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I had phimosis and a circumcision at 20, ask me anything

Ya but what price do you pay 90% of your nerves are gone and you only got 10%. Some people who claim sex felt better after circumcision weren't exposed long enough for it to desensitize dramatically, it usually takes around 5 years +, And if you are one of those people who say sex feels way better uncut and have been for more then 5 years then you probably had something wrong with your ... Choosing Circumcision tells my story, and I am always willing to answer questions about it. (The best way to ask is to send me an email.) I also run a few forums on the topic. No question is out of bounds, so ask me anything. You’re here for information, and sharing that information is why I’m here. Ask Pastor John. Questions and answers with John Piper. Look at the Book. ... Not while circumcised, but while uncircumcised; 11 and he received the sign of circumcision, a seal of the righteousness of the faith which he had while uncircumcised, so that he might be the father of all who believe without being circumcised, that righteousness ... Your doctor may ask you to fast for about six hours before the procedure. You may also need to stop taking certain medications, such as blood thinners, for at least 24 hours. Partial circumcision ... The process was so easy.When I was in school I couldn’t stand the fact I wasn’t circumcised.And it was painful to have sex.I think my parents didn’t get it done as a baby to stop me from making baby’s understandably I can get that just get them done as baby’s that will crush someone’s self a stem down the line when they get older my parents couldn’t understand welll parent Idk ... The obligation to circumcise on the eighth day trumps certain Shabbat laws, so the brit milah is held on the eighth day even if it is a day when surgery would generally be forbidden. “Great is circumcision,” say the sages, “that it supersedes the stringent Shabbat.”8 However, this applies only if the brit is eight days after vaginal birth. . If the child was born via C-section, or if ... 2 I want you to know how hard I am contending for you and for those at Laodicea, and for all who have not met me personally. 2 My goal is that they may be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may have the full riches of complete understanding, in order that they may know the mystery of God, namely, Christ, 3 in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. Christology teaches us that Jesus had to be man so that He could die - and had to be God so that His death would pay for our sins. It is perhaps the most important area of theology. Without a proper understanding of who Jesus Christ is and what He accomplished, all other areas of theology will be errant as well. Choosing Circumcision is a site I pay for out of pocket because other men need it, and because without it there just isn't any first-hand experience to be found on the internet. If you'd like to make a contribution, please consider posting in the forums. I hate how circumcision is just treated as a joke on mainstream television. There's an entire episode of Seinfeld, for example, about finding a mohel so they can go through with their weird jewish circumcision party. Kramer is the only character who has anything negative to say about circumcision and he is the subject of ridicule for it.

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2022.01.17 12:50 snorkel42 Security Cadence: Admin Segmentation

Hello Again and Happy MLK Day to my fellow Americans!
This is another installment of my weekly Security Cadence posts. If you are not familiar with what these are, please read the FAQ here:
Previous posts can be found at /SecurityCadence or here on SysAdmin.
My last two posts have led to various conversations about methods used for isolating Administrative tasks. There are a lot of ways of skinning this cat: Jump Servers, Privileged Access Workstations (PAWs), VPNs, Proxies, VDIs, etc... It is really matter of determining your level of risk tolerance, what you are trying to prevent, and what works best in your own environment. I'm going throw out some ideas in this post, but I really hope that the comments is where the real action is.
What Is It?
At a high level, all I'm talking about here is some mechanism of segmenting off IT administrative actions such as RDP/SSH/HTTPS access to systems, services, and critical infrastructure from IT staff's daily driver systems and from the general population networks.
Why Is This Important?
As IT staff we have a lot of privileged access to sensitive systems that if compromised could be catastrophic for a business. As such, we must take reasonable measures to protect that access. We often do this by maintaining separate privileged user accounts, but we should really take that further by maintaining segmented and heavily secured access to our administration interfaces. Doing so greatly reduces our attack surfaces, makes it considerably easier for us to monitor for abnormal behavior in these sensitive environments, and enforce more strict baseline security (heavily restricted or absolutely no internet access, very limited software installed, more frequent patching, short idle time outs, etc...). This also provides us an easy segment to enforce stricter authentication and authorization policies.
Just as it is a good idea to keep your work and personal life separate, it is a good idea to keep your non-admin and admin life separate. You should isolate high risk administrative access from the systems, networks, and logons you use for browsing the internet and checking your email.
How Do I Do It?
This is where I really hope the sysadmin community will jump in. There are a lot of ways to attack this. My biggest advice is to just keep the benefits I mentioned above in mind: Reduce attack surface, improve monitoring and logging of admin access, enforce stricter security controls for admin interfaces. Work backwards from those goals to figure out how to accomplish this in your own environment. That said, here are some ideas to consider...
Jump Servers - I'm using this term rather loosely, but it is essentially some sort of system that you connect into prior to performing your admin functions. Think of it as a bridge between your workstation network and your critical infrastructure. This could be a terminal server, a virtual desktop, or a physical system. It could be on-prem or cloud. It really is a matter of what works best in your environment. Whatever method you choose, the basic implementation is that you have a subnet specific to your jumper servers, you have strict firewall policies that restrict what can reach those jump servers (IT workstations) and you also have strict firewall policies that restrict administrative access to your infrastructure to only those jump servers. Access to your jump servers should be protected as much as you can with things like MfA.
One of the common downsides of this method is that there is a risk of keyloggers or theft of cached credentials on the IT employee's workstation being used to gain authentication to a jump server which is then a treasure trove of admin goodies. First, you should definitely understand that this is still much, much better than the IT employee's workstation having direct administrative access to critical infrastructure. Additionally, this is why it is important to secure authentication to that jump server. Firewall rules and MfA are key here... Especially if your MfA is biometric. Consider other things such as certificate / smart card auth.
That said, if your tolerance for risk is very small here, then a potential option I'd suggest turning to is enterprise password vaults. Many enterprise password vaults such as PasswordState, Secret Server, and CyberArk have built in RDP and SSH clients. What these allow you to do is launch a remote session directly from your secured password vault to your jump server and for that session to be automatically logged on to with credentials you don't know and never type in. Your password vault can also automatically rotate those credentials after every use. Depending on the implementation, this may also allow you to restrict via firewalls RDP/SSH access to your jump server to only originating from the password vault. (This method is also fantastic for handling contractor access to systems, but that's another post).
Another downside is that the jump server itself becomes such a juicy target. This is particularly true for implementations such as a shared terminal server where several admins perform administrative tasks on a single system. Again, strict security controls are key to reduce the attack surface of these golden goose eggs as much as possible. Also heightened monitoring and alerting is very important. One simple thing to consider is just frequent automated reboots of the system (EOD and BOD, for example) to clear out cache. You should also enforce automatic logout of disconnected, idle sessions.
Privileged Access Workstation (PAW) - This is an idea that has kind of morphed over time and as such there are several variations on the theme. At it's heart, it is exactly what it sounds like: a specific workstation that is used only for privileged access work. Historically, you'd see these as a separate system on an IT admin's desk (or in a more physically secured location). There are obvious limitations with a setup like this (especially in times of global pandemics where sane companies are having IT staff work from home), but -as with all things- the concept has morphed and changed to be more reasonable and to utilize technology like secure VM's running in parallel with the IT admin's normal workstation. I'd recommend taking a look at Microsoft's PAW deployment guide if this is of interest to you:
A Word About Network Segmentation
A key element of this security control is network segmentation so that the administration traffic is strictly controlled. Essentially what you are looking for is a dedicated pathway from your daily use system to your privileged access system and from your privileged access system to the things you have to administer. The most basic mechanism for this is host based firewalls (see last week's post), but that is just one of many ways. More sophisticated "next generation firewalls" would add a lot more intelligence here beyond simple layer 3/4 controls such as also validating the logged in user to the source system, identifying the application being used for connectivity, and performing typical IPS functions. Some firewalls, such as Palo Alto's, also can insert MfA challenges before even allowing a network connection to be established. Many organizations use VPN technologies to isolate management traffic, which is also a very sound control.
There are many possible segmentation solutions, but at the end of the day what you are looking for are network segments that are clearly defined for the use case of administration and NOTHING else. Once those are established, you've created a really easily scoped area to focus your monitoring and alerting on.
So What Exactly Is Behind This Admin Segment?
I'm calling this out separately because this is where I often see this security control meet resistance. What admin interfaces should be restricted to this admin segment? I think the knee jerk reaction from IT departments considering this control is that it has to be everything and there are too many edge cases or tricky admin dashboards to get moved, so this control will never work. It is time for my favorite security catchphrase:
Start small. Hell, start with restricting RDP access to your domain controllers to just your admin segment. That SHOULD be really low impact, super easy to setup, and be a significant improvement to your security posture (Seriously, can anyone argue that RDP access to a domain controller should be available to any workstation on the network?) Move from there. Consider what you can do with the least amount of resistance both from the standpoint of interrupting workflows and from the standpoint of angering fellow staff. How about locking down access to your SAN's admin interfaces? Can anyone complain about that? Your ESXi hosts? Backup Servers? Anti-Virus? On and on and on.. Keep your eye on the end goal, which really should be everything... If it takes you 2 years to get there, then so be it. Most is better than none.
I hope someone finds this helpful! Now, for the Reverend Martin Luther King... Sing!
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