Comparing Citrix CVE Verification Tool to a one-liner bash script

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Last December NIST announced this vulnerability CVE-2019-19781  and soon after that Citrix published this page CVE-2019-19781 – Vulnerability in Citrix Application Delivery Controller, Citrix Gateway, and Citrix SD-WAN WANOP appliance and released a verification tool supporting clients for finding out if they were vulnerable or not: CVE-2019-19781 – Verification Tool

A verification tool is addressed to an IT specialist who works these solutions and needs to quickly assess if the software or appliance is affected by this vulnerability. Continue reading “Comparing Citrix CVE Verification Tool to a one-liner bash script”

Apache Is A Swiss Army Knife

There are tools that are extremely useful and once configured properly will last a long time with little or no maintenance required at all. Web servers are a common example of tools that come to my mind that can be a swiss-army knife and serve a lot of purposes.

Whether you choose Apache, Nginx or IIS, just to pick some of the most famous ones, it’s very important to know at least most of the features that they offer. So it’s very important to get familiar with at least one of them, reading the documentation and start experimenting a bit.

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Merge All Apache Httpd.Conf with Python

Apache is certainly the most popular web server around, it’s also open-source, multi-platform and serves more than 46% of the websites in the world.

Its success goes back to the mid-90s when Apache was created and the internet started to be used more widely and is evolved to the 2.4 version that we use today. Apache has a lot of features that make the tools valuable and useful.

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