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IT / Software / Systems: Systems Administrator - Great Falls, Montana

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Responsible for designing, organizing, configuring and supporting computer systems, including servers, storage technologies, virtual environments, and other infrastructure technologies. The Systems Administrator maintains operating environments for core applications, including testing, training, and upgrade environments as needed. The Administrator installs, documents, and maintains backup and recovery systems and procedures, working to ensure high availability and performance. The Systems Administrator assists with technical security compliance, including internet web content filtering, e-mail encryption and spam filtering. The Administrator ensures adherence with security, regulatory, BHS policy, as well as best practices regarding design, configuration, and use of system technology. He/she completes other assignments based on ability as needed, and participates in the department's performance improvement and continuous quality improvement (CQI) activities. FLSA: EXEMPT DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Monitors and updates the facility's computer systems to ensure the equipment is functioning properly. Evaluates performance trends and recommends proactive steps to ensure performance. Strictly complies with change control procedures and processes, including effective testing and validation. Demonstrates knowledge of current software systems, operation procedures and technological developments. Designs medium to complex systems and configurations. Evaluates vendor's proposals and technology to complete proper design and configurations, and to secure needed services, hardware/software. Maintains, debugs and changes application software systems and existing programs. Works with Network Administrators and other ITS technicians and vendor personnel to coordinate and integrate systems, Develops downtime and disaster recovery procedures for responsible systems. Provides training and assistance for all systems users. Responsible for meeting the needs of the facility through designing, testing and implementing technical systems. Establishes procedures and configurations to maintain confidentiality and security of computer files. Ensures procedures and processes are in place to back-up files and provide recovery in the event failures. Coordinates information technology response efforts to unplanned outages and security issues. Provides timely reports about the facility's servers and applications including upgrades, risk mitigation, problems and solutions. Tracks performance trends and recommends actions to ensure and enhance performance. Develops and updates policies and procedures governing information technology systems of the facility. Maintains a good working relationship with outside consultants and vendors. Demonstrates the ability to be flexible, organized and function under stressful situations. Maintains a good working relationship within the department and with other departments. Consistently demonstrates a professional, self-directed approach to department responsibilities. Assists and provides mentoring to End User Device Specialists, Technical Analyst II and other IT staff. Performs on call duty as required. Accepts additional responsibilities as assigned. Demonstrates the ability to deal with pressure to meet deadlines, to be accurate, and to handle constantly changing situations. Demonstrates the ability to deal with a variety of people, deal with stressful situations, and handle conflict High school graduate or equivalent. B.S. in Computer Science or related subject, or equivalent experience preferred. Previous experience as a systems administrator preferred. Experience with large network(s) system administration preferred. Technical certification required in relevant area (MCSE, VMWare, Citrix) Experience in systems tuning and performance management preferred Experience with Visual Basic and/or other scripting tools preferred. Community Information: Great Falls has a city population of 60,000, with a draw of over 275,000 people in north central Montana. We experience mild winters and enjoy blue skies over 300 days per year. Great Falls is a wonderful and safe place to raise a family, with nationally ranked public schools and an average commute of under 12 minutes, making the quality of life in Great Falls unsurpassed in the Rocky Mountain West. Additionally, the Missouri River, a blue-ribbon fly-fishing destination, runs through the middle of town. Outdoor activities include camping, hiking, horseback riding, water and snow skiing, rock and ice climbing, boating, whitewater kayaking, off-road motorsports, upland bird and waterfowl hunting, and big-game hunting. Benefis Health System: This is your opportunity to be part of an exceptional health system in a state that is well known for its beautiful four seasons and outdoor lifestyle. While enjoying the last best place, you'll have the added benefit of having access to Benefis Health System, one of the state's most modern and progressive healthcare facilities with 500+ beds and over 270 employed medical staff members representing more than 40 specialties. Our state-of-the-art facilities and cutting-edge technologies make Benefis an exceptional working environment and one of the "150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare" five years in a row. ()
          

Accounting, Auditing: Budget Analyst - Ogden, Utah

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Budget AnalystDepartment of AgricultureForest ServiceOverview ##### Open & closing dates11/08/2019 to 11/29/2019 ##### ServiceCompetitive ##### Pay scale & gradeGS 12 ##### Salary$74,596 to $96,978 per year ##### Appointment typePermanent ##### Work scheduleFull-TimeLocation1 vacancy in the following location:-Ogden, UTRelocation expenses reimbursedYes Relocation expenses may be reimbursed at the discretion ofmanagement in accordance with agency policy.Telework eligibleYes as determined by agency policy- DutiesSummaryThis position performs a full range of budget work and is part ofthe R4 Financial Resources staff located in Ogden, Utah.For additional information about the duties of this position, pleasecontact Mark Bethke at mark.bethke@usda.gov or 801-625-5269.Learn more about this agencyResponsibilities Provides advice and assistance to managers in the development ofprogram and budget requests and related supportingdocumentation. Drafts procedural instructions and policy guidance for use byofficials in planning and estimating funding needs for staffing,contractual service, equipment, travel, etc. Reviews and edits budget requests submitted by subordinate unitsto assure that they conform to higher level requirements. Analyzes estimates to identify imbalances among program areas,to eliminate duplication of functions, and to reconcileestimates with current levels of expenditures and anticipatedchanges in programs. Highlights budget changes and trends from year to year to helpsenior level management with program budget decisions. Prepares detailed obligation plans in conjunction with budgetrequests. Provides advice and guidance to managers on writing budgetjustification responses in order to obtain and defend fundingrequests as well as to help prioritize budget requirements. Tracks budget expenditures against approved budget plans toensure that funds are being spent according to financial limits,laws, regulations, policies and procedures. Performs supervisory duties.Travel RequiredOccasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this positionfor meetings, training, or site visits.Supervisory statusYesPromotion Potential12 #### Job family (Series)0560 Budget Analysis- RequirementsConditions of Employment Must be a U.S. Citizen or National. Males born after 12/31/1959 must be Selective Service registeredor exempt. Subject to satisfactory adjudication of background investigationand/or fingerprint check. Successful completion of one year probationary period, unlesspreviously served. Per Public Law 104-134 all Federal employees are required tohave federal payments made by direct deposit to their financialinstitution. Successfully pass the E-Verify employment verification check. Tolearn more about E-Verify, including your rights andresponsibilities, visit e-verify.govQualificationsIn order to qualify, you must meet the eligibility andqualifications requirements as defined below by the closing date ofthe announcement. For more information on the qualifications forthis position, visit the Office of Personnel Management's GeneralSchedule Qualification Standards.Your application and resume must clearly show that you possess theexperience requirements.Specialized Experience Requirement:For the GS-0560-12: You must have one year specialized experienceequivalent to the GS-11 in the Federal service. Specializedexperience is defined as the following: Providing technical advice,consultation, and assistance to management on a range of budgetprogram issues; and reviewing and editing budget requests to assurethat they conform to higher level requirements; and identifying andanalyzing trends in the receipt, obligation, or expenditure of fundsto ensure that objectives of the annual financial plan were beingmet on a timely basis; and performing analysis of assigned programbudgets and employed techniques such as trend and historicalanalysis to review funding requests.Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteerwork done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps,AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional;philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social).Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, andskills and can provide valuable training and experience thattranslates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit forall qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.TIME IN GRADE REQUIREMENT: If you are a current federal employeein the General Schedule (GS) pay plan and applying for a promotionopportunity, you must meet time-in-grade (TIG) requirements of 52weeks of service at the next lower grade level in the normal line ofprogression for the position being filled. This requirement must bemet by the closing date of this announcement.EducationAdditional informationCareer Transition Assistance Plan (CTAP), Reemployment Priority List(RPL) or Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan (ICTAP): Toexercise selection priority for this vacancy, CTAP/RPL/ICTAPcandidates must meet the basic eligibility requirements and allselective factors. CTAP/ICTAP candidates must be rated anddetermined to be well qualified (or above) based on an evaluation ofthe competencies listed in the How You Will Be Evaluated section.When assessed through a score-based category rating method,CTAP/ICTAP applicants must receive a rating of at least 85 out of apossible 100.Land Management Workforce Flexibility Act (LMWFA) provides currentor former temporary and term employees the opportunity to competefor permanent competitive service positions. Individuals must havemore than 24 months of service without a break between appointmentsof two or more years and the last temporary or term appointment musthave been with the Forest Service. Service must be in thecompetitive service and have been at a successful level ofperformance or better. Part-time and intermittent service will becredited only for time actually worked. Non-pay status (such asLWOP) is credited for up to six months in a calendar year; anythingbeyond six months is not credited. Applicants are responsible forproviding sufficient information/documentation to determine if the24 month criteria is met.Selectee will be responsible for tax obligations related to paymentsfor moving expenses - 2017 Tax Cuts and Job Act, Public Law 115-97.Questions should be directed to the Travel help Desk, 877-372-7248,Option 1, or emailasc_tos@fs.fed.us.Forest Service daycare facilities are not available.Government Housing is not availableDaycare facilities are not availableThis position is eligible for telework and other flexible workarrangements.We may select from this announcement or any other source to fill oneor more vacancies.How You Will Be EvaluatedYou will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet thequalifications above.You will be evaluated based on your qualifications for this positionas evidenced by the experience, education, and training youdescribed in your application package, as well as the responses tothe Assessment Questionnaire to determine the degree to which youpossess the competencies listed below: Financial Management Oral Communication Reasoning Supervision Technical Competence Workforce EnvironmentYour application, including the online Assessment Questionnaire,will be reviewed to determine if you meet (a) minimum qualificationrequirements and (b) the resume supports the answers provided to thejob-specific questions. Your resume must clearly support yourresponses to all the questions addressing experience and educationrelevant to this position.If you meet the qualification requirements and are determined to beamong the best qualified, you will be referred to the hiring managerfor consideration. Noncompetitive candidates and applicants undersome special hiring authorities must meet minimum qualifications tobe referred.Note: If, after reviewing your resume and/or supportingdocumentation, a determination is made that you inflated yourqualifications and or experience, your rating may be lowered to moreaccurately reflect the submitted documentation. Please follow allinstructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating.Providing inaccurate information on Federal documents could begrounds for non-selection or disciplinary action.To view the application form, visit:https://apply.usastaffing.gov/ViewQuestionnaire/10650099Background checks and security clearanceSecurity clearanceNot RequiredDrug test requiredNoPosition sensitivity and riskNon-sensitive (NS)/Low RiskTrust determination processCredentialing, Suitability/Fitness- Required DocumentsThe following documents are required for your applicant package tobe complete. Our office cannot be responsible for incompatiblesoftware, illegible fax transmissions, delays in the mail service,your system failure, etc. Encrypted documents will not be accepted.Failure to submit required, legible documents may result in loss ofconsideration. Resume that includes: 1) personal information such as name,address, contact information; 2) education; 3) detailed workexperience related to this position as described in the majorduties including work schedule, hours worked per week, dates ofemployment; title, series, grade (if applicable); 4)supervisor's phone number and whether or not the supervisor maybe contacted for a reference check; 5) other qualifications. If education is required or you are using education to qualify,you must submit: a copy of your college transcripts. Anunofficial copy is sufficient with the application; however, ifyou are selected, you will be required to submit officialtranscripts prior to entering on duty. Education must have beensuccessfully obtained from an accredited school, college oruniversity. If any education was completed at a foreigninstitute, you must submit with your application evidence thatthe institute was appropriately accredited by an accreditingbody recognized by the U.S. Department of Education asequivalent to U.S. education standards. There are privateorganizations that specialize in this evaluation and a fee isnormally associated with this service. All transcripts must bein English or include an English translation.In addition to the above, you must submit the documents below if youclaim any of the following:- Current and former Federal employees: 1) Most recent non-awardNotification of Personnel Action (SF-50) showing that youare/were in the competitive service, highest grade (or promotionpotential) held on a permanent basis, position title, series andgrade AND 2) Most recent performance appraisal (dated within 18months) showing the official rating of record, signed by asupervisor, or statement why the performance appraisal isunavailable. Do not submit a performance plan.- Surplus or displaced employees eligible for CTAP, RPL, or ICTAPpriority: proof of eligibility (RIF separation notice, notice ofproposed removal for declining a transfer of function ordirected reassignment to another commuting area, notice ofdisability annuity termination), SF-50 documenting separation(as applicable), and your most recent SF-50 noting position,grade level, and duty location with your application per 5CFR 330.- Land Management Workforce Flexibility Act Eligible Applicants:please review the Required Documents for Hiring AuthoritiesQuick Guide on the Forest Service website.- If claiming eligibility under a special hiring authority notlisted above, please review the Required Documents for HiringAuthorities Quick Guide on the Forest Service website.If you are relying on your education to meet qualification requirements:Education must be accredited by an accrediting institutionrecognized by the U.S. Department of Education in order for it to becredited towards qualifications. Therefore, provide only theattendance and/or degrees from schools accredited by accreditinginstitutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.Failure to provide all of the required information as stated in thisvacancy announcement may result in an ineligible rating or mayaffect the overall rating.- BenefitsA career with the U.S. Government provides employees with acomprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and yourfamily will have access to a range of benefits that are designed tomake your federal career very rewarding. Learn more about federalbenefits.Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you holdand whether your position is full-time, part-time, or intermittent.Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specificbenefits offered.- How to ApplyPlease view Tips for Applicants - a guide to the Forest Serviceapplication process.Please read the entire announcement and all instructions before youbegin. You must complete this application process and submit allrequired documents electronically by 11:59p.m. Eastern Time (ET) onthe closing date of this announcement.Applying online is highly encouraged. We are available to assist youduring business hours (normally 8:00a.m. - 4:00p.m., Monday -Friday). If applying online poses a hardship, contact the AgencyContact listed below well before the closing date for an alternatemethod. All hardship application packages must be complete andsubmitted no later than noon ET on the closing date of theannouncement to be entered into the system prior to its closing.This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants withdisabilities on a case-by-case basis; contact the Agency Contact torequest this.To begin, click "Apply Online" and follow the instructions tocomplete the Assessment Questionnaire and attach your resume and allrequired documents.NOTE: If a document is resubmitted, it replaces the previoussubmission, which means the previous document is no longer availableto the Human Resources Office. If you are adding to, rather thanreplacing a previous submission, you must upload both the olddocument and the new document. You must verify that uploadeddocuments from USAJOBs transfer into the Agency's staffing system asthere is a limitation to the number of documents that can betransferred. However, once in the Agency's staffing system, you willhave the opportunity to upload additional documents. Applicants maycombine all like required documents (e.g. SF-50s or veteran docs)into one or more files and scan for uploading into the application.Each file must not exceed 3MB. Grouping like documents into fileswill simplify the application process. Documents must be in one ofthe following formats: GIF, JPEG, JPG, PDF, PNG, RTF, or Word (DOCor DOCX). Uploaded documents may not require a password, digitalsignature, or other encryption to open.Agency contact informationHRM Contact CenterPhone1-877-372-7248 X2EmailSM.FS.FSJobs@usda.govAddressUSDA Forest Service HRM Contact CenterDO NOT MAIL IN APPLICATIONS, SEE INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ANNOUNCEMENT.Albuquerque, NM 87109USLearn more about this agencyNext stepsYour application will be reviewed to verify that you meet theeligibility and qualification requirements for the position prior toissuing referral lists to the selecting official. If furtherevaluation or interviews are required, you will be contacted. Log into your USAJOBS account to check your application status.- Fair & TransparentThe Federal hiring process is setup to be fair and transparent.Please read the following guidance.Equal Employment Opportunity PolicyThe United States Government does not discriminate in employment onthe basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy andgender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexualorientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age,membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parentalstatus, military service, or other non-merit factor. Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) for federal employees & jobapplicantsReasonable Accommodation PolicyFederal agencies must provide reasonable accommodation to applicantswith disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonableaccommodation for any part of the application process should followthe instructions in the job opportunity announcement. For any partof the remaining hiring process, applicants should contact thehiring agency directly. Determinations on requests for reasonableaccommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.A reasonable accommodation is any change to a job, the workenvironment, or the way things are usually done that enables anindividual with a disability to apply for a job, perform job dutiesor receive equal access to job benefits.Under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, federal agencies must providereasonable accommodations when: An applicant with a disability needs an accommodation to have anequal opportunity to apply for a job. An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to performthe essential job duties or to gain access to the workplace. An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to receiveequal access to benefits, such as details, training, andoffice-sponsored events.You can request a reasonable accommodation at any time during theapplication or hiring process or while on the job. Requests areconsidered on a case-by-case basis.Learn more about disability employment and reasonable accommodationsor how to contact an agency.Legal and regulatory guidance Financial suitability Social security number request Privacy Act Signature and false statements Selective Service New employee probationary periodThis job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and toapply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/551141000. Only resumessubmitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listedat www.usajobs.gov will be considered. ()
          

Other: Data Protection Leader - Relocation to Phoenix, AZ Required - Salt Lake City, Utah

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Data protection is the foundation of information security. Knowing what data you have, where it is located and how it is protected and in compliance with laws/regulations is the minimum requirements of any security program. This role will evolve the current strategy and implement the next generation enterprise data protection strategy. Use your expertise to help us craft the next generation of our IT Security program. Help us re-think what it means to achieve cyber excellence delivering capabilities in a fast-changing, highly competitive market. Your day could include and experience we would like to see : Acts as a transformation security leader driving change across IT and business departments to implement strong data security practices, encryption and other data protection and privacy requirements. Develop and implement enterprise data protection strategy. Work with asset management program to link data to other areas of the asset taxonomy. Develop approach to identify, protect and minimize data while balancing business needs and privacy requirements. Partner and educate IT partners in data protection requirements and data protection techniques Develop policies, standards and ongoing governance to ensure compliance and resiliency. Lead team of technical resources to implement outstanding outcomes. Identify data protection and minimization strategies, with focus on impact of emerging technology (Cloud, CI/CD) Foster and drive organizational change that leads security towards a comprehensive data protection strategy and implementation plan Actively partner with department leads, architects, and business liaisons to embed the appropriate data protection practices and requirements at the beginning of projects Ability to develop compelling visual materials to communicate with various levels of leadership across IT and the business. Assess data protection practices and implement protection through proper access controls and encryption tools and strategies. Experience managing certificates and cypher keys used in secure communication and the tokenization of data.Education, Certifications and nice to have: Bachelor's degree (in Information Technology or a related discipline) or equivalent work experience 7+ years of Information Technology and Security experience* Experience in Encryption, Access Management, Privacy and other data protection areas Agile operational model experience IS certifications preferred (CISSP, CISM, CISA or Equivalent) Leadership experience (2-5 years) CSAA Insurance Group offers many benefits, including: Comprehensive health care plans, including medical, dental, vision, and tax-deferred spending accounts. Employee assistance, healthy pregnancy and wellness programs. Paid time off, plus nine paid holidays and 24 hours of volunteer time off. 401(k) plus company matching up to 6% and a cash balance pension program. Paid training, tuition reimbursement, self-service training and career development opportunities.Be part of a community that works:At CSAA Insurance Group, we take pride in our values-based culture. Helping our employees have enriched lives and satisfying careers is how we work. Our employees appreciate the integrity and inclusion that is evident throughout our everyday interactions. We respect the diverse range of perspectives, backgrounds and cultures of our teams, and join together when it comes to helping our members, community or one another.Headquartered in Walnut Creek, California, our community also works in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Jersey and Oklahoma. Learn more about us at CSAA-Insurance.aaa.com/careersPlease submit your application to be considered. We communicate via email, so check your inbox to ensure you don't miss important updates from us.We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.Location: Glendale, AZ*LI-SB1#HP ()
          

Lea Kissner on user privacy, encryption and ‘tricky human implications’

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Lea Kissner, chief privacy offer at HR software company Humu, reflects on her time as Google’s global privacy lead and how modern security culture needs to change.

The post Lea Kissner on user privacy, encryption and ‘tricky human implications’ appeared first on Silicon Republic.


          

CFPH Beta Test Hack D3D Menu [11-30-19]

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CFPH Beta Test Hack D3D Menu [11-30-19]

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Docker Login the Right Way

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Docker Login the right Way

Hi again!

It is been a while since I wrote something here, as always, there is no much time for a hobby.

I’ve been working for a while with docker, not a production level, but for some applications that I use at work. And since the Docker Hub Data breach I put more atention on the security of my data/credentials, so I investigate a little about and found this official repository https://github.com/docker/docker-credential-helpers/ from Docker where are the supported credential helpers.

Credential Store

Docker keeps our credentials saved on a JSON file located on ~/.docker/config.json, but unfortunatelly credentials are just encrypted on base64, here is an articule/video where there is an explanation for the why it is a bad idea to just use base64 encryption.

The following is a diagram on how a plain text storage works:

Plain Text Storage

Here is an exampleon how ~/.docker/config.json looks like when is using plain text credentials:

cat ~/.docker/config.json
{
"auths": {
"https://index.docker.io/v1/": {
"auth": "azRjaDA6c3VwZXJzZWNyZXRwYXNzd29yZAo="
},
"quay.io": {
"auth": "azRjaDA6c3VwZXJzZWNyZXRwYXNzd29yZAo="
}
},
"HttpHeaders": {
"User-Agent": "Docker-Client/18.09.6 (linux)"
}
}

After a successful docker login command, Docker stores a base64 encoded string from the concatenation of the username, a colon, and the password and associates this string to the registry the user is logging into:

$ echo azRjaDA6c3VwZXJzZWNyZXRwYXNzd29yZAo= | base64 -d -
k4ch0:supersecretpassword

A docker logout command removes the entry from the JSON file for the given registry:

$ docker logout quay.io
Remove login credentials for quay.io
$ cat ~/.docker/config.json
{
"auths": {
"https://index.docker.io/v1/": {
"auth": "azRjaDA6c3VwZXJzZWNyZXRwYXNzd29yZAo="
}
},
"HttpHeaders": {
"User-Agent": "Docker-Client/18.09.6 (linux)"
}
}

Docker Credential Helpers

Since docker version 1.11 implements support from an external credential store for registry authentication. That means we can use a native keychain of the OS. Using an external store is more secure than storing on a “plain text” Docker configuration file.

Secure Storage

In order to use a external credential store, we need a program to interact with.

The actual list of “official” Docker Credential Helper is:

  1. docker-credential-osxkeychain: Provides a helper to use the OS X keychain as credentials store.
  2. docker-credential-secretservice: Provides a helper to use the D-Bus secret service as credentials store.
  3. docker-credential-wincred: Provides a helper to use Windows credentials manager as store.
  4. docker-credential-pass: Provides a helper to use pass as credentials store.

docker-credential-secretservice

On this post we will explore the docker-credential-secretservice and how to configure it.

  1. We need to download and install the helper. You can find the lastest release on https://github.com/docker/docker-credential-helpers/releases.
    Download it, extract it and make it executable.

    wget https://github.com/docker/docker-credential-helpers/releases/download/v0.6.2/docker-credential-secretservice-v0.6.2-amd64.tar.gz
    tar -xf docker-credential-secretservice-v0.6.2-amd64.tar.gz
    chmod +x docker-credential-secretservice
    sudo mv docker-credential-secretservice /usr/local/bin/
    
  2. Then, we need to specify the credential store in the file ~/.docker/config.json to tell docker to use it.
    The value must be the one after the prefix docker-credential-. In this case:

    {
    "credsStore": "secretservice"
    }
    

To facilite the configuration and do not make mistakes, you can run:

sed -i '0,/{/s/{/{\n\t"credsStore": "secretservice",/' ~/.docker/config.json

From now we are uning an external store, so if you are currently logged in, you must run docker logout to remove the credentials from the file and run docker login tostart using the new ones.

Let me know how this works for you.

References: https://github.com/docker/docker-credential-helpers
https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/commandline/login/#credentials-store
https://www.slideshare.net/DavidYeung22/can-we-stop-saving-docker-credentials-in-plain-text-now


          

WordPress with Let's Encrypt SSL Certificate on a Load Balancer

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Hi again,

As many of you know a lot of “Production” applications need to be configured to provide High Availability. With that in mind, a best practice architecture to your application is to add a Load Balancer as a front end who distribute your traffic between your application nodes, as you can appreciate on the next image:

Load Balancer HA

SSL Offloading

In this case, my “Production” application is my blog, and I will install a SSL Certificate on the Cloud Load Balancer(CLB) to offloading the encryption/decryption to the CLB instead of doing it on the webserver. That way your webservers uses port 80 (HTTP), as always, and you serve your content trought port 443(HTTPS).

SSL-Offloading

Here are the what I use to configure my WordPress with SSL Certificate:

  • SSL Certificate issued using Let’s Encrypt
  • A Client of Let’s Encrypt called acme
  • A Cloud Load Balancer
  • A WordPress installation

Step 1: Install acme.sh client

There is a lot of ACME clients supported by Let’s Encrypt, the most popular is Certbot. However, I prefer to use acme.sh.

Let’s install it:

git clone https://github.com/Neilpang/acme.sh.git
cd acme.sh
# Create a data home directory
sudo mkdir -p /opt/acme/data
# Actual command to install it
bash acme.sh --install --home /opt/acme --config-home /opt/acme/data --certhome /opt/acme/data/ssl-certs --accountemail your@email.com

Step 2: Issue SSL Certificate

Once acme.sh is installed, we proceed to issue our first SSL Certificate:

/opt/acme/acme.sh --issue -d example.com -w /var/www/vhosts/example.com/public_html
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:07 UTC 2017] Creating domain key
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:07 UTC 2017] The domain key is here: /opt/acme/data/ssl-certs/example.com/example.com.key
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:07 UTC 2017] Single domain='example.com'
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:07 UTC 2017] Getting domain auth token for each domain
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:07 UTC 2017] Getting webroot for domain='example.com'
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:07 UTC 2017] Getting new-authz for domain='example.com'
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:08 UTC 2017] The new-authz request is ok.
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:08 UTC 2017] Verifying:example.com
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:11 UTC 2017] Success
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:11 UTC 2017] Verify finished, start to sign.
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:11 UTC 2017] Cert success.
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
MIIE/zCCA+egAwIBAgISA2AIs/G8gWjkRkNOUb7zmqh1MA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBCwUA
MEoxCzAJBgNVBAYTAlVTMRYwFAYDVQQKEw1MZXQncyBFbmNyeXB0MSMwIQYDVQQD
ExpMZXQncyBFbmNyeXB0IEF1dGhvcml0eSBYMzAeFw0xNzA4MjgwNTA0MDBaFw0x
NzExMjYwNTA0MDBaMBkxFzAVBgNVBAMTDmNvb2tpZWxhYnMubmV0MIIBIjANBgkq
hkiG9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEAo8/4fXH0dOHcSlyXpsBoULhwQYkz4m0J
MegRHU2mhyy/jfKWM6KHDxHpFWUFajLJ/ORE4uncvjmRYeSVBxgv2R2cYoZyKd6v
txT+Cdj3jD9fBfDerfdfsdfsd6Y6mlr6Im61afKsFXIgLsprBpK22JU6HOz+0Fdo
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hwkbbXsm+wTES7TCn3tooSzFq6ore3JrSckxhFQ96EOea0s9CgYnw4d9rU/b3jyK
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-----END CERTIFICATE-----
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:11 UTC 2017] Your cert is in /opt/acme/data/ssl-certs/example.com/example.com.cer
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:11 UTC 2017] Your cert key is in /opt/acme/data/ssl-certs/example.com/example.com.key
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:11 UTC 2017] The intermediate CA cert is in /opt/acme/data/ssl-certs/example.com/ca.cer
[Mon Aug 25 06:04:11 UTC 2017] And the full chain certs is there: /opt/acme/data/ssl-certs/example.com/fullchain.cer

Where the explained options are:

-issue: Issue a new certificate

-d (-domain) : Specifies a domain, used to issue, renew or revoke, etc.

-w (-webroot) : Specifies the web root folder for web root mode. This is the DocumentRoot where your site is hosted and it is necessary to verify it by Let’s Encrypt.

Step 3: Install SSL Certificate on Cloud Load Balancer

So, at this moment we have our SSL Certificate, Private Key, and Intermediate CA Certificate ready to install on our Cloud Load Balancer (CLB)

Your cert is in /opt/acme/data/ssl-certs/example.com/example.com.cer
Your cert key is in /opt/acme/data/ssl-certs/example.com/example.com.key
The intermediate CA cert is in /opt/acme/data/ssl-certs/example.com/ca.cer

So we should go to https://mycloud.rackspace.com -> Rackspace Cloud -> Networking -> Cloud Load Balancers:

Cloud Load Balancer

Then, to Optional Features and Enable/Configure on “Secure Traffic SSL”

Cloud Load Balancer

Finally, we add our SSL Certificate, Private Key, and Intermediate CA Certificate to the CLB and save the configuration:

Cloud Load Balancer

Step 4: Configure WordPress

We are almost done, at this time we already have configured our SSL on the CLB to provide WordPress over HTTPS, however, WordPress is still with HTTP, so we need to reconfigure our WordPress with SSL.

Database queries

First of all, we should update the links from http to https; we are going to do it directly on the database doing the following queries:

Warning: Change all instances of example.com to your own. If you have the www as part of your WordPress Address(URL) in the WordPress Settings, add the ‘www’.

Also, if you have a custom table prefix in the WordPress database, something other than the default ‘wp’, then you must change all the instances of ‘wp’ to your own table prefix.

  1. Update any embedded attachments/img that use http:This one updates the src attributes that use double quotes:

    UPDATE `wp_posts` SET post_content = REPLACE(post_content, 'src=\"http://example.com', \
    'src=\"https://example.com') WHERE post_content LIKE '%src=\"http://example.com%';
    

    This one takes care of any src attributes that use single quotes:

    UPDATE `wp_posts` SET post_content = REPLACE(post_content, 'src=\'http://example.com', \
    'src=\'https://example.com') WHERE post_content LIKE '%src=\'http://example.com%';
    
  2. Update any hard-coded URLs for links.This one updates the URL for href attributes that use double quotes:

    UPDATE `wp_posts` SET post_content = REPLACE(post_content, 'href=\"http://example.com', \
    'href=\"https://example.com') WHERE post_content LIKE '%href=\"http://example.com%';
    

    This one updates the URL for href attributes that use single quotes:

    UPDATE `wp_posts` SET post_content = REPLACE(post_content, 'href=\'http://example.com', \
    'href=\'https://example.com') WHERE post_content LIKE '%href=\'http://example.com%';
    
  3. Update any “pinged” links:

    UPDATE `wp_posts` SET pinged = REPLACE(pinged, 'http://example.com', \
    'https://example.com') WHERE pinged LIKE '%http://example.com%';
    
  4. This step is just a confirmation step to make sure that there are no remaining http URLs for your site in the wp_posts table, except the GUID URLs.

    You must replace WP_DB_NAME, near the beginning of the query, with the name of your database.

    This will confirm that nowhere in the wp_posts table is there a remaining http URL, outside of the GUID column. This ignores URLs in the GUID column.

    This query only searches; it does not replace anything, nor make any changes. So, this is safe to run. It’s a safe and quick way to check the wp_posts table while ignoring the guid column.

    This SQL query should return an empty set. That would mean that it found no http URLs for your site. (This is all just 1 query. It’s 1 very, very long line.)

    Warning: Remember to replace WP_DB_NAME, near the beginning of the query, with the name of your database.

    SELECT * FROM `WP_DB_NAME`.`wp_posts` WHERE (CONVERT(`ID` USING utf8) LIKE \
    '%%http://example.com%%' OR CONVERT(`post_author` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_date` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_date_gmt` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_content` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_title` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_excerpt` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_status` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`comment_status` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`ping_status` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_password` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_name` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`to_ping` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`pinged` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_modified` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_modified_gmt` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_content_filtered` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_parent` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`menu_order` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_type` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`post_mime_type` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%' \
    OR CONVERT(`comment_count` USING utf8) LIKE '%%http://example.com%%');
    
  5. Now, we move to the wp_comments table. This changes any comment author URLs that point to the http version of your site. This is in case you’ve ever replied to a comment while your URL was pointing to http.

    UPDATE `wp_comments` SET comment_author_url = REPLACE(comment_author_url, \
    'http://example.com', 'https://example.com') WHERE comment_author_url \
    LIKE '%http://example.com%';
    
  6. This updates the content of the comments on your site. If there are any links in the comments that are linking to an http URL on your site, they will be updated to https.

    UPDATE `wp_comments` SET comment_content = REPLACE(comment_content, 'http://example.com', \
    'https://example.com') WHERE comment_content LIKE '%http://example.com%';
    
  7. Now we move to the wp_postmeta table. This takes care of any custom post meta that points to the http version of your site.

    UPDATE `wp_postmeta` SET `meta_value` = REPLACE(meta_value, 'http://example.com', \
    'https://example.com') WHERE meta_value LIKE '%http://example.com%';
    
  8. Now we move to the wp_options table. Update the “WordPress Address (URL)” and “Site Address (URL)”.

    For the WordPress Address URL, you may have to modify example.com. If you have WordPress installed in some other directory, then modify this according to your own WordPress URL. For example, some people have WordPress installed in a subdirectory named “blog”, and so their WordPress Address would be https://example.com/blog.

    UPDATE `wp_options` SET `option_value` = "https://example.com" \
    WHERE `wp_options`.`option_name` = 'siteurl';
    

    This one will update the Site Address URL (this is the home page of your site):

    UPDATE `wp_options` SET `option_value` = "https://example.com" \
    WHERE `wp_options`.`option_name` = 'home';
    

WordPress Control Panel

Besides, with run the queries directly on the database, we can update, or verify,  the blog URLs, by going to Settings > General

And updating your WordPress Address (URL) and Site Address (URL) address fields.

Updating URLs

WordPress Config File

Finally, we should add the following line to our wp_config.php file

$_SERVER['HTTPS']='on';

Now, you have configured WordPress with Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificate on a Load Balancer.


          

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I’ve got big news today. Something major landed: full support for the GTK_FRAME_EXTENTS_ protocol, which hugely improves the user experience for running GTK apps that use client-side decoration headerbars! This includes GNOME apps and an increasing number of 3rd-party GTK apps too. In particular, these apps now display window shadows and have proper resize areas without needing to use a thick border. Here’s how Gedit now looks:

It’s almost native-looking! And it fits right in with the rest of your apps.

I’d like to extend a big thanks for Vlad Zahorodnii who has been working hard on this for months! The feature lands in the upcoming Plasma 5.18 LTS.

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More New Features

Bugfixes & Performance Improvements

User Interface Improvements

How You Can Help

Do you love KDE’s apps? Would you like to help develop for them? I knew you would. 🙂 It’s really fun, and you can have a major impact. Many of KDE’s apps are quite beginner-friendly; among them are Dolphin, Elisa, and Spectacle. See the full list here! These apps’ maintainers as well as KDE’s experienced developers are happy to help and mentor newcomers who want to contribute. For more information on how to get help and who to ask, see https://community.kde.org/Get_Involved#Start_Here.21

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Post NordVPN Data Exposure: Using Domain Threat Intelligence to Prevent MitM Attacks

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NordVPN admitted last month that its data center located in Finland was hacked on March 5, 2018. While the virtual private network (VPN) service provider claimed it learned of the incident as early as April 13, 2019, it only confirmed the compromise last month after reports that its expired Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificate and its private key were leaked. The extent of the intrusion is detailed in this dumped Pastebin log. As shown, the hacker obtained full remote administrative access to NordVPN's node containers. Here are the implications of the breach:

  • With the private key, an attacker could create his own server in NordVPN's network, and launch man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks.
  • Since the hacker had root access, he could have maliciously intercepted and modified user traffic.
  • The provider did not enable reneg-sec, so even though it uses encryption, one-hour-old traffic at the time of the hack could easily have been decrypted.

NordVPN released an official statement in response to the uproar and claimed that no user credentials and activity logs were stolen. It also stated that there were no signs that the hacker monitored user traffic. However, it did admit that the TLS keys can be used to launch a targeted and sophisticated MitM attack on a user in some circumstances.

It's also important to note that TorGuard recently suffered a similar data breach incident, bringing to light the possibility that other VPN providers could be vulnerable.

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NordVPN could, for instance, run its domain through TIP to identify vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and open ports that attackers can exploit.

The results showed that its site has redirects. To ensure its domain's integrity, it needs to check that these redirects do not lead to malicious sites or hosts. Attackers are known for using redirects to obtain data they are not authorized to view to their own servers or sites.

The domain analysis also gave out several Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) warnings that may be worth looking into. NordVPN can, for instance, consider setting its HTTP Public Key Pinning (HPKP) headers to protect against impersonation by attackers using wrongly issued or fraudulent certificates. It can also set its TLSA parameters to bind X.509 certificates to Domain Name System (DNS) names using DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC).

A check on its mail servers also warned that Domain-Based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance (DMARC) is not configured. When properly set up, this email validation system can provide an extra layer of defense against spoofing. It's intended to combat specific techniques often used in phishing and spam attacks such as forging senders' addresses.

Apart from identifying potential security gaps in its IT infrastructure, NordVPN can also use a domain threat intelligence platform to authenticate logins to its systems that contain sensitive client and employee data. Quick queries on the tool can help it spot unauthorized users on its network.

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NordVPN is confident that none of its users' credentials, activity logs, or traffic have been compromised as a result of the data breach. However, we live in a world where cybersecurity is only as strong as your ability to detect threats early.

Preparing for a cyber attack by taking into account all possible attack vectors is, therefore, a must. By using domain threat intelligence obtained through tools such as Threat Intelligence Platform, security teams can better detect threats in real-time, thereby strengthening their organizations' security posture.


          

InterMed Breach: How Threat Intelligence Sources Help Maintain Domain Integrity

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Major healthcare providers suffer a lot from breaches, both from a legal and financial standpoint. Aside from patient lawsuits, they also face severe penalties imposed by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).

So not surprisingly, the average cost per breached record in the healthcare sector in the U.S. this year has reached US$429 — which could easily translate to millions of dollars, depending on how many customers a compromised entity has.

For InterMed, the said estimate shows that potential fines could reach US$12.87 million for the breach the company has suffered in September. Here are further details about the compromise:

  • An email account owned by an InterMed staff was hacked on September 4, 2019.
  • Internal investigations uncovered that threat actors accessed three more email accounts on September 7 and 10. These accounts revealed the personal information of around 30,000 patients.
  • Personally identifiable information (PII) such as names, dates of birth, insurance details, and clinical data were stolen.
  • The Social Security numbers of some patients were also compromised.
  • InterMed maintained that the attack did not affect its entire patient database. Recently added electronic health records (EHRs) were also not put at risk.

As a result of the breach, InterMed warned patients that they should watch out for unauthorized payment card transactions and forged letters from insurance or healthcare companies in the coming days. It also offered free credit monitoring and identity theft protection to the clients whose records were impacted.

The healthcare firm is right to indicate that their clients are vulnerable to fraudulent activities following the attack. It's also common to see a spike in spearphishing campaigns as a result of data breaches.

How the Threat Intelligence Platform Can Help Keep Domains Secure

Data loss due to email-related incidents is prevalent in the healthcare industry. In a recent industry survey, 95% of healthcare organizations claimed that they received emails from imposters in the past year.

Note that it's relatively easy to conduct reconnaissance on a target host today, thanks to the ubiquity of online directories. For instance, a quick Google search for "InterMed email address" would lead users to a RocketReach listing for the healthcare firm. While the directory did not reveal the email addresses of many company employees, it did provide clues on the organization's most used email formats (e.g., jdoe@intermed[.]com and janedoe@intermed[.]com).

The page also lists the names of the company's employees and president. Pretty much all hackers need to do is send a message with a malicious attachment to a person on the list using the likely used email address formats. They can also attempt to brute-force their way into employee email accounts with weak passwords and use these for attacks or gain entry into confidential databases.

Email security software and strong password credentials are usually the first lines of defense against such threats. In addition, the use of threat intelligence insights can help ensure the integrity of an organization's domain infrastructure, as leaving gaping vulnerabilities is like an open invitation for attackers to steal confidential information.

We analyzed InterMed's domain, which revealed some interesting findings. Results from our Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) showed multiple Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) vulnerabilities concerning data encryption and authentication.

One way of ensuring the security of an organization's network is by disabling suboptimal cipher suites that include NULL, EXP(ort), and DES and RC4. In InterMed's case, it may be a good idea to disable DES-CBC3-SHA, as this may be vulnerable to a CVE-2016-2183 exploit known as "SWEET32." Setting its HTTP Public Key Pinning (HPKP) header is also recommended, as this could decrease risks of man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks that use forged certificates.

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All in all, organizations should continuously revisit their data management policies and train employees to improve their domain hygiene. They can rely on Threat Intelligence Platform to find weaknesses that attackers can take advantage of and strengthen their defenses.


          

The latest from the dragon

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In the Gatestone Institute, Gordan Chang reports,
On January 1, China's Cryptography Law becomes effective. The legislation follows the December 1 implementation of the Multi-Level Protection Scheme 2.0, issued under the authority of the 2016 Cybersecurity Law.

Together, these measures show Beijing's absolute determination to seize from foreign companies all their communications, data, and other information stored in electronic form in China.

"Once data crosses the Chinese border on a network," writes Steve Dickinson in the China Law Blog, "100 percent of that data will be 100 percent available to the Chinese government and the CCP."

Beijing's complete visibility into the networks of foreign companies will have extremely disadvantageous consequences, Dickinson notes. First, Chinese officials will be permitted, under Chinese law, to share seized information with state enterprises. This means the enterprises will be able to use that information against their foreign competitors.

Second, China's new rules will almost certainly result in foreign companies losing trade secret protection around the world. A trade secret loses its status as such when it is widely disclosed. Once a company allows such a secret to be carried on its Chinese network, the company has to assume Beijing will know it. "Since no company can reasonably assume its trade secrets will remain secret once transmitted into China over a Chinese controlled network, they are at great risk of having their trade secret protections outside China evaporating as well," writes Dickinson.

Third, China's cybersecurity program exposes companies to penalties for violating U.S. tech-export legislation. Businesses have assumed that technology covered by U.S. export prohibitions is not "exported" if it is kept on a Chinese network protected by end-to-end encryption, in other words, not available to Chinese authorities. Because companies will no longer be permitted to encrypt data end-to-end, they will almost certainly be considered as violating U.S. rules for tech stored on a network in China.

Not every analyst is alarmed by China's December 1 measures. James Andrew Lewis, for instance, maintains that Beijing's new rules are a "legitimate effort" to secure networks in China. Moreover, he argues the Chinese do not need the new MLPS 2.0 rules to grab information because they can just steal all they want with their advanced "APT" hacker groups. "Their intent is not to use it for malicious purposes," Lewis argues, referring to Chinese officials.

It is not clear how Lewis, a tech expert at the Washington, D.C.-based Center for Strategic and International Studies, can know the intent of China's officials. Furthermore, portraying that intent as benign seems naive—laughable even—while their country is stealing hundreds of billions of dollars of American intellectual property each year and while Chinese ruler Xi Jinping continues his determined attacks on foreign business. In these circumstances, we have to assume Chinese officials are acting with malign intent.

Lewis also downplays the basic point that China's cyber spies, once they have the encryption keys and access to the China network of a foreign firm, will be in a better position to penetrate the networks of that firm outside China. Therefore, it will only be a matter of time before Beijing steals data and puts companies out of business or ruins them to the point where Chinese entities can swoop in and buy them up cheap. Many allege that China stole data from Canada's Nortel Networks and thereby bankrupted it almost a decade ago. The company was, according to the Financial Post, "hacked to pieces."

Finally, CSIS's Lewis fails to recognize that Beijing's December 1 rules generally legitimize China's regulation and information-custody role--in other words, China's theft.

Senator Josh Hawley is rightly more suspicious of Beijing's intentions. In November, the Missouri Republican introduced a bill, the National Security and Data Protection Act of 2019, prohibiting American companies from storing user data or encryption keys in China. Of course, this bill faces opposition from tech companies doing business in that country.

Yet, there is someone who can, with the stroke of a pen, effectively implement Hawley's bill. President Donald John Trump can use his broad powers under the International Emergency Economic Powers Act of 1977 to prohibit companies from complying with the pernicious new rules or from storing data in China.

The rationale for such a sweeping presidential order is that the American people have an interest in China not taking control of American companies with operations in China--a probable consequence of the application of the December 1 and January 1 measures.

Such an emergency order would effectively force American companies out of China, so this step would be drastic. Yet it is China, with its incredibly ambitious grab of data, that is forcing the issue.

The American people have a vital interest in the protection of American data. Trump should issue such an order immediately.
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Work-from-home freelance writing: writing up to $ 250 + / day simple articles

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Professions: IT Security Analyst - Miami, Florida

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Job Description - IT Security AnalystThe Information Security Analyst performs two core functions for the enterprise. The first is the day-to-day operations of the in-place security solutions while the second is the identification, investigation and resolution of security breaches detected by those systems. Secondary tasks may include involvement in the implementation of new security solutions, participation in the creation and or maintenance of policies, standards, baselines, guidelines and procedures as well as conducting vulnerability audits and assessments. The IT Security Analyst is expected to be fully aware of the enterprise's security goals as established by its stated policies, procedures and guidelines and to actively work towards upholding those goals. Acquisition & Deployment Maintain up-to-date detailed knowledge of the IT security industry including awareness of new or revised security solutions, improved security processes and the development of new attacks and threat vectors. Recommend additional security solutions or enhancements to existing security solutions to improve overall enterprise security. Perform the deployment, integration and initial configuration of all new security solutions and of any enhancements to existing security solutions in accordance with standard best operating procedures generically and the enterprise's security documents specifically. Operational Management Maintain up-to-date baselines for the secure configuration and operations of all in-place devices, whether they be under direct control (i.e., security tools) or not (i.e., workstations, servers, network devices, etc.). Maintain operational configurations of all in-place security solutions as per the established baselines. Monitor all in-place security solutions for efficient and appropriate operations. Review logs and reports of all in-place devices, whether they be under direct control (i.e., security tools) or not (i.e., workstations, servers, network devices, etc.). Interpret the implications of that activity and devise plans for appropriate resolution. Participate in investigations into problematic activity. Participate in the design and execution of vulnerability assessments, penetration tests and security audit Required Skills College degree in the field of computer science or related discipline. Working knowledge of anti -virus software, data encryption, and other industrystandard techniques and practices, Strong networking knowledge - protocols, exposure to firewalls, administration, Working knowledge of network, and platform operating systems security. Working technical knowledge of AWS. Knowledge of TCP/IP and network administration/protocols. Intuition and keen instincts to pre-empt attacks. Analytical and problem-solving abilities. - provided by Dice ()
          

A beginner's guide to quantum computing | Shohini Ghose

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A quantum computer isn't just a more powerful version of the computers we use today; it's something else entirely, based on emerging scientific understanding -- and more than a bit of uncertainty. Enter the quantum wonderland with TED Fellow Shohini Ghose and learn how this technology holds the potential to transform medicine, create unbreakable encryption and even teleport information.
          

Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose Adds Support For Customer-Provided Keys for Server-Side Encryption

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Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose now provides additional protection of sensitive data through customer-provided keys for server-side encryption (SSE) of delivery streams. This feature is integrated with AWS Key Management Service (KMS), which allows you to centrally manage keys that protect Kinesis Data Firehose delivery streams along with keys that protect your other AWS resources.


          

Encrypt your Amazon DynamoDB data by using your own encryption keys

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Amazon DynamoDB is a fully managed, nonrelational database that delivers reliable performance at any scale. DynamoDB encrypts all your data at rest by default with an AWS owned customer master key (CMK), unless you opt to use a AWS managed CMK. Starting today, you also can use customer managed CMKs, which means you can have full control over how you encrypt and manage the security of your DynamoDB data. 


          

AWS Key Management Service supports asymmetric keys

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AWS Key Management Service (KMS) now enables you to create and use asymmetric customer master keys (CMKs) and data key pairs. With this feature, you can perform digital signing operations using RSA and Elliptic Curve (ECC) keys. You can also perform public key encryption operations using RSA keys. The public portion of the key pairs can be used outside of the service. You can share public keys with your customers and partners so they can encrypt data or verify signatures without making a request to AWS KMS. As with all other AWS KMS APIs, asymmetric key usage is logged in AWS CloudTrail to help meet your regulatory and compliance needs.


          

Sony VAIO SVT21216CXB Intel WLAN Driver 17.13.1.13 for Windows 8 64-bit

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This utility installs an updated version of the Intel Wireless LAN software to address the following issues:- Add support for the Windows 8.1 operating system- Improves Wi-Fi Miracast performance- Resolve an issue where a blue screen or operating system (OS) crash may occur- Improves Wireless LAN connectivity- Improves file transfer when using the Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) encryption for 802.11a or 802.11g band connections- Resolves issues where the errors "Network Detected Error"...
          

Linearly-Homomorphic Signatures and Scalable Mix-Nets, jeudi 9 janvier à 14h30.

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Anonymity is a primary ingredient for our digital life. Several tools have been designed
to address it such as, for authentication, blind signatures, group signatures or anonymous credentials
and, for confidentiality, randomizable encryption or mix-nets. When it comes to complex electronic
voting schemes, random shuffling of authenticated ciphertexts with mix-nets is the only known tool.
However, it requires huge and complex zero-knowledge proofs to guarantee the actual permutation
of the initial ciphertexts in a privacy-preserving way.
In this paper, we propose a new approach for proving correct shuffling: the mix-servers can simply
randomize individual ballots, which means the ciphertexts, the signatures, and the verification keys,
with an additional global proof of constant size, and the output will be publicly verifiable. The
security proof is in the generic bilinear group model. The computational complexity for the each
mix-server is linear in the number of ballots. Verification is also linear in the number of ballots,
but independent of the number of rounds of mixing. This leads to a new highly scalable technique.
Our construction makes use of linearly-homomorphic signatures, with new features, that are of
independent interest.
          

Gout Solution – Blue Heron Health News

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Professions: Cloud Security Architect - Richardson, Texas

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10 Years In, WhatsApp Still Needs True Multi-Device Support

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Paul Sawers, writing for VentureBeat: WhatsApp launched out of beta 10 years ago this month, and the messaging behemoth is now a completely different beast from the one that quietly arrived for iPhone users way back in November 2009. After Facebook shelled out around $20 billion to acquire the app in 2014, WhatsApp introduced voice calls, video calls, group calls, web and desktop apps, end-to-end encryption, and fingperprint unlocking. All the while, Facebook has been figuring out how to monetize its gargantuan acquisition by targeting businesses. However, there remains one glaring chink in WhatsApp's otherwise expansive armor -- namely, the lack of simultaneous multi-device support. Things could be about to change, however. Given that WhatsApp is tethered to a user's mobile number and all messages are stored locally on devices, rather than on remote servers, syncing and accessing WhatsApp across devices poses something of a challenge. WhatsApp Web allows users to message from their desktop computer, but by essentially mirroring their mobile device -- one can't work without the other. Moreover, WhatsApp Web lacks many of the features of the mobile app, such as voice and video calling. Achieving true multi-device support -- without compromising security -- would be a big game changer for WhatsApp.

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Privacy and Security Policy
We protect the confidentiality of our clients and subscribers and strictly guard the methods by which personal information is used, processed, transmitted, and stored.

Information Processing and Storage
The obtained information of the client through the website will only disclose identifiable personal information. The Company will not disclose identifiable personal information to any other person or entity.

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Classic 1 Limousine will use encryption software to ensure the client’s transmitted data security. The Company use SSL (secure socket layer) encryption, but may change its encryption selection if it believes that an alternative security measure has equivalent or better capabilities. The Company has and will enter into confidentiality and privacy agreements with all of its employees and agents to protect the privacy of the personal information disclosed to the Company. Employees and agents who have access to the subscriber personal information are assigned various levels of password protection.

          

i500 Encryption Key Management

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The best resource for understanding and using the Encryption Key Management features is the i500 Users Guide. The i500 Users Guide can be downloaded from the main Quantum website by going to Support> Downloads. Select the appropriate product category and name then go to the Documentation tab on the product page. The latest version of the Users Guide will be available to download. Listed below are the common Encryption Key Management functions listed along with their Chapter and Page numbers. Reference these functions in the Users Guide to better understand how to configure and use the feature properly. The specific page numbers listed below assume that you are using the i8 version of the Users Guide.

 


          

Hardcore Hardware Control and Tips

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@TNT_BOM_BOM wrote:

  • Steps to have them done might be tough but this is what at the moment best way to handle hardware at the market

  • Not all of them might be applicable on your pc

  • Remove = Physically cut <-- if its not possible then --> Disable = Physical burning/melting of the chip/object or from BIOS level NOT within the Operating System (OS).

A- Control Hardware by Hardware not through Software

Note: Dont switch the replacements as a wireless adapters , use always wire adapters because many of these bluetooth wireless adapters are transmitted in unencrypted way and can be attacked from wide rang.

1- Remove/Disable internal microphone (unless it come with proper kill switch) and buy new one from outside and plug it out once you finished using it

2- Remove/Disable internal speakers and buy new one from outside and plug it out once you finished using it because internal speakers can be turned into spying microphone:

3- Remove/Disable internal camera (unless it come with proper kill switch) and buy new one from outside and plug it out once you finished using it. Putting tape on the camera is not enough because some of them might have sensors like body heat sensors (infrared like) , heart rating …etc (there was a video show that but either deleted or hidden by google on youtube or i cant find it)

4- Remove/Disable internal bluetooth (unless it come with proper kill switch) and buy new one from outside and plug it out once you finished using it. Sometimes bluetooth comes built-in with motherboard , well try to disable it from BIOS rather than keeping it open (better to use external hardware like flash/hard drive when transmitting data)

5- Remove/Disable internal Wireless/WiMax (unless it come with proper kill switch) and buy new one from outside and plug it out once you finished using it. Better to always use wire/ethernet connection rather than wireless/wifi (recommended by Edward Snowden)

6- Remove/Disable internal GPS chip

7- Remove/Disable any touch/fingerprint stuff on keyboard,screen…

8- Careful when using/buying headphones make sure they come with microphone kill switch or get only audio headphone and buy the microphone separately (you can remove microphone physically from it if possible) plus make sure it using wire connection.

(Remove as much possible all the radio/waves that your pc produces)

B- Remove internal battery of your laptop and use only cable to make sure that the pc turned off and the memory wiped off to avoid memory forensic

C- Use Free or Open Source (might be with blobs) BIOSs

D- Use Free/Open Hardware Processors

Well there arent much yet (specially for laptops) but here are places to get an idea:

E- Avoid x86 Intel processors

F- Dont sell your flash or your external hard drive and you have used them before, and dont sell your pc without either changing the hard drive with new one or sell it without hard drive. If you have any used storage hardware and you dont need it then destroy it entirely (Burn/Melt it or cut/grind it or dissolve it using chemicals…etc)

G- There are markets that sell external hardware tools compatible with GNU/Linux without blobs e.g:

Extra Tips:

  • Avoid multibooting specially with malware OSs like Microsoft Windows as that might lead to make /boot in bye bye way.
  • Qubes OS solves alot of these untrusted hardware issues even with external adapters
  • Watch Jacob Appelbaum great speech about NSA crazy hacking methods/tools

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Outlook: nach Einfügen von Text erscheint manchmal nur ein Briefumschlag mit einem Schloss-Symbol

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Hallo,

seitdem ich Outlook 2013 nutze, habe ich gelegentlich folgendes Problem:

Beim Kopieren eines Textes (z.B. aus Word oder einem Browser) und anschließendem Einfügen in eine Nachricht bei Outlook erscheint anstelle des kopierten Textes nur ein kleines Symbol, das wie ein Briefumschlag mit einem Schloss aussieht (Bild )

Im Web habe ich nun den Hinweis gefunden "entferne  in Outlook unter Datei > Optionen > Add-Ins > COM-Add-Ins > Gehe zu" alle gesetzten Haken.

Dazu meine Frage: woher weiß ich, ob ich wirklich alle Haken gefahrlos entfernen kann, ohne das dann etwas Entscheidendes fehlt? Wenn ich z. B. "Avast Addin" deaktiviere, erfolgt dann keine Virenprüfung mehr bei eingehenden Mail? Oder: "Microsoft VBA for Outlook AddIn" ist überflüssig? Und "Steganos Email Encryption Outlook AddIn" ist nicht sinnvoll?

Für Tipps: danke im Voraus


          

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[…] Not having access to your favorite websites is a frustrating ordeal to face. Sometimes it may be a general problem with your Internet settings or just some problem with your ISP. There is a possibility that some websites will be blocked by your service provider. This is often the case on school campuses where you may be restricted from viewing certain websites. There are a few ways to scale this hurdle. There are a host of tools you can use on your Android smartphone, tablet or other Android device, but you will find the use of virtual private networks (VPN) the best bet. A VPN will run as an app on your device. It will hide your identity and help you gain access to content that will be otherwise restricted to you. What to consider before getting a VPN service for your Android You should know that not all VPNs will work the same. It is wise to avoid entirely free VPNs. Here are a couple of pointers while you consider what VPN to get for your Android device. No logging policy – Just like your ISP, it is possible for your activity logs to be stored by your VPN. You should consider a VPN service that observes a strict no-logging policy. Powerful encryption – There is an industry standard of 256-bit AES encryption. It is the standard you should seek in a VPN. Android support – You must ensure the VPN you are considering has support for and will work seamlessly with Androids. There are a number of VPNs that will offer support for Androids. The final choice of VPN will depend on your personal preferences. Any of the above-named VPNs should make a good choice for using on your Android devices. http://www.buyvpnservices.com/internet-security/ http://www.buyvpnservices.com/how-to/ http://www.buyvpnservices.com/what-does-google-know-about-you/ […]
          

Converting an existing installation to LUKS using luksipc - 2018 notes

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Time for a laptop upgrade. Encryption was still not the default for the new Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition (9370) that shipped with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, so I followed my own notes from 3 years ago together with the official documentation to convert the unencrypted OEM Ubuntu installation to LUKS during the weekend. This only took under 1h altogether.

On this new laptop model, EFI boot was already in use, Secure Boot was enabled and the SSD had GPT from the beginning. The only thing I wanted to change thus was the / to be encrypted.

Some notes for 2018 to clarify what is needed and what is not needed:
  • Before luksipc, remember to resize existing partitions to have 10 MB of free space at the end of the / partition, and also create a new partition of eg 1 GB size partition for /boot.
  • To get the code and compile luksipc on Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS live USB, just apt install git build-essential is needed. cryptsetup package is already installed.
  • After luksipc finishes and you've added your own passphrase and removed the initial key (slot 0), it's useful to cryptsetup luksOpen it and mount it still under the live session - however, when using ext4, the mounting fails due to a size mismatch in ext4 metadata! This is simple to correct: sudo resize2fs /dev/mapper/root. Nothing else is needed.
  • I mounted both the newly encrypted volume (to /mnt) and the new /boot volume (to /mnt2 which I created), and moved /boot/* from the former to latter.
  • I edited /etc/fstab of the encrypted volume to add the /boot partition
  • Mounted as following in /mnt:
    • mount -o bind /dev dev
    • mount -o bind /sys sys
    • mount -t proc proc proc
  • Then:
    • chroot /mnt
    • mount -a # (to mount /boot and /boot/efi)
    • Edited files /etc/crypttab (added one line: root UUID none luks) and /etc/grub/default (I copied over my overkill configuration that specifies all of cryptopts and cryptdevice some of which may be obsolete, but at least one of them and root=/dev/mapper/root is probably needed).
    • Ran grub-install ; update-grub ; mkinitramfs -k all -c (notably no other parameters were needed)
    • Rebooted.
  • What I did not need to do:
    • Modify anything in /etc/initramfs-tools.
If the passphrase input shows on your next boot, but your correct passphrase isn't accepted, it's likely that the initramfs wasn't properly updated yet. I first forgot to run the mkinitramfs command and faced this.

          

Uganda is now taxing its citizens for access to social media (no replies)

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Uganda is now taxing its citizens for access to social media
As of July 1, Ugandans no longer have free access to social media platforms, having to pay a daily tax to maintain access to 58 sites and apps, including Facebook, Twitter, Signal, and Youtube.

The imposed levy has garnered intense criticism both in Uganda and around the world, calling the move an attempt by the government to censor online speech.

What is Uganda’s social media tax?
The tax, approved as part of Uganda’s national budget on June 1, requires all users who wish to access voice and messaging services deemed by the government as “Over The Top” like Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp to pay 200 Ugandan shillings or five cents “per user per day of access.”

To be able to use these apps, Ugandans have to pay the equivalent of five cents a day, or 18.25 dollars a year to connect to any of their preferred social networking sites—no small sum when the country’s GDP per capita is at 604 dollars.

Most Ugandans access the internet through their mobile phones and will pay the tax through mobile phone operators via individual SIM cards. The number associated with the SIM card is already verified with the owner’s national ID, inextricably linking the phone to the personal details of the owner.

Why is Uganda taxing social media use?
The Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni has labeled such voice and messaging services as “over the top (OTT)” arguing that these sites and apps are used for “gossip” and that such social media use is a “luxury item” and should be taxed.

A more likely reason behind this tax has come from critics, who have called the tax an attempt to rob Ugandans of their freedom of speech online, while virtually blocking online access to some of the country’s most impoverished.

This isn’t the first time Uganda has tried blocking access to social media—during their 2016 elections, the government blocked social media for several days, preventing voices opposing incumbent Museveni’s re-election. Museveni has been Uganda’s president since 1986.

How is this affecting Ugandans?
Worryingly, the tax’s intended effect on limiting social media use is already visible. According to a report by a Kampala-based communications firm, total social media usage dropped by 11%, and 71% reported extreme inconvenience since the taxes came into effect. 57% of respondents now use a VPN.

So far, there are no apparent plans to exempt social media use that isn’t deemed “gossip.” Whether this is intended or just plain ineptitude is unclear, but the tax nonetheless stops educators, small businesses, and researchers, and anyone involved in non-”gossip” from accessing platforms that are crucial to their work.

Ugandans are fighting back for net neutrality
While the tax has restricted online criticism of the government, several users are suing the Uganda Communications Commission, Uganda Revenue Authority, and the country’s Attorney General for limiting the fundamental right to freedom of speech, as well as harming businesses that rely on social media platforms.

The petition, filed by the Kampala-based Cyber Law Initiative non-profit is unlikely to be heard any time soon, with Uganda’s courts full to the brim, making a verdict on this case unlikely within the next year.

A VPN and a court case are, however, not enough to plaster over the accelerating corrosion of online free speech in Uganda.

A worrying sign of what the internet might become?
For countries that do not have net neutrality, there is room for similar legislation to be put in place to prevent access to sites and apps that give people the freedom to speak out.

Uganda may be the first to impose a social media tax, but several countries have already imposed restrictions on social platforms. Earlier this year Tanzania introduced regulations that require bloggers to pay $930 a year for a blog license—prohibitively expensive for a country whose GDP per capita is at $936.

With governments and corporations keen to control what the public sees and does in their favor, our fundamental right to the freedom of speech and expression will diminish with what was once a neutral online space. Needless to say, the fight for net neutrality has never been more important.
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Why you should never jailbreak your devices (no replies)

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Why you should never jailbreak your devices
A jailbreak is a hack that seems to promise free apps, extra features, and better performance for your laptop, phone, gaming console, or even your tractor. Also called rooting, it instead removes essential security features from your device, leaving you vulnerable to stalkers, hackers, and thefts.
The history of jailbreaking is, ironically, largely one of freedom. Early hackers found that their computers had built-in restrictions from which they wanted to break free. Removing these restrictions provided freedom and a good programming challenge.
What’s the difference between rooting and jailbreaking?
Rooting and jailbreaking are the same thing, though jailbreaking is largely associated with iOS devices, which were often sold subsidized and locked to an expensive phone plan.
To ‘unlock’ the phone meant to exploit vulnerabilities in the phone’s operating system in a way that would upgrade privileges to ‘root’ or ‘superuser,’ allowing the user to install any program, and to generally control the device fully.
Some jailbreaks require you to re-jailbreak the device every time at startup, while other, more persistent manipulations are more permanent. All can be removed by reverting the phone to its factory setting—although there is the risk of ‘bricking’ the device and making it entirely useless.
Due to Android’s already open nature and the manufacturer’s permissive approach to ‘rooting,’ giving yourself full privileges on an Android phone is far more straightforward, but this can make manipulations more difficult to restore.
Rooted Android devices are far more common, even though the user already has access to a wider variety of features, and can install apps from unofficial stores or even installation files.
Rooting your device always makes it less secure
While some restrictions are indeed annoying, unnecessary, or built with the intent of milking users of their money, jailbreaks aren’t able to distinguish between necessary and malign limits.
For example, it is important that each installed app can only read its own data, and cannot access the data of other apps. Otherwise, they could obtain encryption keys, Bitcoin backup seeds, passwords, or your personal information. You would need to trust all your apps with all the data in your phone—an unnecessary and dangerous undertaking.
Additionally, rooting makes it easier for others to manipulate the software on your device, for example, by accessing its operating system when you plug it into somebody else’s USB port.
Your personal information would be entirely exposed, leaving you without privacy or any control of your data.

Here’s what to do instead of jailbreaking your phone
As jailbreaking or rooting is never an option for sane and security-minded folk like us, we must make other decisions when looking for the freedom to use our device the way we want. And to free us from poorly administered Digital Rights Management (DRM) or monopolistic restrictions.
1. Choose your device carefully
While it is relatively common to bundle software with hardware, not all devices are created equal. Some laptops and phones will make it relatively easy for you to install software, while others won’t.
Make a conscious decision before buying: Does the default software have the capabilities you expect, or can you install the operating system you want?
If you get a Laptop with Windows installed, do a quick search to see how well Linux runs on it. If you’re getting a phone, you might be interested in an Android alternative like LineageOS (formerly Cyanogen Mod).
2. Know what you are doing
If your device cannot easily be unbundled, make sure you know what you are doing. Cars and tractors, for example, also come with a proprietary operating system, but it can be more easily replaced than that of an iPhone.
It’s important that you know what you are doing, though, and what implications your alterations have on your safety and that of potential participants. Not all alternative firmware is well tested, and some might be outright malicious, too.
3. Campaign for the right to repair
Your fridge, car, phone, TV, or air conditioner is yours, and it should be yours to repair. Organizations like the EFF campaign to free hardware from license agreements, and to invalidate clauses that make it impossible for you to control the things you own.
You can also contact your local hackerspace or library about tips and communities (or even start one of your own).
Don’t jailbreak or root your device
There may be instances when it is appropriate to root or jailbreak a device, perhaps for testing purposes or, for example, to run an IMSI Catcher.
Either way, never jailbreak or root the device you are actively using for communications or data storage. Anything with your personal details on should never be rooted and any rooted device should always be a dedicated spare one.
If you’re worried that your device may be rooted, or simply want to make sure it is not, you can always reset your device to its factory settings, or reinstall the operating system.
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How to make a small server for your home (no replies)

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How to make a small server for your home
Servers are just computers without screens and keyboards, but they can be relatively cheap to buy, compared with the costs of renting a Virtual Private Server (VPS) in the cloud.

Storage can quickly become expensive in a cloud instance, but hard drives with over 1TB capacity cost less than US$50.

With that in mind, let’s look at how to build a home server so you can cut down on expensive online storage space.

A step-by-step guide to installing a home server
1. Start with a simple computer with an inexpensive or integrated graphics processor (in case you want to show some statistics or graphics on a monitor later).

2. Hook the computer to a screen and keyboard (just for the installation process, that way you won’t need to learn how to install Ubuntu via the network).

3. Install Ubuntu with the minimum requirements and enable ssh and open a port in the built-in firewall. It’s quite important that you disable password-based login via ssh, and it is not recommended to make the open port accessible to the general internet. Instead, keep your home server behind a physical firewall like a router and only forward the ports that you want to be accessible for everyone.

Ubuntu installation steps in detail
4. Once ssh is enabled, you can log into your home server from your laptop, as long as you are on the same network.

Some awesome things to do with your new home server
The following suggestions are relatively easy if you are comfortable with a command line. You will be required to edit configuration files, but not to program yourself.

Host your own Tor .onion service
Ratings table: 1 point for bandwidth, 1 point for computing power, 1 point for storage

How much computing power you consume will, of course, depend on what you are hosting, and your bandwidth requirements depend on how many people visit your site. But for a simple personal website, your needs won’t be very high. All you need is the code for your website, a web server (like nginx or apache), and the tor software.

Host a chat service

Ratings table: 1 point for bandwidth, 1 point for computing power, 1 point for storage

A chat service like ejabberd is easy to install, but can be tedious to configure. Sadly, there are also fewer people using Jabber/XMPP as people migrate to centralized mobile platforms, despite the excellent encryption feature of OTR.

Run a Tor node
Ratings table: 2 points for bandwidth, 3 points for computing power, 1 point for storage

Installing and configuring a tor node is among the simplest things you can do and is an excellent service to privacy. Be careful though, if the location of your hidden service really needs to be secret, don’t run a relay and a hidden service at the same time.

If you’re on a residential connection, you might also not want to run an exit node, as this could make it appear as if other people use your internet connection for nefarious things. If you are in a country where you can be held liable for what others do on your IP, just set up a relay instead.

Run a Bitcoin node
Ratings table: 3 points for bandwidth, 3 points for computing power, 3 points for storage

Your small home server will likely need a storage extension to run Bitcoin, which has reached 170GB and will grow at about 40-80GB per year (perhaps even more, if the community can ever come to a consensus on a block size increase).

Running a Bitcoin node is an excellent idea if you’re trying to verify the integrity of the network for yourself, for example, if you receive Bitcoin payments regularly, or if you invest in it. Otherwise, running a full node can just be your small contribution to the decentralization of tomorrow’ financial infrastructure. Bravo, you!

Run a lightning node
Unlike running a Tor or Bitcoin node, a Lightning node is mainly for you. You can’t use it for much right now, but the promise of instant, low-cost Bitcoin transactions is undoubtedly intriguing. To run a lightning node, you will also need to run a Bitcoin node, though you can cut down on its bandwidth requirements by not relaying blocks or transactions.

Run your own servers to decentralize the web
The internet is becoming more and more centralized as applications and data get pushed into the cloud. With just a dozen large cloud providers around the world, they are more able than ever to spy on us and even deny us access to our email, data, or communications.

By putting our data back in our homes, we can slowly take back our rights from those in control of our privacy.
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Net neutrality: what the repeal means and how a VPN can help (no replies)

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Net neutrality: what the repeal means and how a VPN can help
Update: As of June 11, 2018, Net Neutrality has officially been repealed, meaning the rules requiring internet service providers to give equal access to web content are no longer in effect.
This situation is unacceptable, but the fight is not over—make your voice heard and let’s take Net Neutrality back!
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Despite millions of pro-net neutrality comments flooding the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) website and despite the near-unanimous outcry from public officials and tech experts, on December 14th, 2017, the FCC ignored the will of the overwhelming majority of the public and instead went ahead with dismantling net neutrality.
A principle that has governed the internet for most of its existence, net neutrality was created to promote and foster a free and open internet. It’s the principle that all sites and services—no matter how big or small—be treated the same, and late last week the FCC killed it.
What will happen once net neutrality is reversed?
By moving the internet’s regulatory power from Title II back to Title I, the FCC is now giving internet service providers (ISPs) the ability to throttle, prioritize, block, and radically reshape the internet in any way they see fit. As long as they disclose their business practices, ISPs in the U.S. have free reign to market their services however they want, which means consumers, once again, will be left at the behest of their ISP.
The repeal is likely to affect internet users in other countries, too. As the U.S. is traditionally seen as a pioneer in internet technology, this decision sets a precedent from which other nations are likely to take cues. The U.S. is also the most popular source of content consumed internationally, and the influence ISPs now have over the fates of content creators and distributors like Netflix or Spotify is bad news for the whole world.
Unfortunately, this is only the tip of the iceberg; the long-term ramifications are still too early to tell.
How a VPN can help net neutrality
While a VPN can’t protect you from all of the effects of the net neutrality repeal, it can help lessen the sting. For starters, a VPN can help users avoid ISP throttling, which means if your internet service provider decides to slow down a certain service like Hulu while not doing the same for a competitor like Netflix, connecting to a VPN server can help avoid any intentional ISP throttling and allow users to browse and stream normally.
A VPN can also help users unblock restricted sites. A recurring argument against the repeal is the belief that ISPs will now be able to blacklist certain sites—either making them unavailable or only accessible to users who pay a fee. By connecting to a VPN server outside the ISP’s jurisdiction, users can essentially bypass blacklisted sites and browse freely.
A VPN returns control to users by allowing them to browse the web anonymously—while simultaneously taking comfort in a secure, encrypted connection. After all, an ISP can’t discriminate against certain sites or services if it can’t see which ones you’re using.
What a VPN can’t do
Unfortunately, a VPN won’t be able to help users match the speed of prioritized sites or services. For example, if an ISP were to make Hulu content stream faster than Netflix or Amazon Prime Video, connecting a VPN won’t allow the user to bring Netflix and Prime Video up to Hulu’s speeds.
Another area of concern is how ISPs will handle zero-rated sites. When an internet provider decides to promote a website by excluding it from a consumer’s data plan, it’s called a zero-rated site because the data used on that service doesn’t count towards one’s overall data limit. With net neutrality protections repealed, ISPs now have more control over how they handle zero-rated services. Using a VPN could in theory level the playing field by bringing a zero-rated site or service back into one’s standard data plan, but given that there’s little incentive for consumers to do so, zero-rating will still have a negative effect on competition on the internet.
The fight is far from over
It’s estimated nearly 83% of Americans oppose the FCC’s stance, and even though the FCC has voted to end net neutrality, the repeal won’t come into effect for another few months. Therefore, there’s still time to make your voice heard.
a campaign led by our friends over at Fight for the Future, and urge Congress to stop the repeal and enshrine net neutrality principles through legislation.
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Professions: Cloud Security Architect - Richardson, Texas

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Job Title: -Information Secuirty Engineer Location: -Richardson, Texas Job-Type: -Direct Hire - Position Overview: Gravity is looking for Cloud Security Architect to spearhead our client's software development and security departments supporting Cloud infrastructure and DevSecOps strategies. As a member of the Security team, the individual will have responsibilities in developing and implementing a robust security strategy to secure our cloud infrastructure and cloud-native applications. Our client is an on-line brokerage firm seeking to level the playing field for self-directed investors and traders, empowering them to claim their individual financial edge. Duties & Responsibilities: Assist in developing and maintaining a robust security strategy designed to address risks associated with cloud infrastructures and cloud-native applications Work closely with development teams in the design of cloud native services and infrastructure Review and assess current cloud infrastructures to identify gaps and mitigations Prepare and document policies and standards around cloud security Develop secure cloud practices and educate employees in multiple roles and levels on them Perform research and evaluate security technologies designed to protect cloud infrastructure and cloud-native applications and systems Design and implement guardrails and other controls Build out pragmatic and reusable solutions for security problems Assist with other security related initiatives as they arise Required knowledge & Skills: In this leadership position, abilities such as formulating short and long-term strategies and communicating at all levels (technical, management, executive, etc.) will be required Exceptional understanding of security principles, strategies, and goals Ability to successfully balance and prioritize security needs with other deliverable timelines, budgets, etc. Strong understanding of Linux Kernel-level security threats and mitigations Strong experience with securing Kubernetes at the Pod/Node/Cluster levels including network policy, node to node encryption, mutual TLS, etc. Strong experience in Container Management and DevOps pipeline Strong experience in software development with various programming languages Knowledge of AWS networking (security groups, ACL, etc.), IAM, STS, WAF, Shield and ALB protections Ability to actively assess existing cloud infrastructures to identify gaps and mitigations Thorough understanding of the latest security principles, techniques, and tooling Able to multitask and prioritize in a dynamic environment with continuously shifting priorities Ability to communicate security concepts and issues to peers and management Possess and maintain up-to-date understanding of emerging trends in cloud native security including research of the latest products to combat these threats Strong analytical and problem-solving skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills Demonstrated personal initiative in maintaining a continuous high level of professional knowledge in areas of cloud security Education & Experience: Bachelor's degree in Information Security, Information Systems, or a related field with at least 3 years of experience OR 7 years of demonstrable progressive work in the information security field Experience with cloud security and/or emerging security technologies such as AI-based systems strongly preferred One or more of the following certifications strongly preferred:CISSP (and/or other ISC2 certifications) SANS GIAC certifications CEH, OSCP, or other penetration testing certifications Other industry recognized certifications or accreditations ()
          

PeaZip for Linux 7.0.0

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Cross-platform file and archive manager. Features volume spanning, compression, authenticated encryption.
          

Genode OS Framework 19.11 Brings Initial Block Device Encryption Code

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It's been nearly a decade now that we have been tracking Genode as an interesting open-source operating system framework...
          

Removing encryption from PDF on macOS with Chrome.

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Link. Crappy web site, crappy PDF, but Chrome will strip encryption.
          

Online Dating Innovator Takes on Data Privacy

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SLICE OF MIT - Nov 28 - Maxwell Krohn helped revolutionize internet dating in the early 2000s with a site he cofounded with college buddies: OkCupid. They sold the site in 2011, and Krohn began to have second thoughts about all the sensitive personal information that people were launching into the cloud. His latest venture, Keybase, tackles that problem head-on, harnessing studies in cryptography he began at MIT to create a simple but powerful platform for securing user data. Keybase, which Krohn cofounded with OkCupid veteran Chris Coyne, employs what's known as end-to-end encryption to keep user data totally secret - even from the apps through which users might share their data - so no third party can hijack it along the way. Sending information on Keybase requires both sender and recipient to have their own pair of public and private keys. Senders use recipients' public keys to encrypt the data. To ensure recipients are who they say they are, Keybase links the ownership of public keys with multiple email, Twitter, Reddit, and other social-media accounts. by Michael Blanding See full article at Slice of MIT See all posts on OkCupid
          

A Network's Weakest Link May be Different Than you Think

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When asked which part of their network is the weakest or most unreliable, I’d be willing to bet that most network admins would respond by naming network segments that have commonly lagged behind from a technological perspective. Yet because so much attention has been put on improving the technologies in these specific areas, others have become neglected. What many will soon discover is that the less reliable and more problematic parts of their network have shifted toward areas that were previously "rock-solid." Let's look at why this shift has happened, where it’s likely to form, and what can be done to avoid it.

Where businesses have been focusing time and money improving their network

Enterprise-grade network technologies and services have come a long way in the past decade. Network services that were previously considered "best effort" -- such as Wi-Fi -- are now considered as reliable as wired counterparts. This is due to improvements in wireless protocol standards, antenna improvements, and better wireless deployments using predictive propagation and site survey tools. Two other parts of the network commonly thought to be weak links are the wide-area network (WAN) and internet edge. Yet, broadband carrier services, including Internet connectivity and private WAN links, have improved dramatically in recent years. Customers that migrated away from legacy T1, T3, and ATM circuit technologies to modern metro Ethernet and MPLS links for data transport not only benefit from performance gains -- they also see far fewer outages. Additionally, SD-WAN technology improvements and price drops now mean that even mid-sized organizations can use these advanced network performance and resiliency technologies with far less complexity and management overhead.

While strides have clearly been made by putting time, money and focus on upgrading wireless networks, the WAN and Internet edge, it has come at the expense of the campus LAN -- and in some cases -- the data center. It's not uncommon to see businesses that continuously upgrade their WLAN to the latest technologies every two to three years while choosing to stick with the same core, distribution, access, and data center switches in their corporate LAN for a 5, 6, or even 10 years. While this does attest to the impressive reliability and performance that LAN and data center technologies have held over the WLAN and network edge hardware/software, cracks in the LAN are clearly starting to show. Thus, it's important to begin shifting some focus off Wi-Fi, and the edge -- and instead put it back on the campus LAN.

LAN technologies you don't have, but should

Technologies like link aggregation have made it relatively easy for network architects to keep up with growing bandwidth demands of end devices and between switch uplinks. But at some point, the time will come where even this is no longer enough. This is especially true when looking at bandwidth-intensive IoT projects that are likely to be coming our way. Thus, the need to migrate toward multi-gigabit copper and fiber technologies will be an absolute must. Despite the fact that moving to 2.5, 5, and 10 Gbps multi-gig twisted pair cabling and 25, 40 and 100 Gbps fiber Ethernet will require major hardware upgrades, these upgrades are long overdue in many cases.

Looking a bit further down the road, entire LAN switching architectures will need to be revamped in favor of new software-defined and intent-based technologies. No longer will networks be designed and configured to route through decentralized, hop-by-hop routers and switches. Instead, the entire corporate LAN will be centrally managed from a configuration and management/maintenance perspective.

Lastly, the corporate LAN has also been neglected from a data security perspective. The encryption, access control, and granular visibility that is common in modern WLANs and at the WAN/Internet edge are often surprisingly missing on the LAN. Bad actors are quickly discovering that the LAN is now the weak point and often only must find a way to plug in to gain access to sensitive business information.

Where will your focus be in 2020?

If you’ve been spending time and money bolstering wireless and remote site/internet connectivity from a reliability and security standpoint over the past few years, it may be time to shift that focus back on the campus LAN. New advancements in switching hardware, software, and security have progressed to the point where upgrades will be very noticeable from both an end-user and management perspective. Thus, changes to the corporate LAN and data center will not only refresh a much-neglected part of your network – it will also set the stage toward full, end-to-end management and visibility. Not only the campus local area network but also the WAN, WLAN, and Internet edge as well.


          

EncryptOnClick 2.1.1.0

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EncryptOnClick is a very simple to use program that lets you securely encrypt and decrypt files. The program is very simple to use and features military-grade 256-bit AES encryption which is fully compatible with WinZip 9. Not only are your files encrypted, but they are also compressed. This reduces the size of the file, which is very useful if you are emailing and transmitting your encrypted files. The encrypted files can also be decrypted with WinZip 9.


          

The Bat! 9.0.6

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The Bat! is a secure desktop email client for Windows, built to protect your correspondence against third-parties.

The Bat! protects your information through multiple encryption streams, with the option to keep all information encrypted on you disk, and to protect emails during communication using end-to-end encryption (E2EE). The Bat! can work without global email providers that keep your messages in the cloud, where they can be stolen. The Bat! keeps your emails on your computer to make them private. The Bat! blocks malicious code and tracking pixels that spread via email. This is a way to protect from email hacking.

The Bat! email program is able to process and store an unlimited number of messages and has no restriction on the number of email accounts accessible via IMAP, POP, MAPI protocols. The Bat! is a perfect multiple email account manager - allows you to quickly access all your email accounts in one place. The Bat! is a safe, robust and reliable mail application. It handles very large message bases quickly and with small memory footprint.


          

Quantum Xchange Showcases its Groundbreaking Quantum-Safe Key...

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Phio TX Brings Crypto-Agility and Quantum Safety to Encryption; Enables Organizations to be Quantum Safe Today and Quantum Ready for Tomorrow's Threats

(PRWeb December 02, 2019)

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Life After Facebook

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Former Facebook bigwig Chris Cox has been busy. In March, Cox left his position as chief product officer of the social media giant, where he had overseen Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger. Since then, he’s taken on advising roles with an environmental data company and a political firm gearing up for a 2020 marketing campaign. He’s also gotten a lot more partisan in the process. On this episode of the Gadget Lab podcast, a conversation with Cox about his post-Facebook activities, the merits of encryption, and how big tech companies affect climate change. Show Notes:  Read more about Lauren’s talk with Cox here, and follow all the news about Facebook here. Lauren Goode can be found on Twitter @LaurenGoode. Arielle Pardes is @pardesoteric. Michael Calore is @snackfight. Bling the main hotline at @GadgetLab. Our theme music is by Solar Keys. How to Listen You can always listen to this week's podcast through the audio player on this page, but if you want to subscribe for free to get every episode, here's how: If you're on an iPhone or iPad, open the app called Podcasts, or just tap this link. You can also download an app like Overcast or Pocket Casts, and search for Gadget Lab. If you use Android, you can find us in the Google Play Music app just by tapping here. We’re on Spotify too. You can also download an app like Pocket Casts or Google Podcasts, and search for Gadget Lab. And in case you really need it, here's the RSS feed.
          

IT / Software / Systems: Applications Systems Engineer 6 - Full Stack Developer - San Francisco, California

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Job DescriptionImportant Note: During the application process, ensure your contact information (email and phone number) is up to date and upload your current resume prior to submitting your application for consideration. To participate in some selection activities you will need to respond to an invitation. The invitation can be sent by both email and text message. In order to receive text message invitations, your profile must include a mobile phone number designated as "Personal Cell" - or "Cellular" - in the contact information of your application.At Wells Fargo, we want to satisfy our customers' financial needs and help them succeed financially. We're looking for talented people who will put our customers at the center of everything we do. Join our diverse and inclusive team where you'll feel valued and inspired to contribute your unique skills and experience.Help us build a better Wells Fargo. It all begins with outstanding talent. It all begins with you.Wells Fargo Technology sets IT strategy; enhances the design, development, and operations of our systems; optimizes the Wells Fargo infrastructure footprint; provides information security; and enables continuous banking access through in-store, online, ATM, and other channels to Wells Fargo's more than 70 million global customers.The Wholesale Automation and Control Technology group within Enterprise Information Technology (EIT) is seeking a Full Stack Developer. -This is a senior level programming position and primary responsibilities will include developing application services to support -customer onboarding and financial crimes process flows. -The team member will also support multiple lines of business, -Wholesale Complaints. This position will play a pivotal role in managing and shaping applications under the Wholesale Automation and Control Technology group, as well as being a strong software engineer, and -will also be responsible for Enterprise Application Security Practices within the application portfolio to be in compliance with EIT guidelines.The Full Stack Developer will leverage multiple technologies for effective development and support of IT solutions in concert with partners in Wholesale Product, Operations, and Technology. They will work on design -patterns using -JavaEE technologies including: Core Java, Hibernate, Eclipse, SOAP, REST, Kafka/MQ, Tomcat, Camel, Web Services Development and governance, XSLT XML transformation, JMS, HTTP/S, PCF, Unix, and Oracle Database. -Responsibilities will include: Help manage and communicate application's technology platform status, project pipeline, and development priorities Focus on implementation and adoption of cloud technologies and best practices for automation, configuration, monitoring, and platform scalability Assist with technical design documentation based on business functional and non-functional requirements, then work with other members of development teams to socialize and update design Create and review development estimates from development teams with senior management, and actively seek clarification and verification as appropriate Work closely with business partners in defining application requirementsRequired Qualifications10+ years of application development and implementation experience10+ years of JavaEE experience5+ years of Python experience7 + years of experience with HTML, JavaScript, and CSS4 + years of AngularJS experience2+ years of RESTful or SOAP web services2+ years of MQ Series Messaging experience2+ years of SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Internet security protocol experience3+ years of JMS (Java Message Service) experience3+ years of experience with Spring, Spring Batch, and Spring Boot3 + years of JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) development experience3 + years of experience writing relational database queries for stored procedures, query optimization and performance tuning2+ years of PL/SQL experience1+ years of experience with Cloud technologies1+ year of Cache experienceDesired QualificationsExcellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills3+ years of wholesale banking experienceKnowledge and understanding of API programming with Perl, XML, REST or JSON3+ years of Hibernate experienceOther Desired Qualifications Experience with CI/CD tools Git, Gradle, JIRA, Jenkins, Artifactory Experience with cloud native applications with AWS/Azure/Pivotal/Cloud Foundry/OpenStack Public/on-premise Cloud technologies Experience with iText (PDF library) experience Experience with Apache Camel, Kafka, and Solace Experience with building a Spring Boot REST API from the ground up to accept, process, and deliver data as part of an orchestrated set of micro-services tied together by Kafka Experience with REDIS Cache Experience with TLS, Encryption, Digital SignatureStreet AddressCA-San Leandro: 794 Davis St - San Leandro, CADisclaimerAll offers for employment with Wells Fargo are contingent upon the candidate having successfully completed a criminal background check. Wells Fargo will consider qualified candidates with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state and Federal law, including Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women.Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation. ()
          

HNN #243 - November 26, 2019

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This week, PoC exploit code for Apache Solr RCE flaw is available online, Some Fortinet products used hardcoded keys and weak encryption for communications, Critical Flaws in VNC Threaten Industrial Environments, Twitter allows users to use 2FA without a phone number, and Smash-and-grab car thieves use Bluetooth to target cars containing tech gadgets! In the expert commentary, we welcome back Jason Wood from Paladin Security, to discuss an Iranian hacking crew that is targeting Industrial Control Systems!

 

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Bitcoin Is Headed For $6,853! Your Next Trade Is Staring You In The Face!

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i6000 Encryption Key Management

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The best resource for understanding and using the Encryption Key Management features is the i6000 Users Guide. The i6000 Users Guide can be downloaded from the main Quantum website by going to Support> Downloads. Select the appropriate product category and name then go to the Documentation tab on the product page. The latest version of the Users Guide will be available to download. Listed below are the common Encryption Key Management functions listed along with their Chapter and Page numbers. Reference these functions in the Users Guide to better understand how to configure and use the feature properly. The specific page numbers listed below assume that you are using the i12.3 version of the Users Guide.

 


          

SlackBuilds.org changes for Sun, 01 Dec 2019 01:51:28 GMT

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accessibility/sct: Added (set the color temperature of the screen).
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audio/a2jmidid: Update DEP.
audio/azr3: Update DEP.
audio/seq24: Update script.
business/ledger: Updated for version 3.1.3.
development/apache-maven: Updated for version 3.6.3.
development/git-lfs: Updated for version 2.9.1.
development/jupyter-nbconvert: Updated for version 5.6.1.
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development/uncrustify: Updated for version 0.70.1.
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games/atari800: Updated for version 4.1.0.
games/pioneer: Updated for version 20191117.
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gis/OWSLib: Updated for version 0.19.0.
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graphics/Blender: Updated for version 2.81
graphics/XnViewMP: Updated for version 0.94.1.
graphics/white_dune: Updated for version 1.654.
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ham/tlf: Updated for version 1.4.0
libraries/botocore: Updated for version 1.13.28.
libraries/imlib2: Updated for version 1.6.0.
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libraries/qwt-qt5: Fix versions.
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Genode OS Framework 19.11 Brings Initial Block Device Encryption Code - Phoronix

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Checklist 163 - Encryption Minus the Encryption

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On this edition of The Checklist: 

  • Apple Mail Encryption, Now with Less Encryption!
  • Ransomware Revisited
  • A Ring of Insecurity

 

Don't forget to check out our show notes: 

SecureMac.com/Checklist

And get in touch with us:

Checklist@Securemac.com


          

Data recovery with Restic

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How to recover data with Restic

In the first part of this article series, we described how you can easily and quickly make backups using containers with Restic. However, backing up data is not an end in itself. Rather, it is about recovering data if the backed-up system fails. This article is dedicated to this aspect of backup, which is just as simple when using Docker as recovering your previous backup. Finally, we will also cover how to delete backups if you run out of storage space.

This article assumes that Restic has already been installed and snapshots are backed up with Restic. You can find additional installation instructions in the first article of this series.

Restic commands that are covered in this article

In this article, we are interested in the following commands in particular:

  • snapshots to view existing backups
  • restore to restore files and directories
  • forget to delete backups

To review: Restic can provide you with more information on which arguments are accepted at each command level using the --help argument, e.g., restic --help or restic backup --help. This article assumes the use of root privileges via sudo su in order to avoid any problems with file permissions.

Restoring from a backup

After successfully creating backups in a Restic repository, the main purpose of backups is for: Restoring backed up data. If the container is still working, the content can be restored gracefully across the volume. In order to illustrate how this works, the content of the Docker volume is deleted in order to artificially induce a fault.

rm /var/lib/docker/volumes/nginxData/_data/

If the page is accessed in the browser at http://localhost:8080, then you should see an error message. Now we can restore the data. However, the rules for open files when performing a restore are analogous to those that are applied to backups. This means that the logical or technical dependencies between containers must also be followed in order to perform a restore:

  1. Stop the container
  2. Restore the volume(s)
  3. Start the container

Before restoring, make sure that the previously used Minio server has also been started, since it will hold the backups from the first part of this series for testing purposes:

docker start minio

The most reliable way to select a backup to restore is to transfer the desired snapshot ID. This can be determined via restic snapshots or from the output of restic backup. Since the saved path is an absolute path (i.e., from / downwards), the --target-Option must also be set to /. If you were to use the complete path /var/lib/docker/volumes/nginxData/_data/index.html here, then the entire directory tree would be inserted recursively into the _data/ directory. First, it should be clarified which snapshots are available:

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repository 00d7d2bb opened successfully, password is correct
ID Time Host Tags Paths
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aed06d2f 2019-04-05 13:00:01 MY-HOST-1337 Complete backup KW15
/var/lib/docker/volumes/nginxData/_data
d7e6092d 2019-04-12 15:52:32 MY-HOST-1337 Complete backup KW16
/var/lib/docker/volumes/nginxData/_data
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ID d7e6092d from the listing is now used for the specific restore. The command to restore the volume contents looks like this:

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Alternatively, you can use the command restic restore latest, which uses the latest snapshot to perform the restore. However, this is not recommended, because this case is stored quite similarly to container images with the latest tag: If there are different backups of different volumes, then it is not clear what data is actually in the most recently backed up snapshot. In principle, you have the option of including a search path, but this is contrary to the principle of ease of use.

Since caution is usually required with production data, it is advisable to include the --verify argument when performing a restore:

restic restore d7e6092d --target / --verify

This should be understood to constitute an additional security measure. Restic reconciles the recovered data with the data from the backup repository.

Deleting backups

When you possess this knowledge, you can work more intelligently in the field of backup and recovery. However, when you are backing up data to your own disks, experience shows that storage space runs out rather quickly. If, on the other hand, you are backing up data to the cloud, then depending on the storage approach and the contracts that you have concluded, you may have access to what essentially amounts to an infinite amount of storage space. In this case it can be quite desirable to reduce the list of snapshots to a manageable size.

For these cases, Restic also provides a special feature, namely restic forget. Before looking into the specific features of restic forget, it is a good idea to take a look at the way Restic works. In order to ensure speed, Restic works intensively with references and hashes in addition to using encryption. Before each transfer, the hash of the part being backed up is calculated. If the hash shows that this part already exists, then it will no longer be transferred but only referenced. This deduplication saves both time and storage space. For inquisitive people, this is how it works: The restic stats --mode raw-data command indicates the actual amount of storage space that used by the backup repository.

Currently, if you remove snapshots from the backup repository, they will disappear from the overview, but they still take up space on the hard disk. This is because finding unreferenced data takes time. Restic offers two alternatives to actually free up space. You can do this by using either a separate restic prune command or the parameter restic forget --prune.

The easiest way to remove backups is to use snapshot IDs. Because here you will not run into any potential future situations in which backups refuse to work. For example, this command removes three snapshots specified and frees up data on the hard disk.

restic forget 40dc1520 79766175 590c8fc8 –prune

Policies

If you have set up an automated backup, it is a common practice to automate the rotation of old backups as well, e.g., ones in which you want to hold only a certain number of backups for a certain interval of time. In that case, it may be impractical to use snapshot IDs. An alternative to using snapshot IDs is so-called policies, which provide you with the ability to select snapshots that should not be removed based on criteria.

In practice, it is helpful to try the parameter restic forget --dry-run to see the effect without fear of data loss. Restic goes a long way to avoid accidental data loss. If a policy combination results in a situation in which all snapshots are deleted, Restic will not follow this policy, and it will not delete any snapshots, like in the following example.

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repository 8460094c opened successfully, password is correct
no policy was specified, no snapshots will be removed

A simple policy is provided by the --keep-last parameter, which holds the number of the most recent backups that have been transferred. This example retains the last three snapshots of each path:

restic forget --keep-last 3 –prune

In addition, there are a number of alternatives to narrow down the selection of snapshots that will be retained. For example, there is --keep-hourly, which performs a number of hourly snapshots of the same file path. There are also equivalents on the daily, weekly and annual level.

There are two other interesting policy parameters that differ from the other time-based parameters. While --keep-tag retains the snapshots with a given tag, it is possible to specify --keep-within {duration} to save snapshots for a defined period lasting until the latest snapshot. For example, this example retains all snapshots taken in the past 2 years, 5 months, 7 days, and 3 hours before the latest snapshot:

restic forget --keep-within 2y5m7d3h –forget

Policy modules

All Restic policies can be easily combined. This can be achieved by repeating a parameter. If, for example, if you want Restic to keep one snapshot per month, week, and day, you can specify this very elegantly using the following parameters:

restic forget --keep-daily 1 --keep-weekly 1 --keep-monthly 1 –prune

It is worth taking a look at the documentation, especially if the policy is augmented with tag lists, which we are not able to discuss in further detail here.

Summary

Restic is a powerful tool that solves many important aspects of backup and restore, especially since it offers ease of use combined with speed and security. It can be a bit of a hassle in more complex cases to delete snapshots with policies, but there is always the method of using snapshot IDs. You can rely on this method as a backup, so to speak.


          

iStorage cloudAshur is named: Security Innovation of the Year at the UK IT Industry Awards 2019

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(London, Nov 2019), iStorage, the award winning and trusted global leader of hardware encrypted data storage and cloud encryption devices is delighted to announce that their cloudAshur – cloud encry...
      

          

Office 365 mailbox backup with AES 256-bit Encryption (no replies)

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Free download Office 365 Backup Tool. You can easily backup all the data to Office 365 mailbox including emails, contacts, calendars and tasks to Encrypted backup file. One of the best thing about the tool is Incremental Backup with AES 256-bit Encryption.


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Threat Source newsletter (Nov. 21, 2019)

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Newsletter compiled by Jon Munshaw.

Welcome to this week’s Threat Source newsletter — the perfect place to get caught up on all things Talos from the past week.

It’s nearly holiday shopping season, which means it’s prime scam season. On the latest Beers with Talos episode, we run down the best ways to stay safe while shopping online and how to detect phony emails. It’s also election season, which makes for some good discussion.

And, as it’s time to look back on the year that was, we have a new feature from Talos Incident Response where we take a quarter-by-quarter look at the top threats we’ve seen in the wild. In Q4 of Cisco’s fiscal year, our IR analysts mainly saw ransomware and cryptocurrency miners.

IR also had another exciting announcement this week, with the unveiling of a new cyber range that can help train employees to avoid common scams that can lead to malware infection. The cyber range now comes with any IR retainer.

The Threat Source newsletter is getting a week off next week for the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S., so we’ll talk to you again in December.

Upcoming public engagements with Talos

Event: “Reading Telegram messages abusing the shadows” at BSides Lisbon 
Location: Auditorio FMD-UL, Lisbon, Portugal
Date: Nov. 28 - 29
Speakers: Vitor Ventura
Synopsis: One of the cornerstones of privacy today is secure messaging applications like Telegram, which deploy end-to-end encryption to protect the communications. But several clone applications have been created and distributed with the intent of spying on their users. In this talk, Vitor will demonstrate how the Telegram registration process became abused, allowing message interception on non-rooted Android devices without replacing the official application. This is another example on how encryption is not a panacea, and that side-channel attacks like this are a real problem for otherwise secure applications.

Event: “Signed, Sealed, Compromised: The Past, Present, and Future of Supply Chain Attacks” at CactusCon
Location: Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center, Charleston, WV
Date: Dec. 6 - 7
Speakers: Edmund Brumaghin and Earl Carter
Synopsis: This talk will discuss the common techniques we’re seeing in supply chain attacks. Supply chain attacks are a broad topic, but one that has continued to evolve and mature over the last decade. Nick and Edmund will walk through what a supply chain attack constitutes, the history of how these attacks have evolved, and where we see this attack technique moving in the future.

Cyber Security Week in Review

  • The highly publicized Checkra1n jailbreak for iOS devices has been on the market for a week now. Here’s what that means for iPhone users and security researchers, and why it poses such an ethical dilemma.  
  • Google and Samsung recently patched a vulnerability in some of their smartphones that could allow an attacker to take over the device’s camera. But other Android devices may still be at risk. 
  • Several government services in Louisiana were taken down due to a ransomware attack. Two days post-infection, the state’s motor vehicles department was still closed. But state officials say no one has paid the ransom requested by the attackers. 
  • The Australian government released a proposal to secure internet-of-things devices. It is a voluntary code the country is asking companies to abide to, including devices like "everyday smart devices that connect to the internet, such as smart TVs, watches, and home speakers.” 
  • Numerous popular apps on the Google Play store are still vulnerable to long-known remote code execution vulnerabilities. A study found that while these apps do have recent updates, they don’t necessarily protect against publicly disclosed bugs. 
  • The Russian government is eager to bring an alleged hacker back into its country after he appeared in a U.S. court to face charges. Research indicates the man may be one of the most well-connected hackers in Russia and the government fears he knows too much. 
  • Microsoft says there is “no evidence” that the Dopplepaymer malware is spreading through Microsoft Teams. The company said after extensive research, it believes the only way Dopplemaymer can spread is through remote human operators using existing Domain Admin credentials. 
  • Many user accounts for the newly launched Disney+ streaming service have been stolen and listed for sale on the dark web. However, Disney says there is no evidence to indicate its servers were breached. 

Notable recent security issues

Title: New, custom dropped delivers variety of information-stealing malware 
Description: A wave of adversaries which are dropping well-known information-stealer like Agent Tesla, Loki-bot and others since at least January 2019 using custom droppers. These droppers inject the final malware into common processes on the victim machine. Once infected, the malware can steal information from many popular pieces of software, including the Google Chrome, Safari and Firefox web browsers. The injection techniques are well-known and have been used for many years, but with the adversaries customizing them, traditional anti-virus systems are having a hard time detecting the embedded malware.
Snort SIDs: 52246

Title: Denial-of-service vulnerability in some Intel graphics drivers
Description: Intel’s IGC64.dll graphics driver contains a denial-of-service vulnerability. An attacker could exploit this bug by supplying a malformed pixel shader if the graphics driver is operating inside a VMware guest operating system. This type of attack can be triggered from VMware guest usermode to cause a denial-of-service attack due to an out-of-bounds read in the driver.
Snort SIDs: 50295, 50296

Most prevalent malware files this week

SHA 256: 7acf71afa895df5358b0ede2d71128634bfbbc0e2d9deccff5c5eaa25e6f5510
MD5: 4a50780ddb3db16ebab57b0ca42da0fb
Typical Filename: xme64-2141.exe
Claimed Product: N/A
Detection Name: W32.7ACF71AFA8-95.SBX.TG

SHA 256: 3f6e3d8741da950451668c8333a4958330e96245be1d592fcaa485f4ee4eadb3
MD5: 47b97de62ae8b2b927542aa5d7f3c858
Typical Filename: qmreportupload
Claimed Product: qmreportupload
Detection Name: Win.Trojan.Generic::in10.talos

SHA 256: 85b936960fbe5100c170b777e1647ce9f0f01e3ab9742dfc23f37cb0825b30b5
MD5: 8c80dd97c37525927c1e549cb59bcbf3
Typical Filename: Eternalblue-2.2.0.exe
Claimed Product: N/A
Detection Name: W32.WNCryLdrA:Trojan.22k2.1201

SHA 256: c3e530cc005583b47322b6649ddc0dab1b64bcf22b124a492606763c52fb048f 
MD5: e2ea315d9a83e7577053f52c974f6a5a
Typical Filename: c3e530cc005583b47322b6649ddc0dab1b64bcf22b124a492606763c52fb048f.bin
Claimed Product: N/A
Detection Name: W32.AgentWDCR:Gen.21gn.1201

SHA 256: f917be677daab5ee91dd3e9ec3f8fd027a58371524f46dd314a13aefc78b2ddc 
MD5: c5608e40f6f47ad84e2985804957c342
Typical Filename: FlashHelperServices.exe
Claimed Product: Flash Helper Service
Detection Name: PUA:2144FlashPlayer-tpd 

          

Everything You Need to Know About Facebook Cryptocurrency Libra

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A cryptocurrency is a digital currency that is managed through the use of advanced encryption techniques known as cryptography. Various online casinos now allow their customers to use cryptocurrencies to wager on mobile phone slot games. With the increasing popularity of digital currencies, Facebook has revealed its plan to establish a cryptocurrency called Libra in […]

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How to Create Your Own Cryptocurrency | Step-by-Step Guide

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Cryptocurrency represents a digital asset that relies on encryption techniques to manage the generation of new currency units and transaction verification. In today’s guide will be showing you how to create your own cryptocurrency. Choosing Your Type of Crypto: Coin or Token? Create Your Coin by Making Your Own Blockchain A coin runs on its […]

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Restore online privacy with this killer Surfshark VPN Cyber Monday deal

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Cyber Monday brings loads of great deals on the hottest tech devices of 2019, but you shouldn't forget about discounts on valuable tools that will serve you for years to come. I'm talking about Surfshark VPN, which will provide privacy and anonymity while you traverse the online world. Instead of paying the full $323 price for a 27-month subscription, you can instead get it for just $47.76. That's an 85% discount, and it brings the monthly price down to $1.77. Virtual private networks (VPN) are powerful tools that preserve privacy and anonymity while online. Any data sent from your computer, phone, or other device is shuttled through an encrypted tunnel where it's delivered to the VPN server you're connected to. This server has its own IP address and is shared with other users, so anyone watching will have a very hard time determining who is doing what. The encryption also helps protect against anyone attempting to take advantage of unprotected Wi-Fi; if you travel a lot and deal wi...
          

iStorage cloudAshur is named: Security Innovation of the Year at the UK IT Industry Awards 2019

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Four short links: 28 November 2019

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Raspberry Pi Recovery Kit — Pi for Preppers. Machine Learning on Encrypted data without Decrypting it — an intro to homomorphic encryption, with examples in Julia. Reverse Engineering for Beginners (PDF) — a solid introduction to reading assembly language from decompiles, to understand wtf is going on. Learning Data Structure Alchemy — Harvard paper on […]
          

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How to dismantle a nuclear bomb

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How do weapons inspectors verify that a nuclear bomb has been dismantled? An unsettling answer is: They don't, for the most part.


When countries sign arms reduction pacts, they do not typically grant inspectors complete access to their nuclear technologies, for fear of giving away military secrets.

Instead, past U.S.-Russia arms reduction treaties have called for the destruction of the delivery systems for nuclear warheads, such as missiles and planes, but not the warheads themselves. To comply with the START treaty, for example, the U.S. cut the wings off B-52 bombers and left them in the Arizona desert, where Russia could visually confirm the airplanes' dismemberment.

It's a logical approach but not a perfect one. Stored nuclear warheads might not be deliverable in a war, but they could still be stolen, sold, or accidentally detonated, with disastrous consequences for human society.

"There's a real need to preempt these kinds of dangerous scenarios and go after these stockpiles," says Areg Danagoulian, an MIT nuclear scientist. "And that really means a verified dismantlement of the weapons themselves."

Now MIT researchers led by Danagoulian have successfully tested a new high-tech method that could help inspectors verify the destruction of nuclear weapons. The method uses neutron beams to establish certain facts about the warheads in question — and, crucially, uses an isotopic filter that physically encrypts the information in the measured data.


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A paper detailing the experiments, "A physically cryptographic warhead verification system using neutron induced nuclear resonances," is being published today in Nature Communications. The authors are Danagoulian, who is an assistant professor of nuclear science and engineering at MIT, and graduate student Ezra Engel. Danagoulian is the corresponding author.

High-stakes testing

The experiment builds on previous theoretical work, by Danagoulian and other members of his research group, who last year published two papers detailing computer simulations of the system. The testing took place at the Gaerttner Linear Accelerator (LINAC) Facility on the campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, using a 15-meter long section of the facility's neutron-beam line.

Nuclear warheads have a couple of characteristics that are central to the experiment. They tend to use particular isotopes of plutonium — varieties of the element that have different numbers of neutrons. And nuclear warheads have a distinctive spatial arrangement of materials.

The experiments consisted of sending a horizontal neutron beam first through a proxy of the warhead, then through a an encrypting filter scrambling the information. The beam's signal was then sent to a lithium glass detector, where a signature of the data, representing some of its key properties, was recorded. The MIT tests were performed using molybdenum and tungsten, two metals that share significant properties with plutonium and served as viable proxies for it.

The test works, first of all, because the neutron beam can identify the isotope in question.

"At the low energy range, the neutrons' interactions are extremely isotope-specific," Danagoulian says. "So you do a measurement where you have an isotopic tag, a signal which itself embeds information about the isotopes and the geometry. But you do an additional step which physically encrypts it."

That physical encryption of the neutron beam information alters some of the exact details, but still allows scientists to record a distinct signature of the object and then use it to perform object-to-object comparisons. This alteration means a country can submit to the test without divulging all the details about how its weapons are engineered.

"This encrypting filter basically covers up the intrinsic properties of the actual classified object itself," Danagoulian explains.

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It would also be possible just to send the neutron beam through the warhead, record that information, and then encrypt it on a computer system. But the process of physical encryption is more secure, Danagoulian notes: "You could, in principle, do it with computers, but computers are unreliable. They can be hacked, while the laws of physics are immutable."

The MIT tests also included checks to make sure that inspectors could not reverse-engineer the process and thus deduce the weapons information countries want to keep secret.

To conduct a weapons inspection, then, a host country would present a warhead to weapons inspectors, who could run the neutron-beam test on the materials. If it passes muster, they could run the test on every other warhead intended for destruction as well, and make sure that the data signatures from those additional bombs match the signature of the original warhead.

For this reason, a country could not, say, present one real nuclear warhead to be dismantled, but bamboozle inspectors with a series of identical-looking fake weapons. And while many additional protocols would have to be arranged to make the whole process function reliably, the new method plausibly balances both disclosure and secrecy for the parties involved.

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The human element

Danagoulian believes putting the new method through the testing stage has been a significant step forward for his research team.

"Simulations capture the physics, but they don't capture system instabilities," Danagoulian says. "Experiments capture the whole world."

In the future, he would like to build a smaller-scale version of the testing apparatus, one that would be just 5 meters long and could be mobile, for use at all weapons sites.

"The purpose of our work is to create these concepts, validate them, prove that they work through simulations and experiments, and then have the National Laboratories to use them in their set of verification techniques," Danagoulian says, referring to U.S. Department of Energy scientists.

Karl van Bibber, a professor in the Department of Nuclear Engineering at the University of California at Berkeley, who has read the group's papers, says "the work is promising and has taken a large step forward," but adds that "there is yet a ways to go" for the project. More specifically, van Bibber notes, in the recent tests it was easier to detect fake weapons based on the isotopic characteristics of the materials rather than their spatial arrangements. He believes testing at the relevant U.S. National Laboratories — Los Alamos or Livermore — would help further assess the verification techniques on sophisticated missile designs.

Overall, van Bibber adds, speaking of the researchers, "their persistence is paying off, and the treaty verification community has got to be paying attention."

Danagoulian also emphasizes the seriousness of nuclear weapons disarmament. A small cluster of several modern nuclear warheads, he notes, equals the destructive force of every armament fired in World War II, including the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The U.S. and Russia possess about 13,000 nuclear weapons between them.

"The concept of nuclear war is so big that it doesn't [normally] fit in the human brain," Danagoulian says. "It's so terrifying, so horrible, that people shut it down."

In Danagoulian's case, he also emphasizes that, in his case, becoming a parent greatly increased his sense that action is needed on this issue, and helped spur the current research project.

"It put an urgency in my head," Danagoulian says. "Can I use my knowledge and my skill and my training in physics to do something for society and for my children? This is the human aspect of the work."

The research was supported, in part, by a U.S. Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration Award.

Reprinted with permission of MIT News. Read the original article.


          

Media Encryption

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www.trendmicro.com/downloadme

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www.trendmicro.com/downloadme Trend Micro uses advanced antivirus features to give your system multi-device and robust protection with comprehensive solutions everywhere. Either it is online data or offline file encryption, Trend Micro safeguards each data encryption by scanning your data from time to time through trendmicro.com/downloadme . After activating the Trend Micro software through. www.trendmicro.com/downloadme also offers advanced security-based products such as Trend Micro Maximum Security in each country.



          

Has the quantum crypto break already happened?

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Better quantum algorithms and a strange silence since last year from quantum computing researchers suggest that we are closer to breaking traditional encryption than most people believe.
          

PeaZip 7.0.0 - Free, Open Source file archiver utility - PeaZip

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The new major version of PeaZip has arrived!

Release 7.0.0 brings under the hood enhancements for application's GUI: improved high DPI support, auto scaling for all UI elements and graphic, and updated themes and icons.

Amongst several updates, the application can now open compressed tar archives as atomic operation, hot swap from standard and custom drag and drop mode, and file manager was improved to make easier to detect duplicate files and analyze content of folders.

32 and 64 bit Windows installers also received several improvements, and application can now be installed for all users or current user only.

188 file extensions are currently supported.

PeaZip is a file manager and archive manager utility (compress and decompress files, edit existing archives, backup data), focused on security and data protection, Free Software replacement for WinRar, WinZip, and similar applications.

Create (compress to) 7Z, BZip2, GZip, PAQ, PEA, TAR, WIM, XZ (LZMA2), ZIP files, SFX self-extracting archives, and spanned archives (001 split files)

Open, browse, decompress/extract RAR/RAR5, ACE, APPX, APK, ARJ, CAB, DMG, IPA, ISO, JAR, LHA, MSI, UDF, ZIPX files and more...

Built-in archive conversion: convert or consolidate existing archives, from any read-supported to any write-supported type, e.g .rar to .zip or .7z conversion; repair FreeArc .arc archive format.

The program provides strong encryption with optional two factor authentication (encrypt with password and keyfile), encrypted password manager, random password / keyfile generation, secure data deletion (files, folders, free disk space), hashing and checksum functions.

Released as LGPLv3 software for Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista/7/8/10, 32 and 64 bit; ReactOS and Wine), GNU/Linux, and BSD systems - experimental Linux for ARM (ChromeOS, Android) version is available.

DOWNLOADS

PeaZip https://www.peazip.org

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Frequently Asked Questions https://www.peazip.org/peazip-help-faq.html

Online Tutorial https://www.peazip.org/peazip-help.html

Change log https://www.peazip.org/changelog.html

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/PeaZip/21089924985

Twitter https://twitter.com/peazip_software

RSS Feeds https://osdn.jp/projects/peazip/releases/rss

Translations are available in more than 30 languages, help is welcome to translate the application to new languages and maintain current localizations, so please give a look to translations page https://github.com/giorgiotani/PeaZip-Translations/releases


          

How Google Is Stealing Your Personal Health Data

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Expert Review by Maryam Heinen

Google, by far one of the greatest monopolies that ever existed, and poses a unique threat to anyone concerned about health, supplements, food and your ability to obtain truthful information about these and other issues.

This year, we’ve seen an unprecedented push to implement censorship across all online platforms, making obtaining and sharing crucial information about holistic health increasingly difficult.

As detailed in “Stark Evidence Showing How Google Censors Health News,” Google’s June 2019 update, which took effect June 3, effectively removed Mercola.com and hundreds of other natural health sites from Google search results. Google is also building a specific search tool for medical and health-related searches.1

And, while not the sole threat to privacy, Google is definitely one of the greatest. Over time, Google has positioned itself in such a way that it’s become deeply embedded in your day-to-day life, including your health.

In recent years, the internet and medicine have become increasingly intertwined, giving rise to “virtual medicine” and self-diagnosing — a trend that largely favors drugs and costly, invasive treatments — and Google has its proverbial fingers in multiple slices of this pie.

Health Data Mining Poses Unique Privacy Risks

For example, in 2016, Google partnered with WebMD, launching an app allowing users to ask medical questions.2 The following year, Google partnered with the National Alliance on Mental Illness, launching a depression self-assessment quiz which turned out to be little more than stealth marketing for antidepressants.3,4

Google and various tech startups have also been investigating the possibility of assessing mental health problems using a combination of electronic medical records and tracking your internet and social media use.

In 2018, Google researchers announced they’d created an artificial intelligence-equipped retinal scanner that can appraise your risk for a heart attack.5

According to a recent Financial Times report,6 Google, Amazon and Microsoft collect data entered into health and diagnostic sites, which is then shared with hundreds of third parties — and this data is not anonymized, meaning it’s tied to specifically to you, without your knowledge or consent.

What this means is DoubleClick, Google’s ad service, will know which prescriptions you’ve searched for on Drugs.com, thus providing you with personalized drug ads. Meanwhile, Facebook receives information about what you’ve searched for in WebMD’s symptom checker.

“There is a whole system that will seek to take advantage of you because you’re in a compromised state,” Tim Lebert, a computer scientist at Carnegie Mellon University told Financial Times.7 “I find that morally repugnant.”

While some find these kinds of technological advancements enticing, others see a future lined with red warning flags. As noted by Wolfie Christl, a technologist and researcher interviewed by Financial Times:8

“These findings are quite remarkable, and very concerning. From my perspective, this kind of data are clearly sensitive, has special protections

The following graphic, created by Financial Times, illustrates the flow of data from BabyCenter.com, a site that focuses on pregnancy, children’s health and parenting, to third parties, and the types of advertising these third parties then generate.

user data sent to third parties

Tech Companies Are Accessing Your Medical Records

As described in the featured Wall Street Journal video,9 a number of tech companies, including Amazon, Apple and the startup Xealth, are diving into people’s personal electronic medical records to expand their businesses.

Xealth has developed an application that is embedded in your electronic health records. Doctors who use the Xealth application — which aims to serve most health care sectors and is being rapidly adopted as a preferred “digital formulary”10 — give the company vast access to market products to their patients. The app includes lists of products and services a doctor believes might be beneficial for certain categories of patients.

When seeing a patient, the doctor will select the products and services he or she wants the patient to get, generating an electronic shopping list that is then sent to the patient. The shopping links direct the patient to purchase these items from Xealth’s third-party shopping sites, such as Amazon.

As noted in the video, “Some privacy experts worry that certain Xealth vendors can see when a patient purchased a product through Xealth, and therefore through their electronic health record.” In the video, Jennifer Miller, assistant professor at Yale School of Medicine says:

”In theory, it could boost adherence to physician recommendations, which is a huge challenge in the U.S. health care system. On the other side, there are real worries about what type of information Amazon in particular is getting access to.

So, from what I understand, when a patient clicks on that Xealth app and is taken to Amazon, the data are coded as Xealth data, which means Amazon likely knows that you purchased these products through your electronic health records.”

Amazon Is Mining Health Records

Amazon, in turn, has developed software, called Amazon Comprehend Medical, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to mine people’s electronic health records. This software has been sold to hospitals, pharmacies, researchers and various other health care providers.

The software reveals medical and health trends that might otherwise go unnoticed. As one example, given in the video, a researcher can use this software to mine tens of thousands of health records to identify candidates for a specific research study.

While this can certainly be helpful, it can also be quite risky, due to potential inaccuracies. Doctors may enter inaccurate data for a patient, for example, data that, were it accurate, would render that patient a poor test subject.

Apple is also getting in on the action through its health app. It facilitates access to electronic medical records by importing all your records directly from your health care provider. The app is meant to be “helpful” by allowing you to pull up your medical records on your iPhone and present them to any doctor, anywhere in the world.

What Does This Mean for Your Privacy

While tech companies like Amazon and Apple claim your data are encrypted (to protect it from hacking) and that they cannot view your records directly, data breaches have become so common that such “guarantees” are next to worthless.

As noted in the video by Dudley Adams, a data use expert at the University of California, San Francisco, “No encryption is perfect. All it takes is time for that encryption to be broken.” One very real concern about having your medical records hacked into is that your information may be sold to insurance companies and your employer, which they can then use against you, either by raising your rates or denying employment.

After all, sick people cost insurance companies and employers more money, so both have a vested interest in avoiding chronically ill individuals. So, were your medical records to get out, you could potentially become uninsurable or unemployable.

Google Collects Health Data on Millions of Americans

Getting back to Google, a whistleblower recently revealed the company amassed health data from millions of Americans in 21 states through its Project Nightingale,11,12 and patients have not been informed of this data mining. As reported by The Guardian:13

“A whistleblower who works in Project Nightingale … has expressed anger to the Guardian that patients are being kept in the dark about the massive deal.

The anonymous whistleblower has posted a video on the social media platform Daily Motion that contains a document dump of hundreds of images of confidential files relating to Project Nightingale.

The secret scheme … involves the transfer to Google of healthcare data held by Ascension, the second-largest healthcare provider in the U.S. The data is being transferred with full personal details including name and medical history and can be accessed by Google staff. Unlike other similar efforts it has not been made anonymous though a process of removing personal information known as de-identification …

Among the documents are the notes of a private meeting held by Ascension operatives involved in Project Nightingale. In it, they raise serious concerns about the way patients’ personal health information will be used by Google to build new artificial intelligence and other tools.”

The anonymous whistleblower told The Guardian:

“Most Americans would feel uncomfortable if they knew their data was being haphazardly transferred to Google without proper safeguards and security in place. This is a totally new way of doing things. Do you want your most personal information transferred to Google? I think a lot of people would say no.”

On a side note, the video the whistleblower uploaded to Daily Motion has since been taken down, with a note saying the “video has been removed due to a breach of the Terms of Use.”

According to Google and Ascension, the data being shared will be used to build a search tool with machine-learning algorithms that will spit out diagnostic recommendations and suggestions for medications that health professionals can then use to guide them in their treatment.

Google claims only a limited number of individuals will have access to the data, but just how trustworthy is Google these days? Something tells me that since the data includes full personal details, they’ll have no problem figuring out a way to eventually make full use of it.

Google Acquires Fitbit

In November 2019, the company also acquired Fitbit for $2.1 billion, giving Google access to the health data of Fitbit’s 25.4 million active users14 as well. While Google says it won’t sell or use Fitbit data for Google ads, some users have already ditched their devices for fear of privacy breaches.15 As reported by The Atlantic on November 14, 2019:16

“Immediately, users voiced concern about Google combining fitness data with the sizeable cache of information it keeps on its users. Google assured detractors that it would follow all relevant privacy laws, but the regulatory-compliance discussion only distracted from the strange future coming into view.

As Google pushes further into health care, it is amassing a trove of data about our shopping habits, the prescriptions we use, and where we live, and few regulations are governing how it uses these data.”

How HIPAA Laws Actually Allow This Data Mining

The HIPAA Security Rule is supposed to protect your medical records, preventing access by third parties — including spouses — unless you specifically give your permission for records to be shared. So, just how is it that Google and other tech companies can mine them at will?

As it turns out, the Google-Ascension partnership that gives Google access to medical data is covered by a “business associate agreement” or BAA. HIPAA allows hospitals and medical providers to share your information with third parties that support clinical activities, and according to Google’s interpretation of the privacy laws and HIPAA regulations, the company is not in breach of these laws because it’s a “business associate.” 

The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office for Civil Rights has opened an investigation into the legality of this arrangement.17 As reported by The Atlantic:18

“If HHS determines that Google and its handling of private information make it something more akin to a health care provider itself (because of its access to sensitive information from multiple sources who aren’t prompted for consent), it may find Google and Ascension in violation of the law and refer the matter to the Department of Justice for potential criminal prosecution.

But whether or not the deal goes through, its very existence points to a larger limitation of health-privacy laws, which were drafted long before tech giants started pouring billions into revolutionizing health care.”

Patients Bear the Risk While Third Parties Benefit

BAA agreements only allow for the disclosure of protected health information to entities that help the medical institution to perform its health care functions. The third party is not permitted to use the data for its own purposes or in any independent way.

I personally find it hard to believe that Google would not find a way to profit from this personal health data, considering its web-like business structure that ties into countless other for-profit parties. Even if they don’t, there does not appear to be any distinct advantages to patients whose records are being shared. As reported by STAT News:19

“Jennifer Miller, a Yale medical school professor who studies patient privacy issues, said the way health information is being shared, whether legal or not, is far from ideal. Patients — whose data are shared without their knowledge or specific consent — end up with all the risks, she said, while the benefits, financial or otherwise, go to Google, Ascension, and potentially future patients.”

As reported by Health IT Security20 in March 2019, Democratic senator of Nevada, Catherine Cortez Masto, has also introduced a data privacy bill “that would require companies not covered by HIPAA to obtain explicit consent from patients before sharing health and genetic data.”

“The bill covers the collecting and storing of sensitive data, such as biometrics, genetics, or location data,” Health IT Security writes.21 “The consent form must outline how that data will be used.

And the bill will also let consumers request, dispute the accuracy of their records, and transfer or delete their data “without retribution” around price or services offered.

Further, organizations would need to apply three standards to all data collection, processing, storage, and disclosure. First, collection must be for a legitimate business or operation purpose, without subjecting individuals to unreasonable risks to their privacy.

Further, the data may not be used to discriminate against individuals for protected characteristics, such as religious beliefs. Lastly, companies may not engage in deceptive data practices.”

Google Partnership Spurs Class-Action Lawsuit

The fact that patients don’t want Google to access their medical records is evidenced by a class-action lawsuit filed in the summer of 2019 against the University of Chicago Medical Center which, like Ascension, allowed Google access to identifiable patient data through a partnership with the University of Chicago. As reported by WTTW News June 28, 2019:22

“All three institutions are named as defendants in the suit, which was filed … by Matt Dinerstein, who received treatment at the medical center during two hospital stays in 2015.

The collaboration between Google and the University of Chicago was launched in 2017 to study electronic health records and develop new machine-learning techniques to create predictive models that could prevent unplanned hospital readmissions, avoid costly complications and save lives …

The tech giant has similar partnerships with Stanford University and the University of California-San Francisco. But that partnership violated federal law protecting patient privacy, according to the lawsuit, by allowing Google to access electronic health records of ‘nearly every patient’ at the medical center from 2009 to 2016.

The suit also claims Google will use the patient data to develop commercial health care technologies … The lawsuit claims the university breached its contracts with patients by ‘failing to keep their medical information private and confidential.’ It also alleges UChicago violated an Illinois law that prohibits companies from engaging in deceptive practices with clients.”

Like Ascension, the University of Chicago claims no confidentiality breaches have been made, since Google is a business associate. However, the lawsuit claims HIPAA was still violated because medical records were shared that “included sufficient information for Google to re-identify patients.”

The lawsuit also points out that Google does indeed have a commercial interest in all of this information, and can use it by combining it with its AI and advanced machine learning.

According to the plaintiffs, Google’s acquisition of DeepMind “has allowed for Google to find connections between electronic health records and Google users’ data.” The news report also points out that:23

“In 2015, Google and DeepMind obtained patient information from the Royal Free NHS Trust Foundation to conduct a study, which a data protection watchdog organization said ‘failed to comply with data protection law.’”

Health-Tracking Shoes and Other Privacy Abominations

Google is also investing in other wearable technologies aimed at tracking users’ health data, including:24

  • Shoes designed to monitor your weight, movement and falls
  • “Smart” contact lenses for people with age-related farsightedness and those who have undergone cataract surgery25 (a glucose-sensing contact lens for diabetics was canceled in 2018 after four years of development26)
  • A smartwatch to provide information for clinical research27
  • An all-in-one insulin patch pump for Type 2 diabetics that is prefilled and connected to the internet28

Google also has big plans for expanding the use of AI in health care. According to CB Insights,29 “The company is applying AI to disease detection, new data infrastructure, and potentially insurance.”

As mentioned earlier, insurance companies can jack up premiums based on your health. So, what could possibly go wrong by having Google’s AI wired into the insurance market?

Google has also partnered with drugmaker Sanofi, which “will leverage Google’s cloud and AI technologies and integrate them into its biological innovations and scientific data which in turn will accelerate the medicine discovery process,” according to a Yahoo! Finance report.30

According to Yahoo! Finance, “the collaboration will aid in the identification of various type of treatments suitable for patients. Additionally, Google’s AI tools are likely to be utilized by Sanofi in improving marketing and supply efforts and in forecasting sales.”

In plain English, this partnership will help Sanofi sell more drugs, which can hardly be said to be for the patients’ best interest, but rather that of Sanofi and Google. As mentioned earlier, Verily, Google’s health care division, is also collaborating with Sanofi, Novartis, Otsuka and Pfizer to help them identify suitable patients for clinical drug trials.31

To boost drug sales even further, Verily is working with Walgreens to deploy a “medication adherence” project, in which patients are equipped with devices to ensure they’re taking their medication as prescribed.32

Amazon also plays a part in the drug adherence scheme with its recent buyout of Pillpack, an online pharmacy that offers prepackaged pill boxes with all the different medications you’re taking.

According to Yahoo! Finance, Amazon is also planning to develop at-home medical testing devices, and is rolling out the option to make medical-related purchases from Amazon using your health savings account. All of these things generate health-related data points that can then be used for other purposes, be it personalized marketing or insurance premium decisions.

Have You Had Enough of Google’s Privacy Intrusions Yet? 

Add to all of this data mining the fact that Google is actively manipulating search results and making decisions about what you’re allowed to see and what you’re not based on its own and third party interests — a topic detailed in a November 15, 2019 Wall Street Journal investigation.33 The dangers ahead should be self-evident.

Now more than ever we must work together to share health information with others by word-of-mouth, by text and email. We have built in simple sharing tools at the top of each article so you can easily email or text interesting articles to your friends and family.

My information is here because all of you support and share it, and we can do this without Big Tech’s support. It’s time to boycott and share! Here are a few other suggestions:

Become a subscriber to my newsletter and encourage your friends and family to do the same. This is the easiest and safest way to make sure you’ll stay up to date on important health and environmental issues.

If you have any friends or relatives that are seriously interested in their health, please share important articles with them and encourage them to subscribe to our newsletter.

Consider dumping any Android phone the next time you get a phone. Android is a Google operating system and will seek to gather as much data as they can about you for their benefit. iPhone, while not perfect, appears to have better privacy protections.

Use the internal Mercola.com search engine when searching for articles on my site.

Boycott Google by avoiding any and all Google products:

  • Stop using Google search engines and recognize that even engines that honor privacy like Start Page, still use Google as their back end and provide censored results. Alternatives include DuckDuckGo34 and Qwant35
  • Uninstall Google Chrome and use Brave or Opera browser instead, available for all computers and mobile devices.36 From a security perspective, Opera is far superior to Chrome and offers a free VPN service (virtual private network) to further preserve your privacy
  • If you have a Gmail account, try a non-Google email service such as ProtonMail,37 an encrypted email service based in Switzerland
  • Stop using Google docs. Digital Trends has published an article suggesting a number of alternatives38
  • If you’re a high school student, do not convert the Google accounts you created as a student into personal accounts

Sign the “Don’t be evil” petition created by Citizens Against Monopoly


          

Re: Asus AC58U/AC68U

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[quote][url=/p3923344]Zlatni_bg[/url]: Je l' mislis po slobodnoj proceni da bi ubijao NAND? Razmisljam nekako da isforsiram u RAM da pise logove.[/quote] pa što ne koristiš "remote logging with encryption"... ima toliko besplatnih rešenja kao npr. https://papertrailapp.com/
          

PeaZip 7.0.0 - Free, Open Source file archiver utility - PeaZip

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The new major version of PeaZip has arrived!

Release 7.0.0 brings under the hood enhancements for application's GUI: improved high DPI support, auto scaling for all UI elements and graphic, and updated themes and icons.

Amongst several updates, the application can now open compressed tar archives as atomic operation, hot swap from standard and custom drag and drop mode, and file manager was improved to make easier to detect duplicate files and analyze content of folders.

32 and 64 bit Windows installers also received several improvements, and application can now be installed for all users or current user only.

188 file extensions are currently supported.

PeaZip is a file manager and archive manager utility (compress and decompress files, edit existing archives, backup data), focused on security and data protection, Free Software replacement for WinRar, WinZip, and similar applications.

Create (compress to) 7Z, BZip2, GZip, PAQ, PEA, TAR, WIM, XZ (LZMA2), ZIP files, SFX self-extracting archives, and spanned archives (001 split files)

Open, browse, decompress/extract RAR/RAR5, ACE, APPX, APK, ARJ, CAB, DMG, IPA, ISO, JAR, LHA, MSI, UDF, ZIPX files and more...

Built-in archive conversion: convert or consolidate existing archives, from any read-supported to any write-supported type, e.g .rar to .zip or .7z conversion; repair FreeArc .arc archive format.

The program provides strong encryption with optional two factor authentication (encrypt with password and keyfile), encrypted password manager, random password / keyfile generation, secure data deletion (files, folders, free disk space), hashing and checksum functions.

Released as LGPLv3 software for Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista/7/8/10, 32 and 64 bit; ReactOS and Wine), GNU/Linux, and BSD systems - experimental Linux for ARM (ChromeOS, Android) version is available.

DOWNLOADS

PeaZip https://www.peazip.org

PeaZip Add-ons and Plugins https://www.peazip.org/peazip-add-ons.html

SUPPORT

Frequently Asked Questions https://www.peazip.org/peazip-help-faq.html

Online Tutorial https://www.peazip.org/peazip-help.html

Change log https://www.peazip.org/changelog.html

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/PeaZip/21089924985

Twitter https://twitter.com/peazip_software

RSS Feeds https://osdn.jp/projects/peazip/releases/rss

Translations are available in more than 30 languages, help is welcome to translate the application to new languages and maintain current localizations, so please give a look to translations page https://github.com/giorgiotani/PeaZip-Translations/releases


          

Engineering: SOA/ESB Middleware Engineer (Security Clearance required) - Arlington, DC

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Job DescriptionPosition:--SOA/ESB Middleware Engineer Location: Arlington, VA-- Clearance: Active Secret preferred or ability to obtain a Secret clearance.-- Responsibilities: Provide technical troubleshooting on issues requiring resolution related to Oracle WebLogic Server, SOA Suite, Service Bus and Web Services Ability to support multiple environments including troubleshooting and patching Ability to create datasources and manage them through WebLogic Experience working with JDeveloper, SoapUI and Service Bus console Knowledge of SQL, PL/SQL, JDBC, and Oracle database concepts Solid understanding of JavaEE, XML, Web Services, BPEL Understanding of Oracle WebLogic architecture and administration Experience with systems and software engineering/development concepts and techniques Knowledge of XML technologies, WS-*, SOAP, REST and other web service standards Solid understanding of SOA/ESB concepts and messaging patterns (Sync, Async, etc.) Understand TLS/SSL encryption protocols and be able to configure keystores and wallets Knowledge of Oracle/ JavaEE technologies. WebLogic 11g, SOA Suite 11g/12c, Oracle Service Bus (OSB) 11g/12c, BPEL 11g/12c Secret security clearance is required Experience with Agile development methodologies Support test cycles providing document and code reviews, and perform web application deployments -- Plusses: Experience with Oracle OIM, OAM and Siebel Experience with Git and Puppet ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, gender, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law.RequirementsRequirements: Provide technical troubleshooting on issues requiring resolution related to Oracle WebLogic Server, SOA Suite, Service Bus and Web Services Ability to support multiple environments including troubleshooting and patching Ability to create datasources and manage them through WebLogic Experience working with JDeveloper, SoapUI and Service Bus console Knowledge of SQL, PL/SQL, JDBC, and Oracle database concepts Solid understanding of JavaEE, XML, Web Services, BPEL Understanding of Oracle WebLogic architecture and administration Experience with systems and software engineering/development concepts and techniques Knowledge of XML technologies, WS-*, SOAP, REST and other web service standards Solid understanding of SOA/ESB concepts and messaging patterns (Sync, Async, etc.) Understand TLS/SSL encryption protocols and be able to configure keystores and wallets Knowledge of Oracle/ JavaEE technologies. WebLogic 11g, SOA Suite 11g/12c, Oracle Service Bus (OSB) 11g/12c, BPEL 11g/12c Secret security clearance is required Experience with Agile development methodologies Support test cycles providing document and code reviews, and perform web application deployments -- Plusses: Experience with Oracle OIM, OAM and Siebel Experience with Git and Puppet Education/Experience: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or a related IT field or equivalent experience --ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, gender, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law. -- ()
          

Remote ePO/Endpoint Security Administrator

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Telecommute/home-based, Position Summary: • 2+ years experience with McAfee products managed by ePolicy Orchestrator • Administrative experience of ePO 5.1 • Experience preferred one or more of the following McAfee products: o Endpoint Security Threat Prevention Windows/Linux/MAC o Endpoint Security Firewall Windows/Linux/MAC o Data Loss Prevention endpoint 11 o Endpoint Disk Encryption 7 Strong understanding of Windows
          

Blockchain latest news: a state-owned quantum computer could break blockchains in as little as three years

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Blockchain latest news: a state-owned quantum computer could break blockchains in as little as three years

Whichever government first produces a working device that can crack public key encryption will be 'master of the world'


          

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Borrow cashquickly and safely If you need to acquire funds promptly and also securely, submitting a cashadvance request withCashLady warranties you will definitely be considered by a number of creditors in mins. Our 256 bit encryption innovation means your personal details are constantly secure and also safe while our company find you the most effective [...]
          

Get a lifetime VPN Unlimited subscription for just $23 this Cyber Monday

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Surfing the web on unsecured public Wi-Fi is like welcoming hackers and identity thieves through your front door. You can keep these online threats at bay with a VPN, and VPN Unlimited is the best VPN service out there. With this Cyber Monday special, you can get lifetime VPN coverage for just $23.40 by using offer code CMSAVE40 at checkout.  VPN Unlimited protects your devices with 256-bit AES encryption, which prevents hackers from accessing your private information. Your traffic is routed to one of KeepSolid’s global servers, which masks your IP address and allows you to bypass geographic restrictions. With this, you can torrent files and even access streaming services like Netflix or Hulu from anywhere in the world. Finally, you can customize your level of protection with a variety of VPN protocols, including IKEv2, OpenVPN, L2TP/IPSec & KeepSolid Wise. Your personal information is worth more than gold, and hackers can easily use it against you if your devic...
          

Executive: Relationship Manager - Daytona Beach, Florida

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- Heartland Payment Systems, Inc. Job Description - Job Title: - - - -Relationship Manager - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Reports To: - Division / Territory Manager - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Department: Sales - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Heartland Payment Systems, Inc. (NYSE: HPY), the fifth largest payments processor in the United States, delivers credit/debit/prepaid card processing, school solutions, marketing solutions, end-to-end encryption technology, campus solutions, payroll solutions, and related business solutions and services to more than 250,000 business and education locations nationwide. - Position Summary: Responsible for assisting in the development of Relationship Managers by providing hands-on field sales, mentoring and sales process training, in addition to sharing expert product and industry knowledge. Generates on-going sales of new and existing customers and provides a localized manager presence in select areas as determined. - Responsibilities: - Receive direction and provide all required reporting to Division Manager Conduct reliable field training for Relationship Managers within their first 90 days of employment or as otherwise assigned Work in developing and mentoring Relationship Managers in an effort to support and achieve Division performance goals -Prospect and close new merchant accounts consistently month after month. Market additional HPS products and services as they are introduced under company guidelines Learn and understand all hardware, software and reporting offered by Heartland, and effectively communicate this information to prospects, clients and reinforce with Relationship Managers Provide consistent reinforcement of HPS selling system and demonstrate to Relationship Managers expertise and knowledge of HPS programs (E-HPS, Exchange, etc) Assist the Division Manager with the recruitment process as directed Serve as local sales manager of designated areas within division requiring specific sales support as identified by the Division Manager - Working Conditions: Work is primarily performed through a combination of working in the field directly with Relationship Managers and directly selling in the field. - Qualifications: Knowledge: Strong industry and product knowledge, as well as a working knowledge of the sales process. - Additional expertise in multiple industry niches (hotels, car rentals, restaurant point of sale) preferred. Position utilizes knowledge typically associated with a four-year college degree or a combination of formal training and relevant work experience. - A thorough understanding of the entire sales cycle and successful sales experience is imperative. Experience: A minimum of 2 to 4 years outside sales experience with at least six months to one year performing as a Relationship Manager or Division Manager. The ideal candidate has a proven track record of success in the business equipment/payment systems environment plus at least two years of related sales training or equivalent work experience. - Skills/Aptitudes: Proven track record in consistent sales goal attainment in business equipment/payment systems environment Basic PC (personal computer) skills and ability to work with Word and Excel or other similar software, e-mail and the Internet Well versed in applying HPS sales process implementation Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and recognize and tailor individual Relationship Manager training needs to insure they integrate quickly and successfully into the organization Strong focus on the training and development of Relationship Managers in the field Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills which may include speaking before groups. Strong leadership skills, work ethic, previous training experience and the ability to work well with others - Extensive Travel: The Territory Manager is expected to be out in the field training, and leading Relationship Managers in sales transactions in addition to prospecting and closing their own new merchant accounts on an on-going basis. - Level: Works under limited supervision, with direction provided by the Division Manager, work is somewhat varied; encounters problems that are varied in nature and need immediate attention to resolve. - Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. - They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties and skills required. - - ()
          

Executive: Relationship Manager - Daytona Beach, Florida

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Heartland Payment Systems, Inc. Job Description Job Title: Relationship Manager Reports To: Division / Territory Manager Department: Sales Heartland Payment Systems, Inc. (NYSE: HPY), the fifth largest payments processor in the United States, delivers credit/debit/prepaid card processing, school solutions, marketing solutions, end-to-end encryption technology, campus solutions, payroll solutions, and related business solutions and services to more than 250,000 business and education locations nationwide. Position Summary: Responsible for assisting in the development of Relationship Managers by providing hands-on field sales, mentoring and sales process training, in addition to sharing expert product and industry knowledge. Generates on-going sales of new and existing customers and provides a localized manager presence in select areas as determined. Responsibilities: Receive direction and provide all required reporting to Division Manager Conduct reliable field training for Relationship Managers within their first 90 days of employment or as otherwise assigned Work in developing and mentoring Relationship Managers in an effort to support and achieve Division performance goals Prospect and close new merchant accounts consistently month after month. Market additional HPS products and services as they are introduced under company guidelines Learn and understand all hardware, software and reporting offered by Heartland, and effectively communicate this information to prospects, clients and reinforce with Relationship Managers Provide consistent reinforcement of HPS selling system and demonstrate to Relationship Managers expertise and knowledge of HPS programs (E-HPS, Exchange, etc) Assist the Division Manager with the recruitment process as directed Serve as local sales manager of designated areas within division requiring specific sales support as identified by the Division Manager Working Conditions: Work is primarily performed through a combination of working in the field directly with Relationship Managers and directly selling in the field. Qualifications: Knowledge: Strong industry and product knowledge, as well as a working knowledge of the sales process. Additional expertise in multiple industry niches (hotels, car rentals, restaurant point of sale) preferred. Position utilizes knowledge typically associated with a four-year college degree or a combination of formal training and relevant work experience. A thorough understanding of the entire sales cycle and successful sales experience is imperative. Experience: A minimum of 2 to 4 years outside sales experience with at least six months to one year performing as a Relationship Manager or Division Manager. The ideal candidate has a proven track record of success in the business equipment/payment systems environment plus at least two years of related sales training or equivalent work experience. Skills/Aptitudes: Proven track record in consistent sales goal attainment in business equipment/payment systems environment Basic PC (personal computer) skills and ability to work with Word and Excel or other similar software, e-mail and the Internet Well versed in applying HPS sales process implementation Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and recognize and tailor individual Relationship Manager training needs to insure they integrate quickly and successfully into the organization Strong focus on the training and development of Relationship Managers in the field Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills which may include speaking before groups. Strong leadership skills, work ethic, previous training experience and the ability to work well with others Extensive Travel: The Territory Manager is expected to be out in the field training, and leading Relationship Managers in sales transactions in addition to prospecting and closing their own new merchant accounts on an on-going basis. Level: Works under limited supervision, with direction provided by the Division Manager, work is somewhat varied; encounters problems that are varied in nature and need immediate attention to resolve. Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties and skills required. ()


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