Looking Into Anatova Ransomware

FortiGuard Labs Threat Analysis This blog is part of a series that is looking into new and older ransomwares to provide in-depth technical analysis details not mentioned in previous sources. For example, in this piece on the Anatova ransomware I include a wide range of technical information unavailable elsewhere. This Continue Reading

OT and IT and Security by Design

This is part two of a two-part series. Read part one here. Boy Scouts was more than simply a fun time. It was a learning experience that doesn’t get talked about much, mainly because of the funny socks and overly tight shorts. I went to my first campout in the piney Continue Reading

Joomla! 3.8.1 Release

Joomla! 3.8.1 is now available. This is a bug fix release for the 3.x series of Joomla fixing bugs which were reported after the 3.8.0 release. What’s in Joomla! 3.8.1? Joomla! 3.8.1 addresses several bugs reported after the 3.8.0 release, including: Fix handling of image srcset attribute #17978 Some plugin Continue Reading

Joomla! 3.8.0 Release

The Joomla! Project is proud to announce the release of Joomla! 3.8, the latest in the Joomla! 3 series. This new release features over 300 improvements to the popular CMS, with two primary major features aimed at developers: the new routing system and the beginning of a forward compatibility layer Continue Reading

App of the Week: Activity

Welcome to the sixth entry of our ownCloud App of the Week blog series. Today we’d like to introduce the ownCloud Activity Application. It provides a comprehensive overview of all file and folder actions in ownCloud and is also able to trigger automatic Email notifications for defined types of file Continue Reading

Private Git Repositories: Part 5 – Hosting Repositories on Bitbucket

In this series of blog posts on using a private Git repository with OpenShift, we have covered how to use a repository hosted on both GitHub and GitLab. We will now close out this series of posts by looking at how to use a private Git repository hosted on Bitbucket. Continue Reading

Private Git Repositories: Part 4 – Hosting Repositories on GitLab

All the discussion around using private Git repositories so far in this series of blog posts has used GitHub as the hosting service. In this post we will look at using private Git repositories hosted on GitLab. From the perspective of how things are done in OpenShift, there is no Continue Reading

Private Git Repositories: Part 3 – Personal Access Tokens

In this series of posts, we have been delving into the use of private Git repositories with OpenShift. As was covered in previous posts, the preferred mechanism for accessing a private Git repository is to use an SSH connection and a repository SSH key. A repository SSH key, however, can Continue Reading

Private Git Repositories: Part 2B – Repository SSH Keys

In this series on using private Git repositories with OpenShift, we started out by looking at the different types of protocols that can be used when accessing a Git repository. We also looked at how these combined with different credential types to control access to a private Git repository. We Continue Reading

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