This is a post that details how, after a great deal of research and frustration, I figured out how to perform whole-site WordPress acceleration and resiliency with a content delivery network (CDN), using SSL/TLS via Let’s Encrypt!. I run a fair number of WordPress sites, some of which have more need for resiliency to brief… Continue reading CDN, TLS, and WordPress – Oh My!
Presentation video and slides from last week’s Security Weekly show, where I talked about Logstash in forensic investigations.
I really enjoyed giving a SANS @Night talk in Bangalore, India this week. The slides are below. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to let me know. 2014-09 Logs Logs Every Where
I’ve created a flowchart that details the flow traffic takes through the various tables and chains of the Linux iptables firewall.
I still need to pull the commands out of this presentation, which I’ll add to this post as soon as I have a chance. In the mean time, here are the slides from that talk. If there is video available, I’ll link it here as well. Thanks to everyone who attended and provided feedback!
I’ve said this many times in previous jobs and was reminded of it again recently: Attack marketing is the death knell of a business. If you have a superior product or service, then by all means highlight why that’s the case. But spending most of your time comparing yourself to others is just juvenile and… Continue reading Just Be Better