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Easy and Secure File Transferring with WinSCP

Easy and Secure File Transferring with WinSCP Working in a multi-OS environment often requires transferring files between two machines running entirely different operating systems. Even...

Getting Started with the Beaglebone

The article aims to make a novice well-versed with the Beaglebone. The article gives a brief overview of the Beaglebone and how to toggle...
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Going Virtual With OpenVZ

This article is an introduction to OpenVZ, an open source container-based virtualisation solution for Linux. In computing, virtualisation is the creation of a virtual version...

Bandwidth Throttling with NetEM Network Emulation

NetEM (Network Emulation) provides functionality for testing protocols, by emulating the network properties of wide-area networks. This article describes the use of NetEM in...

Virtualisation Face-off: Qemu, VirtualBox, VMware Player and Parallels Workstation

In this article, we take a look at four of the most well known and commonly used virtualisation software for Linux. When it comes to...

Cyber Attacks Explained: Packet Crafting

  Protect your FOSS-based IT infrastructure from packet crafting by learning more about it. In the previous articles in this series, we explored common infrastructure vulnerability...
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Chrome OS: Good Gimmicks, But What Else?

I don't own a Chomebook; and it's been a couple of years since I've tried the Chrome OS -- a pre-alpha release or something....

Cyber Attacks Explained: Network Sniffing

In earlier articles in this series, we have explored denial of service attacks and packet spoofing. This month, let us focus on a wider...

Guard Your Network with IPCop, Part 1: Installation Basics

The classic version of IPCop 1.4.20, which was released on July 24, 2008, was immediately upgraded to the 1.4.21 ISO installer. The much awaited...

Cyber Attacks Explained: Packet Spoofing

Last month, we started this series to cover the important cyber attacks that impact critical IT infrastructure in organisations. The first was the denial-of-service...
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