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April 12, 2018
By: Shaquib Izhar
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Website Takedown with the “Slowloris DoS Attack”
  A DoS attack is a type of attack where an attacker can suspend services of a host or a website by sending a large amount of traffic and making request constantly from two or more computer or by sending a large number of the packet which makes small servers overload and server goes crash and result “Destination unreachable.” Here I am going to DOS using Perl base program name Slowloris developed by Robert “RSnake” Hansen. Slowloris is a very ...
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April 12, 2018
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By: shubhamg
Often it means to connect some gadgets with each other, and this is the very last option when you want to transfer files, and all other options are dead. We, humans, are moving very fast to an era which is wireless as many of us are moving towards latest gadgets like smartphone, laptop, tablet and many more, moving from traditional computers. ...
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April 11, 2018
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By: Muhammad Ahsan Shakeel
In Windows Server 2012, Microsoft removed the Start button from the lower left. In R2 the Start button has been put back so you can access your application menu. You can still hit the Windows key to access your list if you’ve already gotten used to using it. If you’re not familiar with where the Windows key is, it’s to the left of the ...
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April 11, 2018
By: rollinsduke
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Converter Alert! How to Move Non-Unicode PST to Unicode
A Non-Unicode PST means ANSI file in MS Outlook. Outlook supports two file formats ANSI (lower version of MS Outlook) and Unicode (upgraded edition of MS Outlook). ANSI provides size limit of 2 GB whereas Unicode provides 20 GB support to Outlook PST files. Non-Unicode PST to Unicode converter is developed to upgrade ANSI files to Unicode files in MS Outlook. The software has high-ended capabilities and advanced features to upgrade PST files to higher versions of Outlook. Say ...
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April 10, 2018
By: priyajatoliya
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Top 5 CompTIA Certification Courses That Are Most Sought After
If you are a computer professional such as network administrator, software developer or systems engineer then there are some lucrative job opportunities that you are ducking all along while you have been working at your job – while being on the IT industry forefront, missing out on key skills that build a great career and greater pay package can be fixed. Simply take up one of the courses outlined in the article which provides security plus certification and CompTIA trainin ...
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April 9, 2018
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By: kunalgupta007
I will not be surprised if don’t have any idea about Microsoft “Sysinternals”. But it is not something that you should miss if you’re working in Security/Networking/Linux as an Administrator.  Why Sysinternals? I know It is good to know all CMD Commands but sometimes you may get confused between commands. If you̵ ...
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April 8, 2018
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By: PURUSHOTTAM SHRIVASTAVA
By Purushottam Shrivastava In order to protect email archives, payment databases and other important information many businesses and institutions use some type of encryptions, but using tools like EFS, BitLocker and Guardian Edge can greatly improve corporate security, but they can also create data access issues. Disk encryption is a widely us ...
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April 7, 2018
By: Sahad Mk
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Hacking with Android: The Top Apps to Use
Dear Cybrarians, I’m writing this article after a while.Many of my friends asked me is hacking possible without having a desktop or laptop? I understood their frustration. So I decided to do a write-up on hacking with android applications. There are plenty of Android apps are available for you to use for hacking. So here I will introduce few of them for you from my experience. 1.Termux Termux is a Linux emulator which runs on android without rooting.You can get it from ...
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