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Sat 04 Jul 2020

SSH Emergency Access

In this post we'll design a break glass procedure for reaching SSH hosts in an emergency, using security keys that you can store offline. This is just one approach, but you can adapt it to your circumstances. We will store an offline SSH Certificate Authority on a hardware security key, and have our hosts trust that CA. This will work on pretty much any OpenSSH setup, including our single sign-on SSH.

Source: SSH Emergency Access, an article by Carl Tashian.

A Complete Guide to Dark Mode on the Web

Let’s get into dark mode in the context of websites. We’ll delve into different options and approaches to implementing a dark mode design and the technical considerations they entail. We’ll also touch upon some design tips along the way.

Source: A Complete Guide to Dark Mode on the Web, an article by Mohamed Adhuham.

Piping made easy in Raku

A pipe is actually a very simple construct. We start two programs and connect STDOUT of the first with STDIN of the second. From the stand point of the programs they are writing to filehandles that where opened without a filename. Raku allows us to do so by using Proc::Async.

Source: Piping made easy, an article by Wenzel P.P. Peppmeyer.