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Lead Image © Natalia Lukiyanova, 123RF.com

Open source intelligence tools for pen testing

Automating the pen test discovery process in the era of IoT, the cloud, and social media.
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Lead Image © Photo by mathyas kurmann Unsplash.com

Setting up and managing IPv6 on Windows Server 2016

Windows Server 2016 automatically prefers IPv6 addresses, if available, but the manual configuration steps differ from IPv4 and necessitate new tools. Here's how to approach IPv6 in your daily admin work.
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Photo by Quino Al on Unsplash

Flatpak, Snap, and AppImage

The Flatpak, Snap, and AppImage package formats work across distributions, but each has its specific disadvantages.
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Lead Image © Fet, Fotolia.com

What's new in SQL Server 2017

Microsoft SQL Server 2017 introduces SQL Server on Linux, along with machine learning services, support for graph data, and on-premises Power BI.
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Lead Image © Stuart Monk, Fotolia.com

Effective debugging of Docker containers

Bugs can live in Docker containers. Read on for tips on how to debug them.
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Photo by Alexander Redl on Unsplash

Persistent volumes for Docker containers

Equip containers with persistent storage using Docker's plugin system.
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Continuous integration with Docker and GitLab

GitLab provides the perfect environment for generating Docker containers that can help you operate critical infrastructure reliably and reproducibly.
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© Maksym Shevchenko, 123rf.com

AWX: Web-Based Console Manager for Ansible

The upstream project of the Ansible Tower enterprise solution is now freely available as AWX. We look at Red Hat’s new web-based console manager for Ansible deployments and discover its capabilities.
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Lead Image © pat138241, 123RF.com

Supporting WebRTC in the enterprise

WebRTC has the potential to bring high-quality, easily developed, and interoperable real-time voice, video, and data communication to all manner of applications in web browsers.
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Malware analysis in the sandbox

In malware analysis, a sandbox can provide insight into the software and its run-time environment. While a sandbox can prevent the execution of malicious code with built-in detection mechanisms, malware developers can use countermeasures to take advantage of those same detection mechanisms.