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Ah ha: $ cat /etc/httpd/modsecurity.d/httpbl.conf SecHttpBlKey foobarbaz SecRule TX:REAL_IP|REMOTE_ADDR "@rbl dnsbl.httpbl.org" "id:'99010',chain,phase:1,t:none,capture,block,msg:'HTTPBL Match of Client IP.',logdata:'%{tx.httpbl_msg}',setvar:tx.httpbl_msg=%{tx.0},deny,status:418" SecRule TX:0 "threat score (\d+)" "chain,capture" SecRule TX:1 "@gt 20" SecRule ARGS "\.\./" "t:normalisePathWin,id:99999,severity:4,msg:'Drive Access',deny,status:406"
I give up, having read the mod_security manual I have no idea how to change the 4 lines given for httpbl so it blocks rather than logs. SecRule TX:1 "@gt 20" "deny,status:406" ?
Nice idea to ditch the USB over the phone, but it means always carying a USB cable, and my phone wont boot a computer...
Toggle Commented Oct 16, 2013 on Updating Your Utility Belt at Coding Horror
"This is not SNI-based. You get at least 1 IP per location which is probably why it costs $600..." Except they hand out freshly baked IPv4 address at the drop of a hat i.e. for VPC end points, for nothing like that cost. So are they just charging it because they can ?
So what happens to EBS volumes that are attached / mounted dynamically - are they copyed too if they are attached ? Can you copy a running AMI ?
Is this cost neutral ? I mean, I'm now going to have a vastly more complicated set up, using more AWS 'stuff', even if I just have the single EC2 instance to muck about with, right ?
Awesome work, I'd love plain old 'restart' as an action too.
Looks awesome, but polling for new work is painful and increases the minimum latency (unless we waste a whole CPU polling all the time). Can't we just register an URL you POST to when there is new work ?
What were the 'certain circumstances' that made it leak ? Who are the partners ? How do I opt out ? When will it change to opt-in, if this service is so valuable ?
Toggle Commented Jan 25, 2012 on O2 mobile numbers and web browsing at O2 Blog
Interesting. I would have expected you to go for a DrayTek (what with being geeky *and* having built in VPN endpoints...).
Toggle Commented Sep 25, 2010 on Because Everyone Needs a Router at Coding Horror
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