Hi guys! How are you doing?
My name is Patrizio.
- Corporates use HTTP proxies.
- HTTP proxies suck.
- HTTP proxies implementation on Linux sucks than everything.
- I have no control of the shitty proxy I’m talking about
I’ve uploaded on GitHub the latest version of the slides I made for the networking laboratory class which I’ve supported during the a.ys. 2015/2016 and 2016/2017. The slides are available here.
Pi Hole is a framework that aims to block advertisements on your network using a sinkhole approach on known advertisements domains.
I use to automatically tag my e-mails with time based labels, on Gmail. Can I simply use filters? Maybe yes, but I didn’t get to make them work when specifying only dates as criterias. Maybe I’m idiot, but Gmail simply doesn’t allow me to specify such filters. So I tricked him with a small Google Apps Script, that tags emails with a current year and a current month nested labels. Please note that it just works for 2017 and month names are in Italian. I scheduled it to run once a minute.
Hi :) These are the slides I’ve made with prof. Claudio Ardagna for the Networking laboratory class, which I’ve been supporting during this academic year at University of Milan. The main tool we’ve used during the lab has been IMUNES, an open-source network topology simulator built on top of Docker and Open vSwitch.