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A “Shellshocker” \ “Bash Bug” Rundown
Sep-25-2014 — As many of you have already seen in the news, “Bash Bug” or “Shellshocker” is very bad news. It’s not only the potential impact that makes it so dangerous, but how easily it is exploited. Troy Hunt has a very information breakdown here… http://www.troyhunt.com/2014/09/everything-you-need-to-know-about.html …and so does Red Hat… https://securityblog.redhat.com/2014/09/24/bash-specially-crafted-environment-variables-code-injection-attack/ For many Windows-only users, this will be […]
SHA-2 Compatibility with Windows Server 2003 and IIS6.0
Sep-24-2014 — In an ideal world, there wouldn’t be any Windows Server 2003 still around. But, until July 14th of next year, Windows Server 2003 is a fully supported OS, and many businesses still have legacy systems running it. Needless to say, some of our clients have such legacy systems, and the question arose as to whether […]
SHA-1 Forced Sunset\Deprecation
Sep-24-2014 — Back in August, Ryan Sleevi from the Google Chrome security team authored a thread entitled “Intent to Deprecate: SHA-1 certificates” in which he expressed the intent of the Chrome team to visibly downgrade the security of all sites using SHA-1 based SSL certificates within the browser starting with the November release of Chrome 39. Symantec has a […]

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Welcome to Station 28

From the moment you meet us through the consistent delivery of our services, we strive to do things differently. Unlike some technology companies that sell you high-tech solutions and tell you what you need before they really know you, we listen first. Our Concierge IT Consulting approach is designed to build strong, long-term partnerships that provide the greatest opportunity for your firm to reach its goals.

Using an approach called IPO, which stands for Inputs, Processes, and Outputs, we collaboratively document your business requirements or "output objectives." Like completing a maze in reverse, completing this "final" step first ensures that all other elements of your project are designed to achieve the objective.