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Our Client Area Login now offers you to use a Two-Factor Authentication login. TOTP requires that a user enter a 6 digit code that changes every 30 seconds to complete login. This works with mobile apps such as OATH Token and Google Authenticator.
How to Prevent Phishing Attacks -Thursday, November 15, 2018
A typical way of getting hacked is falling for a phishing attack. In fact, most of the large data breaches in recent years have been due to phishing.
These days it seems like every government has a far-reaching and well-developed digital surveillance operation, complete with defense, international espionage, and offensive components. Smaller nations even join spy alliances to pool resources. But there are still many nation-states that for various reasons prefer not to handle their cyber intelligence development in-house. So they do what we all do when we need software: They buy it from a vendor.
A bioengineer and geneticist at Harvard’s Wyss Institute have successfully stored 5.5 petabits of data — around 700 terabytes — in a single gram of DNA, smashing the previous DNA data density record by a thousand times. The work, carried out by George Church and Sri Kosuri, basically treats DNA as just another digital storage device. Instead of binary data being encoded as magnetic regions on a hard drive platter, strands of DNA that store 96 bits are synthesized, with each of the bases (TGAC) representing a binary value (T and G = 1, A and C = 0).
The scariest hack of them all on the internet has been around for a long time, but it doesn't get a lot of attention in the broader tech press. It's BGP spoofing and it compromises the most basic functions of the internet: the routing of data from one system to another. Effective use of BGP spoofing is not within the reach of script kiddies, but there's a lot of it going on. How much? Nobody knows and nobody can know. It's possible to detect that an attack is going on, but it's impossible to prevent it and it may be difficult to stop an attack in progress.
OTTAWA-GATINEAU — The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced that it will introduce a new area code in southwestern Ontario.
Soft Switching Fails at Scale -Wednesday, December 10, 2014
There is a significant camp of software developers who are developing software switching solutions for hypervisors. Which is nice, I guess. The use of software switching in the hypervisor has some good points but, in my view they are heavily outweighed by the bad.
Microstopped -Sunday, October 19, 2014
Microsoft Serves Takedown Notices to Videos Not Infringing on Anything
OutLook Conector for ICT MDaemon -Saturday, May 31, 2014
Outlook Connector for MDaemon Outlook Connector for MDaemon - Calendar Share End users who want to use Microsoft Outlook as their preferred email client can do so when Outlook Connector for MDaemon is deployed. Outlook Connector provides groupware and collaboration functionality by connecting the MDaemon email server with the Outlook client to use Outlook's email, calendar with free/busy scheduling, address book, distribution lists, tasks, and notes. Outlook Connector for MDaemon - Accounts
ActiveSync for MDaemon - Shared Folders MDaemon - Mobile Device Management - ActiveSync for MDaemon: Shared Folders The ActiveSync server now supports shared folders, in addition to personal and public folders, for email, calendar events, contacts, tasks and notes. The new controls allow administrators to enable or disable shared folders for ActiveSync users at the global level, domain level, or account level. The "Inherit" option means the domain or account will use the value that was configured at the global or domain level. WorldClient (Web-Based Email) - New "WorldClient" Theme MDaemon - WorldClient - WorldClient Theme