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Please note, this article doesn’t address recording or streaming using an Elgato card on Linux. Rather, this article discusses capturing output from Linux to Windows. With that setup, I ran into an issue where I received a ‘No Signal’ when attempting to record from Linux to Windows using an Elgato card. This article discusses why…
In a previous article, we looked at how to safely transmit a backup from the client to the server. In that article, the data was transmitted from the client to the server over an encrypted channel. However, the server would store that data unencrypted. That left anyone with access to the storage server and the…
These extensions adds additional information to a certificate. In a later article, we need these extensions to be included. So, I’ll expand on previous OpenSSL articles and show how we can add these certificate extensions using OpenSSL. Background Extensions add additional information to a certificate. For example, it can specify that keys are only valid…
For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been considering putting together a video course that will provide an introduction to Bacula. If I get enough interest, I will put together this course and this is where I need your help. Course overview First, a little background. Having written several articles regarding Bacula, I’ve seen the…
In this article, I wanted to go through a Python script I created recently, that generates keys and self-signed certificates using OpenSSL. The reason why I wrote the script was to make the generation of multiple keys, certificate signing requests and certificates for test environments easier. I discussed how to make this process a little…
What we do
Lab Eighty Four helps clients identify issues in their technology stack. Through working with the customer, we address, implement and support the implementation of the required fix in their technology stack.
Our experience encompasses multiple different systems and languages in the software stack. We’ve developed applications in
- Java, Scala, C#
- Bash, Python
We have helped develop solutions for, monitoring and configuring customers Amazon Cloud Infrastructure.
We first start by helping the customer through the process of identifying the problem. Then, in collaboration with the customer, we build a set of requirements to address the problem.
We develop and deploy the solution based on the gathered requirements. After the process is completed, we continue to work with the customer, ensuring that the solution is working optimally.