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Hackers Are Now Scanning For SSH Keys To Exploit
By John Walsh on October 24, 2017

As many of you know, servers running SSH are under constant siege by hackers and botnets, but how are attackers getting into these servers?  Servers are typically broken with...

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key management, openssh

Secure Shell Support Coming To Windows
By Sami Pippuri on June 25, 2015

In early June, Microsoft announced something that surprised many; namely that they will be supporting Secure Shell (SSH) in their PowerShell tool used by many system administrators,...

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key management, encryption, openssl, openssh, heartbleed

Is Open Source Right for You? Apparently Google Thinks Not
By Jason Thompson on July 24, 2014

Heartbleed woke everyone up to the risks that open source software can pose if the management, development and design of the software isn’t up to par. Earlier this month OpenSSL released a...

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key management, openssh, universal ssh key manager

Backdoor SSH Root Key Snafus Much More Common Than You Think
By Jason Thompson on July 3, 2014

It appears as though a hard-wired Secure Shell private key has created a bit of a kerfuffle for folks running Cisco's VoIP manager. This one made it in the headlines but because the...

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key management, cybersecurity, privileged identity management, encryption, encrypted channel monitoring, openssh, heartbleed

Just A Heartbleed Away: The Dirty Little Secret in IT Security is Creating A Major Risk
By Jason Thompson on May 19, 2014

One of the major lessons learned from the Heartbleed Bug is just how vulnerable critical IT components, like encryption, are. The potential impact of these vulnerabilities can be severe and...

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Free Can Make You Bleed
By John Walsh on April 30, 2014

By now anyone concernedwith internet security has heard about the Heartbleed security vulnerability in OpenSSL.  What you may not be aware of is how much money and personal information is...

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