My SSH dream:
The best solution I've seen to SSH attacks is NetBSD's libblacklistd.
Log parsing solutions are inherently fragile. But a solution that lets a server program explicitly declare "Hey, this IP is being a jerk, please fubar it" is
If you have Facebook "like" buttons embedded on your website, it could make you liable for breaking GDPR privacy laws, even if it's Facebook doing the illegal stuff:
You can protect your site from legal liability (and protect your users' privacy) by removing all Facebook like buttons.
Please tell your employers/organisations about this ruling, it may help convince them that Facebook is toxic (or at least that embedded like buttons are toxic).
new blog post: new daughter! https://jmtd.net/log/beatrice/
Blog post: raving about a Nadine Shah gig
"Raspberry Pi 4 doesn't work with some USB-C chargers"
I think the headline is wrong. It should read "Raspberry Pi 4 doesn't work with spec-compliant USB-C chargers"
new (to me) take on tabs versus spaces: https://lobste.rs/s/fbtgeg/nobody_talks_about_real_reason_use_tabs
Generalistic and moderated instance.