UPS market leader APC has a new offer available for it’s customers. I discuss what may make this deal confusing from APC’s perspective. And what to watch for when buying a UPS.
Sometimes it is fun to take a short break from the (somewhat) sensible world we live in and do something that is truly crazy and having a bit of fun the process. Today I really turned it up a few notches and decided to design, price out, and analyse a truly insane pfSense firewall build!
Fax machines still exist! It is important to keep these devices updated. A new vulnerability has the ability to compromise computers on the entire network!
New Malware is scanning parts of the internet in search of it’s next attack. What does this mean and what you should know if you are running a website.
A new breed of malware is using the old concept of steganography to hide itself in pictures. Is there any way to keep you safe against this? We’ll discuss this.
As much as I love computers and cybersecurity. Some things I just simply cannot get behind. This week W3 has made the decision to standardize on WebAuthn. I share my reaction and what this means and provide a solution to those who want an alternative.
CCDC is a wonderful life-changing opportunity YOU should be a part of. This week I describe what CCDC is, how you can join, and why you should. It is truly a once in a life-time opportunity!
American SIEM manufacturer Splunk has denied a Russian code review. We discuss the Splunk’s and what it means for Russian Phantom acquisition.
Hello again my kind readers! I’ve recently found out that Biometrics are rapidly becoming the world’s favorite method of authentication in a digital world. I for one am not for this form of authentication as I’ve made clear once before. While Biometric technology may technically be more secure and easier and in some cases (such as logging onto a public computer – especially from the Windows lock screen). I do have a couple of problems with it (primarily regrading security…
I usually don’t go into Windows (especially in terms of security). But I find this article really interesting. Apparently Carbonate has bought out Webroot. I don’t know what exactly they plan on doing with it. Perhaps they plan on using Webroot as part of their product as sort of an Backup/Anti-virus solution (Anyone remember Norton Backup?) Either way, as always with technology it will be interesting to see what will happen.