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Email configuration

Sending an email when a system breaks, warning level reached or just simply when a job completes is standard stuff. The smtplib module handles the sending and the email module makes building even a multipart mime email straightforward.  373 more words

Web

Talking to Docker daemon of Fedora Atomic Host

This post will describe how to use Docker daemon of Fedora Atomic host remotely.  Note that we are also going to secure the Docker daemon since we are connecting via Network which we will be doing with… 517 more words

Sending Email (TLS) using Command Line

There are times when we need to check whether we can send email using specific mail server from command line. In this example, we are going to send email using a mail server on secure connection (port 465 or 587). 220 more words

Linux

News: Reports of SIGINT sabotage at Standing Rock. An analysis.

You may of heard of the protests at Standing Rock, the site of a future Oil Pipeline. Large protests have developed which have gotten 24/7 media attention. 1,027 more words

Government

HTTPS and SSL is a Two Edged Sword

We all know that HTTPS and SSL stand for security and encryption.  When we connect to our bank or favorite ne retailer we know we can upload our credit card information or account number with confidence, knowing that our data is being shielded from prying eyes.  712 more words

IT Security

Suricata 3.2 available!


The OISF and Suricata development team is really proud to announce the availability of Suricata 3.2. This was a real community effort with 12 different contributors from 9 different countries that added to the work of Suricata core team. 376 more words

Suricata