Getting to Facebook Live from a Protected Network

Recently we published a webinar on our Facebook page about the use of Data Diodes .  We thought it would be illustrative and instructive to run the webinar from behind the protection of our AROW Data Diode. Creating the webinar… Continue Reading →

AROWBftp Python 3

AROWBftp V 2.0.0 is now available based on Python 3.6. Executables can be downloaded here. For purchasers of AROW Data Diodes, the source code can be obtained by   contacting

Synerex represents Somerdata in Korea

Somerdata is delighted to announce the appointment of new representation for Cybersecurity products in the Republic of Korea. Synerex Inc, an established supplier of security products based in Seoul,  is now able to offer Sales and Support for Somerdata’s AROW… Continue Reading →

Choosing the right E1 splitter

When you need to duplicate a unidirectional  E1 data stream, to intercept, provide redundancy or just  monitoring for signal integrity purposes, it’s important to know your options. Unlike some communications signals the E1/T1 physical form is very specific and can… Continue Reading →

We have moved

Please note from 19th July 2017 our new address is Somerdata Ltd The Old Weighbridge Underwood Business park Wells BA5 1AF Telephone Number:01179634050 now available Contact us by email,

Windows Updates across AROW (WSUS)

In order to keep Windows clients updated on your disconnected network you need to connect to the Windows update service.  Clearly with your network protected  by AROW, this is not an option.  Hopefully your normal practice is to control your… Continue Reading →

Template websites -boon or bust?

For small businesses, template websites are the entry into creating your first presence on the web. But  are they a useful shortcut or an invitation to criminals? Let’s first of all define a template website. Setting up a new website… Continue Reading →

Using AROW with Rsyslog

Domain boundary protection can be a problem for sysadmins who need to collate information from multiple sources. The utility rsyslog is often used to enable the system logs from multiple sources to be sent to a single admin monitor. The… Continue Reading →

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