By now almost everyone knows about the Meltdown & Spectre Side-Channel Vulnerability. No need to explain here in this article again about the issue, but if you still need information you can read here for Intel, AMD and also ARM. We will check Meltdown & Spectre Side-Channel Vulnerability in Virtual environments. Meltdown "Meltdown breaks the most [...]
The 2017 year is finished and now is time to check some statistics. No only from visitors or views, but also my blog post numbers. Note: Unfortunately I only have set the WP statistics in this new blog after 25th of My 2017. So all the numbers are from that date, and not beginning of [...]
During this last week, Eric Siebert blog http://vsphere-land.com release the results for the Top vBlog 2017. This blog and I was the first year that was on the list for voting in the categories best Virtualization Blog and best 2016 blog. For the first year in the voting, this blog reached the best Virtualization Blog [...]
In the following of my previous article regarding Ransomware, How to protect your VMs against Ransomware the non-profit project No More Ransom provides some tools that can help you decrypt your device and data. There is a list of several tools that can decrypt your files. These are tools created by some Security Companies (like [...]
Ransomware is a malware that is again in the list of security concerns. Not only for companies, but also for Government security and even at personal use. IT departments should be aware and have the right knowledge to how to fight it. Not only about the malware, but also how to be protected against this [...]
We will return in August...
In the next 30th of June time a leap second is a second which is added to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) in order to synchronize atomic clocks with astronomical time to within 0.9 seconds. - The last leap second update happened on June 30th 2012 @ 23:59:60 UTC. - The next leap second update is [...]