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Cisco ASA Vulnerability Just Released

Cisco ASA Vulnerability Just Released

I was snooping through Reddit(/r/networking) today keeping up on the latest and greatest in the IT world and I came across this new critical Cisco ASA remote code exec vulnerability advisory. The Cisco Security Advisory affects anyone running SSLVPN/AnyConnect on their ASA so I thought it was worth sharing. There is a summary below and […]

Meltdown and Spectre Chip Flaw – Expect Software Patches Soon!

Meltdown and Spectre Chip Flaw – Expect Software Patches Soon!

By now I’m sure you’ve heard about the Meltdown and Spectre chip flaw (Intel, AMD and ARM chipsets). All manufacturers that utilize these processors in their products will be patching the operating systems to protect the system from malware.  Over the next few weeks, these patches will be released and you may need to apply […]

7 Dumb Blunders You’ve Probably Made in the Data Center

7 Dumb Blunders You’ve Probably Made in the Data Center

The data center is a centralized facility where an organization’s IT operations and equipment stores, manages and disseminates its data. Vital to daily operations, the data center needs backup systems like uninterruptible power systems, cooling systems, etc. to run and protect core applications. Whether you set up, manage or oversee the data center you know […]