The Importance of Removing Header Details in Web Server Responses

By default, web servers return about your installed software & plugins, making your website vulnerable to custom attacks by sopis...

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The Importance of Removing Header Details in Web Server Responses

By default, web servers return about your installed software & plugins, making your website vulnerable to custom attacks by sopisticated hackers. If you don’t keep up with securit...

In Jan 22, 2021

Comparison of File Systems For Your Linux, BSD, or Unix Server

When it comes to file system performance & stability in servers, you will likely want to use a Unix-like operating system over Windows, especially with higher network loads. Of co...

In Jan 22, 2021

How to Loop Mount an Raspberry Pi Image Before Flashing to SD Card

If you download Raspbian, FreeBSD, or any other disk image for the Raspberry PI, chances are you will want to make a few changes before burning it to your SD card. Loop mounting is th...

In Jan 21, 2021

Is Hyper-Threading a Security Concern for X86 Servers? OpenBSD Devs Believe So.

Hyper-threading has been a feature in many Intel processors since the Pentium 4 HT days. Unfortunately, security experts are coming to the conclusion that hyper-threading exposes data...

In Jan 21, 2021

What Are My CPU Options to Avoid Spectre and Meltdown?

Spectre and Meltdown are code names given to published exploits showing major security flaws in processors made within the past 20 years. These exploits are possible on any x86 proces...

In Jan 19, 2021

What is MINIX and Why is It Included in the Intel Management Engine?

The Intel Management Engine has been a motherboard component that had remained under the radar in until recent years. Since 2008, it was available to most motherboards as a removable ...

In Jan 18, 2021

Changing the pinned Search With Google from Firefox in Linux or BSD

You probably already know that Firefox lets users search from the address bar with a “Search with Google” at pinned at the top. Even if you remove Google as a search option within Pre...

In Jan 16, 2021

Looking Beyond X86 for Privacy and Security

I’ve used x86 my entire life, having started on a Pentium II machine with Windows 95, going towards the latest generation core processors on my work laptops. Not that I had much of a ...

In Jan 06, 2021

Making Windows XP Usable in 2021

Windows XP is long dead in the eyes of Microsoft, and anyone still using it is on their own to secure their own systems and find programs still available for modern computing.

In Jan 05, 2021

Streaming Video Loops to Twitch or Dlive from a command line terminal

Most people use OBS to stream from their desktop computers. However, if you are looking to stream looped videos to online streaming platforms from a unix-based server, it’s not really...

In Jan 01, 2021

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