Some OpenVPN configuration files may sneak malware to your PC

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Some OpenVPN configuration files may sneak malware to your PC

If you installed OpenVPN on your computer, then you should really read this piece of news. Recent reports confirmed that certain OpenVPN config files may be dangerous, opening the gate for malware to enter your Windows computer. As a quick reminder, OpenVPN configuration files are used to run a […] Click here to view original web page at windowsreport.com

Config Release 0.7.0-0.8.6 Updates

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Release Version 0.8.X Config has been enhanced to include support for global list values. This will further help reduce possibilities of an error due to faults in configuration files. This latest upgrade also includes on-premise licensing and better management for your team that is setup on Config. Organization structure now has access restrictions on configuration modules. As usual we have … Read More

Properties File, What You Need to Know

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It’s 2018, still editing configuration files in vi? Take a look at Config, the easiest way to manage your application configuration across all your servers and environments. Introduction to .properties The “.properties” is an extension mainly used for storing the configured parameters of the applications in the technologies related to the Java. This extension can also be used for storing … Read More

Using property files in Java

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Photo by jamesosborne_ from pixabay.com In configuration file hell? Take a look at Config, the easiest way to manage your application configuration across all your servers and environments. Introduction The property file is a great option to pass settings to a particular application that needs external settings and the same can not be changed. An example would be a program … Read More

Revive: An extensible and configurable linter for Go

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Revive: An extensible and configurable linter for Go

Revive is a fast and configurable linter for Go, providing a framework to develop custom rules. This framework makes it possible for developers to define a specific and custom preset for enhancing their process for development and code review[…] Click here to view original web page at jaxenter.com

The Oversimplified AWS (Amazon Web Services) Guide

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Simple AWS Guide There are so many AWS products out there that it’s hard to keep track. This is our attempt of simplifying AWS, to help grasp what each product is on a high level. From there you can read the official FAQ, look at some screenshots, and watch some videos. Hopefully this will help you quickly understand the many … Read More

Hadoop cluster configuration best practices streamline workflows

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Organizations that deal with a variety of Hadoop configurations can streamline workflows through baseline configuration, tests and site-specific configuration files. Every workload is unique, so a Hadoop cluster configuration that works well for one workload might not be optimal for another. The key to running jobs efficiently is to match your configuration to other active workloads[…] Click here to view … Read More

Config Release 0.4.1 – 0.6.0 Updates

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Release Update 0.6.0: New Features Push Notifications – If a user deploys from the Config web interface (push), notifications are sent based on the notification settings of the configuration. – Editing an Instance or Environment from the Configuration Hierarchy Page allows the user to edit notification settings for the specific entity. Currently supports email and webhook (url endpoint) notifications. – … Read More