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Dangling Danger: Route53's Flawed Dangling NS Record Protection

A subdomain takeover is a class of attack in which an adversary is able to serve unauthorized content from victim's domain name. It can be used for phishing, supply chain compromise, and other forms of attacks which rely on deception. You might've heard about CNAME based or NS based subdomain takeovers.

October 27, 2023

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Applying the Five Ws to Incident Management

In this blogpost, David introduces us to the five W's of information gathering - Who? What? When? Where? Why? Answering the five Ws helps Incident Managers get a deeper understanding of the cause and impact of incidents, not just their remedy, leading to more robust solutions. Fixing the cause of an outage is only just the beginning and the five Ws pave the way for team collaboration during investigations.

July 26, 2023

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.tech Podcast - All about conference speaking

Patrycja, Artur and Marcin are engineers at Form3 and some of our most accomplished speakers. They join us to discuss their motivations for taking up the challenge of becoming conference speakers, tell us how to find events to speak at and share their best advice for preparing engaging talks. They offer advice for new and experienced speakers alike.

July 19, 2023

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Decision-making and design in growing engineering organisations

Andy recently wrote about what he considers to be the key ingredients for bootstrapping a new engineering organisation. Many of these ingredients are about what you use to build your organisation with. However, this post describes one key element of how you do it. This blog post describes one way of making decisions and designing new changes which scales well with a growing team, and includes everyone in the process.

June 28, 2023

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Incident Management in a DevOps Environment

In this post, David discusses how Incident Management and the DevOps engineering culture. He shares how DevOps structures benefit the Incident Management process and the DevOps environments benefit the whole of the Service Delivery process.

June 21, 2023

Blogs · 4 min

.tech Podcast - What's new in NATS?

Byron is the Director of Developer Relations at Synadia. He explains what event-driven architectures are and how they can help build more resilient systems. Then, he covers the fundamentals of NATS and gives us a peek into upcoming features, which include the new Synadia Control Plane project.

June 14, 2023

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Keeping Customers Informed During Incidents with Prometheus

Maintaining customer satisfaction during incidents is crucial for any business. In this blogpost, Piotr shares how we leverage Prometheus to expose business metrics in a secure and cost-effective way to keep customers informed and happy during those stressful situations.

May 24, 2023

Blogs · 4 min

.tech Podcast - The core components of container systems

Michael Kerrisk is a Linux expert and trainer. He joins us to explain what containers are and deep dive into the four core components of containers: namespaces, capabilities, cgroups and seccomp. He also draws parallels on how they are used by Docker to power container systems as we know them today.

May 17, 2023

Blogs · 5 min

How to inspect & manipulate network packets in AWS with Gateway Load Balancer

In this post, Michał walks you through a sample setup of the AWS Gateway Load Balancer. We will provision the infrastructure using Terraform, write a simple virtual appliance application and show it all in action. He demonstrates how this service can be used to route network traffic through a virtual appliance where each network packet can be inspected, modified, or dropped.

May 11, 2023

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