I recently went on a
business trip to install a new Cisco HyperFlex environment at one of our
facilities. I haven’t had to travel as
much as I used to, so I’m a little off my game now. I used to be completely prepared with all of
the equipment a good systems engineer needs on the road. I didn’t do terribly on this trip, but I was
missing a couple of things.
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Well, after updating my system to Windows 8.1, I have discovered that the update seems to have broken my AT&T VPN client. This is what I use to access the network where I work. Everything else about the upgrade went smooth.
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Recently, I’ve had to fight multiple incidents of the CryptoLocker ransom-ware infection in the my corporate infrastructure. As a result I have been researching the threat on my own. I am including a high level overview of the threat and also possible approaches to mitigation of the threat going forward.
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