Tag: firewall

Cisco Talos…so dumb

If you’ve read our blogs, heard our talks at our local KLUG group, personally talked to me or conversed via email you all know how much I love Cisco (eye rolls).  I was at an event in Lansing, MI recently about small business in Michigan (SBAM).  A rather derpy VAR […]

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Corporate Routers & Open Source – GET REAL!

I’m pushing back!  Why?  Because you dear reader NEED to be enlightened (possibly).  Perhaps you’re already an enlightened digital soul…? MOST ROUTERS ARE OPEN SOURCE: Did you know most routers controlling corporate networks or even your home are “open source”…here’s a list?  Open Source shouldn’t be a dirty word anymore, […]

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Petya Ransomware

Petya’s been in the news lately so I thought I’d take a lookielou at it.  I found an interesting GitHub post about the topic here.  Here are my notes on the matter. * Our Whackers For Hackers IPBL blocked the distribution points for the most part (our firewalls would have […]

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Country Blocking & why you NEED to do it

Out of the box all of our Firewall-Z routers are configured to do country blocking.  Whether you use the embedded, install-able, virtual machine, rack mounted, etc versions…they’re all the same.  Country blocking is a pay for extra on many routers or you have to go above and beyond to hack […]

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De-Cloud from NuWave 360!

Without much help from NuWave Partners in Technology we managed to migrate EVERYTHING from a clients 360 Cloud deployment back to a hybrid on-premise and Office 365 configuration. Things we managed to grab making the transition easy for us and the client: The entire Active Directory infrastructure The entire DNS […]

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