Network Security Archive

Top 10 Tips For Protecting Yourself At Hot Spots

From the Grafdom web site:
[E]very time you connect at a hotspot, you’re asking for trouble. Hotspots are open networks that don’t use encryption, which invites hacking and snooping. In addition, when you’re on a hotspot you’re connected to the same network as your fellow hotspot users, they can potentially weasel their way onto your PC […]

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Eavesdropping on Computer Bots

“I have two machines here running in an isolated network. I infect one with the malware, and I have the other machine pretending to be the entire Internet,” he explained.
The second machine, known as a sandnet, is a custom-made tool for analyzing malware in an environment that is isolated, yet provides a virtual Internet for […]

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Emails And Network Security

by Andrew Corner
With the number of small, home-based businesses at present, computers and the internet are fast establishing themselves as essential tools for business management. But the active use of computers in business as means of banking and other financial transactions has attracted unscrupulous individuals. These individuals come up with programs and viruses that are […]

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