Jacob Kaplan-Moss

13 items tagged “network”

📌 Back to Basics: Beyond Network Hygiene #
📌 GRIZZLY STEPPE – Russian Malicious Cyber Activity | US-CERT

“On October 7, 2016, the Department Of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) issued a joint statement on election security compromises. DHS has released a Joint Analysis Report (JAR) attributing those compromises to Russian malicious cyber activity, designated as GRIZZLY STEPPE.” #

📌 bumptech/stud at master - GitHub

“stud is a network proxy that terminates TLS/SSL connections and forwards the unencrypted traffic to some backend. It’s designed to handle 10s of thousands of connections efficiently on multicore machines.” #

📌 MarcoPolo - Context-aware computing for Mac OS X

Nifty tool: gather “location evidence” (wifi network names, attached peripherals, etc.) and use that infer location (“home”, “work”, etc.). I’m using this to automatically kick off backups and such when arriving home (where my NAS is) and at work (where I have a fast connection to S3). #

📌 Protocol buffers: the early reviews are in [dive into mark]

Absolutely perfect roundup of the reaction to protocol buffers. #

📌 Python Package Index : IPy 0.51

Nice utility class for dealing with IPv4/IPv6 addresses. Especially nice is the netmask handling; I never have been very good at calculating netmasks by hand. #

📌 Brad's Thoughts on the Social Graph

Tackling social network portability. If anyone can solve this nasty problem it’ll be Brad. #

📌 PyCon Wireless Network

Sean’s write-up of how he pulled off the wireless networking at PyCon this year. This should be required reading for anyone holding a geek conference; PyCon’s network coverage was *far* better than any other conference I’ve ever been at. #

📌 Isilon Systems

A networked storage appliance on top of BSD. Looks pretty sane. #

📌 Ubuntu PXE Install - C4 Wiki #
📌 Installation/Netboot - Community Ubuntu Documentation #
📌 John's System and Network Monitoring Page

... a modest collection of references to system and network monitoring software. #

📌 Cricket

Cricket is a high performance, extremely flexible system for monitoring trends in time-series data. Cricket was expressly developed to help network managers visualize and understand the traffic on their networks, but it can be used all kinds of other job #