UNIX, Security, and Privacy
OS X, Tor, and Polipohttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2015/06/osx-tor-polipo/ 2015-06-15
Sometimes browsing over Tor can be a little slow.
Setting up Pelicanhttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2015/05/pelican-setup/ 2015-05-29
Detailing all the fun I’m having setting up Pelican.
pfSense, and OpenVPNhttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2015/05/pfsense-openvpn/ 2015-05-07
This is the first of a multi-post. The end goal is to have on-demand VPN capability from OS X, iOS, and Android (technically, PrivatOS; Blackphone) to a pfSense box that will work on any network where HTTPS is allowed. The first post will cover setting up pfSense and OpenVPN.
Generating SSH keyshttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2015/04/generating-ssh-keys/ 2015-04-29
What is an SSH key?
ESX(i), JunOS, and 802.3adhttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2014/12/esxi-junos-and-link-aggregation/ 2014-12-20
This is not a post about LACP. This post is about failover redundancy (active/passive) and Link Aggregation.
Introduction to UNIX part 4https://cryptomonkeys.com/2014/08/intro-to-unix-part4/ 2014-08-24
Wildcards, conventions, and manuals
Introduction to UNIX part 3https://cryptomonkeys.com/2014/08/intro-to-unix-part3/ 2014-08-17
Redirection and plumbing