Category Archives: Internet Secuirty
As we all know today the main priority is cost savings in every organizations. Keeping this in mind majority of companies are seeking alternative method of saving cost.
One of the way which has become most popular today is consolidating IT infrastructure. That is by getting rid of old, crapey hardware that has been running for donkeys years! which keeps braking every fortnight. Also another concerning factor is space in the Data Center are already filled up, and companies cannot invest in setting up a new data centres, as it will involve huge investments.
So, most of the companys are looking into different types of virtualizations. They are 3 types of virtualizations which are avalable today.
- Hypervisor contains the Virtual Machine Monitor (VMM)
- Guest OS unchanged, Host can be any kind of hardware
- Guest uses generic device drivers
Hardware Virtualization (a.k.a. Hardware Assisted)
- VMM moved to hardware
- Requires VT hardware
- Guest OS unchanged, uses generic device drivers Read the rest of this entry
I have a question today?
How fussy are you to which Wi-Fi signal you connect? i.e., connecting to an open or a secure Wi-Fi connection.
As we know that most of the Coffey shops and pubs allow you to use the free Wi-Fi open connections. Do you even think twice before connecting to a open Wi-Fi signal?
Please put some time to understand what is the risk involved in using an open Wi-Fi connection.
I know getting internet connectivity when your out and about will look like a blessing. However all your data and your laptop itself can be compromised by anyone connecting to open Wi-Fi connections.
Some people think that having a Anti-Virus program or an Firewall enabled laptop will keep them safe, what they don’t know is when they setup the connection with an open Wi-Fi connection they have already established a trust relation with that router.
Windows 7 gives warning to the user that its very risky to connect to a Open and un-secure Wi-Fi networks yet most of the people I know still connect anyway.
Moreover I know a couple of friends who bought a wireless router and started using it without setting up of security key or changing the default admin password. Read the rest of this entry