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November 12, 2015 By Code-Crafters

Ability FTP Server

Ability FTP Server incorporates many advanced features, all of which are accessible through an easy to use interface. This flexible...

July 27, 2011

IBM tech intercepts packets to control apps

Enterprises have lost control of the applications their employees are using. IBM is now developing technology that can automatically identify applications and control their access by analysing their data traffic.

August 17, 2015 By Core FTP

Core FTP Server

Core FTP Server - secure FTP server with SSL/TLS/FTPS, SSH/SFTP, HTTPS support virtual paths, access rules, certificate authentication...

February 3, 2011 by

Inside the pirate's code: hidden treasure

Digital piracy for some isn't a crime: it's an art. Since the '80s, highly experienced groups of tech heads have been painstakingly copying legitimate content and distributing it among a close network of like-minded people. But, unlike what most people think, they don't want the general public to get their hands on it, and they hate sites like The Pirate Bay. For them, this is serious business, and one they don't want to share.

July 22, 2015 By Crossworld


CrossFTP is a FTP and Amazon S3/Glacier client. CrossFTP Pro is a FTP client supporting SFTP, FXP, WebDav, as well as advanced Amazon...

September 6, 2010

Fasthosts Secure Online Storage service

Online storage makes a lot of sense. Somebody else does the hard work of installing and managing the disks, taking the backups and providing the remote access for you, so your data is safe and accessible from anywhere you can get online.

December 17, 2008 by

Securing encrypted traffic in SSL

perspective Encrypted traffic can still be dangerous, despite being carried by Secure Sockets Layer. Find out what options firms can consider to contain threats via SSL.

August 6, 2008

Virtual Dreaming (revised)

To finish off my project I've been running Virtual PC 2007 at home and at work. At home my lone XP Pro box hosts a selectively mirrored clone of the registry of the Virtual PC system at work.

October 8, 2007 by

Akamai counters commoditization fears by extending WAN acceleration to business, communications applications

Such additional services that help sellers join and innovate with buyers via the mobile and Internet networks is what Akamai is banking on to elevate its value from perceived bit pipe accelerator to commerce and entertainment value-added partner. The same types of services when brought to the enterprise could allow workers to buy and use business services on an as-needed basis -- or, to gain free or low-cost applications and services when paired with relevant and useful advertising or trial services.

September 11, 2007 by

Billion Electric BiGuard S20

This SSL VPN appliance suffers from an awkward admin interface and depends on ActiveX for some functionality, but it's still a relatively simple way to provide remote access to network applications.

August 6, 2007 by

How to protect your online privacy

If you want to avoid being compromised when using typical Wi-Fi hotspots that have no security, you can use the following table as a reference of protocols you should and shouldn't use.  The insecure protocols should be banned and never used again; the protocols on the right are the secure alternatives.

June 14, 2007 by

Netgear ProSafe DGFV338

Netgear’s DGFV338 is an excellent multifunction wireless router. A member of the ProSafe business-class product family, the DGFV338 offers reliability, ease of use and security, and even comes with a lifetime warranty.

June 13, 2007 by

Web 2.0: New risks, new rewards

Commentary--Before you use next-generation Internet apps to collaborate and communicate, keep these security measures in mind, says Secure Computing's Paul Henry.

May 8, 2007 by

Web 2.0: New risks, new rewards

Commentary--Web 2.0 shifts online control to active participants but it also creates a fertile ground for hackers and malware, says Secure Computing's Paul Henry.

April 19, 2007 by

Zeus ZXTM 4.1

This is an extremely easy-to-use load balancing system with lots of support for HTTP and SSL web-based applications.

February 16, 2007 by

Think 'Patch Tuesday' is just for Microsoft? Think again!

If you think Patch Tuesday is just for Microsoft, think again. From Cisco to Apple to Mozilla to Aruba Wireless switches to Avaya VoIP systems, the industry is littered with critical flaws. Take a look at this bug list for February and see if you where you need to get to work on patching.


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