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Migrating from Tumblr to WordPress on VPS

Preface I’ve had enough with Tumblr. It’s been randomly messing up with <, >, & characters in the Markdown editor. And by that I mean it removed a random subset of content between, before, or after those characters. Or replaced the characters with something else. Or whatever. Then it randomly removed the closing / character […]

Outlook 2019 supports Outlook.com 2FA

Finally, the day has come, folks. I still can’t believe it. After so many friggin’ years this damn application finally supports two-factor authentication for their own service. Without stupid “app passwords”. Can you actually believe that? If the account’s already set up in Windows, it’s like 3 clicks, you don’t even have to enter your […]

Office 365 (still) sucks hard at 2FA

Although Microsoft has been talking and putting up nice videos about 2FA for quite a while, it’s still a pain in the ass. It really is. Let me explain. The theory is that you install the latest Office, enable 2FA for the user in the Office Portal and be done with it. Guess what, that’s […]

Windows 10 Mail app now supports 2FA

Even though the Office 365 team promised 2FA to arrive in Outlook by the end of 2014, it’s still MIA. That’s why it’s so ironic that the consumer-grade Mail app already have this perk. This landed about a month ago, but now I finally get to blog about it. When you add a corporate account, […]

Cisco AnyConnect with Active Directory and Azure Multi-Factor Auth

Preamble This guide will walk you through the steps to set up two-factor authentication on your Cisco ASA for your AnyConnect VPN users, whose credentials are managed by Active Directory. Relax, it only sounds complicated because it is, but not as much as I assumed after not being able to find a single tutorial on […]