Originally, I planned on using Landscape to handle updating my Linux servers, but it only allows ten servers to be added before you need to upgrade to a paid license. And, after a while, I got tired of logging to my landscape server to reboot servers after updates were installed. So I setup all of my Linux servers to install updates, auto remove unnecessary dependencies and reboot the server automatically.(more…)
Ever wonder if someone is watching you while you configure pfSense? While setting up pfSense for the first time, the software will generate a self-signed SSL certificate and use that to secure the connection between the router and your web browser when making configuration changes. While this is better than no SSL at all, it is still not secure enough.
Today Cloudflare just rolled out DNSSEC for all customers. This means that the complex process of enabling it yourself has no longer been placed on your shoulders.