Enhance Your Online Privacy in Windows

Privacy, remember that? It seems like with all the social media outlets and web sites that monitor everything we do online that privacy is a thing of the past. Fortunately there are some ways to strengthen your online privacy and prevent your online moves from being monitored. Disable Cortana Cortana is Microsoft's version of Siri.... Continue Reading →

Installing and Configuring VSFTP

Installing VSFTP on Linux is simple and the procedure is very much like installing any other program. This guide will walk you through how to download, install and setup VSFTP for secure file transfers. What is VSFTP? VSFTP stands for Very Secure File Transfer Protocol. It is a file transfer method used to securely send... Continue Reading →

Joe Cross Juicer Review

In Depth and Honest Review of the Joe Cross Juicer Thinking about investing in a quality juicer? Make sure to read this first! A juicer is a machine that extracts the juice out of fruits, plants, and vegetables allowing you to get your daily dose of nutrients in just a cup of juice. There are... Continue Reading →

Setting UP LDAP and AutoFS in RHEL 7

LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is an authentication protocol used to allow secure access to directory servers. It's an open standard protocol so all of it's documentation is freely available for those who desire to build an LDAP server. It uses port 389 to communicate and is a TCP/IP protocol. In order to install use... Continue Reading →

IPv4 Subnetting Made Simple

How To Subnet The Easy Way For the past three months I've been studying for my CompTIA Network+ and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification exams. Recently I have taken and passed my Network+ exam but I'm still preparing for the CCNA as this exam is a lot more comprehensive, especially in subnetting. I took... Continue Reading →

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