Letting Ubuntu resolve .local domains from network DNS servers

Ubuntu uses the Avahi Daemon to rewrite .local domains to always be localhost. This can be prevented by editing the config file sudo gedit /etc/avahi/avahi-daemon.conf and setting changing #domain-name=local into domain-name=.localhost (note that there needs to be a . between the name you select and the = mark. After doing this run sudo service avahi-daemon […]

OneDrive running under Ubuntu

Found and installed a great project to use OneDrive on Ubuntu; https://github.com/xybu/onedrive-d-old Only issue I had was that I needed to run the following command before the daemon would start but now it runs fine! sudo pip3 install click –upgrade After running the install I did the following commands to make sure my Documents folder on […]

Bijna helft Nederlandse banken beschermt u niet (optimaal) tegen phishing

U heeft nog nooit van SPF gehoord maar wel van phishing, mensen die u irritante e-mail sturen namens uw bank en op die manier u geld afhandig proberen te maken. SPF kan u hier (deels) tegen beschermen doordat banken bekend maken welke server namens hun e-mail mogen sturen en welke niet. Dit is een klein […]

Script to remove AutoMapping from select or all users in Exchange

An adeptation of the script by Matthias R Jessen. # Get all mailboxes in the forest $Mailboxes = Get-User -OrganizationalUnit “Employees” | Get-Mailbox -ResultSize unlimited -IgnoreDefaultScope $ConfirmPreference = “None” # Iterate over each mailbox foreach($Mailbox in $Mailboxes) {     try     {         # Try to run the example fix against the current $Mailbox         […]

How to get an A grade on SSLLabs with IIS 8.5 on Windows Server 2012 R2

After having some serious problems trying to find proper documentation for how to fix some of the bigger leaks in IIS (such as logjam, FREAK, POODLE) I became frustrated with the lack of documentation. Microsoft itself will point you to Nartac IIS Crypto which is a great tool, but I needed to roll these fixes out […]

Removing old 1Password vaults from the selection menu

After doing alot of fiddling with my password vaults for the Windows Phone app I had a large list of unused password vaults in the quick select menu. To remove these I found the following location: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\AgileBits\1Password 4\MRU. Here you can delete the keys for vaults you no longer use.