Monthly Archives: March 2016

Apache: Using X-Frame-Options To Evade Click-Jacking

Click-Jacking. It tells you all about it on the Wikipedia article. This posting is about how to avoid security scans telling you to disable click-jacking, if you are using the Apache web server software. If you’re using IIS, you are … Continue reading

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Ransomware for OSX

It turns out that ransomware is no longer just for Windows; OSX has it too. If you use the OSX version of the Transmission Bittorrent client, you may want to check what version you are running because version 2.90 was … Continue reading

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Firewall Vulnerability Alerts

We are just about to enable something that will email people when there is a critical firewall alert relating to an attempted exploit. During normal web browsing activity (although not when the web site is encrypted with¬†https), the firewall keeps … Continue reading

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