DoS attack on major DNS provider, Dyn, brings down Internet. Twitter, Reddit affected
Posted by Oksana Zybinskaya on
October 24, 2016
The recent distributed denial of service attack against Dyn, the dynamic DNS service, affected the availability of a row of major websites and Internet services, including Twitter and Reddit. The attack began at 7:10am Eastern Time (12:10pm UK) and was mainly focused on Dyn’s US East Coast name servers.
Ubuntu: Join a server to an Active Directory domain
Posted by Florent Appointaire on
July 14, 2016
Today, we will see how to join an Ubuntu server (version 16.04) to an Active Directory domain. It could be useful in case of you want that your administrators use their domain account to connect to servers, etc.
How to Build a Secure PowerShell DSC Pull Server?
Posted by Charbel Nemnom on
June 7, 2016
Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) is a technology introduced by Microsoft in Windows PowerShell v4.0.
At the time of writing, we are at PowerShell v5.0. If you are new to PowerShell DSC, I highly encourage you to start investing and learning this awesome technology today.
DSC is a big topic and can get complex, you should first start learning the basics before you move into advanced scenarios. A good source of reading is on MSDN Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration Overview. This will give you a good start, but there is plenty of great information out there around this topic.
Desired State Configuration can be configured to deliver configurations in two different methods; push and pull.