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Dec
19
answered Using different SSDs types (not only SATA based) as system drive
Jul
23
awarded  Critic
Jul
20
comment Is there a tool that can test what SSL/TLS cipher suites a particular website offers?
Unfortunately it does support only HTTPS on standard port, can't use it to check POP3S, IMAPS or IMAP with TLS
Jul
20
comment Is there a tool that can test what SSL/TLS cipher suites a particular website offers?
openssl 1.0 needs a change: if [[ "$result" =~ "Cipher :" ]] ; then instead of if [[ "$result" =~ "Cipher is " ]] ; then I also test for SSL2 and secure renegotiation: echo -n Testing ssl2... result=$(echo -n | openssl s_client -ssl2 -connect $SERVER 2>&1) if [[ "$result" =~ "Cipher :" ]] ; then echo supported. INSECURE! else echo no support, OK fi echo -n Testing SSL secure renegotiation... echo -n "" | openssl s_client -connect $SERVER 2>&1 | grep 'Secure Renegotiation'
Jul
20
awarded  Editor
Jul
20
revised Why do most routers not include local DNS?
spelling, clarification
Jul
18
comment Why do most routers not include local DNS?
providing DHCP and DNS is easier on the CPU than tracking 10k connections from bittorrent client.
Jul
18
answered Why do most routers not include local DNS?
Jan
13
answered Windows Hard Disk Format, Check of bad sectors?
Jan
11
comment Using different SSDs types (not only SATA based) as system drive
I don't plan putting /tmp, /var/log or /home on it and will use btrfs so I think it won't really have problems with limited lifespan.
Jan
11
answered Is it possible to put only the boot partition on a USB stick?
Jan
11
answered CPU temperature vs. CPU Heatsink Temperature
Jan
11
awarded  Student
Jan
11
answered USB MFP print server that works with Windows x64?
Jan
11
asked Using different SSDs types (not only SATA based) as system drive
Jan
8
comment Data unaccessible from WHS drive
Did it have multiple HDDs connected?
Jan
5
awarded  Supporter
Oct
30
comment Correctly build Raid1 with a PCI controller card & UBUNTU 10.04 desktop
No, use the controller as just the interface to the disks, build the RAID with mdadm from the start.
Oct
30
answered Correctly build Raid1 with a PCI controller card & UBUNTU 10.04 desktop
Oct
18
comment Why can't I get out of display mirror mode?
first, you should first tried installing drivers from repo, second, try amdcccle, third: question would be much better at superuser.com