Posts tagged network
Your router is an important part of your connection to the online world. It gives you a level of protection from the outside world. It distributes the internet to all the computers in your house. But it can also be a major security risk.
All routers come with default passwords. I know this, you know this, and hackers know this. Hackers get lists (which are freely available online) of all the default usernames and passwords for routers. From Linksys to D-Link to Belkin and everything in between. If you have not changed the default credentials, it is very easy for someone More >
Problem: Each time I want to print from my laptop, I have to unplug my printer from my computer and plug it into my laptop.
Problem: I only have one printer and two computers. It would be so nice to be able to print from both of my computers.
Solution: Use the steps below for using only one printer to print from all the computers in your house.
I’m going to walk you through the steps necessary to be able to print from all the computers in your house to a single printer.
Before I begin, you must meet a few prerequisites to be able to More >
According to Internet security firm NetWitness, a new botnet has hit more than 75,000 computers in 2,500 organizations around the world. If your computer is infected with the Zeus Trojan, then welcome to the Kneber botnet. You are part of a massive network of computers being controlled by hackers.
So how do you know if you are a part of Kneber? In most cases, you don’t. If you are a lucky computer user who has the INVISUS service, you can rest a bit easier than most. With the professional grade security software and UNLIMITED support from your team of technicians, you More >