It looks like the Dell Kace folks could use a talking to from the Dell Secureworks folks. http://www.itwire.com/opinion-and-analysis/the-linux-distillery/63397-new-security-exploit-found-in-dell-kace-k1000-appliance My recommendation (changed 3-12 after taking the time to look at the source code) 1. Disable ports 80 and 443 in a manner you choose 2. Instruct users to submit tickets using email and respond with email […]
Well we are out at the Four Seasons hotel waiting for the MMS to start. Got registered today, the swag was ok. Nice laptop bag compared to normal, a pen, notebook, not much else. I have to give the little lady some raver light to wear at the party on Thursday. The sessions tonight looked […]
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-8/iso Or google it yourself, “windows 8 consumer preview ISO” and go grab it. You need to start getting ready for the upgrade now if you are like me. I’m just adding the link because people keep asking me.
Macs are great machines if you are a rich trendy person who was so brilliantly targeted by Steve Jobs. Not so good for normal people trying to keep up with the Joneses. Also not good for business at all. This list is just a reminder for myself when people are complaining as to why we […]
OSX Flashback shows apple innovating something in security. wait what? Apple and security in the same sentence?
Apple did something brilliant. They might not be good at security, in fact they pretty much always suck at it. This forced them to create something new and just brilliant. If a user doesn’t use Java for X time, it SHUTS OFF! How incredibly obvious but new is that? How cool would it be if […]
One of the great men of the computing world passed away. Pretty sad day for nerds everywhere. We all learned a lot and felt the world change from innovation after amazing innovation. Mr. Jobs gave us windows guys serious motivation to improve. Check the apple page they have a nice entry:
I’m tired of absolute statements like being accused of hating iEverything. I like an ipad for surfing the web on the couch, ipad for listening to music and supporting clueless users on a mac. They can’t figure out how the hell to fire up vi, how are they going to break it? That is great […]
The new Mac app store could build an awesome business model. Charge individuals to install open source software with an easy to use itunes interface, and fund the open source software projects in return. This seems like a perfect arrangement. DIY people get better funded projects, and normal users get access to difficult to manage […]
iphone vs droid – missing the point, you want the best ladder to your cloud
Today I started toying with the idea of using OSSEC active response in Windows. My goal is to block a whole IP, you can do port or traffic type as you wish, if anyone wants that let me know. The first piece of work to share: netsh ipsec static add policy description=”ossec block list” netsh […]