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Understanding User Agents in the MaaS360 Secure Browser
Posted by Simon Barnes on 22 November 2016 10:54 AM
I was recently asked by a customer what type of Browser the MaaS360 Secure Browser is built upon or emulates so that the customer’s developers can design their web sites accordingly. To provide this information you must examine the browser’s user agent string (UA) which helps identify which browser is being used, what version, and […]
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Decoding TADDM Base64 commands
Posted by Simon Barnes on 17 August 2016 09:56 AM
When TADDM executes remote commands using the TaddmTool.exe binary it encodes the actual command using Base64. Base64 is a binary-to-text encoding scheme that represents binary data in an ASCII string format by translating it into a radix-64 representation. the following example is taken from a Sensor log and in it you can see the actual […]
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Java-Free Web GUI
Posted by Nick Lansdowne on 12 August 2016 10:06 AM
Many of Orb Data’s customers have been interested in the latest Web GUI Fix Pack, v8.1.0.6, to enable them to move to a fully java-free experience for the operators. This panacea will remove the headache of juggling multiple java versions for the various operator applications. The Web GUI Event Viewer has been available as a fully functional replacement […]
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How to monitor Docker?
Posted by Hari Vittal on 18 May 2016 09:28 PM
Docker has shot to fame in the last couple of years and it has sparked quite a lot of attention. It has joined the elite “buzz word” club and being touted as revolutionary but if you asked the more seasoned UNIX admins, they would argue that containerization is nothing new. Whilst that may be true, […]
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IBM Tivoli Netcool presents the new Java gateway for ServiceNow
Posted by Neil Richards on 16 May 2016 11:41 AM
Recently IBM released a Java gateway for ServiceNow (nco_g_servicenow-2_0), which marks the first time that IBM have released a dedicated integration to connect OMNIbus and ServiceNow together. Previously it has only been possible to connect OMNIbus and ServiceNow via Netcool/Impact (as detailed in one of my previous blogs) however ServiceNow no longer supports the Netcool […]
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