Couple of days back, Juniper announced acquisition of Mykonos Software. After reviewing the web site I find that I’m interested in this acquisition as signal of change.
I found this on Cyber Corner blog:
Another missing ASA-feature: telnet and ssh client: “ Every single decent Cisco-device on earth has the ability to make an CLI-user jump to another device with telnet or ssh. Except the ASA. I really wish that this feature could be added. Right now I am troubleshooting a firewall and from where I am right now the only way in is to SSH to the ASA. I can do whatever I want inside the firewall from my SSH-window, but I need to access a router inside of that firewall, and if this feature wasn´t missing i could simply run ‘ssh ip-address’ to jump to the switch´s CLI.
Am I the last CLI-.guy on this planet? Please, Cisco?
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The Cisco C6500 ASA Service Module finally announced. It’s been a long wait, here are my review notes for what little information we have on the product.
Apparently SecureX is “Context Aware Enforcement”. It’s also Cisco’s current security strategy ( is that three or four in the last three years ? ). So it’s something we should probably be aware of. Right ?
I’m coming up with nothing.
I have been looking about for documentation on how to configure TACACS authentication with a Citrix Branch Repeater, however so far I have only been able to find documentation for NetScaler. So I have setup a LAB and decided to write the documentation myself. For those who cannot be bothered to read this post there […]
It’s difficult to a get any documentation from Cisco that confirms the forwarding performance of the ASA firewall. However, once you have got a unit, the “show crypto acclerator statistics” is a handy way to verify and check the hardware performance of your ASA. I think that most of this output is self-explanatory so I’m […]
Cisco announces End Of Life for CS-MARS. Whither goes Cisco’s commitment to Security ?
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Web Application Firewalls, Talking Puppets, ATM to IP migration and Dinky Putt Putt Firewalls.
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Short, sharp and awesome. And covering more about FibreChannel over Token Ring.
Recently, the Security Strategy from Cisco has become vague and ill defined.
We had planned a number of topics this week. Once we started on DDOS we didn’t stop before the time was up.
Quick notes on the Virtual Context licensing requirements when using a Active/Standby (Failover) pair and looking for gotchas and traps.
Google releases Skipfish into open source for automated web security scanning. The fact that this exists is an inditement on IT Security and their failure to address threats.
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The thing about firewalls is that all networks have them. Once, firewall expertise was rare and a special job focus. Now, firewalls are like noses – everyone’s got one.
Cisco has released a new beta of their IPSec VPN client including a 64-bit for Windows.