Blog Posts Tagged with "VLAN"

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Ways You Can Secure Your Network

October 25, 2012 Added by:Drayton Graham

If you are looking to secure your network, there is more than one way to do it. A NAC solution may still be the best bet for a number of companies, but when budget and resources are limited, RJ-45 jack locks may prove a creative, inexpensive solution...

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On Network Segmentation Faults

April 10, 2012 Added by:Jack Daniel

Why should you segment? Network and systems management can be enhanced by segmentation and isolation, as can performance- patch and systems management servers, departmental servers, printers and more can be placed in the most advantageous segment of the network...

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Quiet Please - H4xing in Progress

August 10, 2011 Added by:David Martinez

I used this script from the BT5 How-To page, which grabs packets, redirects them through sslstrip, prints the info to my machine, and sends it to the end-user with a spoofed source. Within 30 minutes, I had at least 5 different passwords for FB, Twitter, G-mail, and others...

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Practical Packet Analysis Using Wireshark

July 24, 2011 Added by:J. Oquendo

I am not trying to write a scathing review, I am basing my review on experience.. I have used Wireshark since it was created in 1998 when it was called Ethereal. I have used both Wireshark and Omnipeek every single day for over a decade...

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VoIP and PCI Compliance

June 15, 2011 Added by:PCI Guru

When you start talking to security people about VoIP security, their knee-jerk response is to tell you that VoIP is secured by the corporate firewall. However, given that the VoIP protocols are stateless, even being behind a firewall really does not provide any protection...

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Sandboxing: Understanding System Containment

November 29, 2010 Added by:Jamie Adams

The idea of containment within an operating system is sometimes referred to as sandboxing. Some of the more popular technologies specifically designed to accomplish this come to mind: FreeBSD jails, Solaris Containers (including Solaris Zones), and SUSE Linux's AppArmor...

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