I am Dave Jing Tian, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University working on system security. My research involves embedded systems, operating systems, trusted and confidential computing, and hardware security and trust. All opinions are my own.
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Tag Archives: ssh
myssh – an interactive ssh management tool
Inspired by the putty manager on Windows system, I have spent the whole afternoon to write ‘myssh’ – an interactive ssh management tool providing the ability to save, display, choose and connect your ssh connection automatically. I am not sure … Continue reading
Posted in Dave's Tools, Programming Tagged bash, myssh, ssh, sshpass 3 Comments
Git Server – small team development using private code repository
This post summaries the procedure for setting up a git server for small team development using private code repository. The trigger is that github does NOT provide free private repository (except student/teacher account) and we are not ready to open … Continue reading
jmgsim again – jmgsim-ov, git and github fantastic!
While Kenny (firstname.lastname@example.org) is refactoring ‘jmgsim’ in java.net, I am looking for a better code repository to hold my initial, tested and verified source code of jmgsim for my personal reference as well as design mapping in first_post_of_jmgsim. Finally I … Continue reading
Posted in Dave's Tools, Programming Tagged git, github, Java, jmgsim, jmgsim-ov, kenai, ssh Leave a comment
blog.com is blocked by the Chinese Government – do the right thing – some thoughts on GFW
Once it happens, it happens fast. Even though email@example.com has fixed the bug in spam filter, people in China mainland are unable to access any XXXX.blog.com. Yes, Blog.com is blocked by Great Firewall of China (aka for GFW), like Facebook, … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged GFW, NPNP, ssh 4 Comments
tcpdump on diskless – tod
Name: tod (无盘机器上的tcpdump) Language: KSH Destination: tcpdump on diskless Orignal Intention: Run tcpdump on diskless machine where memory space is highly restricted Version: 0.0 Supported Protocol: UDP/TCP/SCTP Supported OS: Linux/FreeBSD/Solaris Note: ‘root’ permission is preferred to avoid OS kernel error … Continue reading
Posted in Dave's Tools Tagged ksh, scp, ssh, tcpdump, tod 86 Comments