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Wed, Dec 31st 2014 3:45p John Willemse
Welcome to Badkey Corner. Happy 2015 !
Sophos UTM 9.3 firewall and Sophos AP30 access point|
Sat, Nov 29th 2014 5:47a John Willemse
Free firewall for home usage.
Sophos UTM Home Edition
We just did the upgrade to Version: 9.301002
We also installed an AP30 on the network:
Technical Specifications AP 30
Simplify your wireless networking by using Sophos UTM as a wireless controller to centralize your Wi-Fi management and security. Our access points are auto
Top 10 Reasons I Left Lotus Notes for Google Apps|
Tue, Nov 4th 2014 4:05p John Willemse
Just a remark as Badkey.com is a IBM Domino place and the Disclaimer is clear.
By: David Hoff (July 22, 2009) http://www.cloudsherpas.com/author/dhoff/
For the last 10+ years, I’ve spent countless nights and weekends keeping Lotus Notes/Domino running at organizations of all sizes. In the process, I’ve gathered more certifications than can fit on a business card (CLS, CLP
Badkey ISP change to Ziggo.100/10 Mbit/s|
Tue, Oct 28th 2014 2:45p John Willemse
Today we changed ISP to Ziggo
The Badkey Team
Badkey runs with SPF (Sender Policy Framework) record|
Wed, Oct 22nd 2014 1:05p John Willemse
I know old information but just a reminder we are running this already as of Saturday 1st, July 2006.
SPF (Sender Policy Framework) is an e-mail protocol that fights return-path address forgery and makes it easier for ISPs to identify spoofed addresses. For this reason, e-mail newsletter publishers who have published an SPF record stand a better chance of their e-mail being delivered. Is it a cure-all for spam? By no means, but it is an important step in the attack on spam. E-mail publishers
Wat zijn de voordelen van IPVanish ?|
Fri, Oct 17th 2014 2:05p John Willemse
Eén van de bekendste (en oudste) openbare VPN-diensten is IPVanish (https://www.ipvanish.com).
IPVanish laat meerdere gebruikers tegelijkertijd via hetzelfde IP-adres met internet verbinden.
Hierdoor is het ook voor overheidsdiensten niet meer te achterhalen wie wat gedaan heeft op internet. De kosten voor deze dienst bedragen 10 dollar per maand of 78 dollar per jaar (ongeveer 60 euro).
Betalen voor deze dienst is naast vele andere mogelijkheden ook met iDEAL mogelijk. En momenteel gr
Sjoerd *12-10-1993 +10-04-2000|
Sat, Oct 11th 2014 4:05p John Willemse
De dag waarop ik elk jaar
aan je geboorte denk.
Je maakte mij mama
Wat een mooi geschenk.
Nu je er niet meer bent,
Jou verjaardag doet nu weer extra pijn
Toch ben ik dankbaar dat jij er was
en dat jij ons kindje mocht zijn
For Sjoerd our son. *12-10-1993 +10-04-2000|
Fri, Oct 10th 2014 3:25p John Willemse
In these days are answers hard to find, can't just leave these emotions behind. I wonder how it feels to be you, I wonder how it feels to know the truth.
If I could protect you from the start, I would put you deep in my heart. 'cause that's a place where you connot die, and all your tears will be dried.
Why must it be you while you're so small? While the world is so cruel and tall? You don't even have the chance to live
Badkey change from XS4all ISP to Ziggo.100/10 Mbit/s|
Thu, Oct 9th 2014 3:26p John Willemse
On the 28th of october we will change ISP.
New: 100 Mbit/s / 10 Mbit/s Here the tests when on XS4all and the move to Ziggo, soon more.
October 10th. 2014 XS4all http://speedtest6.ziggo.nl/
Extra on XS4all:
The Badkey Team
Badkey on SSL security for SMTP TCP port 465 and Domino methods of spam control|
Sun, Oct 5th 2014 4:05p John Willemse
We just activated the SSL via SMTP. On Badkey Domino 9.
- Google Securing Domino Environments with Transport Layer Security
- Google Transport layer security (TLS) with simple mail transfer protocol (SMTP)
How do you configure Lotus® Domino® for secure SMTP sessions using the STARTTLS extension?
To provide SSL security for SMTP transfers over TCP/IP, Domino supports the use of negotiated SSL. In a negotiated SSL scheme, the sending and receiving hosts
You find some of your servers are still trying to replicate from your Domino Domain?|
Sun, Oct 5th 2014 2:25p John Willemse
Posted under Lotus Domino. Source @marc-bourassa.com This post was written by Marc on May 30, 2008
You find some of your servers are still trying to replicate like crazy with servers you’ve removed from your Domino Domain?
Lotus Notes LogoAnd you’ve removed ALL connection documents that could be causing this and you’ve also gone and removed all traces of the obsolete servers from the events4.nsf database and from the ddm.nsf collection hierarchy? You must be running DDM
Sophos UTM Up2Date 9.207019 package|
Fri, Oct 3rd 2014 4:25p John Willemse
From @download.astaro.com/UTM/v9/virtual_appliance/README.txt (2014-Mar-04 )
Manual Downloads and MD5s can be found at Index of /UTM/v9/up2date/ http://ftp.astaro.de/UTM/v9/up2date/
I run an Astaro Security Gateway (ASG) from Sophos (now called Sophos Unified Threat Management (UTM)) for the bulk of my firewall needs at home. Sophos (and Astaro before them) did a nice thing in allowing Home Users to run the product for up to 50 internal IP addresses for free. You can download the home ver
Badkey migration to Google Apps|
Wed, Oct 1st 2014 4:25p John Willemse
During 16 February 2014 Badkey started Domino 9, now Badkey is running IBM Notes and Domino 9 64 bit.
We have to move to the next stage "Go to Google Apps".
I still have 2 mailboxes that I have to move to Google.
Yep 2 NSF files ,
What migration can I use ? Please e-mail me for a solution at: email@example.com
The Badkey Team
Sophos UTM 9.206-35 Up2Date 9.206035 package|
Fri, Sep 12th 2014 3:05p John Willemse
Firmware version: 9.206-35
We just did the upgrade in the OTAP.
UTM Up2Date 9.206 Released. 10-09-2014 / Eric Bégoc
Up2Date 9.206035 package description:
System will be rebooted
Configuration will be upgraded
Connected RED devices will perform firmware upgrade
Connected Wifi APs will perform firmware upgrade
Enhancement: Web filter allows to define exceptions based on User Agent
Wed, Aug 20th 2014 12:05p John Willemse
Upgrade in de OTAP gedaan naar versie 0.7.18
Latest Version: 0.7.18 — Released: 06-JUL-2014
The Badkey Team
CESA-2014:0981 Important CentOS 6 kernel Update|
Wed, Aug 20th 2014 11:45a John Willemse
We just upgraded OTAP to Centos 6.5 Kernel 2.6.32-431.23.3.el6
Thu Jul 31 19:57:06 UTC 2014
[CentOS-announce] CESA-2014:0981 Important CentOS 6 kernel Update
The Badkey Team
Sophos UTM Up2Date 9.204020 package|
Fri, Aug 1st 2014 9:05a John Willemse
We just did the upgrade. System Version:
Sophos UTM 9.204020
Sophos UTM Home Edition
Free Home Use Firewall is a fully equipped software version of the Sophos UTM firewall, available at no cost for home users – no strings attached.
It features full Network, Web, Mail and Web Application Security with VPN functionality and protects up to 50 IP addresses.
The Sophos UTM Free Home Use firewall contains its own operating system and will overwrite all data on the computer during the ins
FRITZ!OS: New Firmware 6.05|
Thu, May 29th 2014 1:48p John Willemse
A new FRITZ!OS 06.05 is available for your FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7360. You are currently using FRITZ!OS version 06.04.
For information about the new features included in the new FRITZ!OS, go to:
Security: removes possibility for unauthorized access to FRITZ!Box. Please check for important information here: http://www.avm.de/en/Sicherheit
added Dialplan for New Zealand
New with FRITZ!OS 6:
IBM Notes and the Heartbleed Bug.|
Sun, Apr 20th 2014 4:45p John Willemse
IBM Notes & Domino are
not vulnerable to OpenSSL "Heartbleed" bug (CVE-2014-0160)
The Heartbleed Bug
"The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This weakness allows stealing the information protected, under normal conditions, by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the Internet. SSL/TLS provides communication security and privacy over the Internet for applications such as web, email, instant messaging (IM) and some virtual pr
Update CentOS (Linux) Important SSL Security Vulnerability. Fix OpenSSL version 1.0.1g|
Sun, Apr 20th 2014 4:25p John Willemse
On Monday, April 7th 2014, an OpenSSL vulnerability was disclosed which has been called one of the worst security holes in recent internet history. The bug, called the Heartbleed bug, was introduced in OpenSSL version 1.0.1. It has been in the wild since March of 2012 and is patched with OpenSSL version 1.0.1g released on April 7th 2014. OpenSSL Severe Vulnerability in TLS Heartbeat Extension (CVE-2014-0160)
The bug allows any attacker to read the memory of a vulnerable host, which means that
Heartbleed Security Bug fixes for VMware|
Sun, Apr 20th 2014 5:05a John Willemse
19 April, 2014.
It seems to be patch Saturday as today a whole bunch of updates of products were released. All of these updates relate to the heartbleed security bug fix. There is no point in listing every single product as I assume you all know the VMware download page by now, but I do want to link the most commonly used for your convenience:
VMware vCenter Server 5.5 U1a
VCVA 5.5 U1a
VMware vCenter Server 5.5c
ESXi KB:VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201404420-SG
ESXi KB:VMware E
Sophos UTM Up2Date 9.201023 package|
Thu, Apr 10th 2014 4:46p John Willemse
We just did the upgrade.
System Version: Sophos UTM 9.200-11
Official 9.2 GA Release - update from 9.200. Fix: OpenSSL vulnerability: TLS heartbeat read overrun (CVE-2014-0160)
Fix : vpn site2site overwiev is missing ipsec respondOnly connections
Fix : Object Changelog PopUp can not be closed in IE9
Fix : [BETA] RED50 reconnects all the time
Crossware Mail Signature for IBM Domino and Microsoft Exchange|
Thu, Apr 3rd 2014 5:25p John Willemse
Crossware’s Mail Signature is a server based application that automatically adds compliant, personalized, good looking email signatures to all outgoing emails. From now on your emails will be 100% consistent with your corporate image. Your signatures may include legal disclaimers, logos, graphics and even advertising banners.
The signatures are tamper proof and fully configurable for any number of staff or groups. The signatures can include the traditional information like Name &lsq
CentOS alert RHSA-2014-0328. Kernel Update.|
Thu, Apr 3rd 2014 12:25p John Willemse
We just upgraded OTAP to Centos 6.5 Kernel 2.6.32-431.11.2.el6.x86_64 x86_64
Updated kernel packages that fix multiple security issues and several bugs are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
The Red Hat Security Response Team has rated this update as having Important security impact. Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) base scores, which give detailed severity ratings, are available for each vulnerability from the CVE links in the References section.