Tag Archives: network

Six Network Security Predictions for 2014

New Year’s Eve party madness is long over. Time to think about our poor, exposed computers (and other devices, apparently), because the thirteen at the end of 2014 might prove unlucky for technology users.

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Wireless network hacker targeted Seattle-area businesses

Law officers have moved to seize a Seattle man’s car they claim was used in a “wardriving” spree that saw Seattle-area wireless networks hacked and harvested for information.

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Secure Wireless Network at Home

When you set up a wireless home computer network, it’s critical to keep it safe and inaccessible to outsiders.

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Recover Network security blunders

We’ve all made one in our career – I’m talking about that blunder you thought would cost you your job. My first major blunder was rebooting all the campus router pairs at one time, not one by one, all at once.

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Open Wi-Fi networks is stupid

The privacy furore over Google Street View misses the point. OMG, as folk in more youthful circles text on their phones. I’m finding it hard to believe the ridiculous furore over the Google Wi-Fi-sniffing Street View cars!

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Important Network Security Issues

As more computers enter our lives, it is not unusual for a household to have a minimum of two computers in the home. But with more computers there are more concerns about network security. In this article you’ll learn how to keep your home computer safe.

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Filter the navigation of the website and access to Web sites

surfing sites not managed to kill your productivity. And your computer and the network is open to attack if malicious Web sites are visited

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