Tag: github

keybase and github commits

Apr 18, 2016 2 min.

Now that Github visualizes signed commit, I wanted to start using my keybase pgp key to sign commits. Unfortunately my keybase key had a single uid of tam7t@keybase.io which is not actually a real email address. This prevented github from showing commits signed with that key as verified. Thankfully, it is easy to add a second uid to your public key and not have to struggle with keybase’s new key model.

Heartbleeding an OpenVPN server

Apr 21, 2014 2 min.

Everyone has been atwitter lately over the heartbleed bug which motivated me to look into what lesser known implementations of OpenSSL might be vulnerable. My ddwrt home router seemed like a good choice because releasing and installing updates isn’t as ubiquitous for firmware as it is for desktop software. I started by looking into the HTTP admin interface. httpd I identified the web server by browsing the source code and found that SSL was most likely performed by MatrixSSL.