February 21st, 2020 | 29 mins 36 secs
18.04, 18.04.4, a cloud guru, arc, benchmarks, cache, caching, clear linux, clear linux os, devops, filesystems, hamr, hard drives, hardware enablement, hdd, intel, jupiter broadcasting, l2arc, latency, linux, linux academy, linux desktop, lru, lts, maintenance release, mamr, microsoft, mobaxterm, performance, seagate, smr, storage, swupd, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, throughput, ubuntu, western digital, wifi, windows, wsl, zfs, zfs on linux, zol
We explore the potential of heat-assisted magnetic recording and get excited about a possibly persistent L2ARC.
February 7th, 2020 | 23 mins 37 secs
3gpp, 5g, a cloud guru, apple, aslr, automation, blink, browser wars, buffer overflow, cacheout, chrome, chromium, cloud, crypto, cryptography, devops, edge, edgium, failover, firefox, intel, ios, jason donenfeld, jupiter broadcasting, let's encrypt, linux, linux 5.6, linux academy, lte, microsoft, mobile, monitoring, mptcp, multipath tcp, nagios, networking, open standards, poly1305, sgx, speculative execution, ssl, stack canary, stack smashing, sysadmin podcast, teams, techsnap, tls, tsx, ubuntu 20.04, virtualization, vpn, wireguard, world wide web, zombieload
We take a look at a few exciting features coming to Linux kernel 5.6, including the first steps to multipath TCP.
January 24th, 2020 | 25 mins 9 secs
2600, a cloud guru, apollo, arm, bsd, captain crunch whistle, certificate validation, crypt32.dll, cryptoapi spoofing, cryptography, crystal method, cve-2020-0601, devops, ecc, elliptic curve cryptography, eternalblue, firewall, firewall appliance, hacking, iptables, john draper, jupiter broadcasting, linux, linux academy, microsoft, mitm, moon, nasa, national security administration, netgate, netgear, networking, nmap, nsa, opnsense, patch tuesday, patching, pf, pfsense, phreaking, quindar, quindar tones, rdp, rdp client, rdp gateway, routing, security, security gateway, space, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, telephony, unix, vpn, vulnerability, windows, windows 10, windows update, x86
We explore the latest round of Windows vulnerabilities and Jim shares his journey adding OPNsense to his firewall family.
January 10th, 2020 | 24 mins 10 secs
4g, 5g, broadband, c, canonical, cell phones, clang, compilers, debian, devops, fr1, fr2, gcc, gnu, init system, jupiter broadcasting, kernel development, linux, linux kernel, llvm, lte, michael larabel, mmwave, mobile, netplan, networking, phoronix, south korea, systemd, systemd-networkd, systems programming, techsnap, telephony, ubuntu, unity, wireless
Compiling the Linux kernel with Clang has never been easier, so we explore this alternative compiler and what it brings to the ecosystem.
November 15th, 2019 | 27 mins 56 secs
archival, business, chromium, cloud key, cold storage, communication, devops, glass, jupiter broadcasting, linux, long term storage, microsoft, microsoft edge, microsoft ignite, open source, optical media, optical storage, parity, project silica, security camera, superman, techsnap, telemetry, the mote in god's eye, ubiquiti, unifi, unifi controller, video, wifi, zfs
Ubiquiti's troublesome new telemetry, Jim's take on the modern Microsoft, and why Project Silica just might be the future of long term storage.
September 6th, 2019 | 29 mins 38 secs
amd, android, app security, apple, benchmarks, cpu load balancing, devops, epyc, exploit chain, exploit market, google, ios, ipc, iphone, jailbreak, jupiter broadcasting, libxpc, linux, malware, mobile, mobile apps, mobile security, numa, open source, privilege escalation, project zero, security, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, thunderbolt, usb, usb power delivery, usb-c, usb4, v4l2, video4linux, webkit, zeroday, zerodium
We take a look at a few recent zero-day vulnerabilities for iOS and Android and find targeted attacks, bad assumptions, and changing markets.
June 23rd, 2019 | 43 mins 33 secs
backdoor, crypto, cryptocurrency, device removal, devops, dram, ecc, encryption, firefox, freebsd, linux, memory, mozilla, mss, networking, openzfs, ping of death, ram, rambleed, raw send, rowhammer, sack panic, sandbox, sandbox escape, security, ssd, targeted attack, tcp, techsnap, trim, zero day, zfs
A new vulnerability may be the next 'Ping of Death'; we explore the details of SACK Panic and break down what you need to know.
May 10th, 2019 | 46 mins 32 secs
availability, cryptography, devops, dhcp, disaster recovery, ethernet, firewall, high availability, ipsec, kubernetes, layer 3, lfnw, linux, mesh network, openvpn, quantum computers, reliability, router, rpo, rto, security, simplicity, ssh, subspace, switch, sysadmin podcast, tcp, techsnap, tinc, tunnel, udp, vlan, vpn, wintun, wireguard, zinc
We’re back from LinuxFest Northwest with an update on all things WireGuard, some VLAN myth busting, and the trade-offs of highly available systems.
April 11th, 2019 | 47 mins 35 secs
ashift, backups, cddl, checksum, copy on write, copyleft, data integrity, devops, ecc, filesystems, freebsd, gpl, hard disks, hard drives, iops, linux, openzf s, raid, raidz, snapshots, solaris, ssd, sun microsystems, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, throughput, ubuntu, vdez, zfs, zfs on linux, zfs on root, zol
Jim and Wes sit down to bust some ZFS myths and share their tips and tricks for getting the most out of the ultimate filesystem.
March 28th, 2019 | 32 mins 33 secs
asus, asus live update firmware, asus malware, backdoor, badusb, bios, c runtime, cccleaner, command and control server, compiler, devops, fwupd, gigabyte, hardware manufacturers, intel management engine, ken thompson, linux, linux vendor firmware service, mac address, machine learning, malware, microcontroller, node, npm, package managers, pypi, python, reflections on trusting trust, shadowhammer, shadowpad, ssd firmware, supply chain, supply chain attacks, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, uefi, unsupervised learning, windows
We break down the ASUS Live Update backdoor and explore why these kinds of supply chain attacks are on the rise.