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May
11
asked Using anacron in cronie on Gentoo - Doesn't run?
May
11
comment How to block docker-mapped ports with a firewall from outside the host without messing up docker routing inside the host?
Could you provide a netstat -an and iptables -L from the host while the docker is running?
May
11
answered Hide public ip and location with openvpn on raspberry pi
May
11
comment How can I allow Windows RDP ports with socat?
Yeah, that is right. Are you able to RDP directly to the Windows machines from the 192.168.0.21 network?
May
11
comment How can I allow Windows RDP ports with socat?
Just to clarify, socat should eventually return a timeout if it cannot make the outgoing connection to the Windows machine and this will show up if you use -dd. So it is probable that the OSX machine cannot connect to the arduino.
May
11
comment How can I allow Windows RDP ports with socat?
On the arduino, could you try telnet 192.168.0.21 3389 to confirm that it can connect to the Windows machine. If it can, then is the OSX machine on the same network as the arduino?
May
11
comment Boot of the Ubuntu not recognize pendrive
If you have got this far, you are booting from the hard disk, rather than the pendrive. What model is the notebook? You may need to hit a key during the very start of the boot up process to select the pendrive.
May
11
comment How can I allow Windows RDP ports with socat?
Could you run socat with the -dd switch that you can confirm the connections are getting through. The command is correct, so it s probably a connectivity issue.
May
10
comment How can I allow Windows RDP ports with socat?
RDP is TCP, so no need for UDP. So rather than connect directly to 3389 on the target machine, you want to connect to 5900 on your local machine and have socat establish the 3389 connect? What happens when you try to connect to localhost:5900? What are you using to connect?
May
10
reviewed Approve How can I allow Windows RDP ports with socat?
May
10
comment How to ignore certain filenames using “find”?
@fuenfundachtzig wholename just does the match against the path as well as the file name doesn't it? How would that improve the answer? If it does in a way I am missing, feel free to edit the answer and enhance it.
May
8
comment How to bridge Wi-Fi Reciver and ADSL Modem so that I even can share the net connection with the WiFI device and second router?
Ok, if you can access always ping and access A, and you get an IP from A, then I expect DNS is the problem. Where is your DNS coming from?
May
8
comment How to bridge Wi-Fi Reciver and ADSL Modem so that I even can share the net connection with the WiFI device and second router?
Do you get an IP when connected to C (when not working) and B? If so. can you ping the gateway.
May
7
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May
7
comment How to bridge Wi-Fi Reciver and ADSL Modem so that I even can share the net connection with the WiFI device and second router?
Did you make sure that DHCP is turned off on B and C?
May
7
revised How to bridge Wi-Fi Reciver and ADSL Modem so that I even can share the net connection with the WiFI device and second router?
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May
7
comment How can I cryptographically verify that someone owns the website they claim to?
(I should point out that I went through most of the steps using openssl before I realised I was just doing what a webserver does)
May
7
comment How can I cryptographically verify that someone owns the website they claim to?
So the answer depends on your goal then? You can't "cryptographically confirm they own the website", because someone else might have access to the private key other than the website owner. The only way to confirm they own the website itself is to have them make an agreed change. If they upload a file to the website, and you access it via https, then the file is being encrypted by their private key, and you are decrypting it with their public key. It is the same process as if they did it by hand.
May
7
comment How can I cryptographically verify that someone owns the website they claim to?
This would confirm ownership of a private key, not a website. The best way to confirm ownership of the website would be to have them upload a file to it with agreed content.
May
6
comment How can I find the short path of a Windows directory/file?
@endolith The /s switch does subfolder recursion