If you’re using nrpe socket activation and don’t have a template file, try this in /etc/systemd/system/nrpe@.service :
Description=nrpe socket service
ExecStart=-/usr/bin/nrpe -c /etc/nrpe/nrpe.cfg --inetd
CAA Mandated by CA/Browser Forum – Network Security Blog | Qualys, Inc. Interesting – a new type of DNS record to restrict which registrars can issue certificates for your domain.
I use LastPass to manage my passwords across all devices – note some features require a premium login, but even the basic free service covers a lot of use cases.
IDNs allow domain spoofing in the location bar. If you use Firefox: 1. In the address bar, enter: about:config 2. Click “I accept the risks!” 3. Search for: network.IDN_show_punycode 4. Double click it to change it to true
Disable the Linkchecker. Do it now.
Seems they are cheap to set up, spammers set up domainkeys / SPF too! Here’s a spamassassin rule (don’t use it if you get valid mail from .tk):
header NAUGHTY_FROM_TLD From =~ /@[a-z0-9\-\.]+\.(tk)/i
describe NAUGHTY_FROM_TLD From address is from a naughty TLD (eg .tk)
score NAUGHTY_FROM_TLD 2.8
UPDATE: Looks like the spammers get a free .tk domain, rent a temporary DigitalOcean box, set up spam relay on it and blast out mail until …
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By default emacs uses ctrl-rightmouse for the context menu, if you prefer a more “standard” right click only put this in .emacs: (global-set-key [mouse-3] ‘mouse-popup-menubar-stuff)
Some time ago, we published a pair of articles about systemd programming that extolled the value of providing high-quality unit files in upstream packages. The hope was that all distributions would use them and that problems could be fixed centrally rather than each distribution fixing its own problems independently. Now, 30 months later, it seems …
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