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Articles with the tag: #security

Concept for DNS security with Bind9, Pi-hole and OpenDNS

This is my new concept for DNS security with Bind9, Pi-hole and OpenDNS in my network. Bind9 is used as Enterprise DNS to resolve hostnames and IP addresses in the local area network, Pi-hole and OpenDNS are used for Internet DNS traffic. DNS traffic is passed by Cisco ASA Firewall ACL.

Album: Pi-hole installation on Debian Linux

Screenshots of Pi-hole installation on Debian Linux

Blocking of Google Chrome FLoC

Blocking of Google Chrome FLoC (Federated Learning of Cohorts) on my web server

Weeks of the data leaks

Weeks of the data leaks and my approach after data leaks or breaches

Debian Unattended upgrades

Automatically install security-related upgrades on Debian Linux with unattended-upgrades

Watching You Watch

Princeton University and University of Chicago published a study of the tracking Ecosystem of Over-the-Top TV Streaming Devices

Humble Book Bundle IT Security has a nice books bundle of IT Security books, available as PDF and as EPUB, DRM-free

Creating ROOT-CA-based certificates for Cisco Wireless Controller

Creating ROOT-CA-based certificates for Cisco Wireless Controller

Creating ROOT-CA-based certificates for Synology Diskstation

Creating ROOT-CA-based certificates for Synology Diskstation

WiFicalypse continued

WiFicalypse continued, new method to speed up cracking of WPAv1 / WPAv2 Pre-sharded keys

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