Just before X-mas I migrated this site to https://b2g.h11e.de/.
If you want to reduce your nginx logs to non-personalized resp. anonymized
client addresses, you may apply the following method, running a slightly
changed log format after setting a new variable
The Raspian and Lubuntu releases at http://www.lemaker.org/ are yet not supporting Tokenized Interface Identifiers.
I fixed a minor problem with the UFW in my Lubuntu installation a few minutes ago.
By relaying DNS queries to local dnsmasq instances, debugging DNS servers in newer Ubuntu releases is no longer strictly file-based.
This looks really impressing: http://www.digitalattackmap.com/
Even if there are already IPv6-enabled mirrors, that help to maintain an IPv6-only Ubuntu installation, it’s a little tricky to apply a release upgrade.
The popular DNSBL rfc-ignorant.org is closing down soon. Make sure, you are no longer including this DNSBL in your mail configuration.
Watch out for any
IN_IPv6_RBL scores in your policyd-weight logs.
If you see regular hits, you probably have to either upgrade your policyd-weight or disable rbl.ipv6world.net manually.
I really need to memorize the useful site Support Details, so I use it instead of one of the numerous IP status sites.