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Citrix administrators can take their days back and stop troubleshooting other teams' problems with John Smith's advice.

Learn how using the right weighting models can drastically improve your IT monitoring system's alerts

This week we're sharing a quick down-and-dirty video guide to finding expiring and expired certificates in your network. ExtraHop makes it easy to find not only expired certs, but which servers those…

The recent revelations about the data breach at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) are alarming, to put it mildly. During the year that attackers went undetected, attackers stole the forms…

Conga, a leading provider of Salesforce.com productivity applications, had the best kind of problem: customers were lining up to use their applications. Now they had to figure out how to quickly scale…

Few things in life are patently irrefutable. We do, however, find comfort in those things that are. The things that we know, down to the very fiber of our being, beyond the marrow of our bones, to be…

"What started as a back-end IT tool is helping turn the IT department into a profit center for the company." That's how service-level engineer Todd Williams of MEDHOST describes ExtraHop in a recent…

Since the early days of the Internet, site owners and admins have craved deeper, more meaningful insight into user experience. Knowing what happens when someone visits your site is strategically…

A white paper will always be a white paper. It will be long, likely densely packed with (hopefully useful) technical information about a product. It will take time to consume, probably cover a…

The 00001100th Man is ExtraHop's geeky salute to a beloved Seahawks tradition. It's our way of showing our love for the amazing Seattle technology community that is cheering for the Seahawks alongside…

Tony Grosinger is a framework engineer at ExtraHop Networks. One of the reasons I love working at ExtraHop is the lack of meetings and abundance of uninterrupted development time. However, I quickly…

On Wednesday, NIST released information about a vulnerability in the GNU Bash shell that enables remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on the target system. For details, I recommend this…