Author Archives: pbenavent

Deseos para el día de “Acción de Gracias ” por Dan Gillmor 0

(Previa: este post es una traducción del original publicado por Dan Gillmor en su blog. Detalles aquí) (Nota del autor: esto es una adaptación de un editorial del Día de Acción de Gracias que escribí hace muchos años en Detroit Free Press y que luego actualicé en mi columna de San Jose Mercury News). Acción […]

Free DNS alternative with privacy guarantees 0

Google, Twitter or Facebook products are not social media. Those products are made for a very specific purposes. No conspirancy theories, just business, all are offered for free in exchange of our privacy. Lately has been broad knew the Facebook case with Cambridge Analytica. Not only Facebook, Google too closes Google+ without previous inform about […]

CNTL when curl or wget is not enough 0

Simple retrieving from the Internet behind a proxy There’re a couple of ways to go out your company via a proxy. Most common and simple it’s to retrieve a particular web using the command curl (or wget) and include your authentication in it, for instance: curl –proxy-ntlm –proxy-user “MyDomain\ntlmtest:test” –proxy proxy.estest.intra:3128 (You may get more […]

Command line in browsers for private modes 0

Not as usual as a double click on a icon, but useful too, you may type a command line for start a browser. Some brosers have a richfull command line options. If you want to start browsers in a private / incognito mode type: for Firefox: firefox -incognito (for more information check this article from […]

How to tell to fail2ban what init system are you running 0

I owed myself a fail2ban installation on the Raspberry Pi. A simple view of this log tell you many things: Jun 17 07:54:15 raspberrypi systemd[1]: Starting Fail2Ban Service… Jun 17 07:54:28 raspberrypi fail2ban-client[11687]: ERROR No file(s) found for glob /var/log/proftpd/proftpd.log Jun 17 07:54:28 raspberrypi fail2ban-client[11687]: ERROR Failed during configuration: Have not found any log file […]