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Let’s say you’re operating on sketchy wifi and the quiet guy in the corner on his laptop is sniffing your traffic. Web is already easy, you fire up SSH port forwarding and tell your browser to use yourself as a proxy. Other apps aren’t so easy. Not everything supports/honors SOCKS5 proxies, or any sort of […]

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Firewall SNMP hate

Cisco, your SNMP implementation on PIX and ASA annoy me. On every version from 6.x to 8.x, once you nameif an interface it removes any trace of what the physical interface is from IF-MIB. There’s no way to relate logical to physical, to know that ‘outside’ is ‘Ethernet0/0’. This is annoying because the datacenter sees […]

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