The Domain Name System is an essential component of the Internet’s functionality and usability. The DNS is like a phonebook for the internet. Let’s say we know a person’s name but we do not know their phone number; We can however find it in the phonebook. A DNS provides the same service on the Internet.
Antivirus software has become an essential component and foundation for all computer usage. It detects and blocks code which is designed to cause harm to an operating system or its data. These threats can be received via email, in downloaded files, websites popups, even CD’s, USB’s and so on. When a nuisance code or malware as it is commonly called gets into the system it can change settings, cause damage to the system or open other holes for hackers to access data.
As you can read about here, we recently wrote an introduction to SSDs (Solid State Drives) and how they work. Now you know more about these drives, let’s take a deeper look into the different types that are currently on the market.
Despite the surge of internet use in the last decade, with some of the most popular websites receiving thousands of clicks per hour, many users actually don’t know how a website works. We have witnessed the evolution of websites in recent years and have seen a completely different world of amazing effects and different variations of programming languages.
Security researchers have discovered a new technique that could allow attackers to inject malicious code into every version of Microsoft’s Windows operating system, even Windows 10, in ways that no existing anti-malware tool can currently detect, which is a huge threat to millions of PC users around the world.