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A gentle introduction to security fuzzing and the Advanced Fuzzing League++ (afl++)

Writing software is similar to translating from one language to another. Specifically, it is similar to translating from your native language to some other language. You are translating to that other language so that you can help those others do some task for you. You might not understand this other language very well, and some …

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timg, a text mode image viewer and video player

Yes, you read it right. timg is a text mode image viewer and can also play videos. But, but, how is that possible? timg uses suitable Unicode characters and also the colour support that is available in many terminal emulators. timg is developed by Henner Zeller, and in 2017 I wrote a blog post about …

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How to setup multiple WordPress sites in LXD containers

My article was recently published on Linode on how to setup many WordPress websites on a single server, and put each website inside LXD containers. By doing so, you can have greater density on your VPS and more value for money. Apart from that, it also has great educational value to go through all the …

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How to compile lxd-p2c to migrate physical servers to LXD containers

The lxd-p2c utility helps you to migrate your physical servers to LXD containers. Dan Mac Donald wrote a tutorial with practical instructions on how to perform such a migration. There has been a recent discussion on compiling lxd-p2c and I am summarizing here. You would run lxd-p2c on a physical server that is to be …

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How to run a Windows virtual machine on LXD on Linux

Update 27th April 2021: The post has been updated and rechecked. Now, the stable version of distrobuilder is able to repack-windows and you do not need use the version from the edge channel. LXD is a hypervisor to run both system containers (a la LXC) and virtual machines (a la QEMU) on Linux distributions. System …

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How to get LXD containers obtain IP from the LAN with ipvlan networking

You are using LXD containers and you want a container (or more) to use an IP address from the LAN (or, get an IP address just like the host does). LXD currently supports four ways to do that, and depending on your needs, you select the appropriate way. Using macvlan. See https://blog.simos.info/how-to-make-your-lxd-container-get-ip-addresses-from-your-lan/ Using bridged. See …

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