[ANNOUNCE] Joint UMSL AITP and STL LUG Mtg ~ 16 November 2017

SLUUG Announcement List announce at sluug.org
Thu Nov 16 05:39:39 CST 2017

Thu Nov 16	 		

	       Required Campus Parking Permits Still Available By
      <mailto:lvl at omnitec.net?subject=November%20Meeting%20Parking%20Permit>


  5:30pm ~ 8:30pm STL AITP ~ Joint Mtg with StL Linux Users Group
  5:30pm ~ 8:30pm StL Linux Users Group

	       TOPIC Exorcising a badly managed WordPress server
		       by Lee Lammert and Chuck Doolittle
		    Meeting Fee Waived for STLLINUX Members
	UMSL ~ University of Missouri Saint Louis, Express Scripts Hall,
			Natural Bridge Rd., StL MO 63121


This will be a joint meeting of the UMSL student chapter of AITP and
the Saint Louis Linux Users Group!

VENUE: Express Scripts Hall is on West Dr. north of Natural Bridge Rd.  We
expect to be in Room 204. Social Networking and light refreshments at 5:30PM.
Presentation starts at 6:00PM.  The usual AITP meeting fee has been waived
for STL LINUX members.  If you don't have a UMSL campus parking permit, you
will get ticketed by campus police.  To get a parking permit you can
send <mailto:lvl at omnitec.net?subject=November%20Meeting%20Parking%20Permit>.
We use your email address to send you the parking permit.

TOPIC Exorcising a badly managed WordPress server by Lee Lammert and
Chuck Doolittle.  Based on real world experience, we will look at different
ways to isolate malware and remediate; examples are taken from WordPress
installations, as the WordPress administrators seldom have the background
to secure the system properly.

Dr. Lee Lammert is the chief scientist at OmniTech Corp.  Chuck Doolittle
is a Systems Administrator (sysadmin) with a wide breath of experience
in different Operating Systems and hardware.  He's employed by Graybar

The Saint Louis MO, STL Linux Users Group meets monthly to talk about
Linux.  This GNU/Linux Users Group usually holds its meetings on the
third Thursday of every month.  Please note this location and time change
differs from the usual STL LINUX meetings.

STL LINUX Meetings are free and open to everyone.


More information about the ANNOUNCE mailing list