Barracuda Acquires Zero Trust Solution Provider Fyde

On Thursday, Barracuda Networks, a security company, announced the acquisition of Fyde, a provider of ZTNA (Zero Trusted Network Access) solutions. According to Barracuda, the Fyde technology will strengthen CloudGen’s Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) platform with zero percent confidence. As Barracuda explains, the Fyde Zero Trust solution provides secure, reliable and fast access to … Read more

Thankful for broadband internet, and hopeful for much more  

We thank you for the broadband and hope thatwill be much more than that. Where would we be this year without the Internet? This year we shopped, worked, studied and taught, looked for work and cared for each other online like never before, not to mention chatting. With many of us facing difficulties and obvious … Read more

Where and how are passwords stored on Linux? – Linux Hint

A username with the correct password for a particular account is a basic condition for the user to access the Linux system. The password for all user accounts is stored in a file or database so that the user can be verified when trying to log in. Not every user has the skills and experience … Read more

How to Install Fedora 33 Server

Fedora 33 has been released with the server version, and in this tutorial we will look at the different steps of installing Fedora 33 with screenshots. The server version has a number of important improvements. Before proceeding to the installation steps, we will look at some of the new features and improvements. What’s new in … Read more

Tools for gathering anonymized app usage metrics from netizens • The Register

The Internet Security Research Group (ISRG) plans to enable companies to collect information about how people use their products while protecting the privacy of those who generate the data. Today, Let’s Encrypt, a California-based nonprofit organization, launched Prio’s services, a service that allows you to collect product information online without compromising your personal information. Applications … Read more

Coffee Lake robotics controller to power Indy Autonomous Challenge racers

The Linux-ready Adlink DLAP-8000 Robotic Controller is equipped with a 9th generation processor. Generation, 4x interchangeable SATA, 2x PCIe x16, 2x PCIe x8 and PCIe x4. This system is used as part of the Indy Autonomous Challenge (IAC). Adlink announced that its DLAP-8000 series robot pre-controller and GPU-powered industrial workstation will be used by participants … Read more

Surprising Differences between TLS and SSL Protocol

TLS is just a successor to SSL 3.0. TLS is a protocol that ensures encryption and data integrity between the communication channels. SSL 3.0 is the basis of TLS 1.0. SSL or TLS What is good? We are used to thinking that TLS 1.0 is the successor to SSL 3.0. As we know, SSL3.0 is … Read more

Creating Application Load Balancer in AWS

Published : 19. November 2020. |- Changed: 19. November 2020 | 0 results Step-by-step procedure for creating a load balancer for web applications. Create an application load balancer in AWS! In this article we look at the steps needed to create an application load balancer and then perform some tests. ELB can also be used … Read more

Malsmoke operators abandon exploit kits in favor of social engineering scheme – Malwarebytes Labs

Players threatening to use malsmoke, one of the biggest advertising campaigns we have seen in recent months, have changed the tactics of using malware. Exploitation kits are still used as a platform for the distribution of malware. In 2020 we saw several advertising campaigns that led to the creation of RIG, Foulout, Spilevo, Purple Fox … Read more