Interesting articles read on 7 April 2018

Inspired by a blog I follow in my RSS reader that publishes Link Fests, I’m starting this from today.

  • Telegram’s design tailwind – HackerNoon
  • Productivity Paradox: How Working Less Will Make You More Productive – HackerNoon
  • Understanding Aperture and Landscape Photography – Digital Photography School
  • How an IIT graduate built one of India’s largest budget hotel chains – Quartz
  • Storing passwords in cleartext: don’t ever – Lars Wirzenius
  • We Trust Our Phones and Countless Corporations To Keep Secrets We Wouldn’t Tell Our Closest Friends – HackerNoon
  • How to Get Continuous Integration Right – HackerNoon
  • How Iyengar Yoga gave three people their lives back after suffering injury, abnormality and pain – South China Morning Post
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Securing FreeBSD server with Fail2Ban and IPFW

I’ve been playing with a FreeBSD machine for a while now and my primary server now runs FreeBSD 😀
So I came across this problem: installing Fail2Ban with IPFW.

FreeBSD has three different firewalls, so it’s difficult for any upstream application to decide on what kind of setup it should advocate. There is no one-size-fits-for-all. I read about various firewalls, and since I wanted to stick with FreeBSD only, I decided to use IPFW.

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