Thursday, October 15, 2015
If you come up on the naughty list, there are two way to resolve the issue. If it is close to your cert's expiration date, then renewing the cert will most likely fix the issue provided that your CA is using SHA-2 ciphers. If they are not, then you will just get another cert issues with the same issue. This is unlikely, as most CA's have been using SHA-2 ciphers for some time now. If your expiration date is too far off to make renewing your cert feasible, simply request a reissue from your CA.
In either case, be sure to update appropriate revocation lists if necessary and most importantly, update your entire certificate chain for presentation to clients.
Friday, May 15, 2015
I could detail how to diagnose and fix this issue, but someone has already written an excellent blog post on how to do just that.
No space left on device – running out of Inodes
Thanks to Ivan Kuznetsov for taking the time to post his tutorial!
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Bigger than Heartbleed, 'Venom' security vulnerability threatens most datacenters | ZDNet
Thursday, April 16, 2015
I happened to notice that removing yet another rack of equipment that our ambient temperature in the data room has dropped even more. It doesn't seem like that long ago when we would struggle with keeping the temp under 85. Going the VM route sure took care of that issue.
Monday, January 5, 2015
Take a look at the original post where I found the fix over at Bauer-Power.net.
Thursday, November 6, 2014
Microsoft's next surprise is free Office for iPad, iPhone, and Android | The Verge
Serious Linux/UNIX FTP Flaw Allows Command Execution - Darknet - The Darkside