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How To Setup, Password Protect & Encrypt Wireless Internet Connection
In this post I will tell you how to configure your own wireless internet connection and to enable password protection and encryption to secure your Wi-Fi network against hackers and unauthorized users.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Securing Windows for the Edge Transport Server Role (part 2) - Creating a New Edge Transport Server Security Policy
When implementing network security through the implementation of an Edge Transport server, a security policy can be created on the Edge server.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Securing Windows for the Edge Transport Server Role (part 1) - Using the SCW Template
After the Edge Transport server role has been installed, you can follow this procedure to configure a security policy with the Security Configuration Wizard
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Edge Transport Server Connectors (part 2) - Setting Message Delivery Limits, Configuring Authoritative Domains
One of the most important security measures you can implement on your SMTP connectors is setting message delivery limits.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Edge Transport Server Connectors (part 1) - Configuring Send Connectors on the Edge Transport Server
As discussed in the section on Hub Transport servers, the Send Connectors needed on your Edge Transport server are automatically generated by the EdgeSync service. If you elect to not create an Edge subscription, you must manually configure the Send Connectors.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Server and Transport-Level Security - Exchange Server 2007 SMTP Connectors (part 2) - Hub Transport Server Connectors
After the Hub Transport server role has been installed on an Exchange Server 2007 server in your environment, you must configure the appropriate Send and Receive Connectors. Until this has been accomplished, the server will be unable to send SMTP messages to, or receive them from, the Internet.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Server and Transport-Level Security - Exchange Server 2007 SMTP Connectors (part 1) - Connector Topology
SMTP is a protocol that is used for sending email messages between servers. Because most email systems that are connected to the Internet today utilize SMTP as their messaging standard, it is important to understand how it works with Exchange Server 2007.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Server and Transport-Level Security - Transport-Level Security Defined
Whereas server-level security focuses on protecting the data stored on the server from internal or external attacks, transport-level security focuses on protecting the data while it is in transit from the sender to the recipient.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Exchange Server-Level Security Features (part 2) - Protecting Exchange Server 2007 from Viruses
Exchange 2007 includes many improvements to assist organizations with their antivirus strategies. The product continues to support the Virus Scanning Application Programming Interface (VSAPI).
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Exchange Server-Level Security Features (part 1) - Exchange Server 2007 Antispam Measures
As previously mentioned, spam is a global problem that affects everyone with an Internet-accessible email address. The spam problem has grown beyond bothersome; it has become an issue that negatively impacts end-user productivity and places a significant burden on messaging systems.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Components of a Secure Messaging Environment (part 5) - Using Email Disclaimers
Email disclaimers are notices that are automatically appended to outgoing messages. These disclaimers are primarily intended to reduce liability, and to caution recipients not to misuse the information contained within.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Components of a Secure Messaging Environment (part 4) - Establishing a Corporate Email Policy, Securing Groups
An important step in securing your messaging environment is to secure distribution and mail-enabled security groups. For instance, CompanyABC is a medium-sized company with 1,000 users.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Components of a Secure Messaging Environment (part 3) - Hardening Windows Server 2003 - Running SCW
The SCW is installed in the Administrative Tools section of the Start menu. When you run the SCW, you will have an opportunity to select what roles the server plays. Note that the SCW has already selected the roles that it is aware of, as shown in Figure 3.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Components of a Secure Messaging Environment (part 2) - Hardening Windows Server 2003 - Using the Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer
The Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA) is a tool that identifies common security misconfigurations and missing hotfixes. This information is gathered via local or remote scans of Windows systems.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Components of a Secure Messaging Environment (part 1) - Hardening Windows Server 2003 - Auditing Policies
Audit policies are the basis for auditing events on a Windows Server 2003 system. Bear in mind that auditing can require a significant amount of server resources and can potentially slow server performance, especially if the server does not have adequate memory or CPU bandwidth available.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Server and Transport-Level Security - Considering the Importance of Security in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment
Security in a networking environment first starts with considering the importance of a security model within the networking environment. Part of the security model involves internal security practices, and a portion of the security model depends on the level of security built in to the technology products being implemented.
Security and Windows 8: Keeping Your PC Safe (part 2) - Windows SmartScreen, Using Windows SmartScreen, Action Center Improvements
Microsoft added an interesting and useful security feature to Internet Explorer 9 called SmartScreen that helps guard your PC against malicious software downloads
Security and Windows 8: Keeping Your PC Safe (part 1) - Windows Defender, Boot-Time Security
Windows Defender, like its predecessor, is great at what it does. But there’s one problem with an integrated antivirus and anti-malware solution like Defender, and that is that Windows 8 must be running for it to work.
Netgear EX6200 AC1200 Wi-fi Range Extender
I love getting equipment from Netgear, because it's covered in that lovely low-tack plastic protective film that compulsive/obsessives like me find so therapeutic to remove. Whatever is underneath looks great until dust inevitably heads towards it.
Windows 8 : Managing BitLocker and other policy-based mobility tools (part 5) - Configuring offline file synchronization, Configuring policy settings for device power
When offline files are enabled, other settings also need to be configured to enable the files to synchronize. Because a number of services are available that Windows 8 can synchronize with, the settings have been placed in Control Panel under a Sync Options heading.
Windows 8 : Managing BitLocker and other policy-based mobility tools (part 4) - Configuring policy settings for offline files
Offline files settings enable a device to continue working with files that were obtained from the network while the device is disconnected. Changes made to these files are synchronized with the network when the device is reconnected.
Windows 8 : Managing BitLocker and other policy-based mobility tools (part 3) - Managing BitLocker at the command line
Although the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is present on an increasing number of devices to aid with security, there are still devices in use today that do not use TPM technology.
Windows 8 : Managing BitLocker and other policy-based mobility tools (part 2) - Managing BitLocker at the command line
Like many other features in Windows 8, BitLocker supports command-line operations. This section describes both the Windows PowerShell cmdlets and Manage-bde.exe, which is a BitLocker command-line tool.
Windows 8 : Managing BitLocker and other policy-based mobility tools (part 1) - Configuring BitLocker policies
BitLocker is an encryption technology used to ensure that an entire volume is encrypted. Encrypting File System (EFS) enables encryption on specified files and folders, which allows granular control of the technology but makes management more difficult because the encrypted files or folders can be anywhere on the disk.
Connecting Us TP-LINK TL-PA6010 Test
Nowadays, it is necessary to have an Internet connection. The ubiquity of online and mobile devices increasing exponentially around the globe, in turn, also introduces additional hassle when it comes to managing a home network.
Wireless Connections: What You Need To Know (Part 5)
A Bluetooth link is established by instructing two compatible devices to scan for and connect to one another (sometimes a passkey is required to confirm the link, so you can’t simply connect your phone to someone else’s without their assistance).
Wireless Connections: What You Need To Know (Part 3)
RFID transmitters don’t necessarily need a power source. The chip has such modest power demands that it can run off the current induced by a nearby electromagnet (see Wireless power, p58), and this can be built into the reader. Conversely, it’s possible to use powered RFID tags that communicate with passive readers.
Wireless Connections: What You Need To Know (Part 2)
WiGig can use low-frequency communications to talk to a device that’s 10m away on the other side of a wall, or automatically switch up to 60GHz to communicate with a device sitting right next to the transceiver at up to 7Gbits/sec.
Wireless Connections: What You Need To Know (Part 1)
The simplest sort of wireless communication is where a device transmits an open signal into the ether, which can be received and understood by any listening device. It’s the way traditional broadcast radio works, and the same radio frequency (RF) technology can be used in hobbyist computing projects where there isn’t a need for secure communications.
Routers - March 2014 (Part 4) - Trendnet TEW-812DRU, Asus RT-AC56U, Tenda W300D
This dual-band 802.11ac router needs an Ethernet internet connection and has four further Gigabit Ethernet ports for sharing the connection. Its wireless networks are secure by default and the basic configuration is clear and straightforward, though it loses this clarity when you delve deep into its configuration to set up its advanced tools.
Routers - March 2014 (Part 3) - Buffalo AirStation Dual Band 11AC WZR-1166DHP, Netgear D6200
The WZR-1166DHP is a simultaneous dual-band router with both 2.4GHz 802.11n and 5GHz 802.11ac networks. It's a standard model that uses Ethernet to connect to the internet, but it doesn’t have built-in ADSL options.
Routers - March 2014 (Part 2) - Asus RT-AC68U, Tenda W1800R
The Tenda W1800R is the cheapest 802.11ac router in this test. It connects to the internet via Ethernet (so you’ll need an Ethernet modem if you use ADSL), and has four further Gigabit Ethernet ports and two USB ports. Its two networks (2.4GHz 802.11n and 5GHz 802.11ac) can operate simultaneously.
Routers - March 2014 (Part 1) - BT Home Hub 5
The Home Hub 5 is BT's first 802.11ac router, but you don’t have to be a BT Broadband customer to use it. The device supports both ADSL and VDSL (fiber) connections, and there’s also a Gigabit Ethernet WAN (Wide Area Network) port to connect to a cable modem, so it should work with any type of internet connection you have now or in the foreseeable future.
Lap Test – Aztech HL113E/EW Powerline Routing
Setting up a home network might be a bit cumbersome if you have to lay out extremely long LAN cables or use multiple access points just to reach all the corners of your house. There is a simpler solution to all of this in the form of powerline networking, so we're glad to have gotten our hands on Aztech's homeplug wireless starter kit, which includes the HL113E and HL113EW.
Windows Server 2008 : Security Configuration Wizard (part 2) - Using scwcmd
The configure command applies a SCW-generated security policy to one or more computers. This syntax is similar to the analyze command.
Windows Server 2008 : Security Configuration Wizard (part 1) - Understanding the Security Configuration Wizard
The Security Configuration Wizard (SCW) can help you increase security on a system (or multiple systems). The wizard leads you through the process of identifying several things you can do to increase the security.
8 Tips To Protect Your Business’s Wireless Network
Enamored by Wi-Fi’s convenience, we tend to be blind to its risks. Many routers are riddled with security holes that leave your data exposed to enterprising hackers and other intruders. And if you run a business, the jeopardy is even greater. To keep your wireless network secure, follow these eight security tips.
Web Security : Automating with LibWWWPerl - Using Threading for Performance
You want to have your Perl script issue multiple simultaneous requests. You could do this because you’re trying to test concurrency issues (what happens when several users work on the same part of the application?) or because you’re trying to increase the load that your server puts on the server.
Web Security : Automating with LibWWWPerl - Editing a Page Programmatically
You want to fetch a page from your application, read it, and then modify part of it to send back in your response. For our example, we will modify a page on Wikipedia.
Web Security : Automating with LibWWWPerl - Uploading Viruses to Applications, Parsing for a Received Value with Perl
A virus file is an excellent test case to see how your application handles failures in the underlying operating system. This recipe gives you a 100% harmless way to test how your application responds when a virus file is uploaded.
 
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