According to some tests on SSL Labs Juniper SA appliances (and client software) ARE vulnerable to the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability. This is confirmed by Juniper in this support document. According to Juniper’s support document: PROBLEM: The TLS and DTLS implementations in OpenSSL 1.0.1 before 1.0.1g do not properly handle Heartbeat Extension packets, which allows remote attackers to […]
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Yesterday a lot of attention was created about the latest OpenSSL vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160). This vulnerability exposes a lot of SSL implementations to a great risk because OpenSSL is a very popular SSL implementation and used in a great range of Unix/Linux based application and appliances. Being very busy with Citrix Netscaler lately I immediately recognized the great potential […]
2012 has already started for some days now, So let me summarize 2011 and give you all a glimpse into 2012, without being dramatic about it 2011 was certainly a memorable year. Busy with the preparation for the start up of my Company. Our beautiful daugther was born [March] I totally ruptured my Achilles tendon [April] I quit my Job [April] I […]
OK, No technical blogpost this time, its all about (Nigerian) fraudulent buyers active on 2nd hand websites like marktplaats.nl. This story starts when I decided to create an ad on the dutch 2nd hand website marktplaats.nl when I wanted to sell my DSLR camera. Only few hours after placing the ad I got an reaction […]
Today RES Software launched their RES Virtual Desktop Extender (VDX). The patented product offers companies the unique oppertunity to seamlessly extend the virtual desktop with resources that are available locally (DVD Burner, resource intensive applications) With VDX local and virtual resources are available to the user without having to switch (desktop) session. Visit their website for […]
What an interesting start of the week, today Citrix’s desktop CTO Harry Labana wrote a blog post accusing VMware of lying while refering to a Gartner Report about the TCO of SBC comparing to (un)managed desktops. In this article about VMware’s View, the company refers tho the report and insinuates that VMWare View incorporates SBC technology (which it […]
Last weekend we said goodbye to 2010 and welcomed 2011. I hope that everyone has a very happy, healthy and successful new year. This year I will start up my own business and hopefully participate in several very interesting projects.
One week after passing the RES Workspace Manager Leon also passed the RES Wisdom exam (RWBX-200) and became a RES Wisdom 2009 Certified Professional.
Today Leon displayed his excellent knowlegde of Workspace Manager by passing the RES Workspace Manager exam (RPFBX-300). Although he works with RES products for a long time, he actually never took the time to take the exam. however he was confident of the level of his knowledge the outcome of the exam is alway’s uncertain.