I'm trying to write a p2p file sharing program using python's built-in libraries. Everything is going well. The only thing is that i'd like to be able to use openssl public and private keys so only a host with the public key could access/decrypt the filesharing. I've gotten these libraries (httplib, basehttpserver, ssl, os) to work using just a pem file containing both the public and private keys but no success with them seperately. Can someone point me in the right direction or offer an alternative? PS, the goal of the project is to create an anonymous, decentralized, secure file sharing program. I want to be able to upload this to sourceforge so everyone can use it, if that's any incentive
How can I forward all traffic from a public IP to another public IP. Let's say I have a first debian box named box1 with eth0 = 18.104.22.168 and eth0:1 = 22.214.171.124 and I want to forward all traffic from 126.96.36.199 to "box2" located somewhere else over the internet and having for eth0 188.8.131.52 Both 184.108.40.206/24 and 220.127.116.11/24 are public IP ranges.
can you see below command i give return me error however it has been working fine before. there is 1 directory i want to make it .tar.gz [root@sa1 script]# tar cvzf /var/opt/bkup_axigen/axigen_bkup_2.tar.gz /var/opt/axigen/domain tar: Removing leading `/' from member names tar: /var/opt/axigen/domain: Cannot stat: No such file or directory tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors
I'm trying to backup every night a big directory (~2.5Gb) using tar+gzip.I'm calling tar like this:nice -n 19 tar --ignore-failed-read --exclude-tag-all=.kein-backup -Pczpsf '/backup/20100925233802f/archive.tar.gz' '/srv/products'And in 90% of the cases works just fine, in about 20 minutes is everything done. However, if it happens that in those minutes one file or folder from '/srv/products' gets deleted it reports me the following error:tar: /srv/products/prod14564.gif: Cannot stat: No such file or directorytar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errorsDoes it exist a parameter for tar to ignore this kind of errors? Is it there any other way to avoid these errors
I created a key pair in kgpg on suse 11.1 kgpg version 1.2.2. i am able to encrypted and decrypted files on the pc with no issues. I then exported the public key for the key pair created above, placed on flash drive and moved to my laptop running suse 11.2.
i open kgpg version 2.2.2 and imported the key, all was good. I then passed the file encrypted on 11.1 to the 11.2 laptop and with kgpg tried to decrypt the file, but the decrypting failed. The details shows the public key i just imported and then it says gpg:decryption failed: No Secret key.
I am not clear why on it is failing and if i missed a step some where along the way.
So I have created a Bash script with the intent of the program to change the names of the files in a folder's subdirectory.The code recognises the individual subdirectories, then is able to enter into one and list the files individually, but when it tries to change their information it says;' cannot stat ' : ' No such file or directory 'As if it is looking in the directory that contains the Bash script, not its subdirectory.It is essentially saying, I see a file here called FILE but sorry, I can't change FILE because FILE doesn't exist. kweh?Is this something outside the capabilities of Bash? Am I asking too much of it? Can Bash only manipulate files that are in the same folder as the script?
I'm trying to find a secure way to backup files on my Prod Server to Backup Server. It must be automated, so I will need to run a command with cron which will login to Prod Server from Backup Server and backup data. 1. Do you think it would be secure enough to do this by creating an passwordless RSA private key on Backup Server and adding it's public key to authorized_hosts file on Prod Server? I can't think of a way to Automate this without having to enter any passwords without passwordless RSA key. Is there another. more secure way? 2. Should I create a special user for backup, which will only have read access to all files in the directory that I am backing up? If so, How can I run a check that this new backup user indeed has read access to ALL files in the folder that I intent to back up? How can I ensure the backup process will not skip files due to some permission problem? 3. I'm thinking of using rsnapshot tool, which uses rsync.
Code: stuart@stuart:~/$cat showthread.php.html | grep -o [URL][^"< ]*" | uniq | head -n3 | plowdown - cannot stat '-': No such file or directory Code: stuart@stuart:~/$ awk NR==$x Musiclist.txt | cut -d/ -f6 | basename $1 .mp3 .mp3 Here's some system info on the bash i'm using:
I am using Fedora and I can see the public folders from other computers on my network as 'public on xxx'. Is there any way to mount that to the local fs? The way it is now I can only access it in the file manager.
I understand that I can specify nogpgcheck on the command line, or gpgcheck=0 in the repo file, but if I want to do it "right" how would I get the public key? And where should I have looked to find this without bothering the group? I looked in man yum and don't seem to find it.
well I am a novice in Linux OS, I have a wireless card, it's a Linksys WUSB600N but it doesn't work in Ubuntu 10.10 Desktop Edition, which it is the one I have, 64 bits machine, so I read this [URL] and I did all the steps, I downloaded 2010_0915_RT3572_Linux_STA_v18.104.22.168.tar but in the last part, sudo make install I got this error
I created a private/public pair. I put the public on github.But I can never push to github.Every time, it says public denied. In order to push, I need to do this:eval ssh-agentssh-add ~/.ssh/github_dsaThis is driving me nuts that I have to do this every time. So, I just put it in my ~/.bashrc file. I feel like that's a hack. Is this normal?
I'm doing a project demonstrating weaknesses in facebook's security setup, and I've reached a bit of a roadblock.I need to retrieve the public RSA key of the website (facebook) that it uses for https traffic. I know I can do this through firefox and everything, but I need to do it through the command line. If that's possible, that would be great, and would lead me to question number two. Once I have the public key, how would I use it to decrypt raw network traffic, like from wireshark, that came from facebooks servers that was encrypted using the public key?
I need to publish my local webserver from my lan to access outside using internet, I have public ips provided by ISP my local webserver address is 192.168.1.5 and I want to bind this local address to a public ip (Ex: 22.214.171.124) to use it out side my lan through squid.
I am working currently on my server on an issue, I configured the SSH Deamon that only people who have a valid ssh-key can login on to the server, and kicked the password option. Now I've added a user account git. I navigate to his home folder created the folder ".ssh" and created in that folder the file "authorized_keys" I copied my public key in there. Now on my local machine I added that identity (via ssh-add) and I wanted to connect to my server. but when I'm trying to login myself I can't the only message I get is "Permission denied (publickey)."
Another question though...i have a fedora 12 server set up and i have created 3 sudo users. I have created 3 putty keys (public and private) using putty key gen and basedn my research i was told to put the public keys in /home/"user"/.ssh/authorized_keys .I did that but when i tried to log on using the key...the server is saying "server refused key" could anyone assist in this issue
I have one doubt that is how can we actually connect a system in private network with the system in a public network using IP address. I have one system in private network (in my campus) I need to connect it with the system on public network (home) using IP address and communicate with each other. How can I do it or is there any other way of connecting these two systems more easily?