I'm new to the ASA and wanted to know if regenerating crypto keys on an existing ASA with established VPN tunnels could negatively affect the tunnels. The reason for wanting to regenerate crypto keys is so I can have version 2 SSH enabled (currently version 1 is enabled due to 512 bits being used). I plan on using at least 1024 bits but am concerned I'd be affecting more than just SSH.
Quick questions. I have noticed that many ROMs (not all) appear to be signed using test-keys rather than release keys. I've always had thought this was insecure and led to additional vulnerabilities. Am I wrong? Is using test-keys secure?
I'd like to get the five additional "Macro" keys on my new Razer Black Widow working in Ubuntu.
I already tried:
xev: no events logged on keypress - looks like presses don't reach the X
cat /dev/input/event: worked for mouse and the standard keys, but not for macro keys
Wireshark: It detected my bluetooth mouse but not the keyboard
pyusb: with no proper documentation, I thought it was a bit ove
I have a new ASUS N550JV laptop with lubuntu 13.10 and xfce4 installed.
The top row of keys on the keyboard includes function keys F1 - F12.
F3 and F4 are supposed to raise and lower the backlight, but they don't do anything when I press them (whether with or without the Fn key).
I haven't seen clear step-by-step instructions in a single place on how to get the function keys working for the key
After installing Ubuntu 12.04 on my ASUS G10AC, several keys on my keyboard (ASUS G01 KB) are not working at all. This includes both CTRL keys, both ALT keys, and both WINDOWS keys. When I use the keyboard layout utility I can see that pressing the CTRL and ALT keys correspond to using the left SHIFT key, whereas none of the WINDOWS keys gives any sort of response (no key is highlighted).