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James Massardo

James Massardo is the Lead Customer Architect at Chef focusing on large enterprise. He has more than 20 years supporting and managing large Windows fleets. In his free time, he works with local schools to promote STEM education through competitive robotics programs.


Testing Windows DNS SIGRed Vulnerability with Chef InSpec

It’s not DNS. There’s no way it’s DNS. It was DNS. A system administrator’s haiku, many have uttered before. Today it rings true once again. CVE-2020-1350 is a vulnerability found in _all_ versions of Windows Server DNS back to 2003. Found by the folks at Checkpoint, this is a highly critical vulnerability.

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Chef Habitat for Windows: Troubleshooting

Summary Greetings! Today, I’ll be reviewing some steps for troubleshooting Habitat on Windows.

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Chef Habitat on Windows: Examples

Post 2 of 3 Post 1 – Chef Habitat on Windows: Basics Post 3 – Chef Habitat on Windows: Troubleshooting Greetings! Today, I’ll be outlining some examples and patterns for packaging Windows applications with Chef Habitat.

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Chef Habitat on Windows: Basics

Post 1 of 3 Post 2 – Chef Habitat on Windows: Examples Post 3 – Chef Habitat on Windows: Troubleshooting Greetings! Today, I’ll be introducing some of the basics for Chef Habitat, specifically focusing on Chef Habitat on Windows.

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