This article continues from Part 2 – Replica Sets and Scaling. Our objective in this article is to get an application exposed to the wider network on an IP address of the host and a port of our choice. The IP address will be “10.0.0.210” and our port of choiceRead more
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This article continues from Part 1 – Installation and configuration. We can create a replica set (replicateset) or “rs” for short, so we can scale an application to meet demand. Create a file on the Kubernetes host called “my-rep-set.yaml” and populate it with the following: Tip: This is just anRead more
This article walks you through the process of installing the minimal Kubernetes environment on Ubuntu 20.04. Kubernetes comes in two forms; a single node cluster and a multi-node cluster. In this walk through, we’ll be using the single node cluster called MicroK8s. I suggest starting with a Ubuntu 20.04 serverRead more
This article explains how to solve the issue of FreeRADIUS certificates expiring. In this example, we’re using CentOS 7 but the same should work on any Linux provided the paths are the same. The following commend errors due to a certificate expiring. systemctl restart freeradius SO we need to re-generateRead more
Your Git repo doesn’t need to be on Bitbucket or Github. You can very easily host a repository on your own systems. This article demonstrates this. We’re using CentOS here but any Linux OS should work. You just need the “git” package. As always, we’d love to read your comments.Read more
This article is focused on generating a CSR file, submitting it to a CA and using the resulting Certificate on Linux with Apache, Nginx and/or IIS on Windows. The Windows related steps continue on from the work required to get the Certificate ready for Linux. In other words, regardless ofRead more
This article demonstrates how to install the new Tsunami vulnerability scanner on a Redhat-like machine such as Fedora or CentOS 8 and how to use it including an example script to scan multiple targets or subnets. Install Java: yum install java-*-openjdk-devel Download the Tsunami ZIP from here: https://github.com/google/tsunami-security-scanner/archive/master.zip Extract theRead more
This article explains how to install OpenVAS on Kali Linux. The difference between this method and others is the switch from “openvas” to “gvm” for naming/marketing. As you might have seen, I’ve written several articles on installing and using OpenVAS on CentOS. Don’t do it. Don’t go through the painRead more
This article demonstrates how to crack a wireless network using the AirCrack-NG suite. Note that this will only work with WPA/WPA2 PSK wireless networks. That’s the limits of this generation of the AirCrack-NG suite. Only do this on a network that you own or are responsible for and have permissionRead more
This article is quick walk-through explaining how to install Bitwarden on Fedora 32 but should work on CentOS 7 and 8 as well as RHEL. Install the docker packages: yum install docker docker-compose systemctl enable docker systemctl restart docker Download the Bitwarden scripts: curl -Lso bitwarden.sh https://go.btwrdn.co/bw-sh chmod +x bitwarden.shRead more