• Best Practices – Configure the Server and Remove the GUI

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    This is for Windows Server 2012 R2 Active Directory Domain Services. The Best Practice – Remove the graphical user interface (GUI) from the Windows Server 2012 R2 by running it in the server core mode. Why use it – A smaller OS footprint that will increase your server’s security lockdown and better utilization of resources. […]

  • Tips for Keeping a Notebook in the Digital Age

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    I am a computer-holic. I own laptops, Mac’s, custom-built desktops, netbooks; I run multiple servers, physical and virtual; My Iphone is always glued to my hip, but wouldn’t you be surprised to know that my favorite “tool” is not digital at all. It’s a notebook – a Moleskine notebook. I have only recently started using […]

  • CloudFlare Free, and Why You Need It.

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    After reading a great in-depth post here on geek brain dump about enterprise class cloud flare I thought I would review the best free business class product I’ve been able to find out there. *full disclosure I’m a web hosting provider and I include this in my commercial web packages. If you are doing web […]

  • Nokia Ventures into the Android Smartphone Market

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    On Feb 24, 2014, Nokia announced its first ever Android line of smartphones. After the acquisition of Nokia phone business by Microsoft for $7.2 billion, almost everyone expected Nokia to keep producing Windows OS-based phones like the Lumia lineup. Although the Lumia lineup sold considerably well in mid-2013, the sales and the profit made were […]

  • No longer employable

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    Why am i no longer employable? This is an interesting question, my last employer did not fire me nor did i quit. I just simply left the reason for was because my employer no longer could stand my unmanageable balance of a life and frankly i could not care any less because I am not […]

  • How to create a IPv4 DNS server (master) on Debian

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    Chose a physical or, better, virtual machine and set its IP address to 192.168.0.40 (we’re using 192.168.0/24 in this example) and its hostname to ns.example.com where example.com is your chosen domain. ————————————————– # apt-get purge isc-dhcp-client isc-dhcp-common dhcp3-client ————————————————– # apt-get install bind9 dnsutils ————————————————– # vi /etc/hosts 127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost 192.168.0.40 ns.example.com ns ::1 […]

  • Ramdisk software

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    I been see this out and about around the net like on YouTube about speeding up windows hard drive speed with using software to use spare ram on there computer as a hard drive. yes this will speed up your computer but only at the cost of reliability. here is the post i had made […]

  • Kansas Bill Proposes Banning Further Expansion of Google Fiber

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    Google Fiber is the broadband Internet and TV service provided by Google at Gigabit speeds. Internet alone would cost you $70/month with additional TV would be priced at $120/month. When the idea was announced in early 2010, over 1,100 communities applied to be the first recipient of Google Fiber by creating creative applications. In early […]

  • How you can protect against amplification attacks

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    After the biggest NTP DDoS attack measuring 400Gbps, F5 Networks’ Joakim Sunberg, undertakes the tricky subject based on amplification attacks. On Feb 10, 2013, news broke out about the latest biggest DDoS attack in history of the internet recording a stunning 400Gbps targeting CloudFlare’s servers. This attack is bigger than last year’s Spamhaus by 100Gbps. […]

  • How to deal with huge DDoS attacks with CloudFlare

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    CloudFlare was recently hit by a DDoS attack that targeted one of their customers and measured more than 400 Gbps. It’s the largest ever DDoS attack to ever hit the internet surpassing the previous Spamhaus attack by over 100 Gbps as it measured 300 Gbps. In the past three years, DDoS attacks have grown in […]

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