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Tony “Abolish (Pol)ICE” Arcieri 🦀
Fun fact: F5 BIG-IP devices used to store TLS private keys chmod 666, inside of a directory that was chmod 777
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JΞΣΣΞ К. Jul 3
Replying to @bascule
did Dustin design this?
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Simon_Lucy Jul 4
Replying to @bascule @Mario_Vilas
Also known as if we did security securely everything would break.
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Alexandre Sieira Jul 4
Replying to @bascule
I’m just going to leave this here:
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azet Jul 4
Replying to @bascule
hahahaha not surpassingly
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Guillaume Jul 4
a script that audit file permissions (keys and other sensible data) runs nightly on the servers I manage
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Tom999 Jul 4
Replying to @bascule @mikko
Why do you use chmod 666/chmod 777? Just say 666/777 permissions. chmod is the command to change permissions, so chmod 666 will make a file's perms 666 regardless of its prior permissions.
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Tony “Abolish (Pol)ICE” Arcieri 🦀 Jul 4
Replying to @togr999 @mikko
Cool story bro
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* head shown actual size Jul 3
Replying to @bascule
Their config language was TCL so I'm incredibly unsurprised by this
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ʎɥdoɹq uɐıɹq Jul 3
Replying to @slyphon @bascule
I still can feel how horrible their API was ... iControl SOAP 🤮 ... and "transaction" ... 🤮😡🤮😡
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