pmeerw's blog

01 Jan 2008

Tue, 01 Jan 2008

IP over DNS - iodine on OpenWRT

"iodine lets you tunnel IPv4 data through a DNS server. This can be usable in different situations where internet access is firewalled, but DNS queries are allowed." Applies to many public hotspots...

Sounds useful, I tried to set it up using free subdomain (FreeDNS) and DNS (xname) service, with iodine running on my Asus wl500gp OpenWRT router (with dynamic IP (DynDNS)). zone on xname:	86400	IN	SOA 2008010101 10800 3600 604800 10800	86400	IN	NS	86400	IN	NS	86400	IN	CNAME	86400	IN	NS	86400	IN	SOA 2008010101 10800 3600 604800 10800 subdomain on FreeDNS:
Type: NS
Subdomain: pmeerw

posted at: 17:47 | path: /projects/OpenWrt | permanent link

24C3 - Chaos Communication Congress 2007

I've been to Berlin for the 24C3 (Dec. 27 - 30, 2007). Lots of interesting talks and great fun!

My work on Sputnik analysis got cited by Tomasz Rybak's work.
Got to analyze the new and hopefully correct data now :)
And buy some more RFID stuff: OpenPICC, OpenBeacon USB node.

Here's a list of the most noteworthy (technical) talks from Fahrplan:

posted at: 17:11 | path: /fun | permanent link

FeFe and Yossi on C++

FeFe has interesting slides of his C++ bashing talk (CCC camp 2007) and a link to Yossi Kreinin's excellect C++ Frequently Questioned Answers (FQA), in response to the C++ FAQ Lite.

posted at: 16:56 | path: /programming | permanent link

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