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Containerizing an application and deploying to Kubernetes Engine on Google Cloud Platform
For last weekend's coding exercise, I played around with Kubernetes Engine on Google Cloud Platform.
GCP offers a nice trial period where you get USD300 worth of credits on top of the already free
monthly resource allotments. Definitely …
Ubuntu, DKMS and Secure Boot
Starting with Ubuntu 16.04, the kernel will refuse to load unsigned
modules. This is pretty reasonable from a security point of view; a
chain of trust is established starting from a set of keys in the system
ROM. The kernel will refuse any unsigned …
We released version 1.3.0 of the Wifidog gateway
Here's the changelog:
- Add delta traffic stats (#211)
- Add config options for popular servers (#78, #203)
- Add SNI support for SSL (#226)
- Add option to save pid file (#217)
- Fix build with MUSL (#221)
- Fix wolfSSL detection for --enable-cyassl …
I am extremely happy to announce that a paper written by Yannick Versley and me
was accepted at
NAACL HLT 2015:
Michael Haas and Yannick Versley (2015) Subsentential Sentiment on a Shoestring:
A Crosslingual Analysis of Compositional Classification. In Proceedings of NAACL-HLT 2015.
The submission is partially based on
We released version 1.2.1 of the Wifidog gateway
yesterday. I'm extremely happy with this release. We put in lots of polishing and fixed a lot of bugs.
Here's the changelog:
- Fix build (#127, #128)
- Integrate with Travis CI
- Integrate with Coverity Scan
- Fix several memory leaks and other …
Wifidog run as root and that's bad. The omnipotent superuser
allows Wifidog to do absolutely everything on (and to) the system. An
attacker who is able to remotely execute arbitrary code
can easily take over the whole system.
Capable of Less
Enter Linux capabilities (man 7 capabilities).
Stunnel 5.14 Update
Somewhere along the way, I became the new maintainer for the stunnel
package in OpenWRT.
I had initially needed stunnel because my auth server for wifidog only speaks
TLS. In my testing, I required a more version of stunnel (for some reason I forgot).
At that …
Wifidog and the dreaded memory leaks
I've recently made quite a few contributions to the
wifidog project. It has
been a lot of fun to see the project coming back to life after being almost
dormant for the last couple of years. Now the bug tracker on Github is fuller …