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Deaddrop is a encrypted temporary Storage which deletes hourly files which are older than 5 days.
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Deaddrop is a '''encrypted''' temporary Storage which '''deletes hourly''' files which are '''older than 5 days'''.
  
It is reachable only through LAN under ipv4: 10.20.30.30 and under ipv6: 2001:858:5:3a23::dead:beef
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It is reachable only through LAN:
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* ipv4: 10.20.30.30
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* ipv6: 2001:858:5:3a23::dead:beef
  
it speaks: sftp metalab:metalab, samba als gast, and for convenient browsing/downloading reachable through your webbrowser.
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it speaks:
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* sftp metalab:metalab
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* samba as guest
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* reachable through webbrowser.
  
if someone reboots the devices all stuff will be deleted.
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if someone '''reboots''' the devices all stuff will be '''deleted'''.
  
encryption key is stored in ram only, so if the power is lost and hdd is plugged in somewhere else, the files are inaccessible.
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encryption key is stored in '''ram only''', so if the power is lost and hdd is plugged in somewhere else, '''the files are inaccessible'''.
  
 
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Version vom 17. Mai 2013, 01:07 Uhr

Language: English


Deaddrop
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Gestartet:

21.01.2013

Involvierte:

User:Moritz

Status:

active

Beschreibung:

temporary storage inside metalabs LAN

Zuletzt aktualisiert:

17.05.2013

WTF

Deaddrop is a encrypted temporary Storage which deletes hourly files which are older than 5 days.

It is reachable only through LAN:

  • ipv4: 10.20.30.30
  • ipv6: 2001:858:5:3a23::dead:beef

it speaks:

  • sftp metalab:metalab
  • samba as guest
  • reachable through webbrowser.

if someone reboots the devices all stuff will be deleted.

encryption key is stored in ram only, so if the power is lost and hdd is plugged in somewhere else, the files are inaccessible.