Month: September 2018

What Really Happens On Your Network? Part Eight

Just last week, we had a post of things people have discovered happening on their networks.  But there is no shortage of these types of posts, so here is another collection of them or you can read previous iterations of these type of posts. Part one: What Really Happens On Your Network? Part two: What…
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2018-09-19 0

What Really Happens On Your Network? Part Seven

We’re back with the latest iteration of users discovering things on their network via Pi-hole.  This post is a compilation of things users have discovered over the past year.  Some were bad, some were interesting, and some were enlightening.  This isn’t the first time we’ve written a post like this, but we will try to go…
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2018-09-14 0

Mitigate A New CERT Vulnerability (#598349) With An Entry In /etc/hosts

There is a new CERT vulnerability that can leave you vulnerable to a Man-in-the-Middle attack.  You can mitigate this vulnerability today by adding these two lines to your /etc/hosts file: 0.0.0.0 wpad wpad.example.com :: wpad wpad.example.com example.com is a stand in for your local domain.  So replace example.com with whatever your local domain is. The essence of this vulnerability…
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2018-09-10 31