Tag: security

Do the phish scammers care more about your security than you do?

Phishing has hit the halfway point on encryption. This means that being TLS-encrypted is no indication a site is real or not (its an indication that it is exactly what it says it is, but not what it might appear

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Why is Canada worse than the UK and US for encrypted web?

Courtesy of our friends @ Google and their Transparency Report we see that Canada is 89% encrypted to Google. Good, but not great when you realise the UK is 97% encrypted. What could drive this difference? I would think device-types and

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Next Chautauqua: Continuous Integration!

Tomorrow (Tues 27, 2018) we’re going to have the next meetup to talk Continuous Integration. Got a burning desire to rant about the flakiness of an infinite number of shell scripts bundled into a container and shipped to a remote agent

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Best Black Friday deal: Shodan membership for $5

Who wouldn’t want this? For $5 you get lifetime membership to everyone’s favourite search engine, Shodan. Buy early buy often, scan some internets today!

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Separate CI cluster woes: can hierarchical caching help?

So I have this architecture where we have 2 separate Kubernetes clusters. The first cluster runs in GKE, the second on ‘the beast of the basement’ (and then there’s a bunch in AKS but they are for different purposes). I

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