Using dig as a LLMNR or mDNS CLI Lookup utility

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I was looking for a LLMNR commandline lookup utility. Actually, dig can do the job quite fine.

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Surprising shell pathname expansion

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I thought I was understanding pretty well how bash argument processing and various expansions is supposed to behave. Apparently, there are still subtleties which tricks me, sometimes.

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Remote Code Execution via Cross Site Request Forgery in InternetCube and YunoHost

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How I found remote code execution vulnerabilities via CSRF on the administration interfaces of InternetCube applications and of the YunoHost administration interface which would have been used to execute arbitrary code as root. These vulnerabilities were fixed in YunoHost 3.3, OpenVPN Client app 1.3.0. and YunoHost 3.4.

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My document generation workflow with Markdown, YAML, Jinja2 and WeasyPrint

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I'm not a super fan a WISWYG text editors. They never really do what I want them to and often often do what I don't whan them to. Here's the workflow I'm using to generate simple text documents (resume, cover letters, etc.) from Markdown, YAML and Jinja2 templates.

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IP address spoofing in order to watch South Park

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Trying to bring back some old IP spoofing Firefox extension for watching South Park episodes.

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More example of argument and shell command injections in browser invocation

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In the previous episode, I talked about some argument and shell command injections vulnerabilities through URIs passed to browsers. Here I'm checkig some other CVEs which were registered at the same time.

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Argument and shell command injections in browser invocation

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While reading the source of sensible-browser in order to understand how it was choosing which browser to call (and how I could tweak this choice), I found an argument injection vulnerability when handling the BROWSER environment variable. This lead me (and others) to a a few other argument and shell command injection vulnerabilities in BROWSER processing and browser invocation in general.

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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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