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A few weeks ago we learned that a piece of sophisticated malware called VPNFilter infected more than 500,000 routers and other devices around the world. VPNFilter was spotted in some 54 countries, but an increase in activity in Ukraine suggested the malware was created by Russian intelligence looking to disrupt Ukraine either ahead of the Champions League […]
first, lets explain a little bit about ARP. 1. ARP is the process of resolving a mac address from an IP address. It is broadcasted to every host on the local subnet. The very purpose of an ARP cache, is to store the IP to MAC combination in the case that you might be sending […]
Project Fi has incredible speed and service, however there are a few drawbacks over other plans. The base price of text and phone at $20/mo isn’t horrible, but $10/GB of data is pretty steep. If you look at Google’s cloud offering, it’s considerably less than this. So what would make me switch? First off, lower […]
Switching to the cloud may not seem like the best option when it comes to legacy applications. In addition to choosing an appropriate service provider, you must also take into account security, accessibility, labor costs, etc., among other things. In this article we talks about 3 easy ways to move your applications to the cloud. […]
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What type of security control will limit rights and permissions to only what is required to perform a particular job? A) Acceptable use B) Least privilege C) Access control list D) Client certificate E) File systems F) A short work day Follow our Twitter for the answer
You’ve replaced the monitor of a desktop computer with a different brand and model. After the Windows logo appears during startup, the screen turns blank. Which of the following would be the best next troubleshooting step? A) Boot into VGA mode B) Disconnect the monitor and reboot C) Connect to Windows through the serial interface […]
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