https server

 code, crypto, python, security  Comments Off on https server
Mar 112014

In conjunction with the openssl scripts… a little bit of python code to fire up an ssl server… lots of them out there, this one is mine. #!/usr/bin/env python # # fire up an HTTPS/ssl web server in the PWD (defaults to localhost:8081) # # optional – give a file name to serve up, like "$0 foofile.html" # If you use this option it’ll wait a few seconds and […]

Linda and Doris rule the ‘net

 ipmi, security, tech, Uncategorized, web  Comments Off on Linda and Doris rule the ‘net
Jul 032013

Some misc ramblin’ notes/data on IPMI & SSL Certificates. So I used the SSL observatory software (oddly written, but still cool) to scan for certificates on a bit over 300K systems suspected of running IPMI (which in turn were had from HD Moore of Rapid 7 – thanks HD!) and who were on the net.  In case anyone else was interested in using the SSL Observatory stuff, it’s pretty simple once […]

…losing a half day of my life… and I’m running out of half days.

 dinosaur, perl, philosophy, security, web  Comments Off on …losing a half day of my life… and I’m running out of half days.
Jul 272012

This line did it: $ENV{‘PERL_LWP_SSL_VERIFY_HOSTNAME’} = 0; Net::Nessus::XMLRPC, which calls LWP::UserAgent, didn’t emit any hints why something that had been working for many months suddenly doesn’t when I am forced to port to a new system… same OS, how could it go wrong? Turns out LWP changed the default behavior that had been around forever – now it dies if a cert isn’t kompletely kosher.  Since virtually every Nessus install […]

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