Separate names with a comma.
I see that nothing much has changed in the amateurish way that this software is developed.
zfs list explicitely has -p and -H to output parsable...
As long as that server truthfully resolves any name on the Internet, you have a tunnel.
It's not simply VPN on port 53, it's VPN inside DNS requests/answers. It's really just a last resort, though. Performance sucks.
Connecting via OpenVPN, in decreasing levels of visibility:
1. on udp/1194
2. on tcp/443
3. in a TLS tunnel on tcp/443
If the last one doesn't...
From a security standpoint a closed port vs. a "dead" port makes no difference. You also don't hide a system this way. If there is a system on an...
Wait a minute, what's the issue here again? Are you those guys that think "stealthed" is something you want to be to benefit security?
v1 doesn't have RNG aka Secure Key.
Why not simply answer the question?
As for torrented OSes, check the convenient SHA1 checksum on the MSDN page.
I have no idea what you guys are talking about:
"Release Date: 8/11/2016"
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What are you agreeing to here? What you quoted made no statement about performance. That APU probably runs circles around that old Netburst CPU.
Remove the local file?
Everything is possible.
I'd use HAProxy. It's the best thing since sliced bread for HTTP(S) wizardry.
Or so you think.
You confuse two types of logging here - logging which address was assigned to which customer at a given time and actually logging what that...
Or, if you want to use the mountpoint as a parent property to be inherited, canmount=off.
Not a game, but...
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I doubt you forward recursive requests to the root servers (Edit: because they wouldn't answer them). What you probably mean is simply "doing DNS...
Somehow I don't believe that msnbot-*.search.msn.com is a host you connect _to_. Since he doesn't mention it explicitly, one must assume he simply...
Which is absolutely useless if you can't see the source. There could be anything in it.
And also, friends don't recommend Oracle to friends....
Wipe at least the first and last 1MB. If you can, wipe them completely for peace of mind, although it _should_ not be necessary.
I can only assume you're talking about a TPM holding the key. That would bind the disk to the hardware.
But VC doesn't do that and disk...
Just boot a Linux CD and use dd.
And no, why would encryption prevent cloning?
Where do you get that information? Seems completely wrong.
If you connect a device that never sends a single frame, the switch will never know...
Switch interfaces don't need individual MAC addresses. Why would you even think so?
You want to avoid commercial CAs unless absolutely necessary. If you need to prove authenticity only to yourself, why would you trust an...
Do unrelated parties need to securely access your ESXi over the Internet? Otherwise, why buy a commercial cert for your own stuff? Makes no sense.
and I don't see any validation for that. If that's your justification for anything, then there is no need to oppose anything, because...
Who said it's OK?
You assume too much.
That old fallacy again...
Who says that privacy-conscious people use an out-of-the-box smartphone? Or that they use a smartphone at all for...
No sympathy at all for Microsoft from me. They brought this to themselves.
Saying Samba is not SMB isn't correct, either. Samba is a software implementing SMB. In a way, it is SMB, but you should use the protocol name and...
That's only useful if you do it anonymously, but then it becomes pointless. If this can be traced back to you, you just shot yourself in the foot...
Stop perpetuating myths. There is nothing like a 1000:1 "rule" (for normal, non-dedup usage).
You can run that array with 8GB RAM just fine,...
If there weren't so many people doing all sorts of crazy stupid bullshit, one could still find those crude inside jokes funny. :>
So useless. Why even post?
Seriously, this is like grandpa having frequent heart attacks and you're asking for an easy-to-use, portable defibrilator.
Fix the issue. :)
It doesn't work that way.
You need a tunnel between your server and your LAN.