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java – Should all third party methods that access outside resources (like other databases) be wrapped up?

From the perspective of unit testing, the code under test should obviously not be accessing outside resources so the third party methods need to be mocked. However, it seems like this is poor practice because third party methods can change and become static/final which makes mocking difficult in Mockito. So in that sense, is it best practice to always wrap up third party methods?

I suppose this question may also apply to other programming languages and testing frameworks.

security – Proxy local webserver blindly to external port, so internal resources don’t have to be exposed

I have a dedicated webserver running CentOS 7 minimal, I am using HaProxy as my edge server and NginX as my internal application server.

What I would like to do, is set up a small admin area for myself, mostly to administer docker containers. I have several browser based tools running on various local ports which are closed by my firewall. I would like to run httpd on such a blocked port, and proxy it somehow blindly to an exposed port, so that Apache may communicate with internal resources on localhost, but responses are proxied to the exposed port just as requests are proxied to Apache’s port.

Is this possible?

I tried Kali Linux’s httptunnel – but I have realized since I cant just use the server to proxy a single port without a client configured to consume – I guess? In any case when I try:

hts -F localhost:9050 8080

to proxy local 9050 to 8080 (currently open in firewall), I get no response in a browser, just endless loading…

Is there a more obvious way to do this?

P.S. – I would like to not use NginX in any way for this as I want to turn Apache off when I’m not using it, but if that’s the only sensible answer then I accept it.

rest – RESTful Response when the POST request results in the creation of different kind of resources?

I have been working on designing an API that lets client create a product (think of product as something like website domain, something that comes into existence when client makes order for it to the service). Correspondingly with every purchase results in creation of the order object. Which means creation of two resources via a single POST request.

So afaik, the RFC standards recommends sending 201 on resource creation with URI for the resource in the Location header. But in the above scenario, we are creating two resources, domains and orders and I would want response to contain information related to both the resources.

Response would look something similar to this

POST /domains/
Request 
 body: {"domain_name": "awesome.com"},

Response
 Body: {"order_id": "1234"}
 Headers: 
   Location: http://example.com/awesome.com

But does not look very RESTful. I was wondering if there was a RESTful way to do this?

Apply Apache GZIP on proxied resources

I’m running an asp.net application on a Kestrel server. The front facing server is Apache. I’m have trouble applying gzip compression on the proxied resources, although any other resources served directly from Apache and not Kestrel are compresses normally using gzip. Below is myhttp.conf, not sure what im missing, help please.

# Admin email, Server Name (domain name) and any aliases
ServerAdmin yehiasalam@cube.com
ServerName  app.cube.com
ServerAlias  www.app.cube.com
DocumentRoot /var/www/cube/app

# Exclude the /widget folder from the proxy
<Location /widget>   
    ProxyPass !    
    Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*"
</Location>

ProxyPreserveHost On
ProxyPass / http://127.0.0.1:5000/
ProxyPassReverse / http://127.0.0.1:5000/

RewriteEngine on 
RewriteCond %{HTTP:UPGRADE} ^WebSocket$ (NC) 
RewriteCond %{HTTP:CONNECTION} Upgrade$ (NC) 
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/widget/
RewriteRule /(.*) ws://127.0.0.1:5000/$1 (P)
                                                     
# Gzip everything
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/plain
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/html
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/xml
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/css
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/xml
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/xhtml+xml
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/rss+xml
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/javascript
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/x-javascript

# Set the logs
ErrorLog /var/www/cube/app/error.log
CustomLog /var/www/cube/app/access.log common


timezones – Online resources to deal with Time Zone differences

The website timeanddate.com has a large number of tools for looking up all sorts of information about, well, times and dates.

They have time calculators, time zone converters, time zone maps, a world clock (what time is it in City X?), a meeting planner to help find the best time for participants in multiple time zones, a list of time changes worldwide, and tons of other tools.

http – Getting numerous HEAD requests by Java user agents to resources that require authentication to view within a web application. Should I block them?

I have recently started using Cloudflare’s firewall in front of a web application. This app has a limited user base of selected applicants and they must log in to view anything. There is no public registration form and nothing within the portal can be accessed without an account.

Since moving the DNS to Cloudflare I can see we are receiving numerous daily HEAD requests to paths that are only accessible within the portal.

These requests come from one of two groups of IP addresses from the United States (we are not a US-based company; our own hosting is based in AWS Ireland region and we’re pretty sure at least 99% of our users have never been US-based):

Java User Agents

Empty User Agent

  • No user agent string.
  • The ASN is listed as Amazon Web Services.
  • The IP addresses have very little reported activity and do not seem at all connected to the Java requests.

Other Notes

  • The resources being requested are dynamic URLs containing what are essentially order numbers. We generate new orders every day, and they are visible to everyone using the portal.
  • I was unable to find any of the URLs indexed by Google. They don’t seem to be publicly available anywhere. There is only one publicly accessible page of the site, which is indexed.
  • We have potentially identified one user who seems to have viewed all the pages that are showing up in the firewall logs (we know this because he shows up in our custom analytics for the web app itself). We have a working relationship with our users and we’re almost certain he’s not based in the US.

I am aware that a HEAD request in itself is nothing malicious and that browsers sometimes make HEAD requests. Does the Java user agent, or lack of a user agent in some cases, make this activity suspicious? I already block empty user agents and Java user agents through the firewall, although I think Cloudflare by default blocks Java as part of its browser integrity checks.

Questions

  1. Is there any reason why these might be legitimate requests that I shouldn’t block? The fact it’s a HEAD request from a Java user agent suggests no, right?

  2. One idea we had is that one of the users is sharing links to these internal URLs via some outside channel, to outsource work or something. Is it possible some kind of scraper or something has picked up these links and is spamming them now? As I say, I was unable to find them publicly indexed.

  3. Is it possible the user we think is connected has some sort of malware on their machine which is picking up their browser activity and then making those requests?

  4. Could the user have some sort of software that is completely innocent which would make Java based HEAD requests like this, based on their web browsing activity?

Any advice as to how I should continue this investigation? Or other thoughts about what these requests are?

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user behavior – What are some authentic resources to find research papers on Healthcare UX?

I’m working on the digital ecosystem of Healthcare applications. Because of Covid-19 we are unable to reach out to actual users for primary research. So, it would be really helpful if someone can suggest good research papers which deal with the best practices in Healthcare UX, behavioral analysis of patients, etc

high availability – vSphere HA: Automatic shutdown of VMs to free up resources

Assume we have 2 ESXi hosts with these machines:

ESX1: A1, B1, C1, D1
ESX2: A2, B2, C2, D2

A & B VMs are the most important VMs for us.
We have configured vSphere HA in a test environment. The two hosts have been included in an HA Cluster. By using VM override settings, the restart priority of C & D machines has been set to “never”.

Now consider this situtation:
ESX1 fails, and A1 and B1 are automatically started on the ESX2.

The question now:
How can I configure vSphere to automatically shutdown C2 and D2 VMs if we have lack of resources on ESX2?

Thanks