|Certificates:||# 150-010-841 RHCE, RHCSA, RHCoE-Server Hardening
# ECC43661837879 CEHv8
|Workplace:||Alior Bank SA - Warsaw, Poland|
|Interests:||POSIX/GNU operating systems, computer programming, cyber security, digital forensics, astronomy, astrophysics, parapsychology, music (playing organ, drums), mechanical wrist watches, urban exploration, railroads, submarines and many other.|
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This is essentially electronic atmosphere music designed to relax the listener with its soothing vibes. Generally under 90 bpm or totally beatless, ambient music takes you on a relaxing or thoughtful journey using a variety of sounds, from wind and whale sound samples, to richly textured electronic landscapes.
|» Mooma - Shelter|
Various source codes written by myself. Everything is GPLv3. Most of them are old and outdated.
|» Wake On Lan - Magic Packet||
PyGTK-based tool for sending broadcast frame called Magic Packet to turn on a computer remotely (tested in local networks and Internet). The program uses remote or local Top-level Domains list downloaded from IANA to validate the FQDN (can be updated by --update-tlds option).
There are two ways to use Wake On LAN over Internet:
Above example will work for 192.168.0.0/24. 192.168.0.254 is an unused IP, eth1 - WAN interface, eth0 - LAN. iproute2 assigns 192.168.0.254 address to MAC ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff. iptables forwards received packets from port 48777 to 192.168.0.254:48777 - this address has assigned the broadcast MAC, so all packets will be sent to every computer in LAN.
Simple utility to calculate pointer domain names for IPv6 prefixes.
Real-time backup script which periodically checks modification time of each file and creates backup of the file if it has been modified, with preserve the file and parent directories structure and permissions.
Very simple but useful Bacula pre-backup script for Zimbra Collaboration Suite (Open Source Edition). The script kills all orphaned processes not properly closed by Zimbra's zmcontrol (e.g. MySQL) before backup. The script was made for standalone Bacula installations that are allowed to connect to Zimbra server via SSH key authentication. Therefore it also protects killing of itself and the SSH session (BeforeJob non-zero status).
Recommended config (script should be placed into /opt/zimbra):
RunBeforeJob = "ssh zimbra@mailserver ./zmstop.sh"
RunAfterJob = "ssh zimbra@mailserver zmcontrol start"
|» lastfm.pl - last.fm now playing script for irssi (Perl)||download|
|» rc.hurricane - Hurricane Electrics IPv6 update script (bash)||download|
|» backup.sh - rsync-based backup script (bash)||download|
» NVIDIA 96.43.05 Display Driver patch for Linux 2.6.26
» Linux >= 2.4.4, >= 2.6.0 NULL pointer dereference due to incorrect proto_ops initializations fix
» Slackware packages and SlackBuilds
» Old Linux kernel configurations for desktop (vanilla+grsec w/NAT, ACPI, I2C, USB DSL modem, etc.) and server (Hardened Gentoo w/ iptables, PaX/grsecurity and QoS)
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