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Google and Amazon offers management services as a part of their cloud, but not give access to their keys to third-party service providers.
It turns out All-in-One wasn’t the only vulnerable plugin found by Summer of Pwnage, working on uncovering others in popular applications.
Allowing SMS password recovery on your applications and etc has now become a horrible means of password recovery.
Have a look at /var/log/auth.log, and find all those little Chinese servers trying to brute force your box… no bueno.
I’ve saw this coming for a few months now, so it is time to officially talk about application-layered DDoS attacks could defeat our trusty DDoS Protection.
Symantec has started a program called Encryption Everywhere that will offer basic SSL/TLS Certs to domain owners for, you guessed it, free.
As we all know, a good doctor keeps up with medical changes, but at one hospital, the same can’t be said for the IT Staff.