Log Insight is bundled in multiple ways today. If you wondering if you are entitled to Log Insight with your existing VMware licenses then read on!
In case you missed it, VMware released Log Insight 3.3.2 last Thursday. This maintenance release supports some new license keys and addresses some security issues. Read on to learn more!
WordPress is web software that can be used to create websites, blogs, or applications. It is widely used and as a result often the target of attack by hackers. In order to ensure the integrity of your content, the efficiency of your hardware, and your own privacy, you need to properly harden WordPress. Over the course of several years, I have been constantly enhancing my hardening practices and wanted to share some tips learned along the way. Read on to learn more!
Some people talk about security, many people skimp on security, few do security right. Of course, security has many meanings, but in this post I will be discussing physical and online security of data. With the amount of data available today, it is critical that we all take security seriously. In this post, I would like to talk about some of the security issues I have had in the past and a few of my approaches to ensure better security of my data. Read on to learn more!
I have used the same vim configuration since college and while it works well, it has become very dated. Recently, I decided to overhaul my vim configuration and thought I would share the results. Read on to learn more!
As you may know, the Log Insight UI only allows a maximum of 20K events to be exported at any given time. I often hear the request to export more than 20K events. In this post, I will cover other options that are available today. Read on to learn more!