Original author of this aricle is located here at Diary of a Ninja. This article saved me hours of work. It was the exact issue that happened with me. I used IIS Crypto to adjust my cipher suite and bam, I couldn’t publish from Visual Studio anymore. I have been […]
I was directed to this app today to get me an idea where some latency was occurring. Simple to use and gives you a few averages that help you determine where in your hop the issue is at. From their website: WinMTR is a Windows application which combines the functionality […]
Very very useful utility when trying to get your protocols on your server correct. This is from their site: IIS Crypto is a free tool that gives administrators the ability to enable or disable protocols, ciphers, hashes and key exchange algorithms on Windows Server 2008, 2012 and 2016. It also […]
Just installed a Windows 2012 R2 server and wanted to make sure SSL 3.0 was disabled. I found good instructions and a registry file that will do the work for me at DigiCert. Head on over there if you want the manual process of disabling SSL v3 on IIS. You […]
I’m not sure how accurate this may be. If it is accurate, it’s rather interesting.
I find the gif below interesting since most of the people I know gawk at my lengthy passwords. I can only imagine what people are using for their passwords. I go by this rule of thumb, well at least now I do: Do not use the same password twice. Have […]
I’ve used this program for a year now and it’s great for renaming bulk files. You can do just about any kind of renaming that you want with it. Some of the reviews that I’ve seen say it’s cluttered. I disagree. I am a programmer and if I had to […]
For security reasons it is not a good idea to permit ssh root direct login, it is better to login as another user, and then switch to root using the ‘su -‘ comand, to do this, you need to disable root from login directly using ssh protocol, this will decrease […]
Pretty straight forward: sudo -s Just a reminder for those rainy days.
I found a great article on the logon types for windows that you will see in the event viewer. Above is an example of a logon failure that I am referring too. All credit goes to the original author here. Event IDs 528 and 540 signify a successful logon, event […]