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With an increasing amount of our data being spread out over devices that are not in sync, accessing a device remotely makes a lot of sense. We take a look at the various methods you could use and we also look at some of the best tools for accessing computers remotely.
To understand what Dynamic DNS or DDNS is, we first need to look at what exactly it is that a static DNS – simply known as a “DNS” – does and take it from there. We will also need to briefly touch on other topics like static and dynamic IP addresses as well as DHCP servers.
If you are experiencing performance issues on your network, it could be the hardware that is letting you down. Performing CPU benchmark tests is a great way to troubleshoot the hardware on your network. We'll show you how to do so in our step-by-step guide and fill you in on the best tools for the job.
Whether they are major or minor, network connection failures can be daily occurrences, and it can happen to the best of them. We'll show you how to use Ping, Tracert, and professional tools to conduct a network stability test.
There is a host of malware detection and malware analysis software solutions that have evolved to counter persistent network threats. In this post, we look at the types of tools available (SIM, SEM, & SIEM), and we review the seven best malware detection tools to help you decide which one is right for your network.
An in depth look at database encryption software and a review of the best tools, how they differ, how well they perform and why we need database encryption.
In the digital realm, a honeypot is a word used to describe a “fake” network that is created to attract undesired traffic. This is accomplished by dangling "goodies" in front of them to the point that they can’t resist trying to gain access to what they assume is a real network.