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Updated Basic Linux Commands List 2019

By Palash Verma 0 Comment November 16, 2018

The Linux operating system is very popular with programmers and lovers of “poking around”, because it provides for the active use of the console, which contains hundreds of commands. If you decide to seriously take up the study of this flexible OS, you should first learn the basic commands in Linux . Why do console commands exist in Linux ? Entering them into the console, […]

Exploiting CMS Web Applications

By Palash Verma 0 Comment October 16, 2018

There are frequent cases of hacking websites on all servers, preferably CMS Joomla and WordPress, in this article we want to tell how and why this is done, and what measures can be taken to protect. If the site has been hacked, it is not enough just to delete the downloaded PHP Shell script, or […]

Apple, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla Announce Discontinuing TLS 1.0 and 1.1 Support

By Palash Verma 0 Comment October 16, 2018

In the first half of 2020, all major browsers (Safari, Chrome, Edge, Internet Explorer and Firefox) will no longer support TLS 1.0 and 1.1 standards. These plans were voiced by manufacturers of Internet browsers, Apple, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla. “TLS 1.0, the first version of the protocol that encrypts and authenticates secure connections via the […]

The fundamentals of cybersecurity: Goals and objectives of the course

By Palash Verma 0 Comment May 19, 2018

The development of the information society involves the introduction of information technologies in all spheres of life, but this also means the emergence of new threats to security – from information leaks to cyberterrorism. In the draft Concept of Cybersecurity Strategy of the Russian Federation, cyberspace is defined as “the field of activity in the information […]

Apple finally fixed Meltdown and a gap with a special link

By Palash Verma 0 Comment January 29, 2018

Apple finally fixed Meltdown and a gap with a special link –   Apple released patches for iOS and macOS, among other vulnerabilities, they eliminate Meltdown and Specter, so the company recommends users to install patches sooner. On macOS, the update will be called High Sierra 10.13.3 or Security Update 2018-001 for computers based on […]

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