Bookmarks for 11 feb 2010 through 12 feb 2010

These are my links for 11 feb 2010 through 12 feb 2010:

  • pwnat – NAT to NAT client-server communication – pwnat, pronounced "poe-nat", is a tool that allows any number of clients behind NATs to communicate with a server behind a separate NAT with *no* port forwarding and *no* DMZ setup on any routers in order to directly communicate with each other. The server does not need to know anything about the clients trying to connect.

    Via bufferOverflow

  • Unix File and Directory Permissions and Modes – Unix and Linux systems (including Mac OS X and other POSIX compliant systems) have a (relatively) simple system for controlling access to files and directories. This system is defined in POSIX.1:2008 standard external link, also known as the Single Unix Specification (SUS version 4). And since devices such as disks, ports, etc. have file names (under /dev) you control access to them the same way. (Note Windows systems up through Windows ME don't support permissions, just a "read only" attribute.)
  • Il pane, qui : A totanus in the net – Il pane qui si fa – ma non si cuoce – con la macchina del pane.
    La macchina, infatti, fa molto bene la parte faticosa di impastare, ma fa molto male la parte rilassante del dare forma e cuocere[…]

    Il grande Teo e la sua ricetta per il pane

Bookmarks for 3 gen 2010 through 4 gen 2010

These are my links for 3 gen 2010 through 4 gen 2010:

  • IPv4 address managment suite – phpIP Management is a complete IPv4 IPAM (IP address management) suite, built to handle the complexity of managing today's IP address space. phpIP Management was built to scale and address the full lifecycle of IP address space using techniques that are not administratively intensive.
  • » Forensic data sheet – Davide “Rebus” Gabrini è uno dei maggiori esponenti della digital forensic italiana e per fortuna anche un collega. In primavera la sua instancabile mente partirì i “forensic data sheet” ad uso degli operatori della Polizia Postale e delle Comunicazioni.
  •… – […]Everyone knows the answer to the question of life, the universe and everything is "42", but for the first time we can reveal the question. It is this: how many command-line tricks must a man memorise? You see, graphical user interfaces are all well and good, but when you want to get real work done it's time to switch to the terminal […] So, strap yourself in and get ready for command-line heaven: it's time to kick ass and chew bubble gum, and we're all out of gum…


  • DIY ~20U server rack – So, this is something mike has been looking to make for the past few days, ever since he got his new computer case for his awesome new computer. He originally wanted to buy a server rack, so he can mount his case in it, and mount the NAS he has with it, but those cost lots of lots of money. So, our solution, after thinking up at night, was to make one ourselves. I suggested iron gas piping, and mike suggested angle iron. Mike won because in the end, it would be easier to build with angle iron.
  • 19 inch DIY PC Rack by TykSak of – A little foreword

    I think the idea of having a 19" rack at home is every techs dream. This was also the case when I wanted to decomission my power hungry and space consuming server PCs and replace them with 19" servers, but it seems that when ever the frase "19 inch" is added to any PC part the price just skyrockets.