Showing posts from August, 2021

September release is underway

Next release of RPort announced We are planning the next release or our remote access and remote management software, RPort. RPort is open-source, giving you full freedom and maximum security. What's new in the September release? Role-based access to resources based on user groups. Supervision of pending OS-updates for Windows and Linux Faster execution of even complex scripts (bash or PowerShell) on single clients or groups of clients The cloud installer enables secure two-factor authentication by default. Extended inventory of connected devices, including many details about the running operating system Folders to organize scripts for re-use on repetitive tasks First beta-release of the RPort command line utility Integrated help option Don't miss this update! Stay tuned and subscribe to our mailing list . 

Supply Chain Attacks becoming a serious problem for remote access - Kaseya hack showed it drastically

Problem: supply chain attacks The supply chain in information systems is a huge pyramid, often with the cloud-based infrastructure of a commercial software vendor on top. Instead of attacking a single computer or the network of just one company, the top of a software supply chain is more attractive because malware is distributed to thousands or millions of victims. We had several of these supply chain attacks recently. Public infrastructure got damaged and millions of euros of ransom has been paid. A super attractive target for attacks are remote management systems running in the cloud. Imagine there is a national cleaning service that cleans all houses in a country. For the comfort of the customers, the cleaning service has keys to all houses. The box with all the keys is very attractive for a burglar. The comparison lags because in information technology it happens on an international level. Companies that run remote management SaaS have the keys to fully access billions of computers