Monthly Archives: June 2014

Threats: Igor the Hacker

The previous post explored different types of threats. Now that we’ve taken a look at what some of the threats are, let’s look at who might be behind these threats. One goal is to determine who the greatest threat is. … Continue reading

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Using OpenLMI to join a machine to a FreeIPA domain

Stephen Gallagher has published an article on how to use OpenLMI to join a FreeIPA domain. The article is available on his blog at sgallagh.wordpress.com As Stephen notes: “Traditionally, enrolling a system has been a “pull” operation, where an admin … Continue reading

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Threats

The previous article looked at operational integrity. Let’s shift back to a security discussion and take a look at threats. Any intelligent discussion of threats starts out by looking at what you are protecting, how it can be threatened, and … Continue reading

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OpenLMI Ships in RHEL 7

RHEL 7, the latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, was announced today with immediate availability. OpenLMI is included in RHEL 7 – in fact, it was identified in the announcement keynote as one of the key new technologies in … Continue reading

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New OpenLMI Web Site

I usually hate announcements  of web site redesigns – “to enhance readability  we have moved to Pretentious_Obscure_Font and changed the borders”… But I think you will like what we’ve done at http://www.openlmi.org. First, we’ve totally redone the site navigation. There … Continue reading

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OpenLMI on YouTube

For your entertainment and amusement, Russell Doty and Stephen Gallagher have done a reprise of their Red Hat Summit presentation on OpenLMI and posted it to YouTube. These videos answer some of the most common questions we hear about OpenLMI: … Continue reading

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