This looks interesting, need to check the videos.
Thanks @ajin.c for sharing this.
Netdata is a daemon that collects data in realtime (per second) and presents a web site to view and analyze them. The presentation is also real-time and full of interactive charts that precisely render all collected values.
It has been designed to be installed on every system, without disrupting the applications running on it:
It will just use some spare CPU cycles (check Performance). It will use the memory you want it have (check Memory Requirements). Once started and while running, it does not use any disk I/O, apart its logging (check Log Files). Of course it saves its DB to disk when it exits and loads it back when it starts.
You can use it to monitor all your systems and applications. It will run on Linux PCs, servers or embedded devices.
Out of the box, it comes with plugins that collect key system metrics and metrics of popular applications.
Really wanted to share this with all, but image upload doesnt seems to be working.
Have you see this type of cabling? Visited one office and found that this cable is connected from wall jack to an airport extreme, one end to the internet port and the second to the lan port! I have no clue why and how this worked. Something really new to me! :)
Feeling lucky! :)
Got a call from the vendor and he mentioned that there was some confusion about my machine, apparently the mobo and processor replacement was for another customer, and for my machine, it was just adding thermal paste as it was overheating. Got the machine back spending only $40 for checking for 2 days and fixing the issue :) Much better than spending around $500+ for the change. Thank god, machine works fine now, will update my xen and start working on few things.
Researchers crack new version of CryptXXX ransomware. An updated decryptor tool can help users recover files affected by the CryptXXX ransomware program.
Their updated tool is called RannohDecryptor and can be downloaded from the company's support website @ https://support.kaspersky.com/viruses/utility#rannohdecryptor
I was almost at the end of getting the new XPS, just clearing up my old devices (seling some of them and giving out a few to close ones), saw a reddit post about installing Win11 on Surface Pro4.
Thought of checking it (previously I tried the Win11 tool and got the message that it is not compatible).
I cleared my TPM and rebooted once, moved my settings to the windows insiders dev channel and checked for updates. Got the Windows 11 downloaded! :)
While installing, at 35% got a message "What needs your attention" with no other details. The site https://www.howtogeek.com/416169/how-to-fix-what-needs-your-attention-windows-10-setup-errors/ helped me to fix that and get back that error. Now at 41% and hope to get it installed :)
I've checked the xps 13 and thinking of getting it. The one they have here is 16GB 1TB
But at the same time, since I rarely take the device out, also checking for a powerful mini PC
I've been thinking about replacing my existing laptop which is a surface pro 4 I5 8GB 256GB. Most of my use for this machine:
Office 365 Administration
SSH management for some servers
screen recording and video editing for my youtube channels
Almost 95% of my time I dock this laptop connected to 2 24" monitors so I rarely use it as a standalone device, but those times I use as independent laptop, I am a bit bothered about the smaller screen size. Even when I travel, I mostly carry my work laptop outsode home.
A readiness check for Win11, my Surface pro4 is not compatible and I guess its time to change my device.
I am still a bit confused if I need to get a 15" when most times it will be docked and never touched and also looking for recommendations if to choose a new Surface or look at something like a Dell XPS series.
The only catch I could see is the mandatory port 443 as per their site
The majority of work for Link is done with our installer, but there is one bit that will have to be done by you or your network team. Your external firewall will need to route incoming TCP 443 to your PDQ Link server. 443 is the only port SSTP can utilize. This configuration is mandatory to allow your external clients to connect.
If you already have another service on 443 with a public IP, we need to use an additional IP for PDQ link.
That is what inbound proxy servers are for.
digging an older topic as I am testing this now. Regarding inbound proxy
, what would you suggest to be used?
Recently read about a tool called Infection Monkey which is an open source breach and attack simulation (BAS) platform that allows organizations to discover security gaps and fix them.
Github link : https://github.com/guardicore/monkey
Anyone used this? Planning to test this on my lab this weekend