ANTSZ idiota mail szerver beallitas

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Az ANTSZ mail szerveret (postas.antsz.hu) idiotak tartjak karban. Kaptak egy adathalasz levelet Del-Amerikabol a d357f6af@szolnok.antsz.hu cimre, es sajnalatos modon az en cimem volt a spoof-olt felado. Azonban a d357f6af@szolnok.antsz.hu cimzett nem letezik az ANTSZ rendszereben, erre mit csinal a postas.antsz.hu? Vissza bounce-olja a spoof-olt cimre a teljes levelet. Idiotak. Az üzenet kézbesítése nem sikerült a következő címzettek vagy csoportok számára: d357f6af@szolnok.antsz.hu A megadott e-mail cím nem található. Ellenőrizze a címzett e-mail címét, és próbálja meg újból elküldeni az üzenetet. Ha a probléma továbbra is fennáll, forduljon az ügyfélszolgálathoz.   Diagnosztikai adatok rendszergazdák számára: Létrehozó kiszolgáló: OTHMBX02.antsz.local d357f6af@szolnok.antsz.hu Remote Server returned '550 5.1.1 RESOLVER.ADR.RecipNotFound; not found' Eredeti üzenetfejlécek: Received: from postas.antsz.hu (10.50.255.146) by OTHMBX02.antsz.local (10.50.250.103) with Microsoft SMTP Server (TLS) id 15.0.1473.3; Fri, 26 Jun 2020 21:28:45 +0200 Received: from (unknown [152.174.114.118]) by postas.antsz.hu with smtp id 4cc3_3969_3f5382d6_b7e3_11ea_a8b5_001d0964d1c9; Fri, 26 Jun 2020 21:28:44 +0200 Message-ID: <9707EA242E7AC9E0709D53590DBE9707@24HB0SINIPU> From: <xxxxxxxxxx@acts.hu> To: <d357f6af@szolnok.antsz.hu> Subject: =?utf-8?B?RmnDs2tqw6F0IGZlbHTDtnJ0w6lrLCBzw7xyZ8WRc2VuIHbDoWx0b3p0YXNzYSBtZWcgYSBqZWxzemF2?= =?utf-8?B?w6F0IQ==?= Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2020 10:08:41 -0500 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_0041_01D64BCE.0748D5B1" X-Priority: 3 X-MSMail-Priority: Normal X-Mailer: Microsoft Windows Live Mail 15.4.3508.1109 X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V15.4.3508.1109 X-NAI-Spam-Flag: NO X-NAI-Spam-Level: ** X-NAI-Spam-Threshold: 5.5 X-NAI-Spam-Score: 2.3 X-NAI-Spam-Report: 6 Rules triggered * 1 -- BTC_TRGT1 * 1 -- ML_MT_20190613_95…

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Static code check for a Gerrit refspec

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I wanted to introduce static code check for our repo in Gerrit. Gerrit allows you to fetch the given refspec, then you may use git diff-tree to see what files are in the given change. The trouble is that you already need the repo cloned to do so, which is not that efficient for a larger repo. Fear not, the Gerrit ssh API is to the rescue. Let's how to make it work. Let's say you set up a Jenkins job to be triggered from Gerrit whenever a patchset is created. Gerrit sends a bunch of parameter about the given commit to Jenkins, eg. GERRIT_CHANGE_ID=I95e8231824c3d63d063b10c8a1d638cc42e3dd44 GERRIT_CHANGE_NUMBER=40175 GERRIT_PROJECT=myrepo GERRIT_REFSPEC=refs/changes/75/40175/4 Now let's get the files from the patchset using the Gerrit SSH API (you need the jq utility to process the json output): ssh -p $GERRIT_PORT $GERRIT_HOST gerrit query --files --format JSON change:$GERRIT_CHANGE_NUMBER --current-patch-set | jq -r "select(.project==\"$GERRIT_PROJECT\")|.currentPatchSet.files[].file" The above command produces the following output: /COMMIT_MSG aaa.sh bbb.groovy Now we have to filter /COMMIT_MSG, since it's not an actual file in the commit, rather the commit message which we are not interested in this time. So we have two files in the patchset: 'aaa.sh' and 'bbb.groovy'. Once we have the affected files…

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Optimizing SSD for a desktop

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Some ideas from https://easylinuxtipsproject.blogspot.com/p/ssd.html Execute fstrim -v / once in a week or so Disable swapping Disable Firefox to write its cache to disk. It should store it in memory instead. Disable hibernation  

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Top 20 or so interview questions

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Recently, I was looking for some (mostly) Linux interview questions, and frankly I was disappointed. The top 10-20 google hits (mostly from Indian sites) were mediocre, boring crap, and even worse a mere copycat of each other, without a single, truly genuine question. Most of them share questions like "What's the difference between BASH and DOS?", or "Unix and Linux". Or "What's a microprocessor?" Really? But my favourite bullshit question found in every one of them is "What are the different modes of Network bonding in Linux?" Ok, perhaps I felt pissed off, because I didn't use bonding in Linux, and I didn't know the answer. Anyway, I've compiled my top 20 or so Linux interview questions, with some brief hints what I'd like to hear in the answers. 1. Describe swap partition Please mention virtual memory (physical memory + swap), paging out to swap, that it's much slower, than RAM. 2. How do you make ssh daemon more secure? A few tips: Use protocol version 2, which is the default for any recent distros Use firewalls, iptables, (hosts.allow and deny files, anyone?) whatever to limit access to the daemon Disable password based authentication, allow ssh keys only Disable root…

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“Top 3 Best Email Archiving Solutions” – how not write a review

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I've just stumbled in an article about the "Top 3 Best Email Archiving Solutions". I was curious, so I engaged, and read the article on the topic. What I found was a ridiculous conclusion, read it for yourself below. Our favorite email archiver is Clean Email. This modern and easy to use inbox cleaner is a perfect companion for anyone who relies on email and wants to be more organized. So basically the people of Clean Email concluded that Clean Email was the best solution to archive emails. It's clearly a biased "review".  

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Changing the background colour for on remote server via SSH

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Once I managed to shutdown a server. At the end of the day I wanted to shutdown my notebook, so I switched to the workspace with my terminals open, and typed sudo halt. I noticed pretty soon that my notebook didn't halt, instead I lost the connection to a remote host, because I typed the command in the wrong terminal. The solution is to make the terminal background colour somewhat different, eg. to make it reddish. The following command does the trick: printf '\033]11;#9e0e2a\007' You have several options. 1. Add it to the .profile on the remote host 2. Create an alias for ssh: alias s="printf '\033]11;#9e0e2a\007'; ssh" You can have an alias to revert the bgcolor back to black: alias black="printf '\033]11;black\007'"

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HP Enterprise adatkozponti mernok = vicc kategorias ajanlat a Braining Hub-tol

A jelek szerint a Hewlett Packard Enterpise ill. a partnerei is munkaero (hiany okozta) gondokkal kuszkodnek. Igy a HP Enterprise Braining Hub elhatarozta, hogy adatkozponti mernokoket fog kepezni. Fel ev, munka mellett is vegezheto, majd 400 kontaktora, 600 ezer Ft + AFA osszegert egy egeszen jo tematikan ragjak magukat vegig a hallgatok. Azonban a kepzes utan kotelezettsegek is varjak a vegzetteket, amiben az szerepel, hogy A képzés elvégzése után a Hewlett Packard Enterprise partnercégei által felajánlott pozíciót köteles vagy elfogadni, amennyiben az minimum 250 000 Ft nettó fizetéssel jár. 1 éves időtartamra. Csak 1 kerdesem van: Maaargit, noooormalis? Magyarorszagon, ahol ma lasszoval kell fogni IT szakembereket, ez komoly, hogy brutto 380 kHUF koruli osszeggel akarjak kiszurni a szemuket? Foleg, hogy a vegzetteket nyilvan nem emberbarati szeretetbol, hanem kokemeny profitert fogjak kikozvetiteni. Nonszensz.

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Top 10 docker logging gotchas

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Just found an article about https://jaxenter.com/docker-logging-gotchas-137049.html It also mentions a few alternatives, two Docker API based log collection tools: Logspout and Sematext Docker Agent.

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Skype vs. Firefox as an unsupported browser

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Today I wanted to login to skype web client. Unfortunately web.skype.com showed me the following nice bullshit: I was using skype web a few days ago, and now firefox is not supported.  Shall I use Microsoft Edge? Really? Shame on you, damned fools! Fear not however, because Mozilla has a nice addon to set the User-Agent. So I've installed the addon, then faked Windows / Edge 17, and finally I was in, and could use skype web just like before.

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