Re: [swinog] nic.ch no NS

2014-05-07 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Wed, May 07, 2014 at 07:54:07PM +0200, g...@switch.ch wrote: I'm not going to comment this, but maybe the following anecdote will make you feel better. I originally wanted to use ns.ch for the ch name servers. This was turned down internally because it would violate our two-letter

Re: [swinog] BÜPF...again ; )

2010-09-03 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Viktor, On Sat, 21 Aug 2010 08:24:52 +0200, Viktor Steinmann wrote: - Facebook bashing is hip among the IT community. However on Facebook you only share what you want to share and you can even lie about all of your personal details, even create a fake personality. If you have privacy

Re: [swinog] ProLiant Debian

2010-02-18 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, On Mon, 15 Feb 2010 04:33:03 -0800 (PST), Stanislav Sinyagin ssinya...@yahoo.com wrote: with sunoracle servers, you end up with disk bays that are difficult to buy if you need to increase the disk capacity. And the original Sun disks cost a fortune. That is so not true! Even if you

Re: [swinog] Greylisting

2009-10-25 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Stanislav, On Mon, 19 Oct 2009 12:30:09 -0700 (PDT), Stanislav Sinyagin wrote: Martin implemented this hack in a FreeBSD kernel module. Of course this gives more room for performance, but then it binds the solution to a specific OS and kernel release. I personally feel there's

Re: [swinog] EJPD = Access Denied??

2009-08-09 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Wed, Aug 05, 2009 at 08:16:12PM +0200, Marc Balmer wrote: maybe they are blocking their site because the content is inappropriate? that would indeed be a smart move. Or confidential. Tonnerre pgpxL7beIpQDD.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: [swinog] BE

2009-08-01 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 06:07:40PM +0200, steven.glog...@swisscom.com wrote: aah.. you were the guy reloading all the time ,-) number 3 on list ,-)) Thanks for registration! See you on 6th of July 2009 - starting around 18.30 o'clock. Hum, how am I ever going to make it?

Re: [swinog] Vorratsdatenspeicherung

2009-07-13 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 07:53:12AM +0200, Xaver Aerni wrote: Und wenn es wirklich nur um das geht das der Bund die Möglichkeit hat mitzuhören. Tja dann ist die einfachste Lösung. Der Bund kauft sich 5 Boxen (kleinste Version) und hängt die entsprechenden Dslams in der Telefonzentrale

Re: [swinog] Vorratsdatenspeicherung

2009-07-13 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 09:40:57AM +0200, Andre Oppermann wrote: Einen Mirror-Port oder gar Remote-SPAN kann bereits jetzt jeder entsprechend kompetente Techniker aufsetzen. Da ändert sich nicht viel. Bei der Überwachung darf man aber keine ganzen Ports auf einem LNS weiterleiten,

Re: [swinog] Vorratsdatenspeicherung

2009-07-13 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 04:47:08PM +0200, Andreas Fink wrote: Also auf meinem Büchlein steht Einladung zur Vernehmlassung und nicht Gesetz, Vorschrift oder ähnliches. Also sowas wie wir wollen folgendes ins Gesetz schreiben. Was haltet ihr davon. Eine Vernehmlassung kann aber

Re: [swinog] Vorratsdatenspeicherung

2009-07-12 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, Silvan, On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 10:14:09PM +0200, Silvan Gebhardt wrote: hmm, das wäre schon was für den neuen piratenparteivize *gg* - dass das der bund übernehmen muss Bringt aber recht wenig, du kannst ja nicht damit rechnen dass bei dir ermittelt wird.

Re: [swinog] Vorratsdatenspeicherung

2009-07-12 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 10:14:09PM +0200, Silvan Gebhardt wrote: hmm, das wäre schon was für den neuen piratenparteivize *gg* - dass das der bund übernehmen muss Ergänzung zu vorher: (Andernfalls wäre plötzlich kriminelle Klientel ein Prestigekunde.)

Re: [swinog] Vorratsdatenspeicherung

2009-07-12 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 10:55:03PM +0200, Marc Balmer wrote: Ich werde in jedem Fall dafür sorgen, dass sämtliche ADSL Leitungen unter meiner Kontrolle zu nahezu 100% ausgelastet sein werden, permanent, damit sich die Harddisk der Hilfssheriffs auch gut füllen. Wenn das dass

Re: [swinog] AS3303 down?

2009-06-15 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Mon, Jun 15, 2009 at 06:57:26PM +0200, IndianZ wrote: Is it possible that this incident is related to the freshly released phrack article Exploiting TCP and the Persist Timer Infiniteness? http://phrack.org/issues.html?issue=66id=9#article I assert that it's definitely possibly

Re: [swinog] Censurship in Germany Take 2

2009-04-30 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Peter, On Mon, 20 Apr 2009 22:49:29 +0200, Peter Guhl Listenempfänger wrote: Of course the police will be swamped with useless data. Of course crawlers will cause most of the traffic; lots of them beeing spam harvesters hard to track. If I'm really mean I put an iframe on my website

[swinog] Contact address to send responses to the cybercrime convention to

2009-04-02 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, During the meeting the issue was raised that people don't know where to send responses to the consultation about the cybercrime convention legislation to. The contact address: Eidgenössisches Justiz- und Polizeidepartement Informationsdienst Bundeshaus West CH-3003 Bern Don't forget to

Re: [swinog] Fwd: Re: Hackerparagraph

2009-03-24 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 05:01:08PM +0100, Ihsan Dogan wrote: Instead of educating politicians it would make more sense, if the IT people would be more involved in politics. The IT industry is doing more for the GDI (BIP) than the farmers, but unfortunately we are not organized.

Re: [swinog] Fwd: Re: Hackerparagraph

2009-03-23 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 11:46:12AM +0100, Ihsan Dogan wrote: Instead of educating politicians it would make more sense, if the IT people would be more involved in politics. The IT industry is doing more for the GDI (BIP) than the farmers, but unfortunately we are not organized. That's

Re: [swinog] Fwd: Re: Hackerparagraph

2009-03-23 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 11:18:08PM +0100, Patrick Tybo wrote: About the blacklist: tcpdumd/snoop and wireshark: no way, maybe metasploit on a gray line, mostly 0day stuff floating from irc to email to email etc are a real problem. Can you give me a legal guarantee that tcpdump

Re: [swinog] Hackerparagraph (fwd)

2009-03-21 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Christa, On Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 04:22:13PM +0100, Christa Pfister wrote: If SWINOG agrees (do you have any decision procedures?), I would submit a draft by 15 May 2009. The Vernehmlassung ends 30 June, so that would leave us enough time for discussion. Thanks a lot for the

Re: [swinog] Fwd: Re: Hackerparagraph

2009-03-19 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Ihsan, On Thu, 19 Mar 2009 10:54:28 +0100, Ihsan Dogan wrote: For that it would make sense, if we would get in contact with the political parties. At the moment, it seems that none of the parties in the parliament have an opinion on this issue. That is of course also very important.

Re: [swinog] Fwd: AW: Hackerparagraph

2009-03-17 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Andreas, On Tue, 17 Mar 2009 12:18:28 +0100, Andreas Fink wrote: Now what does that mean? It is basically what the germans have done under the Hackerparagraph. It disallows software which could potentially be used for hacking to be distributed. The result of this was for example

Re: [swinog] IPV6 Go (lazy providers)

2009-03-04 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Stanislav, On Mon, 2 Mar 2009 14:14:31 -0800 (PST), Stanislav Sinyagin wrote: What you can fit into 2MB flash is Linux kernel 2.4.x, plus some very limited number of libraries, daemons and utilities. Also, even the newest 2.6.x kernel is permanently popping up with ipv6

Re: [swinog] IPV6 Go (lazy providers)

2009-02-28 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Stanislav, On Wed, 25 Feb 2009 15:43:29 -0800 (PST), Stanislav Sinyagin wrote: so, what? I'm not telling that ipv6 is impossible, I'm just telling that there's no standard as such. And none of the big telcos would afford building a custom solution: everyone waits for standards to be

Re: [swinog] IPV6 Go (lazy providers)

2009-02-28 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Hey, Fredy, On Thu, 26 Feb 2009 10:25:38 +0100, Fredy Kuenzler wrote: If you don't get extra v4 space in 1000 days, don't even consider to complain. You have been warned. Since RIPE is planning to reclaim unassigned allocations, I expect a potential heart infarct of old IPv4 routers (Cogent?

Re: [swinog] IPV6 Go (lazy providers)

2009-02-25 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Stanislav, On Tue, 24 Feb 2009 14:17:07 -0800 (PST), Stanislav Sinyagin wrote: in DSL market, it's even worse: the Broadband Forum has not released yet any ipv6 related document... Well, almost every modem supports the bridge mode, where IP6CP can be applied without any problems. The

Re: [swinog] SWITCH Sourceforge mirror available again

2009-02-24 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Mario, On Mon, 23 Feb 2009 11:17:55 +0100, Mario Iseli wrote: sorry - that's not entirely true! Sometimes you have a dependency on the Layer2-Protocol to support new Layer3-Protocols. It's now always as nice as Ethernet where you just change the Ethertype. For example take DOCSIS, you

Re: [swinog] Something to hide: yes!

2009-02-07 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Per Jessen wrote: But when you're taking part in a relatively public and open debate or forum, why would you find it necessary/appropriate to conceal your identity? For example for disclosing secrets without being punished, aka whistleblowing. Tonnerre

Re: [swinog] WG: login banner

2009-01-30 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Christa, On Thu, 29 Jan 2009 15:13:20 +0100, Christa Pfister wrote: There can be legal requirements in different contexts, such as adult content, data protection issues, copyright protected content etc. I often draft disclaimers and legal wording for websites, so contact me offlist for

Re: [swinog] WG: login banner

2009-01-30 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Michael, On Fri, 30 Jan 2009 13:32:25 +0100, Michael Naef wrote: http://aeolus.ch/home/blog.php#Idioten%20Signaturen What's the problem with these disclaimers in signatures? Tonnerre DISCLAIMER: IF YOU RECEIVE THIS EMAIL IN ERROR, YOU ARE HEREBY LEGALLY

Re: [swinog] About (not) Swisscom UMTS

2008-11-08 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Nico, On Fri, 7 Nov 2008 11:51:14 +0100, Nico -telmich- Schottelius wrote: Just as a normal 08/15 I experienced that booking a ticket on sbb.ch can be almost impossible, as sbb.ch either has a session handling problem or swisscom has a nat handling problem (maybe a bit of both).

Re: [swinog] SwiNOG Mailing List Policy Change

2008-10-23 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Tobias, On Thu, 23 Oct 2008 09:24:38 +0200, Tobias König wrote: Anyway the settings have been changed so that this reply-to field should be my address. Thanks a whole lot! Oh, what do I say, ten whole lots! Tonnerre signature.asc Description: PGP

Re: [swinog] RBL's (again) (Was: Anyone from Green here?)

2008-10-20 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Marco, On Mon, 20 Oct 2008 14:15:41 +0200, Marco Fretz wrote: What I'm trying to say is: As a mail service provider (recipient side) you can use greylisting and if there are some buggy mailers out there in the internet (or in your local network) it's not a greylisting problem and it's

Re: [swinog] RBL's (again) (Was: Anyone from Green here?)

2008-10-17 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Martin, On Fri, 17 Oct 2008 10:18:31 +0200, Martin Ebnoether wrote: What do you do, when customers are quitting their contracts because they think they receive too much spam? Which of the two groups will it be for you? You're falsely implying that greylisting is the only way to fight

Re: [swinog] RBL's (again) (Was: Anyone from Green here?)

2008-10-17 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Per, On Fri, 17 Oct 2008 12:47:48 +0200, Per Jessen wrote: Another option is to disable greylisting just for that one mailserver. This implies that either you know all servers hosting broken scripts (NP-complete I think) or your customers will always communicate problems. Usually they

Re: [swinog] RBL's (again) (Was: Anyone from Green here?)

2008-10-17 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Marco, On Fri, 17 Oct 2008 15:21:59 +0200, Marco Fretz wrote: Of course I know what you mean. That's the thing every webhoster have to fight with. Last year I was on the Secure Linux Admin Conference in Berlin. There was a workshop how to protect shared hosting webservers... I am

Re: [swinog] RBL's (again) (Was: Anyone from Green here?)

2008-10-17 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Michael, On Fri, 17 Oct 2008 15:40:18 +0200, Michael Naef wrote: And that is something a customer with his little online shop will show open ears to you explaining him why to change his mailer script. That's illusionary. Most of the time they don't care about the one or two customers

Re: [swinog] RBL's (again) (Was: Anyone from Green here?)

2008-10-17 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Stanislav, On Fri, 17 Oct 2008 08:42:49 -0700 (PDT), Stanislav Sinyagin wrote: actually greylisting works pretty well, and the whitelist of exceptions is relatively small (not more than 300 entries as far as I remember). Also if you communicate the value of it to the customers, they

Re: [swinog] RBL's (again) (Was: Anyone from Green here?)

2008-10-16 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Daniele, On Thu, 16 Oct 2008 00:05:38 +0200, Daniele Guazzoni wrote: You'd rather blame the lazy programmers who don't cares about RFCs and other standards ! I think that blame is for people who don't care about solutions. I care for my users and their ability to receive the mail they

Re: [swinog] RBL's (again) (Was: Anyone from Green here?)

2008-10-16 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Marco, On Thu, 16 Oct 2008 15:22:39 +0200, Marco wrote: fully agreed. thats a bad argument against greylisting. if php scripts or other webserver stuff, like newsletter servers, etc.. use their own MTA which is most likely a fancy carp script, as you said, then its actually not the

Re: [swinog] Hot Red Flames (Was: IRC Server dead ?)

2008-10-07 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Per, On Tue, 07 Oct 2008 07:38:56 +0200, Per Jessen wrote: The idea of open source is not so much that you get to check it yourself, but much more that it is open for hundreds of thousands of other people to check. If for instance the quality/security of a piece of code is

Re: [swinog] Hot Red Flames (Was: IRC Server dead ?)

2008-10-07 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Marco, On Tue, 07 Oct 2008 08:47:41 +0200, Marco Fretz wrote: I usually don't have a look at the code at all. But point is, it's code, tested and build by a community not a closed company with their own, secret business goals...! I don't want be a victim of global marketing data

Re: [swinog] open source illusions (was: Hot Red Flames (Was: IRC Server dead ?))

2008-10-07 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Per, On Tue, 07 Oct 2008 14:01:24 +0200, Per Jessen wrote: fixing something yourself is also pretty much an illusion, except for those few people who are sufficiently involved. When have you last _had_ to fix anything yourself in a stable release of any open source project? Being a

Re: [swinog] open source illusions

2008-10-07 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, king of the huns, On Tue, 7 Oct 2008 16:40:13 +0200, Attila Kinali wrote: Anyone who has ever written more than a few lines of C code knows that gcc is crap... unfortunately, it's the best compiler out there. The comercial compilers usualy segfault at every second file of my favorite

Re: [swinog] Hot Red Flames (Was: IRC Server dead ?)

2008-10-07 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Hey, Ihsan, On Tue, 07 Oct 2008 22:53:28 +0200, Ihsan Dogan wrote: One of the big reasons why people are buying commercial software products is, that they can get support and SLA. Most of the open source projects cannot provide that. Not by themselves, but you can get that support through

Re: [swinog] IRC Server dead ?

2008-10-06 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Roman, On Mon, 06 Oct 2008 16:15:47 +0200, Roman Hochuli wrote: It's simple, it's vintage, it's reliable and clients are available for pretty much every known device. Or in other words: it's plain geeky. Reason enough? ;) Nah. IRC is ubiquitous, that's it. If you want something geeky,

Re: [swinog] List policy discussion (was: Check out my Facebook profile)

2008-09-24 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Hey Stony, On Wed, 24 Sep 2008 08:33:28 +0200, Viktor Steinmann wrote: In the last months we've seen more and more end-user questions, vacation-bounces, off-topic and spam-like mails on the list. It turned out that my Bayesian SPAM filter, which I initially trained to filter out n3td3v

Re: [swinog] Anyone from Green here?

2008-09-11 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Stanislav, On Thu, 11 Sep 2008 03:54:47 -0700 (PDT), Stanislav Sinyagin wrote: Anyway, who's going to send email directly from a broadband connection, instead of using the ISP's relay? :-) The case of an ISP's mail server accepting mail originating from a non-ISP address (e.g. not

Re: [swinog] This is what Linus Torvalds calls OpenBSD crowd ...

2008-07-22 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Marco, On Mon, 21 Jul 2008 16:16:31 +0200, Marco Fretz wrote: I think it's not worth the discussion in the openbsd list aswell. BSD (OpenBSD) and Linux are way different, different strategies and goals... But its just amusing to read. The discussion took place on misc@, which is also

[swinog] ORSN putt?

2008-06-20 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Starting from this morning at 05:20, all name resolutions over the ORSN appear to fail. dnstracer output: Tracing to (whatever) via 127.0.0.1, timeout 15 seconds 127.0.0.1 (127.0.0.1) |\___ E.ORSN-SERVERS.NET [.] (213.161.0.90) * * * |\___ J.ORSN-SERVERS.NET [.] (193.93.167.222)

Re: [swinog] Sixy.ch: directory of IPv6 enabled web sites

2008-05-29 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Manuel, On Wed, 28 May 2008 23:05:28 +0200, Manuel Kasper wrote: now that IPv6 is slowly gaining hype factor again, I noticed that there are few places to find content that is accessible via IPv6. In an attempt to change that, I launched http://sixy.ch, a directory of IPv6 enabled web

Re: [swinog] Anyone else lost traffic around 15:10?

2008-03-27 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre Lombard
Salut, Silvan, On Thu, 27 Mar 2008 15:42:42 +0100, Silvan Gebhardt wrote: here is what I saw: http://82.197.169.72/cgi-bin/smokeping.cgi The inside view:

Re: [swinog] The truth about UCEPROTECT-Blocklists

2008-01-17 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Thu, Jan 17, 2008 at 03:01:38AM +0100, Michael Naef wrote: *arrrghhh* [EMAIL PROTECTED]: host psa1.as8833.net[195.162.162.159] said: 550 sorry, no mailbox here by that name. (#5.7.17) (in reply to RCPT TO command) This has been a known problem for a long time already:

[swinog] Germany: using blacklists now illegal?

2007-12-09 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, In case Az. 7 O 80/07, the District Court of Lüneburg has ruled that the use of blacklists for mail filtering is an illegal process. The court thereby confirmed the view of a known spammer that the fact that mails from his servers were deleted by the SPAM filter was an act of censorship.

Re: [swinog] Referendum against Swiss DMCA

2007-12-04 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Tue, Dec 04, 2007 at 10:09:52PM +0100, Alexandre Suter wrote: I encourage everyone to have a look at the website and pass the word around... There is not much time left ! French : http://no-dmca.ch/index.fr.html German : http://no-dmca.ch/index.de.html Italian :

Re: [swinog] Recommendations for root server providers

2007-11-28 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Wed, Nov 28, 2007 at 09:00:30AM +0100, Flavio Tischhauser wrote: - Your own /8 subnet (in addition to one of their IPs) Wow. I thought /8 are not handed out anymore these days. ;-) Tonnerre pgpZafGEIQhxi.pgp Description: PGP signature

[swinog] 2nd Swiss FOSS compatible lobbyists meeting in Berne

2007-11-01 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, The call to the beer event reminded me that I have actually forgotten to invite you fellow SwiNoggians to my political activists' party in Berne, taking place on Monday at 18:00 in the railway station. Here is the announcement:

Re: [swinog] Swisscom CES

2006-11-28 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Tue, Nov 28, 2006 at 04:51:09PM +0100, Pascal Gloor wrote: Anyone willing to run MPLS over Swisscom CES service, please contact me offlist. I have some important information which will save you hours of debugging. Dare to share on the list or something? Or is it too confidential?

Re: [swinog] Sunrise is down?

2006-11-15 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Wed, Nov 15, 2006 at 10:54:39AM +0100, Nico -telmich- Schottelius wrote: - Software error: ERROR: Section 'Sunrise_colo_Bern' does not exist. For help, please send mail to the webmaster ([EMAIL PROTECTED]), giving this error message and

Re: [swinog] Sunrise is down?

2006-11-14 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Tue, Nov 14, 2006 at 03:46:56PM +0100, Andreas Weiler - Kabelfernsehen Boedeli AG wrote: Same here. Networks connected to Sunrise are not reachable. We are not able to reach domains like www.sunrise.ch, www.drs3.ch or www.jungfrauzeitung.ch anymore. Sunrise with all its glory was

Re: [swinog] SwiNOG#13 Registration

2006-10-27 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Fri, Oct 27, 2006 at 12:55:00PM +0200, Matthias Blaser wrote: On Thursday 26 October 2006 11:39, Pascal Gloor wrote: [1] http://www.spale.com/cgi-bin/swinogreg Is it fair that the first 2 could register 36 years in advance? ;o) Early Bird registration windows are common for all

Re: [swinog] Providers supporting TLS (for SMTP, POP, IMAP, ...)?

2006-09-16 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Sat, Sep 16, 2006 at 03:43:09PM +0200, Matthias Leisi wrote: If you are a provider yourself and you do not offer it: Are there particular reasons? Is it a conscious decision not to offer it or is it that just nobody asked yet? From a cryptographical point of view, this would be a

Re: [swinog] Formmailer-Scripts and Spam

2006-08-15 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Tue, Aug 15, 2006 at 05:35:26PM +0200, Matthias Hertzog wrote: b) Web-user has to enter a unique number (generated image) in the form to prove, he's a human being. The problem here is that spam bots are apparrently exceptionally good already at reading these characters out of the

Re: [swinog] Formmailer-Scripts and Spam

2006-08-15 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Tue, Aug 15, 2006 at 06:19:21PM +0200, Matthias Keller wrote: One thing I have been pretty successful in blocking spam is javascript... Of course one can argue not all browser support or execute JS but today when every 3rd site completely relies on JS this is no valid point

Re: [swinog] [update] *SPECIAL* SwiNOG-BE40 - BBQ/Beer Event 40 - 7th of August @ Oerlikerpark Block this subject

2006-08-09 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Mon, Aug 07, 2006 at 08:53:06AM +0200, Glogger Steven wrote: since the weather is quite bad we will go to the Outback at Bahnhof Stadelhofen. The nice thing is that this message arrived only now. Maybe it was stuck in the Melitta for just too long?

Re: [swinog] Reading list as RSS feed

2006-05-31 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 09:17:46AM +0200, Glogger Steven wrote: how do you answer to posts? ,-) Someone wants to create a web forum. :-P Tonnerre pgpeQTcbQTPjA.pgp Description: PGP signature ___ swinog mailing

Re: [swinog] Reading list as RSS feed

2006-05-31 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 11:29:30AM +0200, Glogger Steven wrote: well, i think RSS is quite a standard and there are possibilities to provide the swinog mailinglist also as RSS feed.. Frankly, ICMP is also a standard. Shall we communicate using icmpchat? (

Re: [swinog] mirror.switch.ch overloaded?

2006-03-21 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Tue, Mar 21, 2006 at 09:51:11AM +0100, Martin Ebnoether wrote: I was just wondering why my favourite source of free software has been overloaded over the past few days. I'm talking about the FTP server of mirror.switch.ch[1]. It seems I cannot login because too many anonymous

Re: [swinog] mirror.switch.ch overloaded?

2006-03-21 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Tue, Mar 21, 2006 at 10:57:34AM +0100, Beat Rubischon wrote: Never noticed yet. Though, I'm now downloading Fedora Core 5 from ftp.solnet.ch. Works great, thank you guys. As long as mirror.switch.ch is (ab)used for several speed tests for cable and DSL customers, the server will

Re: [swinog] mirror.switch.ch overloaded?

2006-03-21 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Tue, Mar 21, 2006 at 03:51:07PM +0100, Martin Ebnoether wrote: As a Linux Guru you should know that today, Fedora Core 5 came out. Maybe it's because of this? I doubt that this has had such a big impact on that server's performance. Even more since it is swamped from last sunday

[swinog] [RFC] Automatic holiday monitoring tool

2006-03-15 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, Since we receive a bunch of out-of-office replies on every post to swinog, why not use it for something useful? This is what I came up with. The german c't magazine is publishing an annual survey of IT related jobs with regard to income and working conditions. We could now monitor the

Re: [swinog] Cisco parts for sale..

2006-03-02 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Thu, Mar 02, 2006 at 12:31:41PM +0100, Viktor Steinmann wrote: sorry for this kind of spam.. Let's ban this guy and get back to busines... If we can agree to ban all the autoresponder using idiots as well, and all the people who do TOFU, and all the people who ask about the latest

Re: [swinog] Prevent Bounces from MS-Exchange?

2006-02-02 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Mon, Jan 30, 2006 at 07:47:09PM +0100, Folken wrote: - install second server infront of the machine - install postfix on it - added greylisting, rbls, spamassassin, razor checks - get this perl magic script to fetch all valid accounts from active directory on the exchange server.

Re: [swinog] Colocation of an FFII server

2006-01-21 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, As many people asked pretty much the same questions, here go some answers: * The expected traffic is between 170 and 300 Gigabyte a month, according to Jeroen. * The server itself is probably going to be 1U only, but we would probably need an external drive bay. * If 2 people

[swinog] Colocation of an FFII server

2006-01-20 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, The days of genba.ffii.org are coming to an end. A dual Pentium II 500MHz just isn't up to the job anymore. Therefor, we're going to buy a replacement server, and looking for a place to locate it. One suggestion was somewhere inside Switzerland, for several reasons. We are therefor asking

Re: [swinog] Autoresponder

2005-11-10 Diskussionsfäden Tonnerre LOMBARD
Salut, On Fri, Nov 11, 2005 at 08:16:23AM +0100, Felix Rauch wrote: On Fri, 11 Nov 2005, Steven Glogger wrote: there's a short answer: Short solution: Add all the autoresponding addresses to the swinog-autorespond mailinglist and let them have fun there... ;-) Cheap neural networks?