A Linux kernel bug allows unencrypted NAT'd IRC sessions to be abused to access resources behind NAT, or drop connections. Switch to TLS right now. Or read on. More..
Using haproxy in strange ways. More..
Adding another way to implement Wordle to the pile. More..
A custom IRC server that backs to Redis. More..
.NET SDK collects more telemetry than was claimed and it is not anonymous. More..
SQLite has had JSON support for a while, but the recently added generated columns feature allows you to treat it like a document database. More..
...or why you shouldn't roll your own crypto More..
(or: Help, why doesn't my projector work under Linux?) More..
DTrace provides powerful tracing abilities, combined with perl's support for user defined trace points gives powerful insight into Perl. More..
Certain places firewall TCP ports other than the most common ports. There are many techniques for bypassing such restrictions. One simple approach is to run a SSH daemon on port 443, however a downside of this is you need to dedicate an IP address to this SSH service. More..