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A tale of awesomazing sandcastles

Everyone gets unwanted e-mails in his inbox and some are filtered by the spam filters or virus scanners, other get a way trough. My Spam filters are really good but this does not apply to malware mails and recently I got one. Usually I delete those and live goes on, but this time I was curious what…

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I'm working a lot with Django and Celery recently. By the way, asome OpenSource projects!
Celery is a simple, flexible and reliable distributed system to process vast amounts of messages.

For my project I have multiple celery workers, whose resides on different maschines. So called a distributed set…

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In March 2016, Lenovo started shipping the new Generation of its Thinkpad X1 Carbon series. For some time I was searching for a new Laptop, that fits my needs and finally boght the new thinkpad…

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So there is recently much going on for the topic DNSSEC. It helps to prevent man-in-the-middle attacks for dns requests. Quite controversial is if dnssec is the right protocol for securing the dns requests/responses. At the moment its the only solution for this usecase and good for use. this should…

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The last few months sysadmins, engineers and security components were on needles. Many security holes were found and patched. And in this case, patched means patched in the code, built binaries and pushed out by the sysadmins. Specially in the SSL/TLS segment, resp. openssl and its algorithms.

But n…

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