December 12th, 2018 | 27 mins 28 secs
ceph, christmas, chromium, chromium os, cloud native, cloudevent, cncf, container vulnerability, containers, control plane, crossplane, cve, cve-2018-1002105, devops, elasticsearch, etcd, event driven, faas, gitlab, google, helm, helm hub, holiday, http, ibm, istio, k8s, knative, kube-apiserver, kubecon, kubernetes, metrics, multicloud, networking, openwhisk, rbac, red hat, rook, security, security vulnerability, security.christmas, serverless, storage, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, traefik, websocket
A security vulnerability in Kubernetes causes a big stir, but we’ll break it all down and explain what went wrong.
November 29th, 2018 | 21 mins 17 secs
allan jude, amazon, aws, bgp, devops, dive, docker, evilginx2, fargate, firecracker, kvm, lambda, lsi, mitm, networking, openbgpd, openbsd, proxy, qemu, raid, ripe, rpki, rust, security, sennheiser, serverless, ssl, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, tls, venom, virtual machines, virtualization
We break down Firecracker Amazon’s new open source kvm powered, virtual machine monitor, and explore what makes it different than the options on the market now.
November 22nd, 2018 | 34 mins 55 secs
algo, devops, ipsec, jim salter, linux, networking, private networking, security, ssh, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, vpn, wireguard
WireGuard has a lot of buzz around it and for many good reasons. We’ll explain what WireGuard is specifically, what it can do, and maybe more importantly, what it can’t.
October 4th, 2018 | 34 mins 57 secs
bare metal kubernetes, cloud build, container security, google cloud, iot, kubedirector, kubernetes, kubespy, matt ulasien, ntp, roughtime, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, timekeeping
We bring on our Google Cloud expert and explore the fundamentals, demystify some of the magic, and ask what makes Google Cloud different.
September 27th, 2018 | 23 mins 9 secs
clonezilla, cloudflare, esni, hassh, https, kubeadm, kubernetes, kubernetes the hard way, minikube, salesforce, sni, ssh, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, will boyd
Kubernetes expert Will Boyd joins us to explain the top 3 things to know about Kubernetes, when it’s the right tool for the job, and building highly available production grade clusters.
August 29th, 2018 | 23 mins 53 secs
advanced local procedure call, apache, cloudflare, cloudflare resolver, cve-2018-11776, dns over https, doh, mozilla, netdata, sandboxescaper, struts, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, windows 10, zero-day
To make DNS more secure, we must move it to the cloud! At least that’s what Mozilla and Google suggest. We breakdown DNS-over-HTTPS, why it requires a “cloud” component, and the advantages it has over traditional DNS.
August 16th, 2018 | 32 mins 31 secs
cabot, conpty, cpu, foreshadow, hyperthreading, inprivate, intel, l1 cache, l1 terminal fault, l1tf, meltdown, nagios, page tables, pty, sgx, sms, spectre, speculative execution, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, two factor auth, virtualization, windows, windows console
Microsoft’s making radical changes to Windows 10, and a new type of speculative execution attack on Intel’s processors is targeting cloud providers.
August 10th, 2018 | 29 mins 16 secs
buffer overflow, eric holmes, freebsd, github audit, gitrob, homebrew, linux, segmentsmack, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, trufflehog, uefi remote attack, undersea data center
Take down a Linux or FreeBSD box with just 2kpps of traffic, own Homebrew in 30 minutes, and infiltrate an entire network via the Inkjet printers.
August 2nd, 2018 | 31 mins 56 secs
bgp, cisco, duo security, netspectre, nice, s3, sms, spectre, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, telegram, two-factor authentication, verizon leak
Reddit’s Two Factor procedures fail, while Google’s prevents years of attacks. We’ll look at the different approaches, and discuss the fundamental weakness of Reddit’s approach.
August 1st, 2018 | 29 mins 15 secs
cryptoware, facebook, malware, oom, oomd, open source jobs, out-of-memory, psi, ransomeware, samsam, sysadmin podcast, techsnap
Some new tools will give you better insights into your system under extreme load, and we flash back to the days of AOL and discuss the new way social hackers are spreading malware.