Today I got an email for a known web to SMS service team – Way2SMS about how to ensure that you choose a secured password. Thought of sharing this with everyone, hope this is helpful in some way.
We live in a password-driven world, where between four and 20 characters are the difference makers in whether you’re able to access your data, (more…)
The procedure to access the secured Wireless Network on your PC/Laptop has already been covered. The latest trends shows the mobile devices are gaining huge market shares and slowly replacing the classic Desktops and Laptops. These SmartPhones, Tablets and other mobile device are packed with Wireless chips to enable Internet access over GPRS, 3G and WiFi. Each of these devices required different steps of instructions to connect to your secured wireless networks. We have gather links to the most popular platforms below to help you setup WiFi on your Mobile Device:
Have a Secured and a Safe Surfing people…
Gone will be the days when a hacker would pull out a laptop to hack into your wireless networks…all he would need is an Android powered smartphone and an application called Anti or Android Network Toolkit.
The application was demonstrated during the Defcon hacker conference on Friday by an Israeli security firm Zimperium. Anti will be available free for users from the Android Market, with a $10 corporate upgrade.
Anti will offer penetration testers the capabilities of scanning and sniffing WiFi networks, finding potential target devices along the way.
It will also allow exposing the IP addresses… (more…)
While having a discussion with a close friend of mine over setting up his Belkin router (with USB port) to connect the printer for access to all the computers/laptops on the network; a question was asked about “how and where to install the drivers for the printer”.
It struck me that this could certainly be the same feature that you… (more…)
Once the configuration of the wireless network is done and you are now connected. At times it so happens that you may experience dropping of the connection on your devices like computer, laptop or mobile devices. This may be occurring due to:
1. Wireless coverage not available in the particular area of the location
2. Other electronic equipment like cordless phones, microwave ovens and other wireless networks may cause interference.
To resolve these you may try the following… (more…)