It was one of the most exciting weekends I have ever had. I worked with a bunch of passionate engineers on the recdnsfp project during RIPE DNS measurements hackathon in Amsterdam. Our goal was to identify hijacked resolvers to increase Internet users' safety, and we did it! Thanks to RIPE Atlas data (atlas.ripe.net) and a bit of ML, we managed to gather some exciting data.
There are so many tutorials "how to setup vpn tunnel". Unfortunately most of them are pretty much manual or are based on some bash magic.
I found myself repetitively doing the same thing over and over again... This article will show you how to setup full vpn tunnel (with sniproxy and dns server) with as little as one click (once you have keys) with vagrant and CoreOS.
As bonus point I'll briefly describe how to setup your openwrt to transparently pass traffic through tunnel.
Probably every and each one of have already heard about IPv6. Texts like "IPv4 is over" or "IPv4 Address-space is exhausted" are flooding the internet. So, why should I even bother about moving to IPv6? What are benefits?
In this short tutorial we're going to run MacOs X Mountain Lion on Asus X53SJ Notebook (with Intel Core i3 2310M CPU) using iATKOS ML2. From my experience this is the fastest and the most painless way to make it working. In the download section I've uploaded the kext drivers and a bit modified DSDT.aml which I found on osx86.net (with turns off nvidia hybrid/optimus graphics)