• Block Bogon Networks

    Posted in Linux Network Admin Tips, Network Security Tips, Uncategorized on Dec 09, 2019

    Bogon networks are invalid on the internet, as they are networks that have been reserved for special use, or have not yet been allocated to a customer. These networks should not be seen on the internet.

  • Determine the Technology used on a website

    Posted in Network Security Tips, Uncategorized on Nov 20, 2019

    Have you ever wondered what type of CMS (Content Management System) is used on a website. Are they using CFML, PHP, Python or some other type of technology? Or perhaps you may have wondered... Where to they host their site, or what type of Server is it on? These are some of the links we use and would like to share them with you.

  • New Strong Password Generator (PWA)

    Posted in Announcements, Linux Network Admin Tips, Network Security Tips on Oct 15, 2019

    As more and more websites become compromised, it is ever more important to use a differerent password for every site. Our new Strong Password Generator will assist you in creating different passwords with options such as length, type of characters and symbols.

  • Flush Google's DNS Cache for Your Domain

    Posted in Linux Network Admin Tips, Network Security Tips on Oct 14, 2019

    Literally millions of people subscribe to Google's Public DNS servers of 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4. Suppose you have just made changes to your domain DNS records on your Authoritive DNS Servers and you want to get the propagation to go though quickly. Unless you have set your TTL (Time to Live) down to a low number like 5 minutes, it could take a day or more to propagate.

  • Smart Home Security Tips

    Posted in Network Security Tips on Oct 14, 2019

    12 Tips to Secure all of your Smart Home Devices, such as TV, Door Lock, Wireless Router etc.

  • Use a Password Manager

    Posted in Network Security Tips on Oct 14, 2019

    Password managers store your login information for all the websites and accounts you use and help you log into them automatically. They encrypt your password database with a master password – the master password is the only one you have to remember.