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    • PKI (Public Key Infrastructure)

      PKI (Public Key Infrastructure)

      Public key infrastructure, or PKI, allows two or more users of the Internet or an unsecure public network to privately and securely exchange information through the use of a public and private key pair. This cryptographic key pair or set is shared through a TA (trusted authority). In the currently employed scheme throughout industry, public

    • Belkin Router Default Password

      Belkin Router Default Password

      Belkin is a leading manufacturer of networking devices such as modems, wireless routers, and network storage devices. Belkin also produces a number of other wireless access devices and USB based modem cards and markets a number of data plans for some of the largest Internet Service Providers. Belkin Router Default Password As with any other

    • Verizon Router Default Password

      Verizon Router Default Password

      In addition to its services as a cellular telephone carrier, Verizon produces a wide variety of products, such as wireless routers. Verizon routers can be used to wirelessly connect to the Internet via home broadband Internet access, Verizon broadcast towers, or through a Verizon USB based modem card. Verizon routers provide the same support as

    • Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool

      Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool

      The Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool is a program designed to remove malicious software from your computer. Before you can understand what this tool does, however, you must first understand what malicious software is. In this article, we will go over what malicious software is, how Microsoft's tool allows you to remove it, the differences

    • How to Fake Mail

      How to Fake Mail

      Fake mail is e-mail which appears to be from someone other than the actual sender. Fake mail was initially usually used to stage practical jokes, but is now utilized primarily by e-mail spammers. How to Send Fake Mail To send fake mail, first `telnet` to port 25 of the machine you want the fake mail

    • Known Plaintext Attack

      Known Plaintext Attack

      In cryptography, the known plaintext attack, or KPA, is an attack based on having samples of both the plaintext and corresponding encrypted or ciphertext for that information available. This information is used to conduct an analysis of the data in order to determine the secret key used to encrypt and decrypt the information. Historical ciphers

    • Wordlists

      Wordlists

      A wordlist is a text file containing a collection of words for use in a dictionary attack. Wordlist Usage A dictionary attack using a wordlist relies on the fact that most users choose weak passwords. Very common passwords include password, computer, work, and most of the popular female names. Common Dictionary Attacks Using A Wordlist

    • Trendnet Default Password

      Trendnet Default Password

      Trendnet advertises itself as an Ethernet based device manufacturer, but also boasts a large collection of wireless devices as well. Trendnet routers often include dual antennas for maximum coverage, four Ethernet ports, and advanced WPA encryption. Trendnet devices tend to be small, lightweight, and stylish, allowing users to set them up and forget about them.

    • How to Hide an IP

      How to Hide an IP

      Hiding an IP online is necessary for a variety of reasons. Various websites, video games, and miscellaneous connections to the Internet share information about the network’s location and host. The simplest way to prevent sharing this information, while still being able to connect to the Internet is by hiding the individual’s and his/her Internet enabled

    • Trojan Virus

      Trojan Virus

      A Trojan virus is a piece of software designed to look like a useful file or software program but performs a possibly nefarious function once installed on a client computer. The virus takes its name from the “Trojan Horse” from Greek mythology setup outside of the city of Troy. Trojan horse viruses differ from other

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