Am I the only one who stopped using PHP when they had 16 security problems in a week? Looks like they’ve had time to mature, at least in internet time.
It seems that whenever a programming language gets object-oriented, the security drops for about 3 years, then it gets really tight for another 3. Remember the problems with java at first?
Hell, remember logo?
Hell, I still believe, deep down in my cockles (don’t ask) that the reason every programming language ends statements with a semicolon is because of PASCAL (remember “Turbo Pascal”? “Turbo Prolog”? Remember Borland?), not because of C.
although I added it to /etc/default/saslauthd rather than edit /etc/init.d/saslauthd (better for future debian upgrades).
Another point to make is that sasltestwhatever of testsaslwhatever doesn’t work so configured unless you also either
Link each file in /var/spool/postfix/var/run/saslauthd to an identical name in /var/run/saslauthdor
Link /var/run/saslauthd directly to /var/spool/postfix/var/run/saslauthd (better answer, works through reboots)
Upgraded to wordpress 1.5. It was a no-brainer (or, as I originally typed it, a no-vrainer, because everyone knows how much I’m trying to get all traces of vrainage out of the house, now that Grace is here).
WordPress 1.5 now directly supports themes. I’m rather fond of Cup-o-Joe (as you can probably tell), but I want to have the sidebar headers generated in text, but I can’t figure out how to download fonts in Firefox.
Feb 6 04:08:18 sshd: Failed password for illegal user test from 18.104.22.168 port 59096 ssh2
Feb 6 04:08:18 sshd: Failed password for illegal user test from 22.214.171.124 port 59105 ssh2
Feb 6 04:08:18 sshd: Failed password for illegal user test from 126.96.36.199 port 59094 ssh2
Feb 6 04:08:27 sshd: Failed password for illegal user guest from 188.8.131.52 port 59499 ssh2
Feb 6 04:08:27 sshd: Failed password for illegal user guest from 184.108.40.206 port 59513 ssh2
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