SSLv3 and securing against Poodle

If you are using SSL in your web server, you probably want to read this. Google recently published details about an attack that targets SSLv3. The exploit first allows attackers to initiate a “downgrade dance” that tells the client that the server doesn’t support the more secure TLS (Transport Layer Security) protocol and forces it… Continue reading SSLv3 and securing against Poodle

External MX Records

I see this particular problem about once or twice a day it seems and probably have for as long as I've worked at Rimu. Sometimes customers opt to have their email handled via a 3rd party mail service (google apps, for example).  If the hostname of your server is example.com and you're trying to send… Continue reading External MX Records

Spam Addresses

I hate spam.  I really hate spam.  I guess everybody can relate to that.  I not only hate spam, but I don't like receiving correspondence from some website that made me register to view some content or post a message, some site that that I've ordered from or any other place that I've had to… Continue reading Spam Addresses

Unsure who is sending spam? Try this

Anyone who has hosted peoples websites before, has had  either a blog hacked, or some guy thinking he is going to send mass mailouts using PHP or similar happen. Its extremely hard to trackdown and deal with, and yet it can get your server listed at spam service denying legitimate email from getting through. This… Continue reading Unsure who is sending spam? Try this