Phishing attacks are a real danger for every business. It can severely damage the brand name, and it can lead to less trust and leaving of clients. The attackers can spam or phish with emails that use your brand logo and looks just like your emails. Even you won’t see a difference between one of these fake emails and the original emails sent from your servers. We have already talked about SPF and how it verifies the outgoing mail server. There is also another DKIM technology for signing emails. Domain-based Message Authentication (DMARC) uses both of them to take pre-defined actions. Double protection for lowering the chances of phishing and report system for better management.
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We have talked a lot about DNS. How does it work, and all the related topic around it. But we have never spent some time about the DNS history. What led to the need for DNS? Who was the great person who invented it?
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It took a long time until businesses started to understand the cloud. Why it is more practical to use a subscription model with update options instead of buying all the hardware yourself and taking care of it through the years? The “fluffiest” and biggest cloud which is leading this revolution is the Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS is an IaaS and a PaaS provider, but to better understand it, let’s see the main components.
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AWS vs Azure vs Google, the three biggest cloud providers in the world. They all have a vast network of servers all over the world and many services that can cover most of the business’s needs. They provide IaaS and PaaS through interconnected services. If are just starting with the cloud technology, you will probably be confused about choosing between them. AWS vs Azure vs Google, which is better and why?
Let’s introduce them to you.
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Every time you see some network settings, there are IPv4 or IPv6. As you can guess, the previous versions are long in the past (TCP/IP v1, v2, and v3). But why is it IPv4 vs IPv6 instead of the 5th version vs the 6th? How is that the IPv4 from the 80s is still around? Let’s find out!
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Now we will talk about what is the Domain Name System Security Extension (DNSSEC) and how it can protect you and your clients from DNS spoofing. If you have activated it, you can have additional verification of the DNS servers and evade “poisoned” servers who redirect your visitors to a different IP address.
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WordPress vs Drupal, which one is better and in what? These are two of the most popular content management systems (CMS) out there. They both have been around for a long time, and they both have evolved during the year. Can we have an undisputed winner, follow our WordPress vs Drupal comparison?
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Router vs firewall, another article that will put together two different technologies and see what they are good at. We will see another aspect of the “router vs firewall” too, which is the hardware firewall of a router vs a software firewall. Let’s begin.
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You want to create a network for the computers in the office, but you don’t know what to choose – a hub or a switch. Hub vs. switch, they both look similar (a box with Ethernet ports) and have the same purpose, to connect multiple computers in a network, but they are far from equal. Here we will explain you the difference and help you make the right choice for your office.
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Cloud computing, 10 years ago it sounded like a futuristic dream, now it is present daily in our lives. In different ways, we all use the cloud, for storage or processing. We open Google Docs for various office tasks, we save to Dropbox, communicate with our colleagues through Slack. What else can we do with cloud computing? What will be the next significant trend in the cloud development?
Let’s first define what it is. Cloud computing has many dimensions – cloud storage, a server, a platform for development. It gives a huge potential to the consumer or the business. It provides resources of powerful computers, in a scalable way and most commonly on a subscription base. Clients can choose the suitable plan for them and easily upgrade if they need more resources in the future.
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