Mr Trump, as many will know, is very fond of walls. He promised, to build a glorious wall that one day would be named after him on the border with Mexico. He promised that Mexico would even pay for it. He has since back-pedalled on the fundamental aspects of that promise. He’s also quite sketchy … [Read more…]
Just a short post. There’s a very good (and free) ebook/PDF on ways to think, policies to enact and models to follow when it comes to operating a SOC. Released by Mitre, take a look here.
A few days ago I noticed that my mail server was acting rather temperamentally, and so naturally the first thing I do is get into the log files to see what error messages it’s spitting out. These immediately jump out: I could understand why dovecot would want to know about whether /var/log was mounted, but … [Read more…]
As of late last year, the level of trust given to the encryption standards offered by 3DES was downgraded by OpenSSL, the maker of the most common encryption software used by servers and browsers, and which sits behind much of the security of we take for granted, such as that in online banking. The reason for the … [Read more…]
I was recently out of office from work, and since the company I work for recently upgraded from a very old version of Outlook to a more recent version, I was presented with the option of how I wanted to respond to out of office requests to both persons within my organisation, and those external … [Read more…]