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Most Dangerous Computer Virus of 2014

Most Dangerous Computer Virus of 2014

Computer viruses have been causing trouble since time immemorial. The computer virus developers get almost a perverse sense of pleasure in trying to hack into websites and causing irreparable damages to individuals, corporations, institutions and government agencies. However, we are still saved from these viruses because the antivirus developers always manage to stay a step ahead of the viruses. (more…)

Tips to Choose Your Domain Name

Tips to Choose Your Domain Name

Your domain name is not going to make or break your company in the online world, but it can be a hindrance. Picking a good domain name may be helpful, but that helpfulness pales in comparison to the damage picking a poor domain name can do. The best examples of disaster are the ones that look wrong as domain names, such as the website for “Kids Exchange”, which on “Kidsexchange.com” may also read, “Kid sex change.” Your domain name can become a big lead weight around the neck of your online success, so here are few tips to help.
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An Overview of Botnet

An Overview of Botnet

A botnet is a network and a robot. It is where a few computers work together on a network in order to complete tasks. Just one computer or robot is in control of giving orders a little like a queen bee gives orders to the others so that they may complete a single task. (more…)

How to Use Command Line Functions

How to Use Command Line Functions

A command line is a semi-direct way of talking to your computer. It would take us too long to write in binary, so we write with command line functions which the computer translates into binary. A program on your computer communicates a different programming code, which converts to command line functions, which converts to binary. (more…)

Mobile Malware: A Growing Threat

Mobile Malware: A Growing Threat

Credit card fraud, identity theft, stalking – these are only a few of the many reasons why you should be thinking about how to protect yourself from mobile malware. Yet when they hear terms like key logging, worms, and spyware, most people think of their home computers and laptops, not their mobile devices. In 2013, researchers at Pew Research Center released the results of their latest study confirming that 97% of 18-34 year-olds own mobile devices, followed by 91% of people aged 35-64. (more…)