Keeping an eye on logs is boring… but mandatory! Hopefully, sometimes it can reveal funny stuffs! It looks like people at the CCC are having some fun too while their annual conference is ongoing… Here is what I got in my Apache logs this morning: 126.96.36.199 – – [30/Dec/2015:06:51:22 +0100]
This frozen picture comes from a reportage broadcasted today by TF1, a major French television channel. On the white board behind the women, we can clearly read an URL and the associated credentials. This a excellent example of “don’t do this” to be used during security awareness trainings! Source: zataz.com
Yesterday, I received the e-mail below, forwarded by a friend. Usually, I don’t react on such e-mails (who do not receive daily PowerPoint files, jokes or funny messages in his mailbox?). But this time, it was quite realistic. This isÂ a letter sent by a Grandma to her bank. There
No, no, I didn’t perform a SQL injection attack against the FNAC website! 😉 (Thanks to Bart for the idea)
Every last Friday of July, it’s sysadmin day! Enjoy your day Guys and don’t forget to keep your systems secure! Before going to party, patch your bind servers. Exploits are in the wild… Otherwise, you can still use the BOFH-excuse-generator!
This afternoon I was looking for a Wi-Fi hotspot!
Dear Google, some messages for you! Same story has the one of teenager who made a giant penis on the roof of his parents’ house, but this time on a car. I took the picture in a parking not far from Brussels, Belgium. The message is clear 😉
This screen capture shows a ‘top’ running on a multi-CPU server (4 x quad-core)… Now, I can fully understand the real value of the hot key <1>(*) 🙂 (*) from the top man page: “Toggle_Single/Separate_Cpu_States On/Off – This command affects how the â€™tâ€™ commandâ€™s Cpu States portion is shown. Although
I’m back from Maubeuge where was organized the “Salon Informatique“. I had some free time this weekend and decided to visit our south-neighbors to make some social networking. The event had several aspects: exhibitors active in the open source world (users groups, schools, associations and professionals), a LAN party and
Remember: even the best bullet-proof security solution will not protect you if not included in a global security policy… Source: failblog.org.