loudSpec is an open-source tool for validating your resources in your cloud providers using a logical language that everybody can understand. With its reasonably simple syntax, you can validate the configuration of your cloud resources, avoiding mistakes that can lead to availability or confidentiality issues.
While it’s almost difficult now to think of a time before Covid-19, the accepted approach among engineers for fixing networks in years previous would have been traveling to site with a toolkit of applications in hand to diagnose an issue and remedy the problem. With restrictions however in place over the course of the last 16 months, much greater focus has been placed on accessing networks remotely to reduce social contact and unnecessary travel, with organizations also looking to re-focus their resources and push for greater operational efficiencies. The age of the remote engineer has arrived, but what technologies are available for them to perform the role effectively?
The NTT Corporation, which provided wide-ranging telecommunications services and network security for the Olympic & Paralympic Games in Tokyo this summer, said there were more than 450 million attempted cyberattacks during the event in July.
NTT officials said none of the attacks were successful and added that the games went on without a hitch. But the number of attacks was 2.5x the number seen during the 2012 London Summer Olympics.
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A critical Discourse remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability tracked as CVE-2021-41163 was fixed via an urgent update by the developer on Friday
Discourse is an open-source forum, long-form chat, and mailing list management platform widely deployed on the web, offering excellent usability and integration potential while focusing heavily on social features.
The vulnerable versions are 2.7.8 and older, and the best way to address the risk is to update to 2.7.9 or later, which came out on Friday. The latest beta and test versions have also been patched against the flaw.
According to official stats, Discourse was used to publish 3.5 million posts viewed by 405 million users in September 2021 alone.