What is a Denial-of-Service (DoS) Attack & How can you Prevent it?
It’s a wonderful day at the office, all services and servers are working as they should and everything is running smoothly. Until the moment everything starts to get increasingly slower; services become unresponsive and the server’s resources are high, so high that it could crash the services entirely. Read More »
As we have looked at in earlier articles there are 2 types of routers: static and dynamic. As we have mentioned, a static router is manually added by administrators; the procedure for which can often be difficult in larger networks. That’s where dynamic routing protocols come in; they are responsible for updating this information automatically in the routing table of network attached devices. Read More »