Undeterred by this setback, the movie companies and Rights Alliance returned to court last week demanding that OVPN, on pain of financial penalties, should hand over customer information relating to the IP address including name and address, how long the service had been used for, and how much was paid for it.
The Rights Alliance requested a penalty of 100,000 SEK if we did not provide the requested information, as well as a penalty of 100,000 SEK in case we delete any user information connected to who had the IP address at the specified time, i.e penalties connected to information that we don’t have.
This will be interesting. Do the VPN provider have the user information. If it deletes the information will that be illegal. Can you throw away information that could be useful for the courts.
Some shithead is sending SYN packets to my web server. Looks like it can handle it. There are many half open connections all the time. I believe i am on some list. The IP addresses are probably spoofed.
The last few days i have done the computer with the most complicated firewall settings. It have Ipv4 NAT and Hurricane electric IPv6 tunnel. It is forwarding packets to some of my other computers. Like this website. There are two good things with nftables. It checks the config file before it applies it. And when it applies the new config it happens fast. With Iptables you had to write a script that ran iptables for every rule. Could take a long time if you have a long blacklist. Nftables can handle both IPv4 and IPv6 with the same rules. It is obvious that if you want to open a port you want to that for both IPv4 and IPv6.