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Rodney Fletcher
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The worst physical security on an ATM ever.
ATM has an accessible Cisco router just sitting on top of it. 
One basic tenet of computer security is this: If you can't vouch for a networked thing's physical security, you cannot also vouch for its cybersecurity. That's because in most cases, networked things really aren't designed to foil a skilled and determined attacker who can physically connect his ...
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Regardless, if one of our contracted technicians found an ATM like this, they would be calling our department to report a security problem. I got to say I am glad to work with Diebold technicians usually since they are very good at not doing anything close to what is in that photo.
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So how much fun is your Saturday night? The joys of IT, hey.

(Nothing serious. Just migrating a large customer into our cloud.) 
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+Alexander Buch​ you do but they're privately owned. We don't use proprietary hardware for our own infrastructure because it leads to vendor lock in. 
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Actually had a customer cop this one, today.
A recent Windows 7 update partially bricks computers that have an Asus motherboard fitted, it emerged this week. Windows 7 machines that have installed Microsoft's KB3133977 update may trigger a "secure boot violation" during startup, preventing the PC from loading the operating system, ...
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+Hughes Mcmurray - There are actually cases where this is used. In any case, the lack of Service Packs and hardware/feature roll-ups continues to cause Enterprise foul-ups in the case of Microsoft. E.g., walked in one day to all MS SQL Servers being down because of a Windows Server Update that botched the FC HBA. After that the Client's CIO said, "Justifications for all MS SQL going forward, otherwise's it's always Linux, either Oracle or PostgreSQL." Boot-time recovery is just nasty in NT/BOOTMGR. Not everything can run on VMware and be virtualized with snapshots for easier recovery. And Windows Recovery/System Protection is not the same, not remotely. If it wasn't for VMware, I know most companies wouldn't run Windows Server for this very reason.
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Infosec\Cybersecurity  - 
 
How to execute an evil twin MiTM attack.
Evil Twin Attack using Kali Linux By Matthew Cranford I searched through many guides, and none of them really gave good description of how to do this. There’s a lot of software out there (such as SEToolkit, which can automate this for you), but I decided to …
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If you don't know how to break it, you don't know how to fix it. 
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"Unaware of what's to come"
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New Life is Strange content coming in the form of a digital series.
We’re super excited to announce that we’re teaming up with Legendary Digital Studios and dj2 to develop a digital series based on Life is Strange! Much like many of you, both Legendary and we here at...
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Hopefully it's a big successful like I said earlier on Facebook.
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Don't see a lot of Ashley artwork. Must admit, although I saved her and not Kaiden, she wasn't really a highlight of the game for me.

Still, good to see some decent artwork. 
Just portrait. Ashley - nach77 Gun - nach77 Sky - davidrak HR tetures - g1pno Posed and rendered in Blender
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I let her racist ass for dead on Ilos
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Rodney Fletcher

General IT Discussion  - 
 
Congratulations Cisco, on making the most confusing, convoluted and difficult to understand documentation in all of IT... Basically, if you don't already completely understand SNMP traps, reading Cisco's "introductory" guide will be of zero help.

If you've ever wanted to see how someone who either actively hates you or just plain doesn't want to share knowledge with "the great unwashed masses" would write documentation, this is it.
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I feel ya. I've been working on converting Windows event logs into traps and then actually trying to parse that garbage on my receiver.

I wish there was a tree we could walk that would play out Star wars like the cool telnet one (telnet towel.blinkenlights.nl).
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So yes, a bad variable does lead to "sudo rm <webroot>"... But oddly enough only in production. Testing? We definitely wouldn't want sudo there?! Why does Apache even have sudo rights??
 
The things you find in other peoples code...
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+Scott
thnc scott
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Here's the code that got us to the moon...
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The Apollo Command and Lunar Modules had 2 of the first digital computers and literally had memory that was "sown." It's still amazing it worked. Even the supervisor was cutting edge, and saved Buzz when he left the radar on and it was overloaded.
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Two beautiful little girls and a job I don't hate. :-)
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