TSR - The Server Room

TSR - The Server Room

By Viktor Madarasz
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Live broadcast every Saturday at 6PM UTC time
on ANONRADIO.net

Listen live:
anonradio.net:8000/anonradio

Archive:
archives.anonradio.net/

About:
Anything and Everything about IT

More info:
anonradio.net/djs/tsr-the-server-room/
viktormadarasz.freeshell.net/

Contact:
DID VOIP Line Open During the Show: +1 910 665 9191
SIP:261414@sanjose2.voip.ms
Email: viktormadarasz@sdf.org
anonradio.net/djs/tsr-the-server-room/

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TSR - The Server Room - SE - Reading from Article About Unix History from Unixmen.com
https://www.unixmen.com/brief-history-aix-hp-ux-solaris-bsd-linux/ Reading from Article About Unix History Special Episode. Trying the new Shure PGA58 Dynamic Microphone
08:55
December 4, 2019
TSR-The Server Room – Episode 02 - Security 101
https://anonradio.net/tsr-the-server-room-shownotes-episode-02/ Security 101 (General Tips&Tricks about Passwords/Account/Security) Passwords Accounts Backups Security Physical Security Updates LINKS: Strong Password Generator https://strongpasswordgenerator.com/ Yubikey https://www.yubico.com/ https://www.yubico.com/why-yubico/how-yubikey-works/ https://www.yubico.com/products/yubikey-hardware/compare-products-series/ KeePass , KeePassX https://keepass.info/ https://www.keepassx.org/downloads Bitwarden https://bitwarden.com/ SSH Keys Based Authentication on a Linux Server – DigitalOcean https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-configure-ssh-key-based-authentication-on-a-linux-server 2FA / Multi Factor Authentication https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multi-factor_authentication https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXFYT-BG2So 2FA Authentication on Linux Server – TechRepublic https://www.techrepublic.com/article/how-to-setup-two-factor-authentication-in-linux/ Testing for Default or Guessable User Account (OWASP-AT-003) https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Testing_for_Default_or_Guessable_User_Account_(OWASP-AT-003) 4 most common types of Backups https://intrinium.com/the-four-most-common-types-of-data-backup/ Backup – Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backup On Permise Vs Cloud https://www.cleo.com/blog/knowledge-base-on-premise-vs-cloud Physical Secuirty – Secure Your Server Room by HP https://www.hpe.com/us/en/insights/articles/how-to-secure-your-server-room-1809.html Importance of Software Updates and Patches https://wp.umaryland.edu/the-importance-of-general-software-updates-and-patches/
28:12
November 30, 2019
TSR - The Server Room - Episode 01 - Running Servers out of Your Own Home via Your ISP residential line
TSR-The Server Room – Shownotes – Episode 01 Topics for Discussion on this episode: Home Server ISP options Can I run a server out from Your own home? If not what alternatives I have available? Does it worth it? Should I use My ISP provided Modem or perhaps replace it with a 3rd party solution? I will use the first 15-20 minutes to give my two cents about the above and then I open the phonelines for comments / opinions / debate from the audience. If no callers then I just continue discussing some parts of these in more details. Voicemail and Calling queue configured on the DID|VOIP|SIP line…During the show calls are placed in a queue if the line is busy and when offline calls go to a voicemail so You can feel free to leave your comments and ideas that way if You prefer.. Links: Links about running Your own server at Your home internet connection: https://www.expressvpn.com/blog/how-to-make-a-small-server-for-your-home/ https://afteracademy.com/blog/how-to-convert-your-laptop-desktop-into-a-server-and-host-internet-accessible-website-on-it-part-1-545940164ab9 ALTERNATIVE OPTIONS Cloud providers: Dedicated Servers for an affordable monthly price at Hetzner https://www.hetzner.com/sb DigitalOcean VPS *Virtual Private Servers* Run Your Own Services such as VPN *Virtual Private Network* for as little as 5$ a month (( For Example Outline VPN a free open source product made by Jigsaw )) https://www.digitalocean.com/ https://getoutline.org/en/home Hardware recommendations: Ubiquity and Mikrotik equipment ( Routers, Access points, Switches) https://www.ui.com/ https://mikrotik.com/products I purchase from Europe online at Eurodk ( networking gear such as the above ) https://www.eurodk.com/
28:22
November 23, 2019
TSR - The Server Room - Episode 00 - General Talk in this Episode 00
https://mastodon.sdf.org/@viktormadarasz https://www.patreon.com/viktormadarasz https://anonradio.net/djs/tsr-the-server-room/ Live Show is at 6pm – 6:30pm UTC Time on Every Saturdays on Anonradio.net hosted by SDF Public Access Unix System To tune in during the Live Show http://anonradio.net/listen or http://anonradio.net:8000/anonradio.m3u DID VOIP Line Open During the Show: +1 910 665 9191 SIP Account to Call: 261414@sanjose2.voip.ms Shownotes for Episode 00 I would like to take this as a pre-flight checklist, to talk about everything a little bit in general but not too much in detail just yet. To draw the landscape of What, When , Where, How…. What is The Server Room when it comes to Me? I could have called it a Homelab as I refer to it many times when I have the need to describe where I spend most of my time and on what… What do I do for a living? ( for all those who have not opened any of those links on the top of this page) A quick rundown of Hardware I own as of 09/11/2019 General Topics I’m normally interested in and bother enough to investigate and learn more about: 1., Computer Hardware (not the electronics tough) anything and everything from new to old I love to look at them try them run them own them. Switches, Servers, Workstations, Thin Clients, Monitors, Terminal Emulators, Printers, Keyboards, Firewalls, UPS …. If You Can Plug It In Im Probably Interested 2.,Operating Systems (From Dos, BSD, Unix , Linux To Mac OS X, Windows, AIX, HPUX , IBM zOS and IBM Power Architecture, Solaris .. . any and every) 3.,Virtualization and Emulation (ESXI, Proxmox ,,,, Qemu, KVM, Stormasys CHARON Commercial Alpha, Vax, PDP, Sun emulators software ) 4., Network: Switches, Routers, Firewalls, LoadBalancers, Cloud (Azure, AWS, Oracle,Google), SDN – Software Defined Networks 5., Enterprise Solutions: Things like SCCM or other (Altiris) OSD – Operating System Deployment, Centralized Backup Solutions ( Veeam Backup Suite and Virtual Quadrstor Tape Library both available free for Homelabbers) Im sure there is more but this is how much came to mind for now…. What this show could become? Could it be more interactive? Have calls-in on a DID VOIP Number? Should it have acompanying multimedia content * screen recordings/screencasts of things I do or talk about while doing clicky noise with the keyboard including errors and mistakes?
29:39
November 16, 2019
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