Category: Networking

On November 15, 2018, Norton ConnectSafe service is being retired or discontinued meaning the service will no longer be available or supported. You may continue to use ConnectSafe until November 15, 2018.

Your Internet May Be Going Down Because Norton ConnectSafe Is Retiring

Hello, World! Your Internet connection may be going down this November 15, 2018 onward if your devices are connected to the internet via Norton ConnectSafe’s DNS IP addresses and you do not have a secondary […]

And That Is How Your TV Is Watching You

Have you ever heard of the term “idiot box?” Maybe they are not that dumb? Smart TV’s are able to watch you watch TV and learn about the devices on the same network in your […]

Local Session Manager

How To Find Out All Remote Desktop Logon Sessions That Took Place On Windows Server 2012 R2

The first time I used these logs is when I was running an audit to figure out whether a specific user has recently accessed my server using Remote Desktop Connection. In order to identify who […]

Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) Vulnerability Paper

Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) Vulnerability – All Your Wi-Fi Devices Might Need A Security Patch

UPDATE3: On a website dedicated to the “Key Reinstallation Attacks,” https://www.krackattacks.com/, the researcher who brought attention to this vulnerability describes what it is, presents a demo of the attack against an Android device as client, […]

Find Your historical DNS record

How To Find My Old DNS Information Or DNS History

Ever been stuck in a situation where you cannot remember what your last DNS* information was? This may happen while migrating a site from one hosting provider to another, a domain from one registrar to […]

ControlCenter4 error CC4-202

How To Get Here So, there you are with your brand new Brother (e.g. a Brother MFC-L58000DW Series) multifunction (all-in-one) printer, scanner, and fax trying to scan a file from the Device (the scannerĀ itself) to […]

Can’t Find Server in Network

You have installed Windows Server 2008 R2, you have installed the application you want to make available to multiple endpoints on your LAN (Local Area Network), and you have even created your Share on the […]