This blog post came after a quick chat with a friend about DNS. I usually participate in meetups and blog about anything I came across. I decided to blog about DNS records for my own references. So, DNS records are used with DNS which contains data that are requested byRead More →

The last cyberstorm.mu event was on OpenSource licensing with Dr. Till Jaeger at Flying Dodo, Bagatelle Mall Mauritius. We discussed several issues concerning cybersecurity laws, trademarks, OpenSource licensing issues etc.. Dr. Till Jaeger appreciated the meetup and encouraged us to evangelize more on OpenSource. The event was organized by LoganadenRead More →

You might be seeing a huge crowd of system administrators and Devops rushing to update their servers immediately due to the security flaws detected on Glibc. This security leak is identified as skeleton key under CVE-2015-7547: glibc getaddrinfo stack-based buffer overflow. What is most sour to taste is where the GlibcRead More →