An organization needs to maintain a repository of information. This includes common knowledge or business specific information such as white papers, user manuals, policy document, knowledge tags, or answers to frequently asked questions. A general purpose document management system can fill the void, however a single purpose knowledge base system will be a far better fit. A… Continue reading Knowledge base Systems, a review on phpMyFAQ
What is a Zero day exploit? A zero-day (or zero-hour or day zero) attack or threat is a computer threat that tries to exploit application vulnerabilities that are unknown to others or the software developer A life cycle of the Zero-day exploit The developer creates software containing an unknown vulnerability The attacker finds the vulnerability before the developer does The attacker writes and distributes an exploit while the vulnerability is… Continue reading Economics of the Zero day exploit
Once upon a time (not so long ago) Red Hat Binary distribution used to free. Then they changed their business model, decided to charge for the binary and started of the fedora project where free Red Hat binary took off. Soon after Red Hat, removed freely available Linux distribution from circulation and asked us to… Continue reading Free Clone build of Red Hat enterprise Linux
First I read about this firefox addon called Collusion at Gzimodo. This addon enables us to watch, how we are getting tracked using our own browser. Internet privacy is a widely talked about issue, however we have a little tangible understanding on how it works or how it effects us individually or as a society.… Continue reading Who is tracking you online? The BIG Brothers? So many of them?
When we think about email collaboration/unified messaging the first things comes into our mind is Microsoft exchange, probably not because they pioneered email collaboration but because they have great success of with all enterprise segments, more importantly the end users to felt the impact of email collaboration. Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0 was released at 1996… Continue reading Email collaboration for enterprises and Zimbra
Password! Password!! Password!!! What is worse then having a week password? Storing your password in clear text. Fortunately/Unfortunately It is nothing to do with you. WP Sauce reports an attack took place yesterday, with the EvilShadow team replacing the front page to Microsoft’s online India store with a page called evil.html. The site is still… Continue reading Microsoft Store India has been hacked! So did your Password!!!
What is a SAN? A storage area network (SAN) is a dedicated high performance network provides access block level to Data. The in modern day data is stored in an array of hard disk drives or solid-state drive or a combination of both. This Storage area network is usually separated from the local area network for performance… Continue reading What is a SAN?
Urban car 300 km or 185 miles between refuels for 2 USD Watts Up With That? This seems like an eco-dream come true, a car the runs on air developed in India. I’ve seen stories on this since 2008, but have yet to see the car hit market. Now the claim is in August 2012.… Continue reading
Moodle can be used in many types of environments such as in a learning delivery tool in educational institutes, and for business settings as a community and collaboration tool, can be used for compliance and training. The modular design of Moodle allows it to address wider range of business issues then other most closed source… Continue reading An Introduction to Moodle for business: