Archives: October 2014

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October 30, 2014
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Why Hackers are Scarier Than Zombies?

Halloween is upon us; all kind of horrors stalk the Earth. However, there's a threat much more dangerous than zombies and other creatures roaming the world. What I have in mind is... hackers. (more…)
By Konstantin Boyandin
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October 21, 2014
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Common Security Pitfalls: 12 Rules to Keep Data Safe

If you ask a hundred experts about the main rules of data security, you risk to receive a hundred sets of rules. Even though they boil down to quite a few, the approaches can be…
By Konstantin Boyandin
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October 16, 2014
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The Fundamentals of Great UX

User experience is a design discipline that’s been around for some time now but has recently been the subject of renewed interest within the design community. While it’s always been a consideration, the mobile revolution…
By Kerry Butters
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October 13, 2014
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Renewed Host1Plus Affiliate System Launched Successfully

The international hosting provider Host1Plus has launched a new Affiliate System and updated the Affiliate conditions We are happy to officially announce the renewal of Host1Plus Affiliate System. From now on our Affiliates may benefit from a…
By Dovainis Kalėda
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October 9, 2014
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Steganography: Hide and Seek Games

Security is often associated with something hard to crack, extremely reliable, impenetrable. The above could relate to, for example, encryption, when talking about information security.   (more…)
By Konstantin Boyandin
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October 7, 2014
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Is zPanel a Good Open Source Alternative?

Open source control panels versus commercial control panels. If you ever managed a co-located server, dedicated server or virtual private server somewhere, you probably have dealt with this question. You most likely have seen zPanel while…
By Richard Beckker
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October 2, 2014
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Keeping Private Data Secure in the Cloud

Back at the end of August, around 200 pictures and videos of over 100 celebrities, most of them female and some images containing nudity, were hacked courtesy of a breach of iCloud, Apple's cloud services…
By John Terra