On startup, Splunk checks its config files, and reports back any errors. If ever you come across one that complains about a regular expression with the message “Range not in class”, then the fix is relatively simple. For those not familiar with regular expressions, it can seem like a bit of a minefield. However, this … [Read more…]
I made a classic mistake recently, where my well intended efforts at improving security actually served to distinctly degrade functionality. Having taken a look at the results of running this site through SecurityHeaders I decided that it was not up to scratch and that I should tighten things up even further! Of course, rather than having … [Read more…]
If you’re reading this, it’s probably because you want to know how to stop Microsoft’s Windows 10 installing its default WHQL drivers through Windows Update. This is an annoying “feature” in Windows 10 (and possibly earlier versions, though I’ve not tested it). Of course, keeping your software up to date is important from a security … [Read more…]
Disable any audio enhancements.
Recently I bought a new iPhone 7. It’s my first foray back to iOS since switching to Android a few years ago. It was nice to be back with the familiar, standardised, iOS interface. Even more so given that my day to day laptop is a Macbook Air running macOS. However, one tiny detail annoyed … [Read more…]