Gigabit Ethernet Introduction Gigabit Ethernet allows network transfers up to 1.000 Mbps using standard Cat 5 UTP (unshielded twisted pair) cabling. How can this be accomplished, since Cat 5 cables can run only up to 100 Mbps? We will explain this and also other very interesting issues regarding Gigabit Ethernet performance. Ethernet Cat 5 cables … » Learn More about The Ultimate 2022 Guide on Gigabit Ethernet
How to Connect Two PCs Using a USB to USB Cable in 2022
Learn how to connect two PCs using an USB-USB cable to transfer files and share your Internet connection.
Bluetooth 5 Has Wonderful Surprises in Store
Bluetooth has been around since the mid-1990s. Its popularity rests in the fact that it operates on low power, and is both easy to use and inexpensive. The newest in the line is Bluetooth 5. It is a wireless technology that lives in the airwaves like cellular, Wi-Fi, and NFC. The name Bluetooth comes from … » Learn More about Bluetooth 5 Has Wonderful Surprises in Store
New Google Hardware Makes a Splash this Season
Google’ New Assistant CEO Sundar Pichai kicked off the new Google hardware launch with the promise of a Google Assistant that can handle a two-way conversation and which would become a unique Google Assistant for each user. He promoted the Google Assistant’s AI interface as the current big shift in technology, equal to the PC … » Learn More about New Google Hardware Makes a Splash this Season
Google OnHub Router of the Future
I never thought that I would get excited about a router, but Google’s OnHub wireless router has changed my mind. The Asus SRT-AC1900 OnHub that I received is a dual-band 802.11ac MIMO Wi-Fi router with speeds up to 1900 Mbps. This might sound like a normal high-end router, but the OnHub is not your average … » Learn More about Google OnHub Router of the Future
Testing the Security of Your Website – Part 3
On this part of our “Testing the Security of Your Website” series, we will cover data manipulation and SQL injections.
Testing the Security of Your Website – Part 2
On this part of our “Testing the Security of Your Website” series, we will cover emails, contact forms, and security through obscurity.
Testing the Security of Your Website – Part 1
Do you own a website, blog, or forum? Learn how to audit its security in order to prevent bad guys from exploiting it. In this part, we will cover some basic information and procedures.