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February 13, 2019
By: kumarsandeep43
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Top 5 Methods to Avoid SQL Database Corruption and Maintain Database
SQL Server is the best database used by organizations. Large applications run of SQL database and use to store their data. However, human errors or system failure may cause corruption in database. So, it is better to adopt methods to prevent SQL database corruption. Database corruption could lead to huge data loss and thus proper maintenance of database should be done.   The SQL server has inbuilt tools by which you can remove minor errors and prevent database from corru ...
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February 9, 2019
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Working as Domain Specialist for 4 years Phishing Websites, Infringement, Abuse, Domain Phishing and all website illegal activities are no longer new to me.  Every day we caught potential domain phishing registration in our system like peypal.com, paaypal.com or myalert-securedauto-inboxlogin.com, a domain name that is very close to PayPal.c ...
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February 9, 2019
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By: KLeBlanc @Solinus CISSP CEH IFCI-CCI
Who is the CyberSecurity Specialist? What is he/she like? Who is he/she? What must he/she do to keep up to date? Where does he/she gather information? What skills are needed? This article and those that follow will be my attempt to answer these questions. The CyberSecurity Specialist certification is designed specifically for the Network S ...
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February 4, 2019
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How to reduce LAN Congestion
In networking term LAN congestion is too much data forced through a route that results in the inability to process the data fast enough which inevitably leads to delays and packet loss. This is common and very serious issue for the network and here’s list of major 5 things that commonly cause LAN traffic congestion: ·         Too many hosts in a collision or broadcast domain ·         Broadcast storms ·         Too much multicast traffic ·    ...
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February 3, 2019
By: Priyank Gada
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What is Access Point | Wireless access point explained
Introduction In this article, we will be talking about a term called ‘Access Point’. We will try to learn what are access points and how do they work. The term ‘Access point’ is often used synonymously with base stations, though base stations are technically only Wi-Fi devices. In this article, we will dive into the term ‘Access Point’. What is an Access Point? Typically, an access point is a device that allows wireless devices to connect ...
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February 1, 2019
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By: Witheredforest
Cyber security is a difficult field, but it is by no means impossible – it all comes down to the cybersecurity mindset. Let’s perform a hypothetical scenario that may be very real to many of you… It’s been a few weeks/months since you started your career studies and you catch yourself looking at job descriptions and fe ...
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January 31, 2019
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By: julianmark
322.69 million wearable devices will be sold globally in 2017, an increase of 39 percent from 232.01 million units in 2015 (Lamkin , 2016). When I think of wearable technologies I think of smartwatches. Smartwatches dominate this market. With this research paper, I plan to investigate how dangerous are smartwatches to our health, how safe is t ...
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January 30, 2019
By: Vikrant Saran
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How To Become A Cybersecurity Analyst
Of what worth would your company’s data be left if it is too malicious to even be accessed? What good would your personal email IDs do if a stranger could intercept and steal your confidential information? Securing the information is as important as creating it in the first place. Moreover, having a whole team to secure your company’s data flowing in your internal network is worth spending moolah. The bright side is that the organizations have now realized the crucial nee ...
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