Letsencrypt – when your blog entries don’t show up on Planet Debian

Recently there is much talk on Planet Debian about LetsEncrypt certs. This is great, because using HTTPS everywhere improves security and gives the NSA some more work to decrypt the traffic. However, when you enabled your blog with a LetsEncrypt cert, you might run into the same problem as I: your new article won’t show up… Continue reading Letsencrypt – when your blog entries don’t show up on Planet Debian

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AKtiVCongrEZ 2016 in Hattingen

Letzte Woche war es wieder soweit: der AKtiVCongrEZ in Hattingen fand statt. Das ist eine Veranstaltung, die von Digitalcourage veranstaltet und von der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung und dem DGB Bildungswerk gefördert wird und bei der sich viele tolle Menschen, die sich rund um Datenschutz und Menschenrechte engagieren, zusammenkommen und Akionen planen. Auch dieses Mal war die… Continue reading AKtiVCongrEZ 2016 in Hattingen

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rpcbind listening on all interfaces

Currently I’m testing GlusterFS as a replicating network filesystem. GlusterFS depends on rpcbind package. No problem with that, but I usually want to have the services that run on my machines to only listen on those addresses/interfaces that are needed to fulfill the task. This is especially important, because rpcbind can be abused by remote attackers… Continue reading rpcbind listening on all interfaces

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