Re: PEM Certificates for HAproxy

2022-04-29 Thread Nicolas CARPi
On 29 Apr, Shawn Heisey wrote: > I know that a fresh install can be instantly operational with TLS, > suggesting that it is not generating them on the fly ... so I really wonder > how secure the default params are.  I wonder what is being used when there > are no params in the cert file. Does it

Re: Blocking log4j CVE with HAProxy

2021-12-13 Thread Nicolas CARPi
On 13 Dec, Jonathan Matthews wrote: > I believe there are string casing operators available, leading to > options like "${j{$lower:N}di:ldap://...;. Indeed. Maybe this can help, it's the "Bypass WAF" part of the POC[0]:

Re: [PATCH] move VTest installation to scripts/build-vtest.sh

2021-05-14 Thread Nicolas CARPi
> I compared several times, git clone is faster In my hands curl is the fastest option compared to git clone. Wouldn't "git clone --depth 1" be a good option to consider here? It avoids getting the full history. ~Nico

Re: [PATCH} suppress "misleading indentation" gcc 11 warning

2020-12-18 Thread Nicolas CARPi
On 18 Dec, Tim Düsterhus wrote: > I'm not sure I understand the question correctly, but I assume you mean > the highlighting due to me directly linking to the lines? Arf, didn't realize that... Thanks! ~Nico

Re: [PATCH} suppress "misleading indentation" gcc 11 warning

2020-12-17 Thread Nicolas CARPi
Dear Tim, > It'll probably get a quite bit smaller if you'd add a configuration file > that configures the indentation to happen using tabs instead of spaces. You're correct. It was just a quick and dirty try with default config to see if things can still compile after running it, I have no

Re: [PATCH} suppress "misleading indentation" gcc 11 warning

2020-12-17 Thread Nicolas CARPi
. oO ! Have a nice evening all (or day depending on your TZ). ~Nicolas On 17 Dec, Nicolas CARPi wrote: > Hey Tim, > > Sorry I wasn't clear in my message, I should have written that the doc > needs to be updated only if you ever chose to add this formatting check. > But as you s

Re: [PATCH} suppress "misleading indentation" gcc 11 warning

2020-12-17 Thread Nicolas CARPi
that. It's the kind of thing that benefit fresh projects. Best regards, ~Nicolas On 17 Dec, Tim Düsterhus wrote: > Nicolas, > > Am 17.12.20 um 15:53 schrieb Nicolas CARPi: > > To fail or not to fail. That is the question! :) > > > > I'd add to that the contributor docu

Re: [PATCH} suppress "misleading indentation" gcc 11 warning

2020-12-17 Thread Nicolas CARPi
d because of that > > On Thu, Dec 17, 2020, 5:35 PM Nicolas CARPi wrote: > > Dear list, > > Formatting on PRs is a hot topic, but IMHO it should be done by an > automated tool so we can forget about it and focus on the core of the > PR, not the style. A git pre-hook

Re: [PATCH} suppress "misleading indentation" gcc 11 warning

2020-12-17 Thread Nicolas CARPi
egards, ~Nicolas CARPi PS: go ships with a formatting tool so this is a non issue in that language On 17 Dec, Илья Шипицин wrote: > well, I met some projects that are insane on formatting. > it is funny each time, when discussing new PR "please fix your formatting" > (weeks spent on

Re: Alternatives to PayPal

2020-10-08 Thread Nicolas CARPi
Thanks Willy, it makes perfect sense. I'll sponsor other projects! :) Cheers, ~Nico On 08 Oct, Willy Tarreau wrote: > Hi, > > On Wed, Oct 07, 2020 at 11:20:25AM +0200, Sebastian Fohler wrote: > > What about a Patron account. > > > > https://www.patreon.com/europe > > > > Cause I already

Alternatives to PayPal

2020-10-07 Thread Nicolas CARPi
(or both)? These services also allow to be transparent about who gets what and to remunerate recurrent contributors. Let me know what you think! :) Regards, ~Nicolas CARPi

Re: [PR] SOCKS4(A)

2020-10-01 Thread Nicolas CARPi
Yes Willy, we want to know! Why the hell you keep using C and don't switch to C++? Better yet, why don't you rewrite it in Rust. The part where he explains to you how you should use functions is GOLD! :D Have a nice day everyone and thanks for the laughs alex! ~Nico On 01 Oct, Willy Tarreau