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Monthly Archive for September, 2018

Thefted firewood and rope

After my last camping trip, I was hauling around three boxes of leftover firewood, a 20 L water jug, and my camping chair in the back of my truck for a couple of weeks. After I left the Sharks game at SAP Center last night, I noticed it was all gone. It was a lot […]

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Kinta Public Schools yearbooks

https://www.flickr.com/photos/kintayearbooks/albums Earlier this year I came across some yearbooks from my school (Kinta High School) in the 1930s. Some belonged to my grandma, a couple from her brother that was killed¬†right out of high school in WWII, and others loaned from family friends. I learned a few things in the process, such as the location […]

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Fixing WPA2-Enterprise on OS X

Throwing another tidbit of recently found knowledge out here. Along the way with playing different certs on my EAP-TLS I wound up removing the 802.1x password entry from the OS X Keychain (at the time thinking it would help my problem). What I discovered after that, even after reverting my RADIUS server config, I couldn’t […]

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You think you know something just enough to get by, until you have something that challenges your workflow and tools. Then you have to brush away the cobwebs, learn a few things, and work on some scripts.¬†Based upon my recent adventures in dealing with EAP-TLS for wireless, I realized I was doing several things wrong […]

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If you’ve ever tried setting up FreeRADIUS and WPA2-Enterprise, and wondered how the example certs wind up with the X509v3 extended key “TLS Web Server Authentication” on it, the trick here is a config file specifying a numerical OID for the key instead of a text description. (Apparently Windows expects to see these TLS extended […]

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