24.09.2016 14:58:00 Quelle: http://feedproxy.google.com/

Palo Alto Networks News of the Week – September 24, 2016

Did you miss any of this week’s Palo Alto Networks action? Don’t worry, we’ve rounded up the top news right here.  Palo Alto Networks researcher Tao Yan discovered eight new Adobe Flash Player vulnerabilities. Unit…

The post Palo Alto Networks News of the Week – September 24, 2016 appeared first on Palo Alto Networks Blog.

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Bloomberg: Apple testet Prototypen eines Siri-Lautsprechers

Amazon hat die Anmeldephase für seinen vernetzten Lautsprecher mit Sprachassistenten für Deutschland bereits begonnen, Google steht mit “Home“ in den Startlöchern, doch was macht Apple? Wie Bloomberg berichtet, arbeitet Apple schon seit längerem an einem Konkurrenz-Produkt mit Siri-Integration. Apple Lautsprecher mit Mikro und Kamera Laut dem Bericht will sich Apple von den Mitbewerbern absetzten. Hierfür soll eine bessere […]

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24.09.2016 20:57:00 Quelle: https://www.androidpit.de/

Bluetooth-Headsets und -Kopfhörer im Vergleich

Auf der Suche nach dem richtigen Bluetooth-Headset? Wir haben einige Modelle und Formfaktoren verglichen und teilen unsere Erfahrungen mit Euch.

(Dies ist ein Teaser - klick hier, um den kompletten Beitrag zu lesen)

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Bloomberg: Apple testet Prototypen eines Siri-Lautsprechers

Amazon hat die Anmeldephase für seinen vernetzten Lautsprecher mit Sprachassistenten für Deutschland bereits begonnen, Google steht mit “Home“ in den Startlöchern, doch was macht Apple? Wie Bloomberg berichtet, arbeitet Apple schon seit längerem an einem Konkurrenz-Produkt mit Siri-Integration. Apple Lautsprecher mit Mikro und Kamera Laut dem Bericht will sich Apple von den Mitbewerbern absetzten. Hierfür soll eine bessere […]

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06.09.2016 23:18:00 Quelle: http://www.chip.de/

AntiVir - Avira Free Antivirus 2016 v15.0.20.59 Deutsch

Der beliebte Gratis-Virenscanner "AntiVir - Avira Free Antivirus" in der aktuellsten Version 2016 zum Download.

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24.09.2016 14:57:00 Quelle: http://www.eweek.com/

BlackBerry Gives up to $250 Off Priv, Passport Phones

The phones are on sale through Oct. 19, while discounts of 40 percent are available on Priv and Passport accessories only through Sept. 27.

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25.09.2016 03:21:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

A website owners info can be seen through a whois lookup... but can their host registration details (email, name or address) be seen via SOA/DNS records?

I'm asking this for SEO reasons... I've heard multiple people say that the contact info you give a web host (host gator/siteground/etc) can be tied back to you via SOA records even though your domain name has privacy on it. Is there any type of SOA or DNS "footprint" that can be tied to your contact info?

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Windows 10 has an undocumented certificate pinning feature · HA

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24.09.2016 08:49:00 Quelle: http://www.cisco.com/

End-of-Sale and End-of-Life Announcement for the Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Router Fan Trays (v1)

Cisco announces the end-of-sale and end-of-life dates for the Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Router Fan Trays (v1). The last day to order the affected product(s) is September 22, 2017. Customers with active service contracts will continue to receive support from the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) as shown in Table 1 of the EoL bulletin. Table 1 describes the end-of-life milestones, definitions, and dates for the affected product(s). Table 2 lists the product part numbers affected by this announcement. For customers with active and paid service and support contracts, support will be available under the terms and conditions of customers' service contract. <a href='http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/routers/asr-9000-series-aggregation-services-routers/eos-eol-notice-c51-737924-fr.html'>Click here for the French Version of this Bulletin.</a>

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23.09.2016 03:01:00 Quelle: http://feedproxy.google.com/

XenApp, XenDesktop: Neue Versionen von Citrix Receiver

Der SSON-Checker in Citrix Receiver 4.5 für WindowsGleich drei neue Ausgaben des Receiver hat Citrix vorgestellt: Version 4.5 für Windows, Ausgabe 12.3 für macOS Sierra sowie Receiver for Linux 13.4. Zunächst zu Citrix Receiver 4.5 für Windows. Die Software unterstützt Windows-Clients ab Vista und die Server-Editionen ab Windows Server 2008. Neu ist der Support für Windows 1607, also das Jubiläums-Upgrade.

Weiterlesen

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29.08.2016 04:31:00 Quelle: http://www.kommune21.de/

DATEV: Neue Schnittstelle verbindet Software

Auch die Software anderer Anbieter lassen sich jetzt mit DATEV-Lösungen verbinden. Dafür sorgt die neue Schnittstelle DATEVconnect.

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25.09.2016 09:10:00 Quelle: https://www.debian.org/

DSA-3676 unadf

security update

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24.09.2016 21:21:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

I recently started blogging about networking. Here is an article about the sysctl tcp_tw_recycle option.

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23.09.2016 09:03:00 Quelle: http://etailment.de/

Trendreport: Wie alltagstauglich sind die Zukunftsvisionen für den E-Commerce?

Über 12.000 Produkte im ersten richtigen Virtual-Reality-Kaufhaus; ein Vertriebs-Bot, der E-Mails analysiert und bearbeitet sowie intelligente Einkaufstaschen, die am Ladenausgang ein automatisches Check-Out ermöglichen – drei Beispiele für weltweit innovative E-Commerce-Trends. Wie alltagstauglich die Lösungen aus den Bereichen Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence und Internet of Things sind, untersucht ein Trendreport von eBay und Trendone.

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02.09.2016 16:39:00 Quelle: http://www.lanline.de/

Router-Schwachstelle ermöglicht Kontrolle über Internet-Verbindungen

Sicherheitsexperten von F-Secure warnen vor Schwachstelle in Heim-Routern

Die Sicherheitsexperten von F-Secure haben eine kritische Sicherheitslücke in einigen Heim-Routern von Inteno entdeckt. Werden diese ausgenutzt, können Angreifer die vollständige Kontrolle über das Gerät und den Internet-Datenverkehr des Opfers gewinnen. Diese jüngst entdeckte Schwachstelle weise erneut auf die Herausforderungen in Sachen Sicherheit von Heim-Routern hin, so F-Secure.

 

Diese Sicherheitslücke ermöglicht einem Angreifer, eigene Firmware auf dem Gerät zu installieren, das nach wie vor funktionieren würde, aber mit Hintertüren und anderen unerwünschten Eigenschaften. Ein Angreifer könnte unverschlüsselten Datenverkehr ausspionieren, nicht nur vom Gerät zum Internet, sondern auch von Gerät zu Gerät innerhalb des Hauses.

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24.09.2016 21:18:00 Quelle: http://feedproxy.google.com/

Facebook Messenger erhält Umfrage- und Bezahlfunktion

Erst kürzlich haben wir über den Facebook Messenger und das aktuelle Update berichtet. Dieses bringt den CallKit-Support mit sich, so dass sich Anrufe über den Facebook Messenger wie ganz normale Anrufe auf dem iPhone anfühlen. Nun werden die nächsten Neuerungen bekannt. Umfragefunktion für den Facebook Messenger Ein Großteil der Internetkommunikation läuft über den Facebook Messenge. […]

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25.09.2016 09:21:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

RDS 2012r2 Create a remote app with a custom shortcut

Just putting this here in case someone else googles it.

Import the module in powershell

Import-module remotedesktop New-RDRemoteApp -Alias "%youralias%" -CollectionName %Collectionname% -DisplayName "%nameofapp%" -FilePath "%\\sessionhost\location\whatever.exe%" -IconPath "%\\sessionhost\location\whatever.ico%" 
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24.09.2016 15:23:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Auto Mount and Auto SMB Share new SATA Drives and optionally Auto Copy Content to different SMB Share

Hello,

I am still new to the whole sysadmin world and am currently stuck with what at first seems to be a simple task.

Maybe some of you kind people can offer some advice.

I am looking for a solution for the following problem.

Sometimes we receive 3,5“ SATA drives that are either formatted with NTFS or HFS+.

These drives contain data that either needs to be imported selectively and sometimes automatically copied to another SMB share on the network.

Until now we used some kind of solution with USB docking stations that were connected to a QNAP. Unfortunately this solution was unreliable for a variety of reasons so the task is to come up with a newer and better idea. Management would like to see that disks that are connected to a machine will automatically be shared via SMB so that people can access content over the network and copy it to wherever they need it. Alternatively (maybe if the disk is connected to a different slot), all content of the disk should automatically be copied to another SMB network share.

For now I did some research and figured out that this wonderful product from icyDock (http://www.icydock.com/goods.php?id=169) solves part of the problem on the hardware side. For testing I bought two of these and built them into some rather old testing machine. They do what they are supposed to and connect 3,5“ drives to the controller without any problem.

Now for the more difficult part. As far as I know, SATA is by definition hot plug compatible. In my world this means that I can plugin and plug out SATA drives to a system and the operating system recognizes the SATA drive without having to reboot. The machine that I built for testing doesn’t do that. A reboot is required for the OS (wether Windows or Linux) to recognize that something new appeared. I guess this is a problem of the SATA controller(?). Any advice on which SATA controller I should have a look at that is actually hot plug compatible? Anything I should keep an eye on when studying specs of a product?

Once this first problem is solved, on to the next step. The drive that is connected should automatically be mounted. This is something that should be possible both on Windows and Linux. So far I was able to do that just fine both on Windows 7 and Ubuntu (well, with the reboot first).

The next step is to share the new drive automatically. For Windows I found a tool to do just that. but it had a limitation. It created a share of the drive, but only if the drive (and or the partition - not entirely sure about that) was already known and has already been connected to the machine before. This was the point when I moved on to Ubuntu since I thought, if this is somehow possible it will have to be a script.

Well and this is where I’m currently at. Maybe I went in the wrong direction, maybe there’s a hardware solution that I am not aware of.

If I didn’t take a wrong turn in my thoughts so far I guess I need the following things

  • a reliable SATA controller that provides new disks on the fly without having to reboot

  • drivers for Ubuntu that can handle NTFS and HFS+

  • script for Linux that automatically mounts new disks

  • script for Linux that automatically creates an SMB share once a new disk is mounted

  • script for Linux that automatically copies data from a new disk that is connected to a specific SATA controller

So, if anybody has some advice on how to achieve these tasks or has some experience I would be very thankful for any help or advice which topics I should look into, I would appreciate it.

Thanks in advance!

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25.09.2016 03:11:00 Quelle: http://www.itiko.de/

Axino ernennt IBM-Führungskraft zum Top-Asset-Manager

Axino Solutions, ein schnell wachsender Entwickler und Anbieter von Spitzenprodukten und -lösungen in den Bereichen Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) & Mobile Solutions, von Enterprise Service Management (ESM)-Lösungen und Business Intelligence (BI)-Systemen, gab heute bekannt, dass das Unternehmen Hagen Neulen zum Key Account Manager für die Abteilungen Asset Management und Mobile Solutions ernannt hat. Neulen wird […]

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23.09.2016 02:58:00 Quelle: http://www.kommune21.de/

RBS wave: Pläne für Stuttgarter Breitband-Netz

Die EnBW-Tochter RBS wave erstellt in den kommenden vier Monaten die Planwerke für eine Glasfaserversorgung der Stadt Stuttgart und vier benachbarter Landkreise.

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19.09.2016 19:14:00 Quelle: http://www.itiko.de/

it-sa 2016: LANCOM Systems präsentiert erste Komplettlösung für Cloud-basiertes Netzwerk-Management

Mit der LANCOM Management Cloud werden LAN, WAN und WLAN-Netze zentral designt und verwaltet

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24.09.2016 21:22:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Is there a way to still download a trial evaluation of Windows Server 2012 R2?

I'm trying to get an evaluation copy of Server 2012 to play around with some powershell stuff, but the download page keeps looping me through the registration survey page. Is there a legit way to get an evaluation copy (ISO or VHD)? Have they removed this now and do I just have to do it through virtual lab? I'd rather run it locally since my main desktop is Linux Mint, so I won't be on IE at home.

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24.09.2016 15:23:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

First Microsoft Exam

Hey Guys. I'll be taking my first Microsoft exam next month, that I've been preparing for a while (70-410). Do you guys have any advice? Any experience? What should i be looking for, what are the common mistakes?

Thanks in advance

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How do I size the UPS for 1 NetApp, 6 HP DL servers, and 6 - 8 Switches for ~15-20 minutes needed for graceful shutdown.

Client has gas generator that kicks in when power is lost. So, unless gas generator dies, the most this UPS would need to handle is a momentary dip when the power cuts over from mains to gas. In case that fails, I want it to have enough juice to gracefully shut down 2xxx series NetApp Cluster + 2 VM hosts on DL380 G8s within estimated 15 - 20 minutes. Key requirement: be capable of gracefully shutting down VMware and NetApp.

I can get power draw data from OEM specs, but need to understand best way to size it and ensure it has capabilities to shut down NetApp cluster + VMW hosts.

Previously, there were 2 UPS's - daisy chained, which I understand is not a recommended set up. They also were pretty old, so, no advanced capabilities beyond power.

Thanks in advance

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23.09.2016 21:16:00 Quelle: https://www.datenschutz.de/

Betrüger können auch Fingerabdrücke an Geldautomaten kopieren

Laut den Sicherheitsforschern von Kaspersky können Betrüger an mit bestimmten Geräten präparierten Bankautomaten bereits biometrische Daten abgreifen, sofern der Kunde diese für die Authentifizierung einsetzt, etwa den Fingerabdruck. Bisher waren das Ziel sogenannter Skimming-Attacken die EC-Kartendaten. Auf Schwarzmärkten im Internet beobachten die Forscher seit September 2015 jetzt auch den Handel mit Skimming-Geräten, die neben Fingerabdrücken … Weiterlesen Betrüger können auch Fingerabdrücke an Geldautomaten kopieren

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19.09.2016 18:59:00 Quelle: http://www.v3.co.uk/

CDO interview: How Philips Blake Cahill drove digital worldwide

CDO interview: How Philips' Blake Cahill drove digital worldwide

Cahill discusses the importance of creating a coherent and unified digital strategy

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24.09.2016 20:57:00 Quelle: https://www.androidpit.de/

Samsung Galaxy S4: Android 6.0 Marshmallow installieren

Wir verraten Euch in diesem Artikel, wie Ihr das Galaxy S4 auf Android 6.0 Marshmallow aktualisieren könnt. Samsung sagt nein, wir sagen doch!

(Dies ist ein Teaser - klick hier, um den kompletten Beitrag zu lesen)

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25.09.2016 08:48:00 Quelle: https://www.sophos.com/

Troj/Cerber-NS

24.09.2016 21:11:00 Quelle: https://lists.opensuse.org/

openSUSE-SU-2016:2368-1: important: Security update for MozillaFirefox, mozilla-nss

openSUSE Security Update: Security update for MozillaFirefox, mozilla-nss ______________________________________________________________________________ Announcement ID: openSUSE-SU-2016:2368-1 Rating: important References: #999701 Cross-References: CVE-2...

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23.09.2016 09:05:00 Quelle: http://www.symantec.com/

Trojan.Bayrob!g13

Risk Level: Very Low. Type: Trojan.

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25.09.2016 03:11:00 Quelle: http://www.itiko.de/

Axino ernennt IBM-Führungskraft zum Top-Asset-Manager

Axino Solutions, ein schnell wachsender Entwickler und Anbieter von Spitzenprodukten und -lösungen in den Bereichen Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) & Mobile Solutions, von Enterprise Service Management (ESM)-Lösungen und Business Intelligence (BI)-Systemen, gab heute bekannt, dass das Unternehmen Hagen Neulen zum Key Account Manager für die Abteilungen Asset Management und Mobile Solutions ernannt hat. Neulen wird […]

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23.09.2016 15:52:00 Quelle: http://blog.teamix.de/

teamix auf der it-sa – der Countdown läuft – noch 4 Wochen

In unserem it-sa Countdown stellen wir Ihnen bis zum Start der Sicherheitsmesse in Nürnberg wöchentlich eine der dort präsentierten Weiterlesen

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14.06.2016 12:37:00 Quelle: http://www.presseportal.de/

Castrol EDGE Introduces the Next Episode of its World Famous Titanium Trials With #CloneRival

Castrol: London (ots/PRNewswire) - Clone Rival: Supercar racers take on fastest driving trial yet. Challenged on the track to beat their digital clone. Castrol EDGE Titanium Trial: #CloneRival http://castrl.co/CloneRivalAM http://castrl.co/CloneRivalK - Two ...

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24.09.2016 02:56:00 Quelle: http://www.eweek.com/

Salesforce Reportedly Considering Buying Twitter

People want to know: How could a news-messaging cloud service augment the Salesforce core business of customer-relationship management?

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24.09.2016 15:23:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Auto Mount and Auto SMB Share new SATA Drives and optionally Auto Copy Content to different SMB Share

Hello,

I am still new to the whole sysadmin world and am currently stuck with what at first seems to be a simple task.

Maybe some of you kind people can offer some advice.

I am looking for a solution for the following problem.

Sometimes we receive 3,5“ SATA drives that are either formatted with NTFS or HFS+.

These drives contain data that either needs to be imported selectively and sometimes automatically copied to another SMB share on the network.

Until now we used some kind of solution with USB docking stations that were connected to a QNAP. Unfortunately this solution was unreliable for a variety of reasons so the task is to come up with a newer and better idea. Management would like to see that disks that are connected to a machine will automatically be shared via SMB so that people can access content over the network and copy it to wherever they need it. Alternatively (maybe if the disk is connected to a different slot), all content of the disk should automatically be copied to another SMB network share.

For now I did some research and figured out that this wonderful product from icyDock (http://www.icydock.com/goods.php?id=169) solves part of the problem on the hardware side. For testing I bought two of these and built them into some rather old testing machine. They do what they are supposed to and connect 3,5“ drives to the controller without any problem.

Now for the more difficult part. As far as I know, SATA is by definition hot plug compatible. In my world this means that I can plugin and plug out SATA drives to a system and the operating system recognizes the SATA drive without having to reboot. The machine that I built for testing doesn’t do that. A reboot is required for the OS (wether Windows or Linux) to recognize that something new appeared. I guess this is a problem of the SATA controller(?). Any advice on which SATA controller I should have a look at that is actually hot plug compatible? Anything I should keep an eye on when studying specs of a product?

Once this first problem is solved, on to the next step. The drive that is connected should automatically be mounted. This is something that should be possible both on Windows and Linux. So far I was able to do that just fine both on Windows 7 and Ubuntu (well, with the reboot first).

The next step is to share the new drive automatically. For Windows I found a tool to do just that. but it had a limitation. It created a share of the drive, but only if the drive (and or the partition - not entirely sure about that) was already known and has already been connected to the machine before. This was the point when I moved on to Ubuntu since I thought, if this is somehow possible it will have to be a script.

Well and this is where I’m currently at. Maybe I went in the wrong direction, maybe there’s a hardware solution that I am not aware of.

If I didn’t take a wrong turn in my thoughts so far I guess I need the following things

  • a reliable SATA controller that provides new disks on the fly without having to reboot

  • drivers for Ubuntu that can handle NTFS and HFS+

  • script for Linux that automatically mounts new disks

  • script for Linux that automatically creates an SMB share once a new disk is mounted

  • script for Linux that automatically copies data from a new disk that is connected to a specific SATA controller

So, if anybody has some advice on how to achieve these tasks or has some experience I would be very thankful for any help or advice which topics I should look into, I would appreciate it.

Thanks in advance!

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22.09.2016 15:48:00 Quelle: http://www.initiatived21.de/

Deutschland, deine Eigenheiten | Bericht | Herbstkonferenz 2016

Deutschland, deine Eigenheiten Oder: Warum wir auf die Gigabitgesellschaft noch warten müssen Die Herbstkonferenz 2016 der Deutschen Breitbandinitiative eröffnet mit deutlichen Worten: Dr. Hannes Ametsreiter (CEO von Vodafone Deutschland und Präsidium Bitkom e. V.) nennt die Glasfaserausstattung in Deutschland „lächerlich“. Mit nicht einmal zwei Prozent FTTB (fibre to the building – Glasfaserkabel bis ins Gebäude) […]

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25.09.2016 09:20:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Want to get my feet wet into Sysadmin. Any tips?

So I want to get my feet wet into Sysadmin. Ive got a 16GB Intel i7 Laptop that I dont use and want to run a bunch of VM's on it to emulate a network.

  1. What tips do you have to start something like this?
  2. What software do you use? (I know VMWare + Virtualbox is popular)
  3. Give me challenges. Maybe VoIP? A Small network with mapping? Access via a network login? Also add tips?
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Examining Yahoo’s Massive Data Breach on Q13 FOX

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know that Yahoo confirmed this Thursday that roughly 500 million user accounts have been compromised as a result of one of the largest data breaches in history. Our very own Corey Nachreiner went on air with Q13 FOX last night to discuss what we know about […]

Read More - Examining Yahoo’s Massive Data Breach on Q13 FOX

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21.09.2016 09:58:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Computers behind ASA show "No Internet". Computers that pop out on outside WiFi network show connected just fine, and then No internet when cut back to inside.

So I've been working with Cisco for a while, and this is killing our brains. For some reason Computers inside my network all show "No Internet connection" on their network icon. This is not a big deal normally, but we moved to Office 365, and the Office Online capabilities base their connection status on whether or not the OS gets a ping back from Microsoft. After much investigating through packet caps on every port and device, it looks like we narrowed it down to the hard-line adapters not sending out request pings to MS.

When I connect via outiide WiFi the network card sends 443 traffic to: 131.553.61.98, and 204.79.197.213. They both get "Client Hello" responses and then it shows that there is an active internet connection, and Office online/365 applications all work just fine. I also did a Traceroute from the ASA to those IPs and all went fine.

When I drop back to Hard line, NO pings to MS go out, at all. We even NATed my machine to a static IP, and my own outside IP, completely bypassing my web content filter, DNS and main gateway. Still, no outbound search pings to check for being online.

So I started a new Wireshark capture and did a switch user to leave the cap running. When I logged on, I gave it a few moments, and it said "No Internet" again. Popped back over, and I saw Traffic going to 204.79.197.200. Same subnet grouping as the previous, and it checks out. However, it's packet behavior is different. Any idea what could be causing the No Internet only on connections behind my ASA?

Image with the strangeness. The left is the WiFi connection that shows there is internet access, the right is hard line with nothing, going to the same MS subnet with the strange packet traffic.

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24.09.2016 20:59:00 Quelle: http://feedproxy.google.com/

WordPress und Git: Der leichte Einstieg

Du kennst WordPress. Und du kennst Git. Letzteres aber eher vom Hörensagen oder Schwärmereien unter Kollegen? Wir zeigen dir, was das ist und wie du es einfach mit WordPress verwendest.

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