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First-Ever Photo Tour of Defcon's Network Center

nuxx pf Config (128 comments)

TFA says that "...a quad-core Xeon running OpenBSD and employing pf to filter and shape traffic" is in place. I think it'd be excellent if they'd release the config for this so that we may all learn from it.

Release it after the con, that is, just in case there's a hole found in it...

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nuxx nuxx writes  |  more than 7 years ago

nuxx writes "Last night while cleaning I came across some old, but still packaged cyalume light sticks. After activating them I decided to do something I hadn't done for years and pour them down the toilet. The difference was that this time I had my camera ready, and the images I captured of the drops and film of the oily phenyl oxalate ester and H2O2 lightstick compound are reminiscent of galaxies, especially this one."

nuxx nuxx writes  |  more than 8 years ago

nuxx writes "I have a copy of Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise x64 Edition here, with 25 Client Access Licenses which I don't need. I don't want to throw it away, but because it's a Not For Resale copy, I can't list it on eBay. So, I'd like to give it to a charity. It's a completely new, unused, legal copy which was handed to me by a Microsoft rep a few weeks ago, so this should be legal to do. The problem is, I'm not really sure how to donate software to a charity. Does anyone have any experience with this? Do you know of any resources available regarding how to send such donations and which organizations find them useful? Thanks!"


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