Content tagged as 'Vps'

Here is a list of all the content that has been tagged as (Virtual Private Server) vps.

Building Security into Your Development Teams (workshop) $495 + GST per student

Full Day Interactive Workshop focussing on building security into your Development Team(s).

Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers

A three part book series focused on lifting the security knowledge of Software Developers, Engineers, and their teams, so that they can continuously deliver secure technical solutions on time and within budget, without nasty surprises.

Workshop - Web Developer Quiz Night

Attacking a set of carefully curated questions around info-sec, white hat, black hat, attack and defense.

Workshop - Holistic Info-Sec for Computer Science Students

This time for the students of University of Canterbury. An exploration into an insightful set of steps he has learned, from an architectural, engineering and penetration testing perspective. Based on the content of volume 0 & 1 of Kim’s new book “Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers”. This time held at the University of Canterbury.

Workshop - Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers

Hackers On Planet Earth (HOPE) conference in New York City. An exploration into an insightful set of steps he has learned, from an architectural, engineering and penetration testing perspective. Based on the content of volume 0 & 1 of Kim’s new book “Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers”.

Workshop - Tools, Password Profiling, Brute Forcing

Kim will take ISIG through the collection of tools added and configured on his penetration testing machine used throughout his book series (Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers). Kim will then profile a well known celebrities password, creating a short-list, then (on-line) brute force their login. Come along, it’ll be fun.

Talk - Password Profiling, Brute Forcing

Kim talks with his fellow Toastmasters about profiling peoples passwords and then brute forcing web applications with the shortlist of guessed passwords..

Keeping Your NodeJS Web App Running on Production Linux

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All the following offerings that I’ve evaluated target different scenarios. I’ve listed the pros and cons for each of them and where I think they fit into a potential solution to monitor your web applications (I’m leaning toward NodeJS) and make sure they keep running.

Keeping Your Linux Server/s In Time With Your Router

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With this set-up, we’ve got one-to-many Linux servers in a network that all want to be synced with the same up-stream Network Time Protocol (NTP) server/s that your router (or what ever server you choose to be your NTP authority) uses.