Recently we have been testing our new hypervisor clusters backed by Ceph storage before putting it into production. This way we can ensure that the… Read More »July Ceph cluster woes and learning (postmortem fun)
The European Union has passed a law that will require smartphone manufacturers to adopt USB-C. The claim is that all smartphones should support the same… Read More »European Union to require USB-C on smartphones
With the rise of quantum computers, our current asymmetric (public key cryptography) will become insecure. Shor’s algorithm running on a powerful quantum computer will be… Read More »How to use quantum resistant cryptography with OpenSSH on Debian
We recently came across a product by Yandex, called Metrica. It’s arguably one of the more creepy pieces of web analytics software we’ve seen. It’s… Read More »Yandex Metrica is spyware for your browser
Nathaniel at Engineering here – when working on the Universal Layer LLC Customer Panel one of the challenges that came up was writing logic that… Read More »Writing clean, readable, and complex application logic in Crystal Language
In this tutorial, we’ll be going over how to harden your SSH client and server configs with Ansible on Linux. At ULayer, we use the… Read More »How to harden SSH configs with Ansible on Linux!