Dally Rhythms – 2020.01.26

Tracklist

  • Beta Function – Cherry Picking, Db minor, 122 bpm
  • Loud Control – Back and Forth (Gustavo Mota Remix), Db minor, 124 bpm
  • Groove Delight, Plastic Robots – Megatron, Eb minor, 125 bpm
  • Booka Shade – Neon Gods featuring Daudi Matsiko (Vocal Mix), Bb minor, 124 bpm
  • Sergei Spatz – Focus (Original Mix), C minor, 123 bpm
  • Darkon – You Wanna Dance (Orelse Trippy Love Mix), C minor, 124 bpm
  • Fritz Kalkbrenner – Enter, C minor, 126 bpm
  • Sly Faux – This Made You (Marino Canal Remix), B minor, 125 bpm
  • Underworld – Beautiful Burnout (Mark Knight Remix), E minor, 130 bpm
  • Platunoff – Sorrow Melody (Da Luka Remix), A minor, 124 bpm
  • Frank Wiedemann – Moorthon II (Original Mix), E minor, 124 bpm
  • Lane 8 – Undercover (Yotto Remix), C major, 122 bpm
  • Ewan Rill – Kinetic Energy (Original Mix), C major, 124 bpm

Available for download in the archives.

MTT 152 / Unstable Alignment

Tracklist for Movement Through Thought on 2020-01-24:

  1. XY0815 / Hz52BChromblond 00:00
  2. Jus Wan / Miles Away 02:02
  3. Vromm / Restart 05:03
  4. Moresounds / Ruff Times 08:51
  5. Om Unit / Fumes 12:29
  6. The Aesthetics / Girl In Yer Tree 15:18
  7. Margari’s Kid / Titan 17:34
  8. Oliver Yorke / Totem 19:49
  9. Anonymi / Venturi (Jason oS Remix) 23:13
  10. Eschaton / Aphelian 26:36
  11. Crypticz / The Crawler 29:37
  12. Margari’s Kid / Darkness Is Older Than Light 33:00
  13. Earl Grey / Bermuda Triangulated 35:38
  14. dBridge / Creatures Of Habit 38:14
  15. Hooverphonic / 2Wicky (DJ Pulse Dub) 41:16
  16. Amen Fyre / Badboy Sound (Made In 2 Hours) 44:58
  17. Sully / Flock 48:01
  18. Intensity / Generations 51:48
  19. Art Of Noise / Crusoe (Aquasky Remix) 56:46

Here’s a link to the recorded show: https://archives.anonradio.net/202001240600_cev.mp3 with thanks to aNONradio for hosting the archives, and thanks to everyone out there listening.

TSR-The Server Room – Shownotes – Episode 10

pFsense Firewall

pfSense is an open sourcefirewall/router computer software distribution based on FreeBSD. It is installed on a physical computer or a virtual machine to make a dedicated firewall/router for a network. It can be configured and upgraded through a web-based interface, and requires no knowledge of the underlying FreeBSD system to manage

pFsense Hardware Requirements and Guidelines *Same as for FreeBSD*

https://www.pfsense.org/products/#requirements

https://www.freebsd.org/releases/11.2R/hardware.html

pFsense documentation

https://docs.netgate.com/pfsense/en/latest/

Physical Hardware Appliances for pFsense, Mikrotik RouterOS and many others….

Great Appliances for pFsense *and Mikrotik RouterOS amongst many others* to consider before purchasing Netgate appliances (pFsense supported HW Appliance Provider)

I saw many promising ones on Aliexpress both in 1U form factor and in small NUC size appliance also * i found this seller reputable and with great customer reviews however myself have not had the chance nor funds to buy one yet but the 1U one linked here is indeed on my perview*

https://tsr-podcast.viktormadarasz.com/pfsense-appliance1

https://tsr-podcast.viktormadarasz.com/pfsense-appliance2

What is a Firewall:


A firewall is a network security device that monitors incoming and outgoing network traffic and decides whether to allow or block specific traffic based on a defined set of security rules.

Firewalls have been a first line of defense in network security for over 25 years. They establish a barrier between secured and controlled internal networks that can be trusted and untrusted outside networks, such as the Internet. 

A firewall can be hardware, software, or both.

Terms regarding Traffic flow and link to an article of Data Center Architecture/Designs:

Egress / Ingress Concept

Ingress traffic is composed of all the data communications and network traffic originating from external networks and destined for a node in the host network.

Ingress traffic can be any form of traffic whose source lies in an external network and whose destination resides inside the host network. Ingress traffic can be from all applications accessed via a remote server or over the Internet.

Egress traffic is the reverse of ingress traffic. Egress is all traffic is directed towards an external network and originated from inside the host network.

Think for a moment that you are a router, your left hand is the WAN and your right hand is the LAN. Whenever you say Ingress, it means traffic is towards you, depending on the hand you are looking at. When you upload data to the internet its going out of your local network so the traffic is egress based on the LAN’s perspective but not the router, it will treat that data as ingress since is coming towards it. The only time it will be egress is if it finished sending it to its WAN interface out to the internet. So if you are looking at the routers Netflow data, the ingress and the egress will always be the same value; In order for you to get the true value of your ingress and egress data, you have to look into the interface Netflow data.

North – South , East-West Concept

North/South – Meaning traffic coming into and out of the network into Internet space, i.e in and out of edge firewalls and/routers.

East/West – Traffic internal to the network that doesn’t leave, i.e. LAN client to server and server to server communications.

Another explanation from Microsoft as a DC DataCenter point of view

East-West East-West refers to traffic flows that occur between devices within a datacenter. During convergence for example, routers exchange table information to ensure they have the same information about the internetwork in which they operate. Another example are switches, which can exchange spanning-tree information to prevent network loops.

North | South – North- South refers to traffic flows into and out of the datacenter. Traffic entering the datacenter through perimeter network devices is said to be southbound. Traffic exiting via the perimeter network devices is said to be northbound.

Spine and Leaf Architecture
https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/switches/nexus-7000-series-switches/white-paper-c11-737022.html

Types of firewalls

Proxy firewall

An early type of firewall device, a proxy firewall serves as the gateway from one network to another for a specific application. Proxy servers can provide additional functionality such as content caching and security by preventing direct connections from outside the network. However, this also may impact throughput capabilities and the applications they can support.


Stateful inspection firewall

Now thought of as a “traditional” firewall, a stateful inspection firewall allows or blocks traffic based on state, port, and protocol. It monitors all activity from the opening of a connection until it is closed. Filtering decisions are made based on both administrator-defined rules as well as context, which refers to using information from previous connections and packets belonging to the same connection.


Unified threat management (UTM) firewall

A UTM device typically combines, in a loosely coupled way, the functions of a stateful inspection firewall with intrusion prevention and antivirus. It may also include additional services and often cloud management. UTMs focus on simplicity and ease of use.

See our UTM devices.


Next-generation firewall (NGFW)

Firewalls have evolved beyond simple packet filtering and stateful inspection. Most companies are deploying next-generation firewalls to block modern threats such as advanced malware and application-layer attacks.

According to Gartner, Inc.’s definition, a next-generation firewall must include:

  • Standard firewall capabilities like stateful inspection
  • Integrated intrusion prevention
  • Application awareness and control to see and block risky apps
  • Upgrade paths to include future information feeds
  • Techniques to address evolving security threats

While these capabilities are increasingly becoming the standard for most companies, NGFWs can do more.

Compare industry NGFWs.


Threat-focused NGFW

These firewalls include all the capabilities of a traditional NGFW and also provide advanced threat detection and remediation. With a threat-focused NGFW you can:

  • Know which assets are most at risk with complete context awareness
  • Quickly react to attacks with intelligent security automation that sets policies and hardens your defenses dynamically
  • Better detect evasive or suspicious activity with network and endpoint event correlation
  • Greatly decrease the time from detection to cleanup with retrospective security that continuously monitors for suspicious activity and behavior even after initial inspection
  • Ease administration and reduce complexity with unified policies that protect across the entire attack continuum

Learn about our threat-focused next-generation firewalls (NGFWs).

Scan your network for free.

Compare industry NGFWs.

Article about the Difference: Stateful Firewall Vs NGFW Vs UTM

https://www.routexp.com/2017/09/difference-stateful-firewall-vs-ngfw-vs.html


GNS3 to the rescue to test pFsense out in a Safe Lab environment before deploying it to Your Network

You can test out and learn more and experiment with pFsense without messing up Your home network. GNS3 is just perfect to simulate everything You want about pFsense and Firewall Rules…

Getting Started with pFsense

Contact Information

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Episodes in FLAC
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Email
viktormadarasz@sdf.org

VOIP // PSTN
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+1 910 665 9191

Dally Rhythms – 2020.01.19

Tracklist

  • Reunited – In The Music (Dub Mix), Db minor, 127 bpm
  • Matty Menck – Sky featuring Terri B! (Giorgio Sainz Remix), Db minor, 128 bpm
  • D-Mad – Counting On Love featuring Emma Lock (Wellenrausch Remix), Db minor, 128 bpm
  • Federation – Synchronized (NatLife Phuture Prog Mix), Db minor, 130 bpm
  • Franz Lehmann – Verloren Melodie (Dio S Remix), D minor, 122 bpm
  • Cicada – The Things You Say (Modjuno & Casey Cover Remix), D minor, 122 bpm
  • Jan Blomqvist – Empty Floor (DeVante Extended Remix), D minor, 122 bpm
  • Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know (Duotronic and Vitale, Fernandez Remx), D minor, 122 bpm
  • South Pole – Matriarch (Original Mix), Eb minor, 126 bpm
  • Baunz & 3rd Eye – Out Of The Window (Walker & Royce Remix), Eb minor, 123 bpm

Available for download in the archives.

TSR-The Server Room – Shownotes – Episode 09

Pi-hole: Network Wide Ad Blocking – Black Hole For Internet Advertisements

https://pi-hole.net/

https://pi-hole.net/donate

https://www.patreon.com/pihole



Youtube Ad Blocking:

Mobile (Android)

https://youtubevanced.com/

On Computer Browser * Chrome *

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/adblock-for-youtube/cmedhionkhpnakcndndgjdbohmhepckk?hl=en

My Favourite Ad Blocker for Browser:

AdBlock Plus

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Contact Information

Telegram Chat Group
https://t.me/tsrpodcast

Episodes in FLAC
https://tsr-podcast.viktormadarasz.com/flac-remastered-episodes

Email
viktormadarasz@sdf.org

VOIP // PSTN
261414@sanjose2.voip.ms
+1 910 665 9191

MTT 151 / Lateral Shift

Tracklist for Movement Through Thought on 2020-01-17:

  1. Coil / The Snow (Driftmix) 00:00
  2. T.Power / A Large Grey Area 02:16
  3. Autopilot / World Receiver Pt. 2 04:14
  4. Fleck E.S.C. / Bodymelts 08:42
  5. Nullptr / Polytopes 12:54
  6. Silicon Scally / Projections 16:47
  7. Gliese / U13 21:34
  8. Mikron / Keyhole 24:32
  9. Ivna Ji / Maar 28:42
  10. CRC / Blueshift 32:37
  11. Bitstream / Double Density 36:07
  12. MetaComplex / Implanted Sounds 38:36
  13. Aphex Twin / Green Calx 42:28
  14. 69 / Microlovr 45:34
  15. Orbital / Attached 49:22
  16. Plant43 / Tellarium Snow 52:13
  17. ADJ / Hope 56:08
  18. Trisomie 21 / Right To Reply (1) 59:02

and here’s the recording: https://archives.anonradio.net/202001170600_cev.mp3 with thanks to aNONradio for hosting the archive, and thanks to everyone out there listening.

Dally Rhythms – 2020.01.12

Tracklist

  • Rainbow Addict – Timbo (Original Mix), F minor, 128 bpm
  • Bastian Salbart – Yes We Can (Original Mix), F minor, 128 bpm
  • Aurosonic, Aelyn, Martire – Paradise (Original Mix), F minor, 128 bpm
  • Dhany, Roby Montano, Del Principe – Summertime (Mario Gomez Club Mix), F minor, 128 bpm
  • Behind Blue Eyes & Krusseldorf – Endless Possibilities, C minor, 126 bpm
  • Douglas Greed, Kuss – Spin (Dapayk Remix), C minor, 126 bpm
  • Vitaly Shturm – Indigo, C minor, 124 bpm
  • John Cosani – Lower (Original Mix), C minor, 122 bpm
  • Silence Groove & LaMeduza – Capture (Clameres Remix), Db minor, 121 bpm
  • Overwerk – Daybreak (Original Mix), Db minor, 127 bpm
  • Tim Penner, Amber Long – Everything To Everyone (Gai Barone Remix), Db minor, 125 bpm

Available for download in the archives.

MTT 150 / Superposition

Tracklist for Movement Through Thought on 2020-01-10:

  1. MANASYt / Untitled [Bunker 3071 B4] 00:00
  2. DJ HasH / Space Relax 01:22
  3. Fleck E.S.C. / Next Life 03:27
  4. Andrew Red Hand / Fugitive For One Night 06:08
  5. Oushe / Hyper Logic 07:39
  6. ADJ / Re-Alignment 12:12
  7. The Black Dog / You’re Only SQL 15:55
  8. Mariel Ito / Syndrome 19:50
  9. Nullptr / Exotropia 23:17
  10. Automat / Robomelo 26:17
  11. Vertical67 / Out Of Sight 29:47
  12. Excel / Don’t Stop Now 34:22
  13. Vaperror / Aqua Domain 37:54
  14. Kuedo / Whisper Fate 39:54
  15. Oskar Telemann / Anruf Aus Dem Westen 42:24
  16. Darren Rhys / Lost Soul (Katakana Remix) 45:31
  17. Darren Rhys / Lost Soul 49:16
  18. Silicon Scally / Interflection 50:31
  19. Jega / Cascade Decoherence 56:56

and here’s a link to the recording: https://archives.anonradio.net/202001100600_cev.mp3 with thanks to aNONradio for hosting the archives. Thanks also to everybody out there listening. 150 seems like a big number.

TSR-The Server Room – Shownotes – Episode 08

GNS3 – An Open Source tool to learn and discover more about networking and prepare for certificate exams as well

https://www.gns3.com/

https://docs.gns3.com/1FFbs5hOBbx8O855KxLetlCwlbymTN8L1zXXQzCqfmy4/index.html

Image result for cisco core distribution access infra

https://learningnetworkstore.cisco.com/cisco-virtual-internet-routing-lab/personal-edition-virl-pe-20-nodes-virl-20

Contact Information

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Episodes in FLAC
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VOIP // PSTN
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Dally Rhythms – 2020.01.05

Tracklist

  • Jody Koenders – Feelings (Original Mix), F minor, 125 bpm
  • Dido – Everything To Lose (Atfc Remix), F minor, 126 bpm
  • Aytac Kart – Christina (Original Mix), F minor, 121 bpm
  • Amine Edge, Dance – They Call Me Jack (Tapesh & Dwayne S Remix), F minor, 121 bpm
  • Matt Lange – So Cliche (Original Mix), E minor, 122 bpm
  • Alex Philipp – Overkill (Original Mix), E minor, 124 bpm
  • Avicii, Sebastian Drums – My Feelings For You (Spaveech Remix), E minor, 124 bpm
  • Kant – Bass & The Beats (Original Mix), E minor, 122 bpm
  • Amine, Dance, Nastaly, Tough Love – Heels In A House Rave (Original Mix), E minor, 124 bpm
  • Angy Kore – Aggroviglio (Matt Minimal Groovy Remix), Eb minor, 126 bpm
  • Eli and Fur – You’re So High (Whiskey Remix), Eb minor, 128 bpm
  • Laurent Wolf, Armano – No Stress (Chris Garcia Remix), Eb minor, 126 bpm
  • Mark Knight – Your Love (Ivan Spell & Daniel Magre Remix), Eb minor, 125 bpm

Available for download in the archives.