Category: Security

“Failed”,”Failed to connect to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx – The underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a send.”

Connecting to a XenServer host from XenCenter might give you the following error: “Failed”,”Failed to connect to XXX.XXX.XXX.XXXThe underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a send.” In this example we’ll use 10.0.0.90 as the test IP. The initial error you’ll see is this error below, when trying to connect to your host.

HTTP redirect to HTTPS from .htaccess

Here’s another quick guide! This time on how to redirect HTTP traffic to HTTPS from your .htaccess file. It’ll cover how to: Redirect all traffic from HTTP to HTTPS Redirect specific domain from HTTP to HTTPS Redirect specific folder from HTTP to HTTPS Redirect all traffic, except certain file(s), from HTTP to HTTPS Before we

Fake news. False! You won’t believe what happened next….

With the ever expanding internet, more people just trying to cash some of that ad-revenue money and most importantly, possibly less critical minds out there, fake news are being shared left and right. I’ve written about fake and scam competitions that took place on Facebook before, for example Scamiversary – You won!. I figured it

*** was under attack! Change your access data!

What the scam?! Email scams! We’ve most likely all tried it and while most of the scams are easy to spot, there will be some that are less easy and more scary. It might appear less scary if the email is sent from weiufgwefug@whateverbiz-lookinglikearealcompany.com – But what about when it is then sent from your

Google Chrome, trying to help or trying to pry?

What’s going on now? If you are a user of Google Chrome, you may have noticed a message/warning, from Google Chrome, if you have installed harmful software on your computer, or you simply visit harmful websites. In order for this to work, Google has worked with ESET (Security company), to create a tool that scans

Social Media and the Fake Accounts

Many people have tried, being added by a some random user on social media, such as Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. There are a few different types of accounts that may add you, such as these two, very common accounts: Adult-rated accounts (clear from the profile picture). “Normal” accounts (they appear normal, but have close to

Facebook Scamiversary

Hi everyone! I started noticing a lot of these Facebook anniversary scams on my wall. The scams are in my case in Danish, and are currently targeting Scandinavia, where I live. (The SAS scam is also showing up in Swedish and Norwegian). But I’m not doubting for a second that these won’t pop up in