Intent-Based Segmentation: Beyond Zero Trust

This blog is a summary of the article, “Zero Trust is Not Enough: The Case for Intent-Based Segmentation,” written by Fortinet’s Jonathan Nguyen-Duy, and published on the Network Computing website on March 22, 2019. Networks designed with implicit trust, even if small, simplifies allowing data and applications to move around Continue Reading

CentOS Web Panel News

RPC Bug Hunting Case Studies – Part 2

[+] Target: appidsvc.dll        [*] Is RPC server file        [*] Potential DLL with arbitrary DACL modification: appidsvc.dll [+] Target: AppVEntSubsystemController.dll        [*] Is RPC server file        [*] Potential executable arbitrary deletion: AppVEntSubsystemController.dll [+] Target: AppXDeploymentServer.dll        [*] Is RPC server file        [*] Potential executable arbitrary deletion: AppXDeploymentServer.dll Continue Reading

CentOS News

#CentOS15 – Manuel “Wolfy” Wolfshant – Blog.CentOS.org

For our next #CentOS15 profile, I spoke with Manuel “Wolfy” Wolfshant, who has been an active member of our community since the very beginning, shortly after we started working with the WhiteBox Linux community. (You can see some of the other #CentOS15 interviews on YouTube.) When Red Hat moved the Continue Reading

Remote WordPress Management Arrives With WordPress Toolkit 4.0 [ VIDEO ]

You’re about to experience a fundamental change to the world of WordPress Toolkit: the ability to manage remote WordPress sites. This feature is Remote WordPress Management – publicly available as part of the WordPress Toolkit 4.0 release. Let’s dive into the details so you can install it on your server Continue Reading

CentOS News

Welcoming Packet.net as new sponsor for CentOS.org infra – Blog.CentOS.org

It’s not a secret that the CentOS project has always been running on sponsored infra since the beginning of the journey. While over the years we sometimes lost some “sponsors”, we are always happy to see new ones joigning us . That’s especially true for the infra used to “seed” the Continue Reading

MicroK8s in the Wild

Canonical released MicroK8s in December 2018, and as its popularity has grown, some interesting projects using this micro Kubernetes distribution have surfaced. To begin with a little background, Kubernetes is an open source container orchestrator that assists with deploying, upgrading and provisioning applications. Kubernetes is unique in that all the Continue Reading

Snap startup time improvements

Several months ago, we shared an article titled I have a need, a need for snap that detailed the application performance results of snaps compared to their classic repo counterparts. We tested GIMP and VLC on both Ubuntu and Fedora, with some rather interesting findings. The one aspect of the Continue Reading

11 Security Add-ons You Should Offer to Boost Your Hosting Revenue

Previously, Plesk CTO Jan Loeffler, talked about changes in the hosting market. And suggests hosters offer a custom, hyper-tailored security solution – at a higher price. This includes services like automated malware removal, antivirus, web application firewall, and anti-DDOS in existing hosting plans. But why does it pay to do Continue Reading

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