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Tuesday April 24

10:24
The ins and outs of using tmutil to backup, restore...

Since some of the more interesting features of Time Machine Server are gone, let’s talk about doing even more than what was previously available in that interface by using the command line to access Time Machine.

As with any other command, you should probably start by reading the man page. For Time Machine, that would be:

man tmutil

Sometimes, the incantation of the command you’re looking for might even be available at the bottom of the man page. Feel free to use the space bar a few times to skip to the bottom, or q to quit the man interface.

In addition to the man page, there’s a help command, which can be used in conjunction with any of the command verbs (which makes me think of “conjunction junction, what’s your function”). For example, you can tell tmutil to compare backups using the compare verb. To see more on the usage of the compare verb, use tmutil followed by compare (the verb, or action you wish the command to perform), followed by help:...

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Monday April 16

21:38
Enable SSH Access On A Synology

Synology provides SSH access, which allows you to do a number of things you can’t do with the GUI. To enable SSH, simply log in on the Synology and open Control Panel. From the Control Panel, scroll down to “Terminal & SNMP” in the sidebar and check the box for “Enable SSH service” and then click Apply.


The device will then have SSH enabled. Open Terminal on your Mac or Windows device and let’s SSH into the root account of the IP address, done as follows (where 192.168.50.5 is the IP address of your Synology):

ssh root@192.168.50.5

When prompted, enter the same admin password you normally use. You’ll then be at a command prompt in the device, which should look like this:

diskstation>

Now, you can cd around, use ls to view folder contents. Terminal substitutions like !$ and !! won’t work, but you can...

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10:25
TA18-106A: Russian State-Sponsored Cyber Actors...

Original release date: April 16, 2018
Systems Affected

  • Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) Enabled Devices
  • Cisco Smart Install (SMI) Enabled Devices
  • Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Enabled Network Devices

Overview

This joint Technical Alert (TA) is the result of analytic efforts between the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the United Kingdom’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). This TA provides information on the worldwide cyber exploitation of network infrastructure devices (e.g., router, switch, firewall, Network-based Intrusion Detection System (NIDS) devices) by Russian state-sponsored cyber actors. Targets are primarily government and private-sector organizations, critical infrastructure providers, and the Internet service providers (ISPs) supporting these sectors. This report contains technical details on the tactics, techniques, and...

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Sunday April 15

21:42
Sync Cloud Content To Synology

A Synology can act as a local file server that is used to share a folder from a cloud account. You can use accounts with from Backblaze, Google Drive, Amazon, Alibaba, Dropbox, Azure, and others. This means you can use a Synology to provide LAN access to cloud solutions. Before you do, make sure you understand that if changes are made in the cloud and on a client computer at the same time, that you will end up not knowing which is right and so file-locking issues will come up. It’s best to use this strategy for home environments or come up with another mechanism for locking files. 

If you choose to use the sync option, open Package Center and search for Cloud Sync.

Click Install to install the package.
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Saturday April 14

12:21
About the security content of tvOS 11.3

This document describes the security content of tvOS 11.3.

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Thursday April 12

04:00
Backup Macs with Carbonite

Carbonite is a great tool for backing up Macs and Windows devices. To install Carbonite, download it from www.carbonite.com. Once downloaded, copy the app to the /Applications directory and open the app. 

The Carbonite app will then install the components required to support the backup operations and index the drive.

Next, you’ll see some basic folders that will be backed up. Check the box for those you want to add to the backup (or do this later) and click the Install button.
  
Click Open Carbonite.
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Wednesday April 11

17:00
64-bit Transition on macOS

With the recent release of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, the first time users launch an app that does not support 64-bit they will see an alert that the app is not optimized for their Mac.

As a reminder, new apps submitted to the Mac App Store must support 64-bit, and starting June 2018, app updates and existing apps must support 64-bit. If you distribute your apps outside the Mac App Store, we highly recommend distributing 64-bit binaries to make sure your users can continue to run your apps on future versions of macOS.

Learn more about the macOS 64-bit transition

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17:00
64-bit Transition on macOS

With the recent release of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, the first time users launch an app that does not support 64-bit they will see an alert that the app is not optimized for their Mac.

As a reminder, new apps submitted to the Mac App Store must support 64-bit, and starting June 2018, app updates and existing apps must support 64-bit. If you distribute your apps outside the Mac App Store, we highly recommend distributing 64-bit binaries to make sure your users can continue to run your apps on future versions of macOS.

Learn more about the macOS 64-bit transition

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04:00
DNS: Install BIND on macOS

The DNS service in macOS Server was simple to setup and manage. It’s a bit more manual in macOS without macOS Server. The underlying service that provides DNS is Bind. Bind will require a compiler to install, so first make sure you have the Xcode command line tools installed. To download Bind, go to ISC at https://www.isc.org/downloads/. From there, copy the installer locally and extract the tar file. Once that’s extracted, run the configure from within the extracted directory:

./configure --enable-symtable=none --infodir="/usr/share/info" --sysconfdir="/etc" --localstatedir="/var" --enable-atomic="no" --with-gssapi=yes --with-libxml2=no

Next, run make:

make

Then run make install:

make install

Now download a LaunchDaemon plist (I just stole this from the org.isc.named.plist on a macOS Server, which can be found...

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Tuesday April 10

09:46
Use Backblaze to Backup Mac

Backblaze is a great cloud and on-prem backup tool for Mac and Windows. You can download Backblaze at 
https://secure.backblaze.com/download.htm. Once downloaded, extract the DMG and open the Backblaze Installer. 

At the Installer screen, enter your existing credentials or create a new account and click Install Now.

The drive will then be analyzed for backup.

By default, once the analysis is complete, the computer will immediately start backing up to the Backblaze cloud. Let’s click on the...

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Monday April 9

19:35
Use colrm to remove columns from a text file in bash

The colrm command is a simple little command that removes columns from standard input before displaying them on the screen (or piping the text into another file). To use, simply cat a file and then pipe it to colrm followed by the start and then stop in $1 and $2. For example, the following would only list the first column of a text file called testfile:

cat testfile | colrm 2

Not providing a second column in the above command caused only the first column to be displayed to the screen. You could pipe all but the second and third columns of a file to another file called testfile2 using the following:

cat testfile | colrm 2 3 > testfile2

The post Use colrm to remove columns from a text file in bash appeared first on krypted.com.

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19:23
Quickly read the length of a string in bash

Quick little script to read the length of a string:

#!/bin/bash
echo "Enter some text"
read mytext
length=${#mytext}
echo $length

The post Quickly read the length of a string in bash appeared first on krypted.com.

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09:02
About the security content of iOS 11.2

This document describes the security content of iOS 11.2.

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04:00
Add Antivirus To Your Synology

It’s not likely that your Synology is going to get infected with a virus of some kind. It’s also not likely that, if you’re switching to Synology from a macOS Server, that most of your clients will get infected or be using infected files. But you probably have that one Windows accounting machine in the back of the office. So you should scan your Synology routinely. To do so, Synology provides a clamav bundle, much like what I usually told people to use on macOS file servers.

To install antivirus on your Synology, open Package Center and search for antivirus. Click on Antivirus Essential and then click on Install.  

Once installed, open Antivirus Essential from the Main Menu. From here, you can...

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Sunday April 8

19:09
About the security content of Safari 11.0.2

This document describes the security content of Safari 11.0.2.

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04:00
Backup Mobile Devices To Synology With Acronis True...

You can backup a Synology in a number of ways. Even if you have a local backup, you should have a backup offsite. Here, we’ll walk through backing up a Synology using Acronis True Image. Before doing so, it’s worth noting that the only things backed up this way are the ones that are by default accessible through an app, and that you’ll have to give access to each of those entitlements in order for the backup to run. These include Contacts, Photos, Videos, Calendars, and Reminders.

To get started, first go to the Package Center on a Synology. Then, search for Acronis.

At the listing for Acronis True Image, click Install. Once installed, make sure you’re accessing your Synology through the web interface directly rather than through QuickConnect. This would be http://:5000. From there, open the Main Menu and then open Acronis True...

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Saturday April 7

14:49
Backup A Mac With Acronis True Image

Acronis True Image is a cloud-based backup solution. Acronis True Image is available at 

https://www.acronis.com/en-us/support/trueimage/2018mac/. To install, download it and then open the zip. 

Drag the Acronis True Image application to your /Applications directory. Then open Acronis True Image from /Applications. The first time you open it, you’ll be prompted to access the licensing agreement.

Once accepted, you’ll be prompted to create an account with Acronis. Provide your credentials or enter new ones to create a trial account. 
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Friday April 6

11:57
Migrate From macOS To A Synology Based VPN

Synology is able to do everything a macOS Server could do, and more. So if you need to move your VPN service, it’s worth looking at a number of different solutions. The most important question to ask is whether you actually need a VPN any more. If you have git, mail/groupware, or file services that require remote access then you might want to consider moving these into a hosted environment somewhere. But if you need access to the LAN and you’re a small business without other servers, a Synology can be a great place to host your VPN services. 

Before you setup anything new, first snapshot your old settings. Let’s grab  which protocols are enabled, running the following from Terminal:

sudo serveradmin settings vpn:Servers:com.apple.ppp.pptp:enabled

sudo serveradmin settings vpn:Servers:com.apple.ppp.l2tp:enabled

Next, we’ll get the the IP ranges used so we can mimic those (or change them) in the new service:

sudo serveradmin settings vpn:Servers:com...

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Thursday April 5

07:49
Install Directory Services on a Synology

People who have managed Open Directory and will be moving to Synology will note that directory services really aren’t nearly as complicated was we’ve made them out to be for years. This is because Apple was protecting us from doing silly things to break our implementations. It was also because Apple bundled a number of seemingly disparate technologies into ldap. It’s worth mentioning that LDAP on a Synology is LDAP. We’re not federating services, we’re not kerberizing services, we’re not augmenting schemas, etc. We can leverage the directory service to provide attributes though, and have that central phone book of user and group memberships we’ve come to depend on directory services to provide.

To get started, open the Package Center and search for Directory. Click Install for the Directory Server and the package will be installed on the Synology.
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Wednesday April 4

08:00
Apple Pay Has Expanded to Brazil

You can now support Apple Pay for your customers in Brazil, providing an easy and secure way for them to pay within your apps and websites.

Learn more about Apple Pay.

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08:00
Apple Pay Has Expanded to Brazil

You can now support Apple Pay for your customers in Brazil, providing an easy and secure way for them to pay within your apps and websites.

Learn more about Apple Pay.

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04:00
Export data from Open Directory for migrating users...

Before we have this conversation, I want to give you some bad news. Your passwords aren’t going to migrate. The good news is that you only do directory services migrations every decade or two. The better news is that I’m not actually sure you need a directory service in the traditional sense that you’ve built directory services. With Apple’s Enterprise Connect and Nomad, we no longer need to bind in order to get Kerberos functionality. With MCX long-dead(ish) you’re now better off doing policies through configuration profiles. 

So where does that leave us? There are some options.

  • On Prem Active Directory. I can setup Active Directory in about 10 minutes. And I can be binding Mac clients to it. They’ll get their Kerberos TGTs and authenticate into services and the 90s will be as alive on your server as they are in Portland. Here’s the thing, and I kinda’ hate to say it, but no one ever got fired for doing things the old reliable way. 
  • OpenLDAP. There are...

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Tuesday April 3

13:26
Episode 73 of the MacAdmins Podcast: Graykey and...

Monday April 2

06:43
Jamf Freshdesk Plugin

Ever wanted to be able to view devices from your Jamf server from within your Freshdesk environment? Well, I just posted a new integration on the Jamf Marketplace just for Freshdesk.

This plugin will display a search bar on the right side of the screen. Enter a serial number to find your devices. If a match is found, you’ll see information on the device (note: this is up on GitHub so you can change what fields you see).

If you don’t find anything that matches a given pattern, you’ll get an error.
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04:00
Skip that privacy screen in MacOS

There’s a new MDM option to skip the privacy screen at setup for Mac. But, you can also skip that screen programmatically. Do so by sending a DidSeePrivacy boolean key into com.apple.SetupAssistant. This could be done via an MDM or through a simple defaults command, as follows:

defaults write com.apple.SetupAssistant DidSeePrivacy -bool TRUE

Note: Since writing this, Rich Trouton has published a script that includes the other options at https://github.com/rtrouton/rtrouton_scripts/tree/master/rtrouton_scripts/disable_apple_icloud_data_privacy_diagnostic_and_siri_pop_ups.

The post Skip that privacy screen in MacOS appeared first on krypted.com.

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Sunday April 1

04:00
Lecture Your Sudoers

/etc/Sudoers is a file that controls what happens when you use sudo. /etc/sudo_lecture is a file that Apple includes in macOS that tells your users that what they’re about to do is dangerous. You can enable a lecture, which will be displayed each time sudo is invoked. To turn on the lecture option in sudo, open /etc/sudoers and add the following two lines (if they’re not already there):

Defaults lecture=always
Defaults lecture_file = “/etc/sudo_lecture”

Then save the file and edit /etc/sudo_lecture. Apple has kindly included the following
Warning: Improper use of the sudo command could lead to data loss or the deletion of important system files. Please double-check your typing when using sudo. Type “man sudo” for more information. To proceed, enter your password, or type Ctrl-C to abort.Let’s change this to:
Hack the planet.
Now save and open a new Terminal screen. Run sudo bash and viola, you will get your new message. Enjoy.

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Saturday March 31

08:00
Install DNS Services on Synology

DNS is an integral service to most modern networks. The Domain Name System, or DNS is comprised of hierarchical and decentralized Domain Name Servers, or DNS Servers. This is how we connect to computers and the websites that reside on computers by their names, rather than having to memorize the IP addresses of every single computer out there. So you get to type krypted.com and come to my website instead of typing the IP address. Or more likely, Facebook.com, but just because my website is older, I’m not mad about that. No really…

So you have a macOS Server and you need to take your DNS records out of it and move them to another solution. Luckily, DNS on any operating system is one of the easiest to manage. So let’s start by dumping all of our DNS records:

/Applications/Server.app/Contents/ServerRoot/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/DNSManager.framework/dnsconfig list

ACLs:
    com.apple.ServerAdmin.DNS.public
Options:
    directory: /Library/...

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04:00
Install the RADIUS Server on a Synology

Don’t let the name fool you, RADIUS, or Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service is more widely used today than ever before. This protocol enables remote access to servers and networks and is frequently a fundamental building block of VPNs, wireless networks and other high-security services that have nothing to do with dialup bulletin boards from the 80s. 

I’ve run RADIUS services on Mac servers for years. But as that code starts to become stale and no longer supported, let’s look at running a basic RADIUS service on a network appliance, such as a Synology. To get started, open Package Manager, click All in the sidebar and then search for RADIUS. 

Click Install for the RADIUS service.

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Friday March 30

21:58
Apple Releases Service Migration Guide for macOS...

Apple won’t be keeping all of the services in macOS Server after the next few months. In the meantime, we have a big old guide to read. I have some overlapping articles I’ve been working on, but I’d say we’re in a similar headspace. The Apple macOS Server Services Migration Guide is available at https://developer.apple.com/support/macos-server/macOS-Server-Service-Migration-Guide.pdf and covers bind, vpnd, freeradius, manual netinstall with bootp and tftp, apache, wordpress, CalendarServer, and ftp. It’s pretty technical, but nothing too crazy in there!

Overall, an easy read and I’m glad to see some content coming out to help admins!

The post...

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21:58
Apple Releases Service Migration Guide for macOS...

Apple won’t be keeping all of the services in macOS Server after the next few months. In the meantime, we have a big old guide to read. I have some overlapping articles I’ve been working on, but I’d say we’re in a similar headspace. The Apple macOS Server Services Migration Guide is available at https://developer.apple.com/support/macos-server/macOS-Server-Service-Migration-Guide.pdf and covers bind, vpnd, freeradius, manual netinstall with bootp and tftp, apache, wordpress, CalendarServer, and ftp. It’s pretty technical, but nothing too crazy in there!

Overall, an easy read and I’m glad to see some content coming out to help admins!

The post...

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21:30
Export DNS Records from macOS Server

DNS is an integral service to most modern networks. The Domain Name System, or DNS is comprised of hierarchical and decentralized Domain Name Servers, or DNS Servers. This is how we connect to computers and the websites that reside on computers by their names, rather than having to memorize the IP addresses of every single computer out there. So you get to type krypted.com and come to my website instead of typing the IP address. Or more likely, Facebook.com, but just because my website is older, I’m not mad about that. No really…

So you have a macOS Server and you need to take your DNS records out of it and move them to another solution. Luckily, DNS on any operating system is one of the easiest to manage. So let’s start by dumping all of our zone records and settings using the dnsconfig command:

/Applications/Server.app/Contents/ServerRoot/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/DNSManager.framework/dnsconfig list

ACLs:
com.apple.ServerAdmin.DNS.public
...

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21:30
Export DNS Records from macOS Server

DNS is an integral service to most modern networks. The Domain Name System, or DNS is comprised of hierarchical and decentralized Domain Name Servers, or DNS Servers. This is how we connect to computers and the websites that reside on computers by their names, rather than having to memorize the IP addresses of every single computer out there. So you get to type krypted.com and come to my website instead of typing the IP address. Or more likely, Facebook.com, but just because my website is older, I’m not mad about that. No really…

So you have a macOS Server and you need to take your DNS records out of it and move them to another solution. Luckily, DNS on any operating system is one of the easiest to manage. So let’s start by dumping all of our zone records and settings using the dnsconfig command:

/Applications/Server.app/Contents/ServerRoot/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/DNSManager.framework/dnsconfig list

ACLs:
com.apple.ServerAdmin.DNS.public
...

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12:00
Allowing Users to Manage their Data in iCloud

The European Union’s upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may impact the way you currently let your users manage their data. Learn how to provide ways for your users to manage their data stored in iCloud, including the ability to temporarily deactivate or restrict access, delete, or get a copy of their data.

Learn more

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12:00
Allowing Users to Manage their Data in iCloud

The European Union’s upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may impact the way you currently let your users manage their data. Learn how to provide ways for your users to manage their data stored in iCloud, including the ability to temporarily deactivate or restrict access, delete, or get a copy of their data.

Learn more

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12:00
Allowing Users to Manage their Data in iCloud

The European Union’s upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may impact the way you currently let your users manage their data. Learn how to provide ways for your users to manage their data stored in iCloud, including the ability to temporarily deactivate or restrict access, delete, or get a copy of their data.

Learn more

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09:58
Learn about simplified data entry in Numbers for iOS

Numbers for iOS formats data based on what you enter. Learn how to change the format and enter data with the keyboard.

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04:00
Install Web Services on a Synology

Web services was always easy to install on macOS Server and it’s no different on a Synology. To do so, open Package Manager from the home screen.

Click All in the sidebar and enter web into the search box.

Click Web Station.

Click Install. This installs a few dependencies. Click Open once the install is finished.

Click General Settings. Note that the default web server is Nginx. You can install Apache and then Apache will be available in the HTTP back-end server list. If you’ll be using a different service (Apache) then do the switch before you...

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Thursday March 29

20:42
Install WordPress on a Synology

Earlier, I wrote an article on how to export data from the macOS Wiki Service. But now that you have your data in a file, where are you going to import it into. Well, you could do some kind of custom hosting service. Or if you want to run your own server, you could use a Synology. Synology makes installing WordPress a snap. To get started, first open Package Manager. From Package Manager, search for WordPress.

Click Install.

Click Yes to install the dependencies.

Enter a...

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16:09
About the security content of macOS High Sierra 10....

This document describes the security content of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, Security Update 2018-002 Sierra, and Security Update 2018-002 El Capitan.

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09:08
About the security content of iOS 11.3

This document describes the security content of iOS 11.3.

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08:56
About the security content of iTunes 12.7.4 for...

This document describes the security content of iTunes 12.7.4 for Windows.

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Wednesday March 28

15:49
New Page Explaining Apple MDM Even Further

Apple has published a new page that goes through all of the settings and commands available via MDM and explains many in much more detail. This is available at http://help.apple.com/deployment/mdm/. The new guide is a great addition to the work @Mosen has done at https://mosen.github.io/profiledocs/ in terms of explaining what each setting, command, and payload do. And let’s not forget the definitive MDM protocol reference guide, available at https://developer.apple.com/library/content/documentation/Miscellaneous/Reference/MobileDeviceManagementProtocolRef/1-Introduction/Introduction.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/TP40017387-CH1-SW1

Overall, I’m excited to see so much information...

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Tuesday March 27

15:00
TA18-086A: Brute Force Attacks Conducted by Cyber...

Original release date: March 27, 2018
Systems Affected

Networked systems

Overview

According to information derived from FBI investigations, malicious cyber actors are increasingly using a style of brute force attack known as password spraying against organizations in the United States and abroad.

On February 2018, the Department of Justice in the Southern District of New York, indicted nine Iranian nationals who were associated with the Mabna Institute for computer intrusion offenses related to activity described in this report. The techniques and activity described herein, while characteristic of Mabna actors, are not limited solely to use by this group.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are releasing this Alert to provide further information on this activity.

Description

In a traditional brute-force attack, a malicious actor attempts to gain unauthorized...

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11:59
Use the object list to manage objects on Keynote...

Learn how to use the object list to select objects, move up and down in the layering order, group, or delete them.

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Wednesday March 14

18:02
About the security content of iTunes 12.7.2 for...

This document describes the security content of iTunes 12.7.2 for Windows.

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18:01
About the security content of macOS High Sierra 10....

This document describes the security content of macOS High Sierra 10.13.2, Security Update 2017-002 Sierra, and Security Update 2017-005 El Capitan.

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Monday March 5

05:26
Stuck in the past? Your time may get warped, too

If the recent kerfluffle among autopkg folks (over GitHub shutting off TLS less-than 1.2) is any indication, a lot of people are still on 10.12.6. If I may editorialize for a second, this is probably contributed to by Apple’s less-than-ideal planning, execution, and communication around the High Sierra release.

What makes me come out of an unintentional blogging sabbatical to talk about 10.12? Well, a pretty widespread issue we saw is time went out of sync all of a sudden recently, across a bunch of networks and even with a known-good image. NTP as a protocol is supposed to be lossy and expensive, so it should be resilient to failure to the point that you may not notice it skewing for quite some time, and querying it even shows a ‘resolution’ or tolerance that is measured across the various command line tools in 5+ digits/decimal places. Some implementations can’t even correct themselves if you’re off by greater...

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Wednesday February 28

14:01
Logic Pro X 10.4 release notes

Learn about Logic Pro X 10.4. 

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Wednesday February 14

12:14
About the security content of macOS High Sierra 10.13

This document describes the security content of macOS High Sierra 10.13.

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12:12
About the security content of Safari 11

This document describes the security content of Safari 11.

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Thursday February 1

18:24
Use the Home app on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

With the Home app, you can securely control the products you use in your home—all from your iOS device.

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Monday May 3

09:17
iPad: How to transfer or sync content to your...
 

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The land of Thoria has been beset by the evil Darkness, and it’s up to you to save it. In Quest to be King, you’ll sort out match-3 puzzles with an RPG twist to combat the encroaching forces of darkness while juggling your armies and supporting... | Read more »
Oddmar (Games)
Oddmar 1.0.3 Device: iOS Universal Category: Games Price: $4.99, Version: 1.0.3 (iTunes) Description: Oddmar struggles with life in his village and is not worthy of a place in Valhalla. He is shunned by his fellow Vikings and must... | Read more »
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The best games for iPhone - The definiti...
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