We look into the PWNKit vulnrability and how it works. PWNKit is a linux exploit that have been in linux environments for over 12 years. We look at how it works and what is required to be vulnrable and different approaches to secure your system.
I will compile a version of Java 17 and try out the new switch statement. In the new Java version, the switch statement will give you a lot more flexibility when it comes to types and other interesting functions. Building Java gave me some insights into what is possible and not in Linux and Windows.
I got a new fancy box with a network switch. This is just a unpacking and first impression kind of video of a bargen buy for my new rack.
We’re looking into a solution using log4j to consolidate our logs in an third-party system using Application server and IBM has disabled the support for log4j in the application servers logging framework. I tried to reverse this process and check what was needed to enable this feature again. First of we need the log4j framework…
We create a lot of directories for the new Linux environment and copy the required files to continue building our system. Please follow me on twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar Outro music: Sanaas Scylla
I was looking into creating a reference editor to show an reference between my object to an SKU and I think it wasn’t obvious how to get this relationship to work. First of I wanted to use the reference editor to show my relationship. I defined it using the code below. I didn’t want the…
We look into setting up a local copy of jitsi video conference solution on a clean Debian install. We also try it out and see how it impacts the installed server. Install guide: https://ift.tt/1TNT3PH Using hosted jitsi: https://meet.jit.si/ Please follow me on twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar Outro music: Sanaas Scylla