Network

What is a proxy server?

What is a proxy server?

A proxy server is a network component that provides an interface between a private network and the internet. A proxy makes it possible to have an influence on the data traffic, to cache packet data, and to conceal the identity of the communication partners by using different IP addresses.

Set up your own Raspberry Pi mail server

Raspberry Pi mail server: using Raspberry Pi to manage e-mails

Why use e-mail servers from commercial e-mails service providers when you can just set up your own? You can create a private server easily and affordably with a small computer known as Raspberry Pi. Having your own e-mail server, however, requires a certain amount of work and also has its disadvantages. You can find out more about how to set up your personal Raspberry Pi mail server in this...

Remote Monitoring

What is Remote Monitoring and Management?

An in-house IT department is not the right solution for every company. More cost-effective and in many cases simply better, remote monitoring and management can be used to control and maintain systems and end devices remotely. We will explain exactly how it works and what benefits it brings. Simply read on to find out more.

Netsh

Netsh – how to manage networks with Netsh commands

Netsh is a versatile command line tool for administrating networks on Windows. Once you’ve learned the syntax and its special structure, you can solve a range of tasks and problems. Get to know the Netsh commands and find out how to administrate Windows networks comfortably, and efficiently via Windows command prompt.

NGINX: basics, installation, and set-up

NGINX — the quick and efficient web server

For years, Apache had been the uncontested go-to web servers and comprised the basis of most websites published in the World Wide Web. The increasing technical requirements of modern web projects and the growing demands and expectations of internet users has brought on a sea change of sorts. Alternatives like NGINX are becoming ever more popular and are slowly creeping up on the classic server...

What is Google Meet?

What is Google Meet?

Google Meet is a video conferencing service that you can use directly from your browser without special software. The service is now free with minor limitations, making it very popular. One especially practical feature: Google Calendar facilitates scheduling by attaching a Google Meet link directly to meeting appointments. In this guide, we’ll present many other key features of Google Meet.

Referral marketing

Referral marketing: when satisfied customers bring in more customers

Personal product or service recommendations have a significant influence on purchasers’ decisions. In referral marketing, companies take advantage of this effect. Satisfied customers are motivated to share their experiences and, in doing so, attract new customers. Keep reading to find out how referral marketing works, including real examples and tips.

Ping flood

Ping flood

The ping flood is a type of denial-of-service attack that can affect commercial providers and home users alike. This attack relies on the ICMP protocol and the ping command. In order to unleash a particularly powerful flood, attackers often use a network of bots. Learn how the ping flood works and how you can protect yourself from one.

Internet lite: North Korea’s 28 Domains

North Korea: 28 domains for 25 million inhabitants

In so far as is possible, the communist state of North Korea has managed to shut itself off from the rest of the world. However, a western IT expert recently succeeded in sneaking a peek at their internet domains and as a result we now know that there are only 28 domains for the entire country. From recipes to maritime affairs, here you’ll find an insight into what a North Korean can find online. ...


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