It's about time we stopped buying into the propaganda phrase "ad blockers", and started calling user-protection tools like #uBlockOrigin and #NoScript what they are; spy blockers. If I display ads on my website using HTML and CSS, spy blockers won't block those. As far as they know, the text, images, audio, or video that make up the ads could be anything. So what's really being blocked is not ads, but tracking. Thanks to the authors of this site, for pointing this out:
Now reading: Threat Hunting via #DNS https://www.sans.org/webcasts/downloads/114180/slides
DNS logs are one of the most powerful threat hunting resources, but encryption is rapidly changing that equation.
Key DNS threat hunting techniques include detecting DNS tunneling and DGAs. It used to be simple(r): log DNS requests and responses on DNS forwarders, or sniff and analyze via tools like Zeek.
DNS over TLS (DoT) and DNS over HTTPS (DoH) are disrupting the status quo: where does that leave network defenders?
More productivity while still protecting privacy: We announced a priority inbox in Mail and on the same day the @ubuntu appliance portfolio made installing and maintaining #Nextcloud super easy! Woohoo! 🎉 Read more!
Microsoft copied its new Windows Package Manager from rival AppGet, claims developer https://www.theverge.com/2020/5/28/21272964/microsoft-winget-windows-package-manager-appget-copied
We just recieved our first #RaspberryPi4 with 8GB RAM and did our first test.
We are pleased to say that we support the 8 GB RAM model on our default rpi4 images and from the Installer.
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