UNIX, Security, and Privacy

PGP

https://cryptomonkeys.com/pgp/ 2006-01-23
PGP Keys Current Key ID Fingerprint Download 2602A9FC DCED 3E1E 6AAF DDB1 C40F A379 9C88 F73C 2602 A9FC Public Key Revoked Key ID Fingerprint Download 0388BA76 2926 91A8 C208 4CA6 F4CC 1A40 8F0D 790F 0388 BA76 Revocation Certificate 56003848 7105 235D E7F0 47BA A2B5 CBBB DC62 C399 5600 3848 Revocation Certificate 5B72E7B5 0EE8 8920 3E87 8692 3BC2 A1DE B00E 4A00 5B72 E7B5 Revocation Certificate

Laptop bag

https://cryptomonkeys.com/1999/03/laptop-bag/ 1999-03-01

Some bits commonly stashed in my bag.

Collection of cables, adapters, accessories, dongles, and devices of varying use, depending on what I’m trying to accomplish.

About

https://cryptomonkeys.com/about/ 1998-09-01
I solve large and complex problems through quick iteration and continuous improvement. I’m a technology leader with over 15 years experience with UNIX, Security, and Networking. I manage globally distributed teams and build relationships which improve productivity and efficiency between teams. Curriculum Vitae Interest Description Privacy tools The Privacytools.io site offers solid information on ways that you can increase privacy. Including browser tweaks, VPNs, Tor, and more.

https://cryptomonkeys.com/1/01/ 0001-01-01
Title: rc.conf, Conclusions Date: 2016-12-16 Modified: 2016-12-16 Tags: FreeBSD 9, FreeBSD 10, FreeBSD 11, pf, Dovecot 2, Postfix 2, Postfix 3, policyd2 2, opendkim, opendmarc, spf, dspam 3, h2o 2, Roundcube, phpPgAdmin, PostfixAdmin, letsencrypt, PostgreSQL 9, PostgreSQL 10 Category: UNIX Slug: building-a-mailserver-part10 Image: {photo}icons/icon-bsd.png Pin: false Series: Building a Mailserver Status: draft rc.conf Now that we’re all done, /etc/rc.conf looks like this: dovecot_enable="YES" dspam_enable="YES" dumpdev="AUTO" hostname="mx.cryptomonkeys.com" ifconfig_em0="inet 192.168.0.150" ifconfig_em0_ipv6="inet6 2001:db8::150/64" local_unbound_enable="YES" ntpd_enable="YES" ntpd_sync_on_start="YES" pf_enable="YES" php_fpm_enable="YES" policyd2_enable="YES" postfix_enable="YES" postgresql_enable="YES" sshabuse_enable="YES" sshd_enable="YES" vmware_guest_vmblock_enable="YES" vmware_guest_vmhgfs_enable="YES" vmware_guest_vmmemctl_enable="YES" vmware_guest_vmxnet_enable="YES" vmware_guestd_enable="YES" webabuse_enable="YES" zfs_enable="YES" Conclusions and Advice At this point, you should have a single machine that is capable of doing email virtual hosting through a web interface.

https://cryptomonkeys.com/1/01/ 0001-01-01
Title: OpenDKIM Date: 2016-10-30 Modified: 2016-10-30 Tags: FreeBSD 9, FreeBSD 10, FreeBSD 11, pf, Dovecot 2, Postfix 2, Postfix 3, policyd2 2, opendkim, opendmarc, spf, dspam 3, h2o 2, Roundcube, phpPgAdmin, PostfixAdmin, letsencrypt, PostgreSQL 9, PostgreSQL 10 Category: UNIX Slug: building-a-mailserver-part6 Image: {photo}icons/icon-bsd.png Pin: false Series: Building a Mailserver Status: draft Intro I’ve discussed various components of mailservers before, but this will cover building one from the ground up. For simplicity, all this is done in VMware Fusion.

https://cryptomonkeys.com/1/01/ 0001-01-01
Title: OpenDMARC Date: 2016-11-16 Modified: 2016-11-16 Tags: FreeBSD 9, FreeBSD 10, FreeBSD 11, pf, Dovecot 2, Postfix 2, Postfix 3, policyd2 2, opendkim, opendmarc, spf, dspam 3, h2o 2, Roundcube, phpPgAdmin, PostfixAdmin, letsencrypt, PostgreSQL 9, PostgreSQL 10 Category: UNIX Slug: building-a-mailserver-part7 Image: {photo}icons/icon-bsd.png Pin: false Series: Building a Mailserver Status: draft Intro I’ve discussed various components of mailservers before, but this will cover building one from the ground up. For simplicity, all this is done in VMware Fusion.