Dynamic SSH jump hosts

This blog post is in response to this post by Mattias Geniar. I found his post through the Cron.Weekly newsletter which I highly recommend subscribing to. SSH jump hosts are generally used »

Tagged in Linux, SSH |

Mr. Robot S2E4 - IRC chat clues

At the end of episode 4 season 2, titled eps2.2init1.asec, Elliot takes the plunge and gets back onto a computer for the first time this season. Elliot SSHs to 192.251. »

Tagged in Mr. Robot |

Building IMAPFilter on Ubuntu 14.04

IMAPFilter is an amazing IMAP filtering system written in lua. It allows you to pragmatically filter email and get some pretty amazing results. It also means in situations where you mightn't have access »

Tagged in IMAPFilter, Ubuntu, build |

GitHub username change

In an effort to change everything over from my moniker Mooash I've recently changed my GitHub username over to jloh. Luckily the whole process was made really easy by GitHub. The username was »

Tagged in Blog, GitHub |

One click Qualys SSL Labs test

Ever wanted to do an SSL test on a website you're browsing? Tired of putting the URL into SSL Labs manually or copy and pasting? Worry no more! Just drag the bookmarklet below »

Tagged in javascript |

Let's Encrypt Beta: My Experience

After recently being accepted into the Let's Encrypt beta (this post was originally written when it was not in public beta) I've finally managed to set it up. The email they send you »

Tagged in Blog, Let's Encrypt |

Opening files over SSH in vim

vim is awesome for editing files locally but copying your .vimrc to every system you want to edit files on and keeping it in sync can be a real PITA. You could use »

Tagged in Blog, Vim |