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How to find rogue devices on your network

Posted on Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 by Nick Shapley.

Networks are getting pretty complex, even home ones, with lots of devices connected wirelessly, and wired ones too, things like TVs and games consoles. There can also be some potentially troublesome devices in the mix that I would personally like to know about. This is because it’s useful to know what devices are up to, […] Read More

Protocol vs Implementation. Why MS14-066 and SChannel got my goat

Posted on Wednesday, November 12th, 2014 by Lee Parkes.

This Patch Tuesday (yesterday 11/11/14), Microsoft released a bunch of advisories and patches for a number of issues in a variety of their products, nothing new here so far. However, one of them stood out: MS14-066. You can read the bulletin here, and the corresponding knowledge base article is here reason for its […] Read More

Patch management, it’s sexy, here’s why

Posted on Tuesday, November 11th, 2014 by Joe Bursell.

Today is your lucky day. Yup, that’s right, it’s patch management Tuesday. Except rather than babble on about the merits of doing it, and berate you for not doing it, I’m going to try a different tack, the path less trodden if you like. Patching is not sexy The thing with managing patches is it’s […] Read More

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