#CloudFest2020 cancelled – NinjaFest Day is here
Eniko Toth

#CloudFest2020 cancelled – NinjaFest Day is here

We know that many of you were excitedly waiting for CloudFest2020. This conference is always the best event throughout the year to bring the amazing cloud community together. It was sad news that CloudFest was cancelled due to the Coronavirus threat, however, it was the right decision from the organizers. However, as thousands of people were preparing for this week-long event, we thought that you shouldn’t miss everything. We decided to bring a little piece of CloudFest to you online. We organize an online „NinjaFest” day on 18 March 2020, where you’ll have the opportunity to: Atte...
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Meet with the BitNinja Team at CloudFest 2020
Eniko Toth

Meet with the BitNinja Team at CloudFest 2020

28 Febr, 2020 16:44 PM UPDATE: We know that it was a hard decision for the organizers, and we feel really sorry that we can't meet with the wonderful cloud community in the Europa Park this year. However, it was the right decision because security always comes first. We, however, have a plan B. ;) As you could read in this article below we would have held 2 presentations at the CloudFest. But you won't have to miss them due to the event cancellation! Instead of CloudFest 2020, we'll organize webinars for the topics: Detecting Obfuscated Malware by George Egri...
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10 Best Tech Conferences for Web Hosting Companies
Eniko Toth

10 Best Tech Conferences for Web Hosting Companies

Why should you visit tech conferences? As our world is changing quickly, new types of technologies are constantly being made. To keep up with the rapid pace of the technology changes and to learn more about the most advanced solutions, we highly recommend everyone to visit at least 1 tech conference every year. Fortunately, there are countless opportunities to meet with the industry leaders and learn about the latest trends. Also, these tech conferences help you with more than just discovering new tools. As the list of exhibitions could be very long, we’ve collected the top 10 ev...
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2019 Highlights – A Great Year at BitNinja
Eniko Toth

2019 Highlights – A Great Year at BitNinja

As 2019 will be over soon, it’s time to stop for a while and look back on what happened this year. 2019 was a unique year at BitNinja (you’ll see on the results). We got closer to our mission – making the internet a safer place. However, we couldn’t have reached the successes mentioned below without our ninjastic partners. Many new features were inspired by the Ninja Community. Also, the continuous feedback that we are receiving from day to day about how BitNinja changed businesses’ life for the better is a huge motivation for us to keep working harder and harder every day. So, we’d l...
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BitNinja at #webpros2019
Boglarka Angalet

BitNinja at #webpros2019

We were proud to be sponsoring Webpros Summit 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. Built on the previous success of the annual cPanel Conference, this year WebPros brands (cPanel, Plesk, SolusVM and Xovi) brought Webpros Summit to life, a highly technical conference with the best professionals and the best networking events in the industry. To bring the web hosting community together, they organized a 3-day event at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Atlanta Georgia from September 23rd - 25th. We hope that you - who’s reading this - were able to join us there, because the amazing line...
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Old IoT Botnet has been Revived
Eniko Toth

Old IoT Botnet has been Revived

The “Hello, Peppa!” botnet and the /ept/out.php vulnerability were newly discovered attacks by our Attack Vector Miner. But now, it has recognized the reactivation of a forgotten IoT botnet. This botnet exploits the D-Link router DSL-2750B  remote command execution. What does the attack look like?  The discovered pattern is the /login.cgi?cli= as you can see below:  In the case of the D-Link router DSL-2750B firmware 1.01 to 1.03, there’s an option for remote command execut...
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Kevin Mitnick the most famous hacker
Laszlo Takacs

Kevin Mitnick the most famous hacker

Laszlo Takacs
Where it all began Kevin David Mitnick is one of the most famous hackers. At age 13 Mitnick used dumpster dicing and social engineering to bypass the bus ticketing system in Los Angeles, this way he was able to ride the LA area using unused transfer slips. First big step His first unauthorized access to a network was in 79’ , when he was only 16 years old. He broke into DEC’s ( Digital Equipment Corporation ) computer network and simply copied their software, later he was charged for this action in 1988,  got sentenced for 12 months in prison. The prison h...
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Will our toys break us?
Boglarka Angalet

Will our toys break us?

CloudFest 2018 – The Security Panel Attending at Cloudfest (formerly known as WHD.Global) is always the highlight of the year event-wise. Catching up with our partners, having lively debates about new technologies and learning from industry leaders are things we always go for. As our ninjas attended in incognito this time – only as attendees, not exhibitors–  they had time to crawl around the different vendors and visit some great presentations. – Should I even say this? - Security-themed speeches were our favourite. As most of the presentations are published at &nbs...
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Describe your infrastructure as code
József Pálfi

Describe your infrastructure as code

József Pálfi
As we promised before, our article series inspired by V-day is continuing. Those who are provisioning servers day by day, certainly have some doubts about their process: being time-consuming, non-repeatable, hard to test or simply just something is going wrong in the existing infrastructure during the provisioning. There are opportunities to test failover or rollback processes, but… Through the years, a lot of providers have elaborated their own processes and solutions in order to accelerate deployment cycles. So-called provisioning scripts are everywhere, and helped with the well-k...
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Software-defined storage pool
Daniel Mecsei

Software-defined storage pool

At Virtualization Day 2017 in Budapest, Hungary, we saw pretty good presentations about a different type of virtualizations and architecture concepts. In forenoon, Gergely Rab from Dell have shown us some very useful tools and solutions for software-defined storage architecture. One of these products is ScaleIO, which utilizes standard x86 servers and Ethernet network. In a standard lifecycle, you firstly plan and deploy your new array, then expand and optimize the storage. When the array comes to the end of its life, the process begins again, and you’ll also have to migrate your data...
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