Tag: Security

Java SE license change – How does it affect me and my organization?

Under 2018 Oracle released some big and important news regarding the future of Java SE. The big news is that Java SE requires a payed subscription in order to update the software, this change came into effect on the first on January 2019. In this article I’ll try to explain this new subscription change and…



Are you able to spot phishing emails?

Phishing is an attack concept where an attacker usually contacts a victim pretending to be from a trustworthy source to get information that they shouldn’t have gotten if they used their real identity. When an attacker targets specific individuals or groups within an organization the phishing method is called spear phishing. According to Symantec ISTR…



Mapped network printers unavailable due to SMB1 being obsolete

INTRODUCTION As we all might be familiar with, printers are one of those little peculiar matters within IT. Implementing these in an IT-environment is self-explanatory oftentimes, but when they do not cooperate the issue itself can stem from one single obscure root cause, if not a string of these having to be checked upon. Recently,…



Windows Server 2019 Preview is now available

It’s finally here – the preview of Windows Server 2019! Windows has release the first preview of the completely new Windows Server 2019. In this article I will summarize the main news and tell you a little about them. The final version of Windows Server 2019 are planned to be released in the second half…