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Want to use clean energy? Get up to $25 when you sign up with Arcadia Power's free/premium plans #RenewableEnergyFTW
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That was pretty cool 😎 #SolarEclipse
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I just submitted this on their site's contact us form also:
An update is needed to your "Multifactor Authentication Recommendation" document since other authentication methods like SMS, apps & the like have been compromised but the wording on this document just assumes that something beside a password is more secure. So under the Multifactor Deployment Considerations section a bullet point needs to be added to investigate the security vulnerabilities of alternate authentication methods and weigh those vs. password authentication before implementing.
#InternetSecurity #NeverAssume
This week, M3AAWG published five new papers and announced our 2017 leadership. The papers cover guidance on passwords requirements and on using password managers, multifactor authentication, encryption costs, and a DDoS guide targeted to businesses that outlines what to do before, during and after an attack. All the papers are publicly accessible by clicking on the Best Practices shortcut on the M3AAWG website.

Taking the helm for 2017, Severin Walker of Comcast was elected 2017 Chairman and is serving with vice-chairs Janet Jones, Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing Security organization; Len Shneyder, SendGrid, Inc., and Matthew Stith, Rackspace. See the news release for details on the papers and a list of 2017 committee chairs: www.m3aawg.org/news/rel-leadership-papers-2017-04.
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I've expanded my business from just local clients to online & here's a repost of my first blog entry there. Lots of my tech history though but gotta get that in somewhere. 🙂 Logo is next up on the checklist now....
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Colleagues, friends,

In 1999, Jeroen and I started SixXS, a project which aimed to provide
IPv6 connectivity to users who wanted to learn about the network
protocol and gain experience operating IPv6 networks. Our vision was
to facilitate migration to IPv6 in content and access providers.

We were able to provide IPv6 to 50’000+ individual users and companies
in 140+ countries, using servers hosted at 40+ Internet providers in
30+ countries. We are incredibly proud of what we’ve accomplished
together, and how many people have gotten to know all about IPv6 due
to our combined efforts.

We have completed a retrospective and rationale document, which
details our experience developing and operating the SixXS tunnelbroker
over the last 18 years. We have worked through our plans with the many
dedicated ISPs that have been involved:
https://www.sixxs.net/sunset/

We have reached out to users recently, giving them 6 weeks to make
alternative plans. We have chosen a somewhat symbolic date of
2017-06-06 to turn down the SixXS service. Our website will remain as
a tombstone.

Please feel free to pass this along to any group or list you feel
would benefit from it, and reach out to <info@sixxs.net> or to myself
directly <pim@ipng.nl> if you have thoughts you’d like to share
between now and then.

Kindest Regards,
Pim van Pelt and Jeroen Massar (SixXS founders)
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So you know you're not awake enough and need more coffee when you put your coffee beans in the coffee maker instead of the coffee grinder. 😑
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There's already been movies about cars & vehicles getting hacked. Now the government wants to try to help make sure that doesn't happen. #vehicle #cybersecurity
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This +Google campaign seems to be a somewhat a waste when sending via SSL is both still listed as recommended (when it was used last) and is listed as equal to TLS (in the Help Center) with external accounts in Gmail. Why engage the public when you're not engaging all your internally relevant systems? #BigCorporateIsolationismFail
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