How to Enable Split Tunneling on Windows 10 VPN Connections

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In Windows 10 if we click Properties on the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) settings, nothing happens. The button has no code behind it! (Looks like Microsoft forgot to enable this button 🙂 ) So, to enable Split Tunneling in Windows 10 we must use PowerShell: Set-VpnConnection “VPN Connection Name”…

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Stagefright: is your life companion vulnerable

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During the last few days, only the lazy one did not mention the evil Stagefreight vulnerability, allowing vulnerability exploitation just by opening the evil MMS or playing video file prepared in a special way. At the time of discovery, about 95% of all devices were vulnerable. Now the gospel: there…

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iRangers – Microsoft Certified Gold Partner!

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We are very happy to announce our successful annual renewal of Microsoft Certified Gold Partner status! We really appreciate our client’s support, who submitted their review to Microsoft, stating that iRangers deserve to have the Gold Partner status. We are now a proud club member of the 5% IT Companies around…

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IT Big Boys – Playing The Business

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As you all know, because iRangers is considered to be one of the best IT Consulting Companies, we are being involved on a variety of projects. Our consultant’s area of experience allows us to cover almost anything imaginable in the field. Our clients range varies from Financial and Medical Institutions…

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Citrix vs VMware

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Which one is better Citrix or VMware for desktop and application delivery? We sometimes hear this question from our clients. Unfortunately, more often we hear, “We have chosen [insert product/vendor here] because it is better.” The “better” decision usually comes from reading vendor whitepapers, personal or friend’s experience, blog posts…

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Are You Too Busy To Improve Your IT Infrastructure?

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In our “N-1: Where IT Departments S….?” blog post we share our observations and describe some common issues that companies are having in their IT infrastructures. We also explain how to avoid these problems by taking proactive steps. Unfortunately, sometimes we see situations where… Hang on, let’s not describe those…

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.NET 4.5.2 Update on Exchange Servers?

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Microsoft Windows Update is now offering the .NET Framework 4.5.2 update as an “Important” update to Windows computers. Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.2 for Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 for x64-based Systems (KB2934520) Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.2 for Windows Server 2008 R2 for x64-based Systems (KB2901983) First of all,…

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N-1: Where IT Departments S….?

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Being named as one of the best IT experts in Canada, iRangers team is often involved in various assessments, discoveries and troubleshooting engagements. While analyzing these cases from several past years, we found some interesting commonalities. No matter which technology is being deployed, assessed or troubleshot, whether it is Microsoft,…

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Single-Factor (password only) Authentication: It’s NOT Enough Nowadays!

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Dell SecureWorks Counter Threat Unit(TM) (CTU) researchers discovered malware that bypasses authentication on Active Directory (AD) systems that implement single-factor (password only) authentication. Threat actors can use a password of their choosing to authenticate as any user. This malware was given the name “Skeleton Key.” CTU researchers discovered Skeleton Key…

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No More SSL 3.0 at Azure Storage Starting Feb. 20, 2015

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Microsoft plans to disable Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 3.0 encryption support in its Azure Storage service next month. Azure Storage won’t support the SSL 3.0 security protocol starting on Feb. 20, 2015, the company announced this week. If organizations still have browsers using that that protocol after February 20, then…

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