How to fix “remote: HTTP Basic: Access denied” in Git

This is going to be a very quick post.  It is more to remind future me than anything.  Did you change your password on your gitlab (or github) server?  Do you now get “remote: HTTP Basic: Access denied” when you “git push origin”? If you “git remote show origin”, it will ask for your credentials …

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Getting Hamachi working with the Raspberry Pi 3

I have been using Hamachi since first hearing about it on Security Now, over 10 years ago.  Hamachi is a hosted virtual private network solution that can create links with devices that are behind NAT firewalls.  Hamachi is able to do so by using server-assisted NAT traversal.  I mostly use it to access virtual machines from outside of …

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Why are the default credentials in the realm attribute?

Recently, I was poking around on Shodan (as I do when I am bored) and I stumbled across an interesting query.  If you search for “Default: admin/1234”, you get over 14,000 devices that are broadcasting their own default username and password.  The devices appear to be Edimax routers.  I reached out to both EmbedThis and Edimax to ask them about this. …

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