Send discrete, self-destructing notes via Privnote

Discovered a really cool tool to send notes that will self-destruct after being read. Good for sending passwords or information across discretely and securely. No log-ins or identity involved. All you need to do is generate a link to the note and has the option to notify you via email if it has been read. … Continue reading Send discrete, self-destructing notes via Privnote

Fortigate 5.2 Vulnerability: SSH/SSL – Weak Encryptions

Known issue to: FortiOS 5.2.x (can also apply to higher versions). But 5.4.x and later has already disabled weaker ciphers DES, RC4 and SSLv3, so Firewalls running on later version are less-prone to vulnerabilities.     Recommendations/Mitigations:  What does strong encryption do? Enabling the use of strong encryption will only allow strong ciphers such as: AES … Continue reading Fortigate 5.2 Vulnerability: SSH/SSL – Weak Encryptions

TSHOOT: VPN L2TP not working on some Windows machines

Problem: Client behind NAT devices are unable to connect to VPN L2TP Solution: Modern Windows devices do not support L2TP/IPsec connections when the Windows computer or VPN server are located behind a NAT. If the Windows VPN client fails with Error 809 when trying to establish a VPN connection to an MX located behind a … Continue reading TSHOOT: VPN L2TP not working on some Windows machines

Facebook adds Google Authenticator for Two-Factor Authentication

Good news! Facebook now makes Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) easier to set up by allowing common third-party apps like Google Authenticator or Duo Security on both desktop and mobile. 2FA adds layer of security to your Facebook login by requiring you to provide a passcode or from “something that you have” (which is the 2FA generated … Continue reading Facebook adds Google Authenticator for Two-Factor Authentication