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OpenBSD: WireGuard Server

This is a brief tutorial to set up a WireGuard® service in OpenBSD... [Read More]

#OpenBSD #WireGuard #VPN #security #hardening

Port-based Network Access Control (802.1X)

IEEE 802.1X is a Port-based Network Access Control (PNAC). Despite the fact that the port is usually considered a physical interface of an access switch in local area networks (LANs), the PNAC method aka 802.1X can be efficiently utilised in local wireless networks (WLANs or Wi-Fi)... [Read More]

#IEEE #802.1X #NAC #security #EAP #AAA

Currently Known Vulnerabilities of the Transport Layer Security

An attempt to provide a comprehensive overview of known vulnerabilities and recommended parameters for deployment of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) respectively... [Read More]

#TLS #SSL #security #RSA #Diffie-Hellman

Transport Layer Security Deep Dive

An attempt to provide a comprehensive overview of function, development and recommended parameters for deployment of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) respectively... [Read More]

#TLS #SSL #security #RSA #Diffie-Hellman

OpenBSD: OpenSSH with Two-Factor Authentication

The OpenSSH daemon is targeted by brute-force attacks almost everyday. There are various ways to deal with the annoying attempts of unauthorised access, such as using certificates, one of which is multi-factor authentication. Here are some thoughts to set this up in the realm of OpenBSD... [Read More]

#OpenBSD #security #sshd #OpenSSH #two-factor #authentication #certificates #hardening

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