I published the following diary on isc.sans.edu: “My Little DoH Setup“: “DoH”, this 3-letters acronym is a buzzword on the Internet in 2019! It has been implemented in Firefox, Microsoft announced that Windows will support it soon. They are pro & con about encrypting DNS requests in HTTPS but it’s not the
I’m in Washington DC at the SANSFIRE event. I’m following a training and meeting fellow SANS ISC Handlers. I also gave a talk tonight about the risks of the Internet of Things and quick tips to protect your home network against their invasion. Here is a copy of the slides: Link: http://www.slideshare.net/xme/home-sweet-home-sansfire-edition.
[This blogpost has also been published as a guest diary on isc.sans.org] When investigating incidents or searching for malicious activity in your logs, IP reputation is a nice way to increase the reliability of generated alerts. It can help to prioritize incidents. Let’s take an example with a WordPress blog. It will,
I wrote a quick wrap-up of the SANS London 2012 edition while waiting for my train back to Belgium on Saturday evening but I published it only today… Tomorrow was an off-line day! This was my first edition and, honestly, I hope not the last one! This event was