I started this blog five years ago. In the beginning I wrote mostly articles about sysadmin and programming. Now its also filled with security related stuff. It's fascinating for me to have a history of my interests. It's sadly that my spare time got rare and so it happens that I don't write much lately. My intention for the next 5 years is, to be more consequent with writing articles.
This week I received an email from my bank company. They advertised that they are cooperating with the "Post"(Austrian mailprovider) and recommended to use "E-Brief" for notifications from them. My first thought was: "it's E-Mail". Because E-Brief translated from german means: "E-Mail". So I took a look in the FAQ's from the Post and they wrote things like(translated from German):
Your E-"Letter Box" from everywhere
Sysadmins are the heros who bring back our cat-pictures from the heights of the filesystem-tree. So let's honour our firefighters of the internet.
On Saturday the Debian Project announced the release of Debian 9 "Stretch". This means that Jessie will be oldstable and Wheezy won't recieve any updates anymore. So it's time to dist-upgrade.
The latest wikileaks revealings gave also insights about an interesting bug in cisco products. No I am not talking about the bug in the Cisco Cluster Management Protocol (CMP). I am talking about the open telnet ports.Ten years ago it was already recommended to use ssh instead and there are still so many devices out t