Network Security

  • Top 5 ways to Secure Windows 7

    Microsoft Windows 7 (formerly known as Vienna and Blackcomb) is a complete new version in windows family for use on personal computers, including business PC’s. Windows 7 comes with built-in security features to make the product highly secure...
    By PreciousJohnDoe June 29, 2011 

  • How to Change a WEP Password on a Router

    WEP stands for Wired Equivalent Privacy. It is a deprecated protocol earlier designed to protect 802.11 wireless networks. Since, wireless networks uses broadcasting technology to transmit data, it is necessary to secure data by means of a password. Find...
    By PreciousJohnDoe June 29, 2011 

  • Easy Hack - Why WEP Is a Bad Idea for Your Network

    If you've been on the Internet for a while, you have heard about the differences between WEP and WPA and why the latter is better for network security. But why? What's the big deal? Just how easy is it to hack a wired...
    By Regina Woodard June 28, 2011 

  • Part 2: How Well Does Windows 7 Firewall Work?

    Is the built-in firewall in Windows 7 good enough to protect you online, or should you invest in a third party firewall? We'll explore that question here. Read the rest of the series for more on this topic.
    By Donna Buenaventura June 26, 2011 

  • The Top Five Security Mistakes Businesses Keep Making

    There are some security mistakes that businesses keep making, even though the mistakes are well-known. They may be due to budget issues, time constraints, lack of support staff, or simple lack of understanding of their importance. An ounce of prevention...
    By Lee Clemmer June 16, 2011 

  • Net Monitor for Employees Professional

    Would you like to control remote computers on a network from one location--your computer? How about being able to control, monitor, reboot or shutdown, as well as send messages to someone else's PC? If you've answered yes, you may be interested...
    By Daniel Brecht June 15, 2011 

  • 2 Ways to Beef Up Your Wireless Defenses and Frustrate Hackers

    Wireless networking has become an incredibly popular way of connecting devices to a network. It is, however, full of security holes that are easily exploited by hackers. This holes can be patched, but only if you know what to do.
    By M.S. Smith June 13, 2011 

  • Computer Network Security Problems and Solutions: Quick Fix Tips

    You should think about computer network security problems and solutions to the problems before implementing a network. Even if you have created the network without much thought on safety, we can offer some quick solutions.
    By Arun Kumar (PowercutIN) June 9, 2011 

  • Creating a VLAN for Security

    Creating a VLAN (Virtual Local Area Network) can help to increase security on your network. Many Network Administrators create VLANs to hold down broadcast traffic and ignore their Wireless network. Creating VLANs for your wireless helps broadcast...
    By Steve Mallard May 31, 2011 

  • TrojanHunter Review

    TrojanHunter is a program which detects, removes and provides real-time protection against Trojans. But how well does it work? Read on to find out!
    By Arun Kumar (PowercutIN) May 25, 2011 
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