Anyone Have issues with malicious DNS lookups of R3.o.Len really.org, Each day users are doing a DNS request to this malicious domain which resolves to Let’s encrypt, a free certificate authority

So we are having users constantly do a DNS look up of R3.o.lencr.org. We only received one detection with adware trying to execute and lookup this domain. When I drill down on the process, it shows a different process almost every time it’s always launching from the users Default browser; however, we blocked the domain so users can’t establish a connection, but I need to find the root cause when, if I had splunk we would be able to locate the process and DNs queries better and locate the root cause, anyone have a resolution. Even after blocking the domain at the firewall the users still are attempting the DNs look up. I sandboxed the domain and it appears clean; however our firewall believes it to be a vulnerability, and sinkhole the Queries. Virus Total has one hit by Comodo Verdict but I noticed the flag a lot of domains as malware sometimes false

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Local server with HTTPS gives "Certificate Authority Invalid" once I add a local DNS entry

One of the reasons I set up a pi hole was to take advantage of the built in DNS server. I added an entry for my local freedombox server running on another pi [hostname].ddns.net.

It works over the internet without issue using a LetsEncrypt certificate. I wanted the local DNS entry so that I can use some of the apps while on my local network.

Once the DNS entry is in place, I just get "Certificate Authority Invalid" whenever I try to get to [hostname].ddns.net on any of my machines using pi-hole as DNS server.

Please let me know what I can do to fix this!

Debug token: https://tricorder.pi-hole.net/hc0stfnjk9

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Net::DNS::Resolver not returning Authority Information

I believe in the past when I've called the send method with an address the authority array in the results returned would contain Net::DNS::RR objects including the SOA and NS records. Is there something I'm missing that would otherwise allow me to get this information?

Example Script

#!/usr/bin/perl

use strict;
use warnings;

use Net::DNS::Resolver;
use Data::Dumper;

my $dns_resolve = Net::DNS::Resolver->new();
my $query = $dns_resolve->send( '8.8.8.8' );

print Dumper($query);

Output

$VAR1 = bless( {
                 'count' => [
                              1,
                              1,
                              0,
                              0
                            ],
                 'answer' => [
                               bless( {
                                        'owner' => bless( {
                                                            'name' => '8.8.8.8.in-addr.arpa',
                                                            'origin' => bless( {
                                                                                 'name' => '8.8.8.8.in-addr.arpa',
                                                                                 'label' => [
                                                                                              '8',
                                                                                              '8',
                                                                                              '8',
                                                                                              '8',
                                                                                              'in-addr',
                                                                                              'arpa'
                                                                                            ]
                                                                               }, 'Net::DNS::DomainName' ),
                                                            'label' => []
                                                          }, 'Net::DNS::DomainName1035' ),
                                        'rdlength' => 12,
                                        'ttl' => 66261,
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Self-signed certificates annoy Chrome. Do I need to register a domain in order to get a certificate that doesn't annoy Chrome? How do I set up DNS to point that domain to a local IP and will a certificate authority issue such a certificate?

I want to serve files on my development machine as I learn.

(Specifically at the moment, javascript bookmarklets)

Up until now, I've just been serving the javascript files from localhost with http, but Chrome started to complain that scripts I try to inject into an https page must themselves be served with https.

So then I tried serving them with devd which automatically creates its own self signed certificate off its domain "devd.io" (which I guess it somehow injects into my system's dns entries as a synonym for my local IP so that devd.io still is a local address), but still, Google complains, now about the insecurity of self-signed certs.

Next I tried caddyserver, which is integrated with LetsEncrypt

The example for caddyserver is matt.life, which is a real domain, registered by Matt Holt.

If what I want is a

  • development server
  • served by https/tls
  • using the random addresses of my lan

How do I do that?

When I start caddyserver with a caddyfile that has a made up test development hostname in it, like jpflathead.me or jpflathead.dev, I get responses like this:

Activating privacy features...
Your sites will be served over HTTPS automatically using Let's Encrypt.
By continuing, you agree to the Let's Encrypt Subscriber Agreement at:
  https://letsencrypt.org/documents/LE-SA-v1.0.1-July-27-2015.pdf
Please enter your email address so you can recover your account if needed.
You can leave it blank, but you'll lose the ability to recover your account.
Email address:
2016/01/17 16:01:15 [jpflathead.me] failed to get certificate: acme: Error 0 - urn:acme:error:connection - DNS problem:
NXDOMAIN looking up A for jpflathead.me
Error Detail:
        Validation for jpflathead.me:80
        Resolved to:

        Used:

How do I use letsencrypt/caddyserver to serve https/tls for a local dev machine?

Do I need to register a real domain name?
Does it need to be public facing with a real public IP address? Or can it point to local IP addresses?

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A rabbi responsible for the certification that allowed Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich and others to obtain Portuguese citizenship is not allowed to leave the country and must present himself to authorities when required, Lusa news agency said on Saturday.

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 54%. (I'm a bot)


> A rabbi responsible for the certification that allowed Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich and others to obtain Portuguese citizenship is not allowed to leave the country and must present himself to authorities when required, Lusa news agency said on Saturday.

> Officers of the Judicial Police, the national criminal investigation agency, detained rabbi Daniel Litvak on Thursday as part of an ongoing public prosecutors inquiry into how Chelsea soccer club owner Abramovich was granted citizenship.

> The Porto community, where Litvak is the rabbi, was responsible for Abramovich's process.

> There is little known history of Sephardic Jews in Russia, although Abramovich is a common surname of Ashkenazi Jewish origin.

> In a statement on Friday, the Judicial Police and the public prosecutor said there were suspicions of money laundering, corruption, fraud and falsification of documents in the process of granting citizenship to descendants of Sephardic Jews.

> Close to 57,000 descendants of Sephardic Jews have been granted citizenship since the law was implemented in 2015, according to official data.


Summary Source | FAQ | Feedback | Top keywords: Litvak^#1 Abramovich^#2 citizenship^#3 Porto^#4 community^#5

Post found in /r/worldnews.

NOTICE: This thread is for discussing the submission topic. Please do not discuss the concept of the autotldr bot here.

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How do anarchists view education and degrees/ certifications? Do anarchists dislike the authority teachers have over students?

Part of me dislikes it because we're forced to participate in this system and instructors can make up arbitrary rules or take advantage of students, but at the same time I want to know for a fact that the guy building bridges or fixing my breaks knows what he's doing. I don't read theory, I'm lazy, but I promise this question is made in good faith.

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Need help understanding these Suricata alerts: SURICATA HTTP Request unrecognized authorization method and ET INFO Observed DNS Query to .world TLD

Does anyone know the nature behind these alerts?

Both alerts

SURICATA HTTP Request unrecognized authorization method

The destination IP is an IPv6 address that resolves to
g2600-1307-bc00-018f0000-0000-26e7.deploy.static.akamaitechnologies.com

ET INFO Observed DNS Query to .world TLD

What is meant by this being classified as Potentially Bad Traffic? I see multiple of these.

The source IPv6 address is not in the DHCPv6 leases nor in the NDP table. Any ideas how to find this out and is this something to be concerned about?

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Bug - dynamic dns cloudflare Authorization instead of X-Auth-Key

Hello,

I'm sitting on 2.5.2-RELEASE.

I tread to use cloudflare as a dynamic dns handler, however i'm getting an error:

Sep 20 18:23:34	php-fpm	338	/services_dyndns_edit.php: Response Data: {"success":false,"errors":[{"code":6003,"message":"Invalid request headers","error_chain":[{"code":6103,"message":"Invalid format for X-Auth-Key header"}]}],"messages":[],"result":null}

cloudflare forums say that the API token should be passed as Authorization: Bearer XXX

Source: https://community.cloudflare.com/t/api-error-6103/108470

Does anyone know how can i fix it?

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security of Certification Authority servers

Hi mighty reddit,

I was assigned to perform "penetration test" of the CA servers. I believe it is used by multiple other services to sign key and generate certificates. I have to come up with some test cases from the unauthenticated point of view. Does anyone knows what can be tested in the CA context?

Thank you,

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FINALLY got an email from SBA! They asked for 2 documents. One is for a business certification authorization for receiving the loan amount. Second is requesting my hazard insurance. I have sent both so PLEASE cross your fingers that it works out for us! Thanks
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A 3D printing start-up and a landlord have obtained the authorities' approval to "print" and rent out social housing in Reims. Several similar projects are being planned but this first official certification could propel this promising sector into its "industrial phase", according to XtreeE v.redd.it/tb3j4ds1m0x71
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Certificate verification failed for /C=US/ST=New Jersey/L=Jersey City/O=The USERTRUST Network/CN=USERTrust RSA Certification Authority

I've been getting this error when trying to run xbps-install -Su with a custom repository. Specifically, i'm using on of the main mirrors that void linux used, which was https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current I also tried it on the default server used, but I got the same error.

the full string I get is this:

[*] Updating repository https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current/x86_64-repodata' ...

Certificate verification failed for /C=US/ST=New Jersey/L=Jersey City/O=The USERTRUST Network/CN=USERTrust RSA Certification Authority

SSL_connect returned 1

ERROR: [reposync] failed to fetch file \``[https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current/x86_64-repodata](https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current/x86_64-repodata)': Operation not permitted`

[*] Updating repository \``[https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current/multilib/nonfree/x86_64-repodata](https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current/multilib/nonfree/x86_64-repodata)' ...`

Certificate verification failed for /C=US/ST=New Jersey/L=Jersey City/O=The USERTRUST Network/CN=USERTrust RSA Certification Authority

SSL_connect returned 1

ERROR: [reposync] failed to fetch file \``[https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current/multilib/nonfree/x86_64-repodata](https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current/multilib/nonfree/x86_64-repodata)': Operation not permitted`

[*] Updating repository \``[https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current/multilib/x86_64-repodata](https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current/multilib/x86_64-repodata)' ...`

Certificate verification failed for /C=US/ST=New Jersey/L=Jersey City/O=The USERTRUST Network/CN=USERTrust RSA Certification Authority

SSL_connect returned 1

ERROR: [reposync] failed to fetch file \``[https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current/multilib/x86_64-repodata](https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current/multilib/x86_64-repodata)': Operation not permitted`

[*] Updating repository \``[https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current/nonfree/x86_64-repodata](https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/current/nonfree/x86_64-repodata)' ...`

Certificate verification failed for /C=US/ST=New Jersey/L=Jersey City/O=The USERTRUST Network/CN=USERTrust RSA Certification Authority

SSL_connect returned 1

ERROR: [reposync] failed to fetch file \``[https

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CIRA(Canadian Internet registration authority) releases free DNS service to help combat cyber threats cira.ca/earlyaccess
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AD CS CAs in "CN=Certification Authorities"

Someone with a multi-level AD CS hierarchy, could you please check do you have only the root CA listed in "CN=Certification Authorities,CN=Public Key Services,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=domain..." (using ADSIedit for example)

Some configuration documentation refers to using a CA from this location but none of our issuing CAs are at this CN. Only the root CA is listed, so this would help me to find out whether our CA is misconfigured in LDAP or if the documentation is wrong.

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Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) and their "Canadian Shield" as a DoH and DoT DNS provider?

I'm trying to find some advice, but i'm not sure where to ask this. I just found a DNS provider who have servers near my city. He's not on privacytools.io list. I was wondering if anyone know if they are to be trusted as a privacy respecting compagny? They offer DoH and DoT DNS, they are CIRA.ca / Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) https://www.cira.ca/cybersecurity-services/canadianshield/how-works

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How do online certification courses for random skills, titles, ownerships of stars actually have any authority? Do these people actually own the star or are certified shamans?
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Afghanistan National Standard Authority will use Fantom technology to issue national certifications.

https://twitter.com/fantomfdn/status/1362449621264470016?s=21

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A 3D printing start-up and a landlord have obtained the authorities' approval to "print" and rent out social housing in Reims. Several similar projects are being planned but this first official certification could propel this promising sector into its "industrial phase", according company XtreeE v.redd.it/ki5pew2uxiy61
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More affiliates would drop if there was a competing functional fitness certification authority

More affiliates would drop if there was a competing functional fitness certification and training authority. I think that the International Functional Fitness Federation could do this. IWF and IPF both have certifications, coaches classes, and member gyms. IF3 could easily do the same. Also, they could create a Risk Retention Group for their members.

Current CrossFit coaches would grandfather into the new IF3 coach system as long as they have a CPR cert. New L1s would require an online test, CPR cert, and 50 hours internship. L2s would require 500 hours of coaching the methodology, a 3 day in person course, and test. (OPEX, CSCS with functional fitness experience, and CFL2 would grandfather here). L3 would require 1000 hours at L2 experience, additional fitness certs (USAW, USAPL, running, CSCS, ect), an interview, and a portfolio review. L4 would be reserved for the new seminar staff.

Member gyms would be able to receive RRG insurance and would be required to have some insurance, and would receive a USAFF/national federation/ IF3 sticker and would show up under member gyms. They would also show up in Google searches as official IF3 gyms and under their national federation, and would be a "Certified Functional Fitness gym".

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Self-signed certificates annoy Chrome. Do I need to register a domain in order to get a certificate that doesn't annoy Chrome? How do I set up DNS to point that domain to a local IP and will a certificate authority issue such a certificate?

I want to serve files on my development machine as I learn.

(Specifically at the moment, javascript bookmarklets)

Up until now, I've just been serving the javascript files from localhost with http, but Chrome started to complain that scripts I try to inject into an https page must themselves be served with https.

So then I tried serving them with devd which automatically creates its own self signed certificate off its domain "devd.io" (which I guess it somehow injects into my system's dns entries as a synonym for my local IP so that devd.io still is a local address), but still, Google complains, now about the insecurity of self-signed certs.

Next I tried caddyserver, which is integrated with LetsEncrypt

The example for caddyserver is matt.life, which is a real domain, registered by Matt Holt.

If what I want is a

  • development server
  • served by https/tls
  • using the random addresses of my lan

How do I do that?

When I start caddyserver with a caddyfile that has a made up test development hostname in it, like jpflathead.me or jpflathead.dev, I get responses like this:

Activating privacy features...
Your sites will be served over HTTPS automatically using Let's Encrypt.
By continuing, you agree to the Let's Encrypt Subscriber Agreement at:
  https://letsencrypt.org/documents/LE-SA-v1.0.1-July-27-2015.pdf
Please enter your email address so you can recover your account if needed.
You can leave it blank, but you'll lose the ability to recover your account.
Email address:
2016/01/17 16:01:15 [jpflathead.me] failed to get certificate: acme: Error 0 - urn:acme:error:connection - DNS problem:
NXDOMAIN looking up A for jpflathead.me
Error Detail:
        Validation for jpflathead.me:80
        Resolved to:

        Used:

How do I use letsencrypt/caddyserver to serve https/tls for a local dev machine?

Do I need to register a real domain name?
Does it need to be public facing with a real public IP address? Or can it point to local IP addresses?

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Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) and their "Canadian Shield" as a DoH and DoT DNS provider?

I'm trying to find some advice, but i'm not sure where to ask this. I just found a DNS provider who have servers near my city. He's not on privacytools.io list. I was wondering if anyone know if they are to be trusted as a privacy respecting compagny? They offer DoH and DoT DNS, they are CIRA.ca / Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) https://www.cira.ca/cybersecurity-services/canadianshield/how-works

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