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Feb
15
answered How can I use both networks simultaneously
Dec
14
awarded  Famous Question
Oct
11
comment Have iptables run command/script on new connection attempt
fail2ban is a program designed to watch your iptables logs and act in different ways. By default, it will block IPs who have made a significant amount of failed ssh logins within a certain timeframe. fail2ban has many other recipies, as well as a nice way of creating customizable rules with plenty of documentation. Not entirely sure it fits this use case 100%, but it seems on-topic.
Oct
11
comment The dd command isn't appear to accomplish anything
This question answers how to see dd status. This also mentions best practice for a typical installation of using the device identifier, vs an individual partition.
Oct
11
answered The dd command isn't appear to accomplish anything
Oct
11
awarded  Informed
Oct
11
comment Have iptables run command/script on new connection attempt
Also, fail2ban could be setup for this.
Oct
11
comment Why Python cant import OpenSSL
Are you sure that you installed pyopenssl while within your virtual environment?
Jun
16
comment View permission / owner of full directory tree
namei -mo is great, that it also gives you the owner.
Mar
21
awarded  Yearling
Mar
20
answered top for web browsers
Jan
12
answered Two IPs on one NIC ( network card )
Jan
12
comment How do I mount a Mac thumb drive on a Linux system?
Possible Duplicate
Jan
12
comment Creating a live USB without persistence or access to hard drive
Tails
Dec
11
comment IRC and Irssihelp
When I use /list, it tells me that it's a bad idea and to try /list -YES.
Dec
10
answered IRC and Irssihelp
Dec
2
answered SSH connection gets lost, but not when logged in to MySQL
Dec
2
answered Prevent auto-selected text from copying
Nov
26
answered outgoing SMTP 25 port blocked by ISP?
Nov
26
answered What application can I use to block hosts with regex?