When SSL goes wrong

We all rely heavily on some unseen infrastructure to make our pretty green padlocks work so we can trust that we’re really talking to our … Read more

FIM Run History Reporting

If, like me, you have frequent jobs in your FIM (or MIM!) instance then the Operations tab can get a bit unwieldy and spotting issues … Read more

DROWN vulnerability

You may have seen the recent news stories about the DROWN vulnerability. This is just a quick note to let you know that as far … Read more

RPZ update

With the log file analysis program Splunk, we are now able to manage the log files produced by RPZ and respond more quickly to those … Read more

OpenSSH clients

Qualys have recently released a security advisory for those using OpenSSH clients.  In essence using a vulnerable OpenSSH client can expose your private key to … Read more