Staying up later than my usual bedtime I see a message actually inboxing somewhere I read that should not see anything incoming and my blacklist swelling as indication that bsdly.blogspot.com/2020/02/the is still happening. Here's hoping it turns out teachable.

ICYMI: If you do not want a domain to receive any mail, there is a way to be at last somewhat civil about it. There's a different DNS trick for that.

RFC7505 and a few notes bsdly.blogspot.com/2021/02/rfc

Simple #Gemini capsule managed by Nextcloud (hosting and file edition) and served by Vger.

gemini://perso.pw:1966/

:flan_shrug:

ICYMI: That grumpy BSD guy: RFC7505 Means Yes, Your Domain Can Refuse to Handle Mail. Please Leave Us a TXT If You Do. bsdly.blogspot.com/2021/02/rfc with thanks to @thorsheim for a flash reminder of that actually useful RFC

That grumpy BSD guy: RFC7505 Means Yes, Your Domain Can Refuse to Handle Mail. Please Leave Us a TXT If You Do. bsdly.blogspot.com/2021/02/rfc (with thanks to @thorsheim for reminding me of that actually useful RFC)

Oh, it's that time of the month or something:

Feb 19 14:19:24 skapet sshd[1336]: Failed password for invalid user / from 203.128.242.166 port 46516 ssh2

One more for the chronicles: a glance at recent ssh password guesser logs shows a lot of attempts with 1 or 2 character user names (log for Feb so far bsdly.net/~peter/newpart.txt) -- weird, why would that be a winning strategy? (notes on previous: bsdly.blogspot.com/2013/10/the)

BREAKING pf(4) change: change route-to so it sends packets to IPs instead of interfaces. undeadly.org/cgi?action=articl

I find a measure of comfort in seeing that mailer-daemon at several of domains I admin has made it onto the address lists of somebot claiming to be an amorous woman wanting attention via registering on their website.

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