Category Archives: Security

ISC2: Confirmation of Termination of Membership

Recently, I have received another “(ISC)2 Annual Maintenance Fee Invoice” e-mail from “International Information System Security Certification Consortium” which subsequently led me to reconsider my membership… Advertisements

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ArchLinux: CA Certificates Yet Another KISS Example

Can’t help myself but to post yet another example of a hands-on “KISS” approach in Arch Linux where the “simple” part is missing…

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OpenBSD: RAID1 (Mirror) with Full Disk Encryption

This is a theoretical approach to install OpenBSD server on two physical disks in software RAID1 (mirror) having the logical (root) partition encrypted aka full disk encryption. Unfortunately, this approach is not supported as yet…

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VoidLinux: Full Disk Encryption

In order to get rid of systemd, one way may seem to be the Void Linux…

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LinkedIn: We’re sorry to see you go

LinkedIn does not interest me anymore and thus, I decided to wave them goodbye…

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Shell: Difference in Output Forwarding

To remind the difference among: 2>&-, 2>/dev/null, |&, &>/dev/null and >/dev/null 2>&1…

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