Thursday, April 22, 2021

Jim Freund

Microsoft’s Telnet Server Vulnerable to DoS Attack

Two Microsoft products, the Telnet service in Windows 2000, and the Telnet daemon (telnetd) in Interix 2.2, have an unchecked buffer in their code, thereby providing a...

Decentralizing the Client

It is belaboring the obvious to say that a desktop computer consists of a CPU and peripherals such as storage, keyboard, video display, mouse, and other add-ons....

Imagine A Product Offering Fast System Restoration

System configuration problems -- caused by hardware or software conflicts, Registry errors, faulty drivers, deleted or corrupted system files -- continue to plague help desks, consistently ranking...

DoS Attacks Go For The Throat

We all yearn for the more innocent time when the acronym DOS stood for your Disk Operating System, or even the Dept. of State for...

Assuring Business Data Continuity

In light of the fact that the recent terrorist attacks have had a great impact upon businesses, particularly financial companies, network managers and IT departments...

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