Posted by Jeffrey Huckaby on May 28, 2008
I am starting to see more and more requests regarding DomainKeys (DK) and Domain Keys Identified Mail (DKIM). Yesterday, I found a DKIM talk from Sendmail's CSO, Eric Allman. The presentation starts off slow but eventually gets into some details of DK and DKIM.
Posted by Jeffrey Huckaby on May 27, 2008
We are making some progress on our PCI Compliance Project. Our last update focused on PCI scanning vendor selection. We now have our first pass results back.
Posted by Jeffrey Huckaby on May 22, 2008
I was at the Parallels Summit this week. SaaS and automation were key themes again at this years conference. This was another good conference by the Parallels group. Very informative with some fun mixed in.
Posted by Jeffrey Huckaby on May 13, 2008
Back in January, we ran into some problems with a Plesk update that caused an error in the fstab file. This resulted in a kernel panic. I had forgotten about the issue until it reared its ugly head again.
Posted by Jeffrey Huckaby on May 12, 2008
Unsolicited Commercial Email, spam, junk or whatever you call it, unsolicited emails are both annoying and costly. In an effort to combat spam, major ISPs are increasingly monitoring incoming spam and blocking spamming servers. AOL, Hotmail/MSN, Yahoo, and others all use some sort of spam filtering technology. Sometimes this is as simple as the end user clicking a "report spam" button.
Posted by Jeffrey Huckaby on May 08, 2008
As part of our PCI Compliance Project, we are working with different scanning vendors to test who has the most user friendly, cost-effective and reliable services. We've finalized our list and will start scanning soon. Just wanted to share some initial impressions of the sign-up process with the vendors.
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