Safe and Secure Browsing Through Home Computer

I have found a little OpenSSH switch to be one of my best friends. If I am at a strange client network, cafe, or conference I use “-D” to make me feel warm and fuzzy all over. In OpenSSH if you use this switch you create an SSH SOCKS proxy on the port you specify. […]

Privacy Threats in BitTorrent Uncovered

A French group of security researchers have come up with some very interesting results in terms of the level of privacy one can expect and the simplicity of which someone can monitor BitTorrent traffic.  Which is kinda scary for everyone using it especially those who like to download large amounts of music and movies. 😉  […]

Cloud security: Is it raining in the cloud?

SC has a good write up on cloud computing security: Cloud computing, as least as a concept, is being driven largely by economics. It is generally less costly to run applications, add capacity and increase storage in the cloud, rather than investing in new hardware and software, and bringing on additional staff and beefing up […]

Locking Down Access to Scalr Web Interface

I wanted to touch briefly on the security concerns for having Scalr accessible via the Internet. If you are running your own install of Scalr this is an important factor before even adding the first farm. For my own sake I will not getting into my exact setup, but instead talk about a few approaches […]