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Articles with the tag: #security

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

Written by Stefan on . Modified on . Posted in Blog. Tags: #security  #dns  #pi-hole  #asa 

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

Written by Stefan on . Posted in albums. Tags: #album  #software  #pi-hole  #security 

Screenshots of Pi-hole installation on Debian Linux


Blocking of Google Chrome FLoC

Written by Stefan on . Posted in Blog. Tags: #security 

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


Weeks of the data leaks

Written by Stefan on . Posted in Blog. Tags: #security 

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


Debian Unattended upgrades

Written by Stefan on . Posted in Blog. Tags: #linux  #debian  #security 

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


Watching You Watch

Written by Stefan on . Posted in Blog. Tags: #security 

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

Written by Stefan on . Posted in Blog. Tags: #books  #security 

Humblebundle.com 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

Written by Stefan on . Posted in Blog. Tags: #cisco  #wifi  #security 

Creating ROOT-CA-based certificates for Cisco Wireless Controller


Creating ROOT-CA-based certificates for Synology Diskstation

Written by Stefan on . Posted in Blog. Tags: #synology  #security 

Creating ROOT-CA-based certificates for Synology Diskstation


WiFicalypse continued

Written by Stefan on . Posted in Blog. Tags: #wifi  #security 

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


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