OpenSSL 3.0.7

Today marks the day where I upgraded this site to use OpenSSL 3.0.7, from a 1.X version that was known good. Security advisory from the OpenSSL guys is here. They state that they don't know if it has been used in the wild, but by all accounts it hasn't. I looked through my NGINX logs and didn't see any suspicious probing, beyond the standard attempts to get at a WordPress login page. I should really set up a honeypot, but I suppose since I've written this they'll know it is one. Besides, it's pretty obvious that I'm not using WordPress.

Anyways, besides that, I've finally gotten the 16TB Seagate HDDs that I ordered. Pretty much immediately put them in my server (at home), set up LVM to get a 30TB volume. Now I can finally store all my rare pepes. I'm looking forward to doing more caching of search results with YACY on the thing, now with this abundance of storage. I'm also looking forward to reigniting my ill-gotten movie and TV show collection. Still need to figure out how to repair the last hard drive that failed and ruined my previous LVM pool. Ah well, seems like my downloading problem (I really like downloading stuff, btw) is solved.