Monthly Archives: June 2014

Threats: Igor the Hacker

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. You may be surprised… Igor the Hacker Igor … 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

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 the impact if one of the threats … 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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