Internet Explorer associated with an exploit? Color us shocked. Facetiousness aside, it’s seriously about time you switched over to Chrome or Firefox (as a mitigation tool; not a foolproof solution), and if you’re a desktop user relying on Flash Player, well… it’s about time you updated that, too. Adobe has just released a security update for Flash Player 188.8.131.52 and earlier versions for Windows, Macintosh and Linux, Adobe Flash Player 184.108.40.206 and earlier versions for Android 4.x, and Adobe Flash Player 220.127.116.11 and earlier versions for Android 3.x and 2.x. We’re told that these updates “address an object confusion vulnerability (CVE-2012-0779) that could cause the application to crash and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.” Adobe specifically mentions an exploit that targets Flash Player on Internet Explorer for Windows, where a user is duped into clicking on a malicious file delivered in an email message. Hit up the source link for more information on getting your system out of The Danger Zone. Which, conveniently, can be looped as you update with a click after the break.
OpenStack filled in some key checkmarks this week as it adds IBM and Red Hat to its roster of corporate backers. Â AsÂ GigaOM reported last week,Â the two tech giants will join the nascent OpenStack Foundation as Platinum members along with AT&T, Canonical, Hewlett-Packard, Nebula, Rackspace, and Suse.
This is my second blog for testing weblogin the first one was for testing moodle http://xeois.com/blog/moodle-check-web-login-script and this one is for Zimbra. I have written a custom script which I want to share with you that helps us check the login in Zimbra and escalate it via Nagios in case it fails. Some users ask me if they are using Nagios they can easily monitor all the services for zimbra and i totally agree with them. But not everyone is having the same level of knowledge as you geeks are having. This script can be easily used with nagios or without nagios for your convenience. You can take of the highlighted part of the script to remove the nagios bit out of it. You may have to modify the script if you are not using it for nagios for escalation type you want to use. The answer is as simple as to make sure all the service Zimbra depends upon are functioning properly like (mysql, ldap, webserver, postfix etc). Please find the script below to check the Zimbra login.
AÂ storage area networkÂ (SAN) is a dedicated high performance network provides access block level to Data. The in modern day data is stored in an array of hard disk drives or solid-state drive or a combination of both.
This Storage area network is usually separated from the local area network for performance and security reasons.
Over a SAN there is no access to the file systems directly; rather they are access able in a block level. The operating system will think as if the disk is attached to it directly and the access is going to be block level. A SAN can be shared across many servers.
Last April, Google announced their plans for Google Cloud Print (GCP), the service that powers printing on Chromebooks as well as a new generation of connected apps and devices. The goal of GCP is to enable simple, secure printing from any app on any device to any printerâ€”and with the latest cloud-ready printers, you can also print without using drivers or cables.