Rob Turner is an avid Debian user as well as many of the derivatives of Debian such as Devuan, Mint, Ubuntu, and Kali. Rob holds a Masters in Information and Communication Sciences as well as several industry certifications from Cisco, EC-Council, ISC2, Linux Foundation, and LPI.
For the readers unfamiliar with the Raspberry Pi, this article is sadly not talking about the eatable kind! Raspberry Pi’s are single board, credit card sized computer made by the Raspberry Pi Foundation in
In a prior article, a firewall solution known as PfSense was discussed. In early 2015 a decision was made to fork PfSense and a new firewall solution called OpnSense was released. OpnSense started it’s
In the data center world, large capacity Storage Area Networks (SAN) have become the minimum standard. As cloud providers and virtualization also continue to make massive impacts in the technology world, the need for
In an earlier article, the installation of the security monitoring system Zone Minder on Debian 9 was covered. The next step in getting Zone Minder working is to configure storage. By default Zone Minder
In an earlier article the installation of a powerful FreeBSD based firewall solution known as pfSense was discussed. pfSense, as mentioned in the earlier article, is a very powerful and flexible firewall solution that
The Internet is a scary place these days. Almost daily, a new zero day, security breach, or ransomware occurs leaving many people wondering if it is possible to secure their systems. Many organizations spends
In an earlier article about installing Devuan Linux, a fresh install of Devuan Linux was installed without a graphical environment for the sole purpose of later installing the Enlightenment desktop environment. Enlightenment was originally