fail2ban can be run as non-root using systemd This is a process to configure fail2ban to run as a dedicated system user,
When installing third-party applications, they often default to running as root. The server applications for TeamSite/LiveSite are among those. I have applied a simple modification to the init.d scripts that starts them as a non-root user. It also allows the scripts to be run by members of an administration group via sudo. This approach is […]
How to provide DNS server addresses to IPv6 clients using Router Announcements.
Spam blocking techniques for Exim. Uses delays to cause Spambots to fail. Notes on bulk and automated mail servers.
This article was updated in February 2014 to reflect changes policy and reporting options. The earlier ADSP (Author Domain Signing Practices) information has been removed. DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) provides a method to confirm the origin of an e-mail. DKIM also provides some protection against tampering. Unlike SPF, this validation applies to the contents of […]
Cfengine is a declarative system configuration tool. This helps apply standards to system configuration. The configuration files specify the desired configuration and the engine applies these specifications to the system. It is useful to: Distribute configuration files; Install standard packages (including on Debian and Ubuntu with code provided here); Cleanup old files; and Ensure certain […]