This article was originally published on my personal blog at toonk.io

In one of my recent blog posts, we looked at the ~two billion dollars worth of IPv4 assets AWS has collected over the last few years. One of the lessons from that story is that the IPv4 market is…


This article was originally published on the Mysocket.io Blog here

In this blog, we’re introducing a new feature called “private sockets” to solve for the use-case where you’d like your sockets to remain hidden and not visible in the public DNS system. …


This article was originally published on the Mysocket.io Blog here

In this article, we’re introducing SSH-aware sockets with SSH session recording and session replay. It is part of the Mysocket long-term vision to introduce more application-aware proxies. Having these identity and application-aware proxies allows the Mysocket service to provide more…


This article was originally published on the mysocket.io blog: https://www.mysocket.io/post/continuous-access-evaluation-and-session-management

In this article, we’ll introduce session management as a first-class feature, crucial for security and compliance reasons. Session management and audibility will provide you with complete visibility and audit logging. It provides real-time information such as who is visiting what…


This article was originally published on the mysocket blog

In this blog post, we’ll look at the mysocket journey of moving from a single cloud provider to a more flexible and heterogeneous multi-cloud infrastructure. We moved from using just AWS to now also include Stackpath. …


In this blog, we’ll look at how your users can ssh to servers and authenticate using OpenID connect. No need for passwords or even per user ssh keys. Instead, we’ll use Gmail as an example to authenticate users. Gmail is just an example; this could be your corp.com …


This article will take a closer look at network loops and how they can be abused as part of DDoS attacks. Network loops combined with existing reflection-based attacks can create a traffic amplification factor of over a thousand. In this article, we’ll see how an attacker will only need 50mb/s…


Today I’m excited to announce a feature a few of you have asked for — custom DNS names for your sockets.

Up until today, mysocket would generate a random DNS name for your socket. For example, floral-wildflower-1092.edge.mysocket.io. …


Some exciting news today, in this blog post, we’re introducing our new dashboard, portal.mysocket.io. The portal has similar functionality as the mysocketctl CLI tool but also provides access to statistics. Keep on reading; as for you power users, there’s another nice improvement related to tunnel authentication changes.

Demo of the…

In this article, we’ll look at Mysocket’s zero-trust cloud-delivered, authenticating firewall. Allowing you to replace your trusted IP ranges with trusted identities.

Last month we introduced our first zero trust features by introducing the concept of Identity Aware Sockets. …

Andree Toonk

Dutch Network geek based in Vancouver Canada. http://twitter.com/atoonk/

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