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Marc-Andre Heroux (herouxma)
Works at Bell
Attended Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR)
Lives in Calgary, Canada
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Firefox running in a docker container.
#xvfb #x11vnc #openbox #firefox
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The Intel® Compute Stick now comes in more flavours, with the announcement that an Ubuntu version (Intel product number STCK1A8LFC) will be available globally via major online and retail stockists. This new Ubuntu-based version of the Intel Compute Stick is expected to be priced at around $110 USD and will go on sale next week. [...]
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+Joe Avery nice list ;)...tablet never really attracted me too, I have a Google Nexus 7, use it as you, sometimes to search lite things on sofa...but, never for serious work. Yes, technology must bring convenience, not trouble...I understand this better after developing my Linux Destop almost full-time for a year lol. Enjoy your night!
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This would be creepy!
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Nmap - few good commands here!
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Yes sure I always do that, then with Nmap you can check if your rules are properly applied!
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Few Traffic Monitoring Tools
Here are some command line tools that can be used to analyse and monitor network bandwidth usage on your Linux server.
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+Martin Zeitler agreed
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Deleting your browser history could land you up in prison for 20 years in United States http://www.techworm.net/2015/06/deleting-your-browser-history-could-land-you-up-in-prison-for-20-years-in-united-states.html 
Clearing your browsing history is a crime in United States according to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002
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only if you are not rich or a politician... in which case sneezing can land you in jail in 'Murica
 
Linux - Create an encrypted drive with dm-crypt and LUKS
My latest guide regarding TrueCrypt replacement on Ubuntu 12.04/14.04
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A security firm has spotted a new spam campaign that seeks to trick email users into downloading Dridex banking malware.

By David Bisson​ of +Tripwire, Inc.
A security firm has spotted a new spam campaign that seeks to trick email users into downloading Dridex banking malware.
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This sums it up pretty well...
Today, there is a hyper awareness surrounding cyber security. A mad rush has ensued to make sure our businesses are protected. But we still hear of breaches and their effects on cyber safety. It seems to be an endless cycle that only gets worse.
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Google Chrome Silently Listening to Your Private Conversations 
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Everyone, enjoy your weekend! It was an awesome week :)
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How to scan a subnet with OpenVAS
Provided by: openvas-client_2.0.5-1_i386 · bug. NAME. OpenVAS-Client - The client part of the OpenVAS Security Scanner. SYNOPSIS. OpenVAS-Client [-v] [-h] [-n] [-T ] [-q [-pPS] host port user password targets results] OpenVAS-Client -i in.nbe -o out.[html|xml|nbe]. DESCRIPTION ...
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2 days of work - finally the VA Attack system is working like a charm. When ever you conduct a VA scan, I suggest also using a packet capture tool to see what is happening under the hood!
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Cool stuff! 
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Senior Security Architect
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ISO / IEC, COBIT | NIST, FIPS, PCI DSS | scripting | VPN | Networking | DoD Instructions, DICAP | COBIT, SAS 70 (SSAE no. 16) | ITIL V3, UML, SysML | Mehari, Octave, Macroscope P+ | TOGAF | Zachman | Cloud | SaaS | C | Java | Python | Oracle | Linux/UNIX | Iptables | Apache | MySQL | Windows Server | MS-SQL | IIS | VMware | SSO/SAML
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  • Bell
    Compliance & Security Advisor, present
    Currently working in public and private sectors.
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Security and compliance professional with over seventeen (17) years in information technology shares personal views on internal controls, risk, audit & IT.

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Education
  • Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR)
    BAA, Information System, 1998
  • DoD - U.S. Defense Security Service (DSS)
    Information Classification, 2012
  • DoD - U.S. Defense Security Service (DSS)
    Cybersecurity, 2014
  • Professional Certifications
    CGEIT, CISA, CRMA, CRMP, ABCP, CISSP, NSA-IAM, NSA-IEM
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