Archive for February, 2011

A great presentation on IPv6

I was fortunate enough to attend Michael Warfield’s talk on DNS security this past Monday. If you don’t know Mike, he is a crazy smart dude who gives spectacular presentations. Can’t recommend him enough! Mike has been at the forefront of the IPv6 movement, and has given a number of IPv6 presentations in the past […]

A simple and easy way to encrypt data on Linux, OS X and Windows desktops and servers

I just put up a new article a simple and easy way to encrypt data on Linux, OS X and Windows desktops and servers. The article describes Truecrypt, and shows how it can be used to set up an encrypted device on Linux, Windows and OS X hosts. If you have sensitive data on your […]

Managing and debugging DNS on your Windows XP/Vista/7 clients

Microsoft Windows has all kinds of tools buried throughout the Windows directory. Several of these tools allow you to display and debug DNS and IP issues, which can be handy when you get a call from a customer that they can’t access your systems. If you need to display all of the entries your Windows […]