Raspberry Pi has a very low power consumption to keep it up and running 24/7. When you are downloading torrent files from or/and using it as a media server or local file server, it surely has the winning combination. There are two popular Bittorrent client which are popular as always on torrent client in Linux… Continue reading Running a always on torrent box with Raspberry Pi (Deluge on Raspbian)
Use of Internet in a school/educational institution History Early internet was developed from an ARPANet, later on adapted by some of the leading universities in USA and eventually became the Internet as we know it today. Since the mid-1990s, the Internet has had a revolutionary impact on culture and commerce, including the rise of near-instant… Continue reading Internet content filtering and bandwidth management for Schools
In order to use the DNS only method to setup Web Proxy Autodiscovery Protocol (WPAD) you need to check on the following To use WPAD using DNS method a DNS entry is needed for a host named WPAD. This name should be resolvable from the clients machine Web server must be configured to serve the… Continue reading Setting up Web Proxy Autodiscovery Protocol (WPAD) using DNS
Proxy servers are commonly used in corporate network. I prefer using squid proxy, probably one of the most robust, feature rich proxy servers out there. I usually use web proxy servers (squid) for end users are used for the following reason Cashing of the web contents and DNS, which helps with Internet bandwidth optimization and… Continue reading Proxy auto configuration for an enterprise network
Alfresco is a Document management system, also known as enterprise content management system. While products like google docs and live office making a lot of noise in the document editing market and products like dropbox helping us save and share our documents and other type of files. There is an open market for enterprise class… Continue reading Alfresco Document management system is open source
CEO of Sparrow Dom Leca is very excited about joining with Google.. are u? If you have used it before you would know it’s a MAC email client, also works on iOS platform. Probably the only other app I would use after Outlook or MFE. It could be good news for windows and android users… Continue reading Google gets Sparrow
He is out and kicking and making some noise which sounds kinda cool, see it yourself. War is not over yet, looks like he is ready for a fight too. I was never a big fan of online file vaults/cyberlockers. I like torrent better, but then looks like very body else like to have a… Continue reading Kim Dotcom Sings, creating history!
Reading a blog on Acxiom Corporation making billion dollar of sales having over 1,500 data points on half a billion people makes me think what future does a privacy free internet hold for us. On one side we want to see internet to be freed from government regulation, on the other hand we as a… Continue reading They sell your privacy! We don’t know who they are!
Managing and securing password has been one of the biggest challenges. Password leaks news on such a short span of time on linkedin, eHarmony, last.fm makes me think that, these events are gradually getting more widespread. According to Wikipedia: A password is a secret word or string of characters that is used for authentication, to prove identity or gain access to a resource (example:… Continue reading How Safe is your password?
Do-Not-track After learning all about Collusion plug-in for firefox, few months back, looking at the images of network of tracker, it was always in the back of my mind while browsing how online advertising companies always trying to predict “what I am looking for” by putting on all these sponsored adds, which most of the… Continue reading Do not track IE, firefox, chrome? Who is on your side?