This is the blog of Ronald Bartels that wanders on and off the subject of problem management (that is how it started), but it is best described by Ray who says this is Daddy's thoughts! Like the best music is from the Eighties and a wee dram helps in solving most inconveniences.
Threat Intelligence Tools are more often used by security industries to test the vulnerabilities in network and applications. It helps with the collection and analysis of information about
current and potential attacks that threaten the safety of an
organization or its assets.
View the list of tools over at GNHackers over here.
You start a big upoad or download, and your ssh connection goes to heck,
web pages get delayed, your videoconference glitches, or you start
missing your opponents in your game. Bufferbloat is one cause. While the
bufferbloat problem is largely fixed in Linux, it's rarely configured
properly on the gateways, and thus remains at epidemic proportions
across the Internet - and this talk touches upon how to configure that
stuff properly - but... why does the network get slow? *How* is the
network supposed to deal with overload? This talk is a deep dive into
how TCP is supposed to work, and goes into concepts like Slow Start,
Congestion Avoidance, windowing, fair queuing and active queue
management, the roles of packet drop and ECN, and alternate tcp's and
transports such as BBR and QUIC, in the hope that deeper knowledge of
how our most basic network transports work will lead to the design and
implementation of better systems on top of them.
The talk can be vie…