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Consider people behind a firewall

Many installations insist on connecting to the Internet to download modules.

For people who are in enterprise networks behind firewalls, this presents a problem for installation. 159 more words

Computing

The One All-Star to Add to Your Cyber Security Team

In this age of rogue hackers, government red teams, and everyone else under the sun with computer access, a few books, and an MO – what do you count on to keep them out? 777 more words

Infosec

Today I (re)watch: Person of Interest, 1.23

We have arrived at the season finale! And does this show know how to make amazing finales! I cannot even fully express how happy this episode makes me. 1,365 more words

TV Talk

SnipIT No 6: Allow HTTP through CentOS firewall

SnipIT is a series of short blogs containing useful information in an easily digestible format.

With a fresh install of CentOS, the firewall prevents http and https traffic. 85 more words

Unix/Linux

Protecting company data and brand by avoiding network hacks

Guest post by Simon Parker, courtesy of Minerva Security

Both small and large corporations are tasked with securing their networks and computer systems, particularly from intruders who want to hack into them to gain access to sensitive and confidential information. 1,039 more words

Cybersecurity

ExtraBacon Test On ASA Firewall

Hello everyone. i found some free time today and thought to give it a shot on extrabacon exploit of NSA’s Leaked stuff…
there are already some successful articles out there about it but i wanted to show you what happens on a newer ASA firewall when the explot fails. 455 more words

Hacking

More about Linux Firewall

A firewall is a System that’s responsible for filtering network packets that are passed through it. Simply put, a firewall is used to block incoming/outgoing packets that can harm network resources. 571 more words

Linux