OBS & KDENLIVE Quickstarts

Part 1: OBS Overview
Part 2: A quick Kdenlive edit

If your organization lacks a formal PR Department, lacks an in-house capability to produce training videos or instructional HOWTO’s, or you would just like the ability to bootstrap some self-promotion through your website or social media, exploring OBS & Kdenlive — two free and open source software projects — might be worthwhile.

I’m not going to lie: It is a challenge ~ but with practice, the skills improve. Maybe results will follow 🙂

Firefox is Rolling-Out DNS-over-HTTPS. Are you ready?

The Monday Morning Pop-Up from Firefox

I was greeted with this unexpected pop-up from Firefox this morning. If you haven’t seen it yet, figure it’s just a matter of time. Listen to the short video for some things you may need to consider, particularly if you’re managing an internal network with DNS services or if you’re using DNS filtering as part of your security plan.

If you need help assessing how the different browsers moving to DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) may impact your organziation or you, visit our contact form and drop us a line!

Smash that Like Button and Ring that Bell! We’re adding video content :-)

OpenVAS installation on Ubuntu 18.04

There are some questions that are going to be asked more than once, and there are some answers you’ll want to work through at your own pace and you’ll want to know that you’re seeing what you’re supposed to be seeing — and maybe anecdotal experience tossed in for good measure will be worthwhile. For those situations, a video is about as close to ideal as is currently possible.

While I’ve personally done my time lecturing from podiums and blackboard, but this… is a little different. Like most things, it’ll take some time and practice — and maybe some better lighting and some acoustic wall treatments — before things are polished. Hopefully the content will carry the effort through until then 🙂

In the meantime, a few private videos have gone out discussing topics of interest including security alerts and commentary to clients who might be affected. So, go ahead and subscribe to the channel for the occasional public release. If you have a question or topic of interest, let us know — maybe we’ll add it to the queue. And if you might benefit from checking off that box of having people keeping up with threat intelligence on your organization’s behalf, visit the contact form and drop us a line!