Posts Tagged ‘network’

I’ve been wanting to write about this for a bit. I usually VPN (to the gateway at home) for surfing when roaming. This also gives me access to my shellbox and with my ssh key. You can usually connect to port 443 (https) on most networks, even those that force you to use a socks […]

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012 at 16:00 | 2 comments

I’ve seen anti-spoofing mentioned on #illumos and #openindiana a few times but googling it turns up little information. Although I didn’t check it out until rmustacc‘s adviced me to do so regarding a KVM IPv6 issue I’m facing. After asking around about it and and some further research it also seems to go by the […]

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012 at 18:12 | Comments Off on Solaris Antispoof / Link Protection
Categories: Solaris, Technology

Here is a little trick to connect to a server that requires a SSL Client certificate when your client does not support it. To make it work your client must be able to use a proxy. We will use this proxy to rewrite certain servers to a reverse proxy that injects the client certificate. Lets […]

Thursday, July 5th, 2012 at 23:12 | Comments Off on SSL Client certificate injection using reverse and forward proxies
Categories: Networking, Technology

Some of you may have noticed, but most probably haven’t. All my important public facing services are now IPv6 ready! DNS (caveat only my primary ns server is IPv6 ready – including glue) HTTP(s) (This website and webmail are available over IPv6) SSH SSL VPN IMAP SMTP (This was my main motivation to move to […]

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012 at 04:34 | Comments Off on IPv6, Are you ready?
Categories: Networking, Technology
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