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What do you use ? What did you found convenient ? What didn't worked ?
I wonder how many infosec/opsec types will flinch when I tell them I want unconstrained access to areas of the system from a container?
With good reason too.
I want to control the whole of the network 'engine' from a container using a distro that's tuned for exactly this purpose.
I want to containerize services off to the side of that.
Seems quite reasonable. I want a base distro that gets me the device nodes spun up and the like and the containers doing the magic.
Sounds like vsphere huh?
Hey uh, I know I've tooted a lot about this, but I'm gonna do it again.
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I just saw this thread from @tinker
This seems odd. Could it be some kind of red herring or random thing to keep eyes off what's actually going on?
@iamtheky - Yeah... The key thing to me, is they don't seem to have that experience writing malware proper. There's none of that back and forth "reading between the lines" that you see in IT malware. Where the malware coder is playing games with the reverse engineer.
They only concerned themselves with the specific task at hand. They didn't concern themselves with being caught or having their code analyzed.
Of great interest to me here is how this malware was written. I don't have a direct sample, but I've seen some screenshots.
It's in python, unobfuscated, easily readable, and with decent comments! There's none of the standard malware obfuscation / AV evasion!
It's almost as if someone grabbed an ICS developer. Told him to write code to kill people. And the guy did so, while following standard Agile SDLC methodology.
It's just so... odd...
Missed this - Posted on April 10, 2018.
Update on HatMan (aka TRISIS, TRITON) malware. Specifically targets Industrial Control System Safety Controllers.
By attacking safety controllers, the attackers appear to be specifically attempting to damage physical equipment and harm people.
Anyone know how to properly manage access to individual devices via LXC?
I need to pass through more than a few directly (if possible) and...
I'm not quite sure how to tease apart the docs.
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Do you find the media (images/videos) load slow?
If yes, how much would speeding it up would benefit your experience?
It works great for me but I am pretty close to the data center. So I would like to know how much is this affecting users and if it is a priority for me to work on.
A couple of ideas re the OneNote exfil:
1. See what the API can do.
2. If the API sucks, then go onenote to Evernote and filter out picture notes (mostly recipes)
3. Nextcloud Notes https://github.com/brantje/nextnote hosted on vps using Evernote HTML import
4. Alternatively, evernote to plain text offering: https://github.com/claytron/ever2simple
5. orgzly and syncthing locally and vps https://medium.com/@JosephKiran/replacing-cloud-based-to-do-apps-with-orgzly-and-syncthing-6a065419d61
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I also get some really odd crashes when i ctrl-c while running a ping.
The whole LXC container likes to reboot and/or bark about not having the ability to create device nodes.
I'm quickly descending into territory that's full of 'YOU REALLY DON"T WANT THIS!!!'
No, I kinda do. I understand the implications of dev/proc/sys being exposed fully to an LXC container and I actually want that container to affect state on the main OS.
Even poweroff kind of...
It really is interesting how far I managed to take this.
I don't think the LXC folk envisioned someone wanting to overtake the standard network stack and prevent the main OS from doing any management of it...
But I do want to make networking an LXC containers problem.
Having a self-contained router that's 100% of my network stack for management is a *good* thing.
That and it simplifies putting app containers on the box too.
It's an edge case but a very important one.
The complete lack of wpa and what seems to be a regression in iw tools worries me.
I really hope this is very temporary....
If nothing else I've made serious progress?
Still curious why I seem to be lacking WPA support though.
You have to create the /etc/config/wireless file with the device entry.
At least it kinda sorta, maybe works?