I know ZFS has protection against silent corruption, but I'm building a Windows server. Are there options out there for adding local, silent-corruption-protected storage to a Windows server, or is ZFS-over-network the only option?
I would like to pay extra for something that can compute the checksums fast enough to make the hard drive the bottleneck. Are such I/O cards available?
Whenever I run smartctl -i /dev/sd* where * is a drive that is plugged into the same host bus adapter as another drive that is currently being erased with an hdparm secure erase command, the smart command will just 'hang' and not return (blocked) until the erasure of the other drive is finished. To make matters worse you can't cntrl-c out of it.
I want to secure our centrally managed computers better and it is very difficult to automatically deploy the java runtime, but how to do that is another question.
I find the security of Java catastrophic, even if it is fully patched: It looks like if the user says yes
to the innocent question "Do you trust this certificate", java can do whatever it wants.
Java webstart also seems to be an univer
It seems that servers are only as secure as the machine that holds the keys and that in turn means the desktop/screensaver password is the line of defence for not only the desktop itself but any remote servers normally accessed.
currently there are so many forum threads even a more than 17pages on cpanel about ways and patches to secure the server against such type of attack
I used cloud linux but it made my sever unstable and I had a lot of down time and high loads
Please make an official patch to secure server against such type of attacks