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March 23, 2018

CompTIA Certification Training — Get 14 Courses For Only $59

The Information Technology industry has witnessed exponential growth over the years, and if you want to be a part of this growing industry, it’s important for you to earn certificates in this field.

Organisations always prefer employees with strong internationally-recognized professional certifications that proof your skills, knowledge, and what you know—giving you more credibility and determination to advance your career.

Certification training not only helps you cover new areas but also enables you to reinforce the skills you already have.There are a wide number of courses and training programs in the market, but CompTIA certifications are among the most [...]

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January 26, 2018

DDoS attack from Browser-based Botnets that lasted for 150 hours

Browser-based botnets are the T-1000s of the DDoS world. Just like the iconic villain of the old Judgment Day movie, they too are designed for adaptive infiltration. This is what makes them so dangerous. Where other more primitive bots would try to brute-force your defenses, these bots can simply mimic their way through the front gate.

By the time you notice that something`s wrong, your perimeter has already been breached, your servers were brought down, and there is little left to do but to hang up and move on.

So how do you flush out a T-1000? How do you tell a browser-based bot from a real person using a real browser? Some common bot filtering methods, [...]
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January 26, 2018

Master Password Protection added to Google Chrome’s Password Manager

2013-12-05T03:33:00-11:00Thursday, December 05, 2013 Mohit Kumar Just like other Web Browsers, The Google Chrome also offers a password manager feature that can save your logins and basic information for automatic form-filling. The Google Chrome browser stores all your passwords in the plain text format and is available for access by opening the following URL in your Chrome browser – “chrome://settings/passwords”. Unlike Firefox, till now Google Chrome was not offering any Master Protection. Finally Google has implemented a Master Password protection on Chrome password manager in Windows and Mac. Now you have to enter your Windows account password to [...]
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January 26, 2018

Mozilla recommends the use of Open Source Browsers against State Surveillance

After the revelations from NSA internal documents leaked by Edward Snowden, the world knows the NSA as the Real Techie Gangster of this 21st Century, with the ability to brutally infiltrate every kind of electronic device, the Internet, and global communications.  “It is becoming increasingly difficult to trust the privacy properties of software and services we rely on to use the Internet. Governments, companies, groups and individuals may be surveilling us without our knowledge. ” The Inventor of JavaScript & current CTO of Mozilla, Mr. Brendan Eich said in a blog post

NSA is not just focused on high-tech exploits, but also specialize in inserting secret [...]

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