Foo over SSH

Using SSH as a transport for your protocol

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A comparison of the different solutions for using SSH2 as a secured transport for protocols/services/applications.

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Terminal read-only live sharing

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Live sharing a terminal session to another (shared) host over SSH in read-only mode.

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OpenSSH ProxyUseFdPass

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While looking at the OpenSSH ssh_config manpage, I found the ProxyUseFdpass configuration I did not know about. It's apparently not widely known or used.

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C++ synchronisations for SimGrid

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This is an overview of some recent additions to the SimGrid code related to actor synchronisation. It might be interesting for people using SimGrid, working on SimGrid or for people interested in generic C++ code for synchronisation or asynchronicity.

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Number of lines of code with FlameGraph

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FlameGraph is used to display stack trace samples but we can ue it for other purposes as well.

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DNS aggregation over TLS

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In a previous post, I tried different solutions for tunnelling DNS over TLS. One of those solutions was using a dedicated DNS-over-UDP fake service replying to all queries with the truncate flag set: this was causing the stub resolvers to retry the query using a TCP-based virtual-circuit. This solution is interesting because it is dead simple (it fits in a few line of codes) but it is clearly a hack. Here, I'm using a dedicated DNS forwarder aggregating all the incoming DNS-over-UDP requests over a single persistent TCP virtual-circuit.

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Debugging use-after-free with RR reverse execution

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RR is a very useful tool for debugging. It can record the execution of a program and then replay the exact same execution at will inside a debugger. One very useful extra power available since 4.0 is the support for efficient reverse execution which can be used to find the root cause of a bug in your program by rewinding time. In this example, we reverse-execute a program from a case of use-after-free in order to find where the block of memory was freed.

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