In response to a question that gets raised from time to time, the following attempts to explain why gaming consoles sometimes have trouble playing online games. The issue really stems from the use of NAT on the University network. Possible NAT types seen on consoles Nintendo Open, Moderate, Strict Info on Nintendo NAT types Xbox: Open, Moderate, Strict Info on Xbox NAT types Play Station: Open (type 1), Moderate…
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The New York Times just published an article about hacking someone who thought they weren’t that connected online. http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/10/14/hackers-prove-they-can-pwn-the-lives-of-those-not-hyperconnected/ What are your thoughts about your connectivity? Are you secure? Visit our IT Security page to get tips on how to keep your information safe.
Microsoft has released this month’s patches that includes 4 that are critical. Adobe has also released patches for Acrobat and Reader.
One of last year’s greatest vulnerabilities still posses a serious threat.
If you use AVG or AVAST free products, you might want to read about their 3rd party policy.
A French blog is stating that ABP is pushing its “extortion advertising model” to other blockers for $$.
In trying to lock down parameters like signal strength output, the FCC may require locked down routers.
Yes, you can telnet to some Seagate Wireless Drives as “root” with “root” as the password and get access to the “file sharing” partition.
According to Outside Magazine.