outside the industry. It also may no longer be legal post-#GDPR. #bigdata #privacy
Unix will give you enough rope to shoot yourself in the foot. If you didn’t think rope would do that, you should have read the man page.
Even if you're not allowed to code, you can still write in machine language.
Freedom of Assembly is a human right.
Statistics site for the Fediverse / Federation Show more
IMPORTANT NOTE: The site is opt-in, so it only includes figures from servers that have chosen to be part of the stats. Actual user numbers are probably larger.
If you run an instance/node/pod and want to be included in the stats, enter your site's location in the following address:
At a conference recently, I went over to a table of guys around a computer.
Asked "Whatcha working on, can I join?"
One of them says "It's very complex stuff," with dismissive body language.
Guy I know says "jay can handle it" and makes room for me to sit down.
Yeah, I facilitated multiple sessions at the conference on this, and just spent weeks implementing a related feature.
One rude person doesn't ruin my day anymore, but this type of thing beats down beginners.
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