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Ubuntu Server Hardening Guide

Ubuntu Server Hardening Guide

Original Author: Hunter Gregal Updated By: Justin Fimlaid ***NOTICE*** To those reading this... 3/8/22: I think *most* of this information is still good but please be cognizant of the Ubuntu version numbers. There's some great comments at the bottom about additional...

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Mailbag – Grassroots Organizations: From BSides to Breaches & Beer

Butts as Biometrics

A rant on "Eyes on Glass" turns into a new entry into the Pit of Despair. If you have any questions or suggestions, send us an email at [email protected] If you like our content, please like, share, and subscribe! We'll catch you next time. Check out...

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Mailbag – Grassroots Organizations: From BSides to Breaches & Beer

Does Security Have to be Painful to be Good?

Cybersecurity has evolved over the years. The increased accessibility of features and functionality requires less understanding of the cybersecurity practice and discipline to be successful. Is the "art of cybersecurity" lost, or does a shift in consumption bring more...

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Mailbag – Grassroots Organizations: From BSides to Breaches & Beer

Zero-Sum Breach of the Week

This week's Pwned episode comes with a zero-sum Breach of the Week! Jack and Justin talk one publicly disclosed breach, and one publicly disclosed breach that could have been, but wasn't. If you have any questions or suggestions, send us an email at...

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Mailbag – Grassroots Organizations: From BSides to Breaches & Beer

Right Swipe – Google Takes Siemplify Home

Google recently acquired Siemplify to integrate it into Google Cloud Chronicle. Jack and Justin give the run down of the pair and decide if the match has chemistry and will thrive in their relationship, or if Google should have just gone home alone. If you have any...

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Mailbag – Grassroots Organizations: From BSides to Breaches & Beer

Punxsutawney Programmer

We're back - like Groundhog Day! Wait, it is Groundhog Day! The debate of supporting open source software and software supply chain security keeps repeating. Learn what one programmer does to get peoples attention and put an explanation point on the power that open...

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Mailbag – Grassroots Organizations: From BSides to Breaches & Beer

Zero Trust, No Trust

Zero Trust is a highly attractive term that conjures beneficial impacts, but is inconsistently defined (hint: it means "Don't Trust Anything"). Its history of overuse means Justin and Jack have to spend some time making it clear. Beware the Pit of Despair! If you have...

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