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How to Open PST Files without Outlook
By: eddieamell
September 21, 2017

If the Outlook PST files causing trouble in opening or viewing, then there are very many chances of PST file corruption or it may be due to something else. If those PST files are corrupted or inaccessible than user won't able to view Emails, Calendars, Contacts, Notes, Tasks and Journal entries etc., and  if those PST files are important to user then ...

Exciting News from EC Council
By: Olivia
September 20, 2017

Every infosec professional who has ever argued against the CEH exam may change their minds after this recent announcement from EC Council. The certifying body will be launching a new, fully-proctored ‘Licensed Penetration Tester (LPT)’ Certification at this year’s Hacker Halted.The new LPT certification exam will be delivered as a live test that can be ...

Traveling to the Cloud!
By: Sasha Radenovic
September 20, 2017

Regarding Cloud technologies, there are two sides of the story: on the one hand, there are suppliers of new technologies that, as always move forward, and on the other hand, users who do not want to change anything won't change anything. So let’s try to approach this “problem” with win-win solutions for both sides, but with emphasis on ...

Preventive Security - Alive or Dead
By: Mike Ship
September 20, 2017

Preventive Security - Alive or Dead There are some new buzz words in the cyber security industry today. Terms such as “data-driven security” and “security analytics” seem to be in the forefront and what all of the “cool” kids are talking about while the “old-timers” dig in ...

No-Cost and Low-Cost Cybersecurity Courses and Tools on Cybrary
By: ginasilvertree
September 19, 2017

Tight on cash? Same here. So, today, I set out to find all the low-cost and no-cost items on Cybrary. After a few searches, I found several posts that highlight free tools, free classes and low-cost study tools. Now, my reading/study lists are set for the next few weeks, months...years :)First, here's a list of all the free beginner, ...

Free OST Converter Software for OST file to PST Conversion
By: alvina11
September 19, 2017

SysInfoTools OST to PST Converter software is an advanced solution for Exchange to Outlook migration. Via this software, you can successfully export mailbox content from OST to PST file format. It causes no alteration or changes during OST to PST conversion and keeps the original OST file intact. If you ...

OST to PST Conversion
By: stevesmith27
September 19, 2017

Quickly Convert OST to PST Format to Import OST Data to Outlook Whenever users get an error while opening OST files, the user must go with the OST to PST Converter to overcome from this situation. It easily converts OST to PST format to save Exchange OST emails in Outlook PST format. Then only users are able to ...

Tutorial: Book Search Perl Application Code
By: Bmsr256
September 18, 2017

Today, I want to show you a book search source code written in Perl. Perl is a very useful and powerful programming language like Python, except Perl still remains on lots of Unix-like operating systems.This application searches for information on some web sites. I put Wikipedia, but you can change this with whatever you want. The code is posted ...

Windows 10: Securing the Boot Process
By: Mike Ship
September 18, 2017

                           Windows 10: Securing the Boot Process An operating system’s principal function is to provide a safe execution environment in which users’ programs run. This requires a basic framework for uniform program execution with a uniform and standardized way to use the hardware ...

Your Complete Guide to Raspberry Pi
By: Olivia
September 16, 2017

What is Raspberry Pi? Raspberry Pi is a small computer that costs between $5 and $35, but can function as a desktop computer or be used for additional functions, such as building smart devices. Originally, the Pi was intended for usage in schools as a method of increasing interest in computers among children and ...