Tag Archives: Security

Shell shocked by binary explanations

On September 24, 2014 some new exploits to gain unauthorized access to Unix based systems that have a bash shell were revealed.   Known collectively as shellshock it has caused tremendous consternation and activity in the IT industry. What has … Continue reading

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Your vendor hired some really smart people – but are you cutting them off?

At the recent Melbourne VMUG I ran into a fellow blogger who works for HDS.   Now I have known this person for some years and interact with him regularly, I have a lot of respect for him and for … Continue reading

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Updating your social will

I spotted a couple of things on the weekend that I thought were worth sharing.  First up I was looking for a friend of mine in LinkedIn, only to find him twice.  His older profile was attached to his email … Continue reading

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You lost, stole, gave away or sold your Storwize V7000 USB key?

I love USB keys, I love free ones, conferences give away ones and ones shaped like Lego blocks.   The exciting thing (for me) is that if you buy a Storwize V7000, you also get a USB key:   A key which … Continue reading

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