Novell groupwise getting the shodan.io experience

Crook

I hate shodan (my blog) and never really understood the Novelll thing (my blog) but history has ignored Novell.who was being sued by it’s owner Microsoft for reasons best known to themselves towards the end.

Anyhow i notice that the Novell GroupWise Internet Agent 7.0.1 is being used by shodan.io users to send viruses which our thing detects.

Whether this is really groupwise or not i dont honestly care about but since it is not branded as a Microsoft product i guess its another example of Embrace, extend, and extinguish, or Embrace, extend, and exterminate from our friends at Microsoft.

So if your a non clued in member of shodan and aspiring script kiddie you know what to look for after all that’s the meaning of shodan as i understand it.

the ten a day, up from five a day

great bananas, but the catholic preist raped my children

Fruit & Vegetables are interesting as part of a balanced diet – somebody ‘nutritional‘ (my blog) since has declared that from five items of stuff then should be increased to ten a day.  – Seventy bananas a week.

I guess it soon be twenty.  That is a lot of bananas. One hundred and forty  a week.

There are plenty of quacks and monopolists in vitamin pills and nutrition ‘science’  Perhaps twenty a day will also apply to sugary drinks and chocolate bars* as well.

*the sugar industry is known to bribe nutritionists.

atps and adsp records (featuring asl too) and dmarc reporting

Sisyphus is still a role model

Sisyphus is still a role model

Yes i am doing dmarc today once again,exciting stuff this.and i have finally figured out opendmarc-reports which for the zoo atps is apparently needed.

These records are fun and once you do one domain, the others also need doing ala.

  • example.com
  • example.net
  • etc
_adsp._domainkey.example.com IN TXT "dkim=all; atps=y; asl=example.net;"
YFP5HEI6FUVG5WMNRBCEO6BK2Z75XKJZ._atps.example.com IN TXT "v=atps01; d=example.net;"

The YFP5HEI6FUVG5WMNRBCEO6BK2Z75XKJZ is sha1 hashed example.net.  opendkim-atpszone can make this with

opendkim-atpszone -h sha1 -u example.com -A example.net -vvv

The rest of the dns lines from above  is where your on your own

YFP5HEI6FUVG5WMNRBCEO6BK2Z75XKJZ._atps TXT 86400 "v=ATPS1; d=example.net"

Eagle eyed readers will note that v=ATPS1; and v=atps01; differ and no adsp record is made.

The has found that atps01 works and is unwilling to test the capital variant.

The only reason i have this is for opendmarc-report which for some reason if i do not have them i get a dmarc error of no.

postfix/smtp[*]: *:
status=bounced (host aspmx.l.google.com[74.125.71.26] 
said: 550-5.7.1 Unauthenticated email from example is not accepted 
due to 550-5.7.1 domain's DMARC policy. 
Please contact the administrator of 550-5.7.1 example domain if this 
was a legitimate mail.

That’s it which is what brought me to this vague corner of dns and email

The dmarc report i received back the next day was interesting.

<source_ip>munged .com</source_ip>
<count>1</count>
<policy_evaluated>
<disposition>none</disposition>
<dkim>pass</dkim>
<spf>pass</spf>
</policy_evaluated>
</row>
<identifiers>
<header_from>example.net</header_from>
</identifiers>
<auth_results>
<dkim>
<domain>example.net</domain>
<result>pass</result>
<selector>mail2</selector>
</dkim>
<dkim>
<domain>example.net</domain>
<result>pass</result>
<selector>mailxx</selector>
</dkim>
<spf>
<domain>example.net</domain>
<result>pass</result>
</spf>
</auth_results>

rubberduckSo perhaps more evidence that atps is needed when its a dead duck considered to say spf .

Maybe the zoo’s way of doing things is weird to openmarc-reports which is good at keeping secrets on our live mail server, so it is happy with adsp and human emaail gets sent properly with aligned spf,dkim and dmarc i will say no more.

So that fixes opendmarc-reporting.  Yay

 

 

 

 

Korean netflix

I have yet to find a decent South Korean television series either on netflix (my blog) or elsewhere, i just don’t get into them.  Films are different take:

Pandora

imdb: tt6302160 is a rather hysterical worst case scenario of a Nuclear incident.  It has some merit although a little ill-informed concentrating on what ifs rather than reality.

2/5 bananas

I am sure there good kdramas but kung fu doctors and mermaids all seem to suffer from extremely pretty actors rather than characters with shiny glasses and fish tanks which Japan has a lot of and are a meme.

North Korean stuff will get its own post which is more documentary than fiction at some future point.

So i am probably the wrong person to ask.

 

‘healthy’ food

Milliband s come with rent boys - On your side ?

one of the five/ten a day


Food is supposed to be healthy right ? Professor told us an strange story about his lady mate who eats healthy (my blog) but still has an in balance of chemicals resulting in a condition for a doctor to diagnose.

Siince we know there are a lot of crooks in ‘vitamins‘ (my blog) perhaps too there is also a lot of bad science in food consumption* recommendations.

Apparently i now need to ten bananas a day but such is advice from people with an agenda lets all say it is best to avoid these fraudsters.

*fish.brown bread too

Flash woes for all

cookiemonsterAdobe flash is really in a shit state of affairs even in a browser with no ad blocker. (my blog) – quite what it was trying to do and failed to do is a point i won’t bore you with that but somehow incompatibilities where either programmed in (latest greatest support) which got left behind by the people who put the object in the browser..

Not that i care or i control those decisions but flash has become an unmaintainable beast and most don’t yet know it after all it did work at some point.

Ignorance is bliss – forget what you read thanks flash is great when it can crash a four core laptop and that is the only software i know that do that..

That makes me smile

 

Minorities, genre and the bbc

I read that dr who which has taken yet another long break from the bbc after having it’s budget cut and having less episodes as a result of bbc decisions in the past after alll nobody watches it.anywhere.

Its not all great tv but it is yet another international thing the bbc is famous for has cut down on. Well i suppose television series are best done by Americans not the British unless it is about seven people in a stately home.

Oh well that is a surprise – and a bit of a fuck you to television licence fee payers but who gives a stuff about them?

I am having a hard time ‘getting’ a lesbian black canteen assistant who fattens up her lovers only to dump them.  Perhaps its just me with that simple thought.

Somebody in the bbc likes it though.

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Good cop bad war,Neil Woods

isbn: 97817855032707 is a look at the war on drugs, it certainly not a kind book about Nottingham & Northampton and other places linking gypsies and minorities to crime which makes one newspapers description of it kind of a curveball.

Written in a ‘you had to be there*’ style the problematic nature of dealing with drug crime is laid bare.   Problems lie both in police forces vision and politicians who might see one person dealing as the problem when the supply chain is the problem not the person who they got.

Rather repeating itself .Woods does name names which many newspapers did not publish with cases many know about Nottingham’s reputation but not go into the detail of which newspapers do not appear to be interested in.

So something here.  Eventually light is seen and thus a book is produced.

3/5 bananas *including swearing

 

Fusebox fun

fusebox

Madam

Bananas does not play with electricity but the monkey house does have a ‘sensitive’ fuse box.  If a light bulb dies, then we stumble about being urbane apes as the rest of the circuit has no power.

A reset on the fuse box usually fixes the problem and we then discover what went bang.  So if you really want to know how apes it takes to change a lightbulb two or maybe three apes if a ladder is needed in a tree free zone.

telescopic ladder

Oddly our fused plugs never seem to the cause of the problem and these seem redundant with this fuse box.

Sometimes it simply trips a room so the lights might work but the plugs wont.  So if somebody tells a joke about changing a light bulb you know how many apes it takes.  Useful information.