ANEXIA Development and Managed Hosting

All posts by Stephan Peijnik


APR
24
2018

Filesystem quota management in Go

Written on April 24, 2018 by Stephan Peijnik

Stephan demonstrate here how Go interacts with operating system and how he developed our quota library.


MAR
3
2016

DROWN: Debian packages for squeeze, lenny and check script

Written on March 3, 2016 by Stephan Peijnik

The latest OpenSSL update, which was released on March 1st, fixed, among other bugs, a vulnerability named DROWN.


SEP
3
2015

K-Root DNS Server, powered by ANEXIA

Written on September 3, 2015 by Stephan Peijnik

ANEXIA has recently joined the RIPE NCC’s K-root server program, providing hosting for an Internet Domain Name System root server in Vienna, Austria.


DEC
19
2014

WinShock Test wrap-up

Written on December 19, 2014 by Stephan Peijnik

When WinShock came to light on 11th of November this year, our emergency response team, consisting of members of our IT and R&D departments created a small shell script which allowed remote detection of the vulnerability.


OCT
31
2014

The tale of lighttpd not sending the Last-Modified header

Written on October 31, 2014 by Stephan Peijnik

As the title already suggests, the reason for apt-get always re-downloading the package list was a missing Last-Modified header on the server’s end.


FEB
26
2013

ANEXIA Looking Glass is online!

Written on February 26, 2013 by Stephan Peijnik

We’ve just deployed our new Looking Glass system, which allows you to execute various network-diagnosis tasks directly on systems at our points of presence.