i got some new devices for my hacking environment:
uhub1 at uhub0 port 1 uhub1: ALCOR Generic USB Hub, rev 1.10/3.12, addr 2 uhub1: 4 ports with 4 removable, self powered
umass0 at uhub1 port 2 configuration 1 interface 0 umass0: Generic Mass Storage Device, rev 2.00/1.26, addr 4 umass0: using SCSI over Bulk-Only scsibus1 at umass0: 2 targets
due to lack of sata 2 dvd-rw drives support in openbsd, i bought this device for my new dvd-rw drive
new vnd(4) tools in -current (fsck_vnd(8) and mount_vnd(8)) is really nice. make your own encrypted virtual filesystem just by making file of static size, creating mount point and adding two lines in ``/etc/ fstab'' file.
turning back to the sound problem on the ibm thinkpad 600e. sb(4) instead of clcs(4) is not best solution for this problem: this can do only 8 bit 22 kHz audio, but, regarding to CS4239 datasheet, sound up to 48 kHz is supported.
ibm used dirty hacks to map the I/O-space of the CS4239 chip to CS4610. clcs(4) driver always expects to find it paired with an AC'97 codec chip, while instead the PCI CS4610 is paired with the ISA CS4239. since ibm use hacks, i use hacks too. here is patch to fix this problem first last and all the time.
note: this is a hack and use it at your own risk!
funny page about unix which is not unix operating system: OtherUnix.
pfflowd is a very nice NetFlow sensor for OpenBSD-based routers. Also, I install flowd as a NetFlow collector on a different machine in the internal network. I rotate flowd log files every hour using logrotate and place flows from log to SQLite database. That give me ability to query some information from database using simple SQLite syntax in cgi application.
Type the following command:
for each Ethernet port (available only for switchport)
Blocking incorrect login attempts in IOS:
login block-for 20 attempts 2 within 20
Information about last 50 login failures:
sh login failures
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