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    • Cisco Password Recovery

      Cisco Password Recovery

      “Physical access to a computer or router usually gives a sophisticated user complete control over the device. Software security measures can often be circumvented when access to the hardware is not controlled.” — Cisco Systems, Inc. Recovering the passwords for most Cisco devices via the console port is very simple. However, Cisco has purchased so

    • Block and Stream Ciphers

      Block and Stream Ciphers

      The two most common types of encryption algorithm used in modern cryptography are the block and stream ciphers. The block cipher uses a deterministic algorithm that conducts operations on fixed-length groupings of bits, or blocks. By using a transformation specified by a symmetric key, a block cipher is able to encrypt bulk data, and is

    • How can I Change my tmnet Password?

      How can I Change my tmnet Password?

      TMNet is the primary broadband provider servicing the country of Malaysia. Depending on the consumer’s location in the country, the available download and upload speeds of the service will vary. The majority of industry, government, academic, and consumer usage in the country uses the TM Net Streamyx service in order to access the Internet, stream

    • Bump Keys

      Bump Keys

      A bump key is a specially crafted key that is commonly used to open any lock the key blank will fit in. Criminals use bump keys to quickly open key based locks that utilize a cylendar and tumbler design without causing damage or leaving any other indication that the lock was tampered with. Criminal use

    • TP Link Default Password

      TP Link Default Password

      TP Link is large manufacturer of networking products that boasts tens of millions of customers worldwide. TP Link produces thousands of networking products, including modems, routers, and network storage devices. TP Link also markets a number of USB based modem cards, device emulators, and service packages for a variety of cellular and Internet providers. TP

    • How to Delete Recent Searches

      How to Delete Recent Searches

      Deleting recent searches–be they from Bing, Google or Yahoo–is an easy thing to do. While the steps vary a little from Internet Explorer to FireFox, for the most part, they take the same amount of time and can be found in the same place. Deleting Recent Searches in Internet Explorer Click on the tools button.

    • What is an Email Spoofing?

      What is an Email Spoofing?

      Email spoofing occurs when an email is sent from one person or program that makes it appear as though it is legitimately from another. For example, user1@youremail.com creates an email, but when it is sent the “From” field has another person/organization’s email address such as fake@somecompany.com. When the person who receives the email clicks the

    • Netscape Navigator Stored Password Recovery

      Netscape Navigator Stored Password Recovery

      Netscape Navigator stores usernames and passwords for web sites which you have logged in to. Password storage is configured in Netscape Navigator under <Edit>, <Preferences>, <Privacy and Security>, <Passwords>. By default, Netscape Navigator stores all passwords unencrypted. Viewing Netscape Navigator stored passwords The usernames and passwords are stored are part of the Netscape Navigator user

    • Why Everyone Should Use a VPN

      Why Everyone Should Use a VPN

      VPN, or a Virtual Private Network, connects computers and other devices using an encrypted connection. This means that all data travelling through such a network is unreadable to anyone who might intercept the data stream, making it as private as it would be if all of the connected devices resided within the walls of a

    • How to Remove the “My Web Search” Toolbar

      How to Remove the “My Web Search” Toolbar

      My Web Search is a malware toolbar distributed by Mindspark Interactive Network via their extensive network of spam sites, most of which are targeted towards young people.  This rapidly expanding list of sites includes Zwinky, Zwinky Cuties, GirlSense, Webfetti, Kazula, iWon, SmileyCentral, MyFunCards, CursorMania, and CardBoiled. These sites trick people, mainly children, into installing the

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