Monthly Archives: June 2017

Show me where the 0-day touched you!

Shortly after the first shock and awe about the effectiveness of this piece of wiper-cloaked-as-ransomware, the usual game of blaming the NSA for hoarding security vulnerabilities – they are an intelligence agency, it’s their job, even if I don’t like … Continue reading

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Nextcloud via httpd on OpenBSD

Using OpenBSDs httpd for static content has worked well for a while now. No big surprise, given that the typical configuration file for a static website looks something like this: server “www.example.com” { alias “example.com” listen on * port 80 … Continue reading

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