Category Archives: security

WannaCry……ain’t that the truth

What a month for security – if you haven’t seen the news – and this post is about a month late…. You may wish to re-consider your stance on security.  Great information can be found on Symantec’s Site.  Quite scary … Continue reading

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It’s a new year

Well, it seems my blog has once again fallen by the way side.  Too much going on and too much to recap here but I am going to try to keep this site up to date a little better – … Continue reading

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And now for Bash to take the spot light…..

Well folks – you might as well get used to this happening.  Thanks to the frothing madness of security, the uncontrollable amounts of money dumped into research and development (yet nothing to the actual project we use EVERY..SINGLE…DAY – take … Continue reading

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Openssl – heartbleed – Z0MG!!!

Okay – figured I better get this one out there.  If you have not heard, check out http://heartbleed.com/for some details on it.  Basically OpenSSL, again….is broken.  For the CVE check out this link.  Here’s the important notes: OpenSSL 1.0.1 through 1.0.1f … Continue reading

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PFSense – An Awesome Firewall – Part 2

Okay, I’m finally coming back to this, the last part in a overdue, really extended, highly anticipated(?) article on PFSense. In this second part, I am going to cover some of the features I use in PFSense, the ways I … Continue reading

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PFSense – An Awesome Firewall – Part 1

As promised here is a quick write up on pfSense. In this first of a two piece article, I will do a quick overview of the product, the installation, and some final thoughts on the product. To begin, I’ll do … Continue reading

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