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Mischa ๐Ÿก ๐Ÿ˜Ž
โ€ข High5! โ€ข (HXX) โ€ข (Open|Free)BSD โ€ข Creator of Postfix Admin โ€ข mischa@bsd.network
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NLnet Labs 19h
And Ralph unveiling the awesome new logos for NSD and Unbound at the Nordic Domain Days -- are you in Stockholm? Come find Ralph and Roland for cool Unbound stickers!
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Mischa ๐Ÿก ๐Ÿ˜Ž 15h
Works for me!
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Reyk Flรถter 21h
Replying to @reykfloeter
Security researchers will have the time of their lives, the 90s all over again. tfn2k20? Only Google will control access to their resources, not the firewalls. QUIC is hijacking the Internet and network security as we know it. Interesting times. /3.
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Reyk Flรถter 21h
Replying to @reykfloeter
The QUIC stack will be some random package on github that is pulled in by the language of your choice. The programs will not utilize any kind of privsep because the QUIC stack will run in the same process. Who cares. Packet filters are obsolete because the OS is not involved. 2/
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Reyk Flรถter 21h
Good summary of HTTP/3. So weโ€™ll replace matured, well-reviewed TCP/IP stacks in OS kernels with QUIC stacks in applications such as Chrome and create QUIC implementations per language such as Go, Lua, Rust, node.js, Python, C++, Java, etc. 1/
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Bert Hubert ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ Nov 19
Replying to @letoams @jpmens
Now that browsers have crossed the Rubicon and are skipping 'gethostbyname()' (or equivalent) & the stub resolver, nothing technically stops them from validating themselves. Currently they even will now skip your *own* system validation btw!
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OpenBSD Amsterdam Nov 17
One more VM and we have hit 150 VMs in just 6 months! \o/
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Reyk Flรถter Nov 16
Fewer features but less code, better quality, and chroot/privdrop/pledge โ€œsecure by defaultโ€ (unveil is a TODO). Unique features such as sync and pf integration. Much of the dhcpd code has been rewritten by and is being improved by many developers since then.
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Bert Hubert ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ Nov 18
So here's a fun DNS over HTTPs (DoH) statistic. I currently measure 22 TCP port 443 packets per query. With UDP that would be 2 packets per query. So count on a factor of *10* increase in packets per second for DoH. 1/2
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Mischa ๐Ÿก ๐Ÿ˜Ž Nov 18
Mist zeker iets!
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I use OpenBSD Nov 9
This account references all OpenBSD ๐Ÿกย users. Just follow to get listed.
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Mischa ๐Ÿก ๐Ÿ˜Ž Nov 18
Replying to @romanzolotarev
Good point!
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Roman ๐Ÿก Nov 17
DRAFTS Your feedback is very welcome. 284 LoC of shell handles GET/POST creates/validates tokens validates user input (min/max length) renders messages and saves to a file sends forms via sendmail removes expired tokens
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OpenBSD Amsterdam Nov 16
More stickers in the wild! is now also OpenBSD Amsterdam-ified. :)
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Waarom weet ik dit? Nov 16
Het is vandaag 30 jaar geleden dat Nederland als eerste land in Europa (en als tweede land wereldwijd, het eerste land was de VS) werd aangesloten op het internet.
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Reyk Flรถter Nov 16
Some IPv6 love for OpenBSD vmd(8): local inet6 interfaces patch.
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Wesley Nov 15
Give this a try:
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OpenBSD Amsterdam Nov 16
The CPUs have been replaced and the VMs are starting.
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Mischa ๐Ÿก ๐Ÿ˜Ž Nov 15
I believe it needs to be: match for any mail-from ".be" action "relay1" match for any mail-from ".be" action "relay2" Looking at the last example of:
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Jan-Piet MENS Nov 15
The has, at the Van der Valk Hotel Utrecht, definitely set completely new levels for conference lunches! Wow.
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