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Google Chrome OS in Vmware

I couldn’t resist myself from trying Google’s Chrome OS that got everyone buzzing. Engadget has a very helpful video – How-to: run Chrome OS as a virtual machine. The image they’ve used is from gdgt. Another useful how to is

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Sourcefire and SFCP Certification

Hurray…! My intense work for last couple of weeks has finally paid off. Yeah, I’ve just passed my SFCP (Source Fire Certified Professional) Certification Exam. First briefly about the company – Sourcerfire was founded by the author of Snort (an

Posted in Network, Reviews, Security, Technology

I’ve joined Vanco (Reliance Globalcom – Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group)

After a vigorous job hunt of little more than a week, I’m glad to let you all know that I’ve joined Vanco (Reliance Globalcom, Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group) as a Security Engineer, which provides global managed network solutions with assets

Posted in Life, Network, Security, Technology, UK

GFI LANguard Network Security Scanner 8

GFI LANguard Network Security Scanner is a very easy to use yet powerful commercial Network vulnerability scanning, patch management and auditing tool. If you have a small network with few computers then it’s easy to keep track of the softwares

Posted in Network, Reviews, Security, Technology, Windows

Load balancing web servers with Pound

If you’re running a web site and have come to a point where a single web server cannot handle the traffic, then it’s time to get multiple web servers and share the loading. To do that you’ll need a load

Posted in Admin, HowTo, Linux/Unix, Network, Security, Technology

Mahabir Pun — the man who brought WiFi to Himalayas

When I read Mahabir Pun’s story about how he brought the wireless technology to a remote mountainous village of Nepal called Nangi, I was amazed by his determination! What an inspirational story of a man with a noble cause. It

Posted in Life, Nepal, Network, Technology

Monitor network traffic with ntop

How do you monitor your network traffic? Of course using MRTG, you might say. Yes, that’s true, MRTG does an excellent job of monitoring traffic across networks and devices (router/switches). But when you see an abnormal traffic in MRTG, how

Posted in Admin, Linux/Unix, Network, Reviews, Technology

Online Password Managers

After switching to a mac, I tried many desktop password managers, and had written about Password Managers for OS X, which got a lot of attention. It’s needless to mention the importance of using a password manager since we use

Posted in Admin, Network, Reviews, Security, Technology

Simulating Cisco and Linux Networks

The benefits of designing and testing complex networks in simulated environments are obvious to network professionals and companies. It lets them test the network configurations before implementing it in the real world, and the good thing is that, they can

Posted in Admin, Linux/Unix, Network, Reviews, Technology

4 simple measures to keep your system and network secure

There are many things you can and should do to keep your system and network secure. As the saying goes — “Security is not a single event or a product, it’s a process”. So, you’ve to keep up with all

Posted in Admin, Network, Security, Technology

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