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The Most Common Types of Attacks on Computer Networks

Posted by on Jun 13, 2014 in Tech | 0 comments

Every organization in existence today owns multiple gadgets, laptops and desktop PCs, and it has become essential to develop a network between all such devices to allow for seamless data sharing. Indeed, with the inception of technologies such as Google ChromeCast, MiraCast, and Wi-Fi direct, there is absolutely no gadget which you cannot wirelessly connect to all other devices. Of course, this amazing feat of science comes with a huge drawback; networks are prone to attacks from hackers, viruses, and bots, so you must steer clear from these. Here are the most common network attack mechanisms that you should be aware of. Eavesdropping Do you think whatever you are surfing is between you and your computer? Well, you may be wrong! Networks, mostly, use “clear-text” format codes to communicate, which means that they are mostly unsecure. For someone who knows the data path your network uses, this is the best possible opportunity to sneak in and get a snoop of all your activities. This is a very dangerous phenomenon, one which enterprise leaders ensure their computer networks are protected against. Data Modification Though it is very difficult, yet possible, to modify your data while it resides in your computer, professional hackers can also modify your data while you download/transmit it through your computer. This...

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The Basics of Home Networking

Posted by on Mar 28, 2014 in Tech | 0 comments

The idea of building a home network for computers used to be a foreign idea for many people. In the past, many houses and families just had one computer. Now, having multiple computers and digital devices in a household making home networking a necessity. Luckily, the process of setting up a home network is relatively simple. A home network is simply a method of multiple computers communicating with one another. When you have two or more computers, you can share many things through a computer network. It makes it much easier to share an internet connection, printers, scanners, stereos, game systems, files, CD burners, and documents. All network have the same essential components of more than one computer, a path for the information to move from one computer to another, and hardware or software. There are two types of home networks: wireless and Ethernet. With both types, the router does the majority of the work by transferring traffic between connected devices. In order to connect a computer network to the internet, it is necessary to install a firewall. This protects the network from hackers who could have the ability to access and destroy data. For home networks, they are necessary because hackers could have access to social security numbers, phone numbers, addresses, and credit...

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How to Connect Nintendo 3DS to WiFi Network

Posted by on Jan 9, 2014 in Tech | 0 comments

One of the great features of the Nintendo 3DS is being equipped with a software that allows you to a WiFi network and play with other players worldwide, or even just your friends. You may also browse the internet and download the stuff you want as long as they are compatible with your 3DS. Allow us to provide an explanation on how to connect your 3DS to a WiFi connection, as provided by http://www.3dsemulatorpro.com/. This is really easy, just...

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A Brief Outline of Broadcom’s Acquisition of Renesas

Posted by on Dec 15, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Broadcom Corporation, which is abbreviated as (NASDAQ: BRCM) is a global leader in semiconductor solutions both the field of wired and also wireless communication systems. Of late Broadcom Corporation has announced on 4th of Sept 2013 the agreement for the acquisition of LTE based assets from many affiliates belonging to the Japanese chip vendor Renesas Electronic Corporation. This revolutionary state of the art acquisition is very likely to accelerate the availability of NASDAQ: BRCM’s very first multimodal carrier-validated dual...

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Why You Should Secure Your Home Wireless Network

Posted by on Dec 12, 2013 in Tech | 0 comments

There are a lot of idle cyber junkies sitting out there – whose activity of fun denotes breaking into unsecured networks, hacking them and leave funny messages – slogans of victory, as if they have conquered an enemy fort. They get an exorbitant amount of high from such activities, its like online opium for them. With Internet ruling our lives in most phases of business and transactions, one has to protect their systems and gadgets from these online parasites....

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Brief history of Broadcom

Posted by on Dec 9, 2013 in Tech | 0 comments

Broadcom Corporation is an American based semiconductor company dealing only in the wireless and broadband communication industry. The company has headquarter in Irvine, headed by a professor-student pair named Henry Samueli and Henry T. Nicholas III who qualified from the University of California, Los Angelesin the year 1991. The company moved from Westwood, Californiaoffice to Irvine, California in the year 1995. Broadcom became a public company on the NASDAQ exchange ticker symbol- BRCMin 1998 and now employs around 11,750...

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Techie DIY Project: Make your own WiFi Extension Booster

Posted by on Dec 6, 2013 in Tech | 0 comments

In this modern world, WiFi internet has exponentially increased in home, work and schools. Wireless technology has made connecting to the internet more convenient than ever. If you’re like most people, your home network includes desktops, laptops, tablets and smart phones – all must be connected wireless through one router. But the problems you might be facing are having limited range of your WiFi signal and there might be some deadspots in certain parts of the home. So what...

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