Posts Tagged: infosec

Firesheep for Android Faceniff

A good friend of a coworker posted about a new android app called Faceniff. It will sniff traffic on the current wireless network for passwords – just like Firesheep. Except it runs on an android-powered device. Check it out here

ip6tables and automatic IPV6 addressing

Over the weekend, I switched VPS providers from Slicehost to Linode. I requested an IPV6 address for my server (and got one within 2 minutes of my ticket!) and this morning sat down to set up some firewall rules. After setting up the rules, however, I found that the IPV6 address was no longer being… Read more »

Setting up key-based authentication for SSH

So you’ve got yourself a nice fancy server running Linux, but you want to make sure access to your server is secure as possible.  What do you do?  Easy – configure your server to use key-based authentication. First off, you need to generate yourself a keypair.  Each computer that you will use to access your… Read more »