Chad Anderson

How to Access Security-Enabled Wireless Networks

While every major operating system has automated the connection process, there is still some ambiguity about what each type of encryption and authentication method will require from you. Find out what you need to know for each type of network so you don’t have to ask IT for help.

What to Do about a Bad SSL Certificate – Gmail Guides

Did you know that it is possible for a malicious hacker to fake an SSL certificate and pipe your encrypted traffic through their machine, stripping out your personal information along the way? Read on to find out what you should do if your browser announces an insecure SSL certificate.

Computer Privacy: Cookie Management

Websites are increasingly using tracking cookies to trace your every move across the web and build an advertising profile around your data. Find out how to avoid being tracked and maintain your privacy on the web with proper cookie management.

Reasons to Use International and Offshore Linux Hosting

International and Offshore hosting is not just something taken advantage of by criminals looking to escape legal problems in their home country. There are various reasons that adding an international or offshore server to your current hosting lineup may be advantageous to your company.

Deleting and Recovering Deleted Files In Linux

The default Linux file system has a reputation for being unforgiving when it comes to user mistakes. By employing the same tools used by digital forensic experts and law enforcement agencies, you can quickly recover your lost data and documents after an accidental removal.