Category Archives: Security

DNSSEC with bind 9(.11) on debian 10(.1)

Since I needed hours to configure dnssec (because of one little failure), I made here a little write-up (in short). Configuration # vi /etc/bind/named.conf.local add file “/var/lib/bind/example.com.zone.signed”; key-directory “/var/lib/bind/”; auto-dnssec maintain; inline-signing yes; to your domain # vi /etc/bind/named.conf.options add … Continue reading

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Tor – How to blacklist

Tor An anonymous Internet communication system is used to surf quiet anonymously through the net. Because of it’s anonymity it is also abused for illegal activity. Below you will find information about how you can denied access from Tor to … Continue reading

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SELinux, Samba, rsync and (maybe) others

Those who installed Samba on Fedora or any other SELinux enabled distribution may have faced the problem when they actually cannot access any Samba shares from their Windows machines. Samba logs in /var/samba/log may show lots of such messages: [2007/07/03 … Continue reading

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Remote Router Traffic Sniffing

Authors: redkommie && muts Content: Sniffing Over GRE Tunnels. Toolset: WHAX v.3.0 && Auditor Security Collection Hardware: Cisco 2600 x 2 URL: http://new.remote-exploit.org/index.php/Router_sniff Download: http://www.hackingdefined.com/movies/gre-sniff.zip Format: AVI (Techsmith Codec) File Size: 64.80 Megs You can just set up any necessary … Continue reading

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