• Protocol secure

    What protocol is more secure and what is the its port number. Help me beacuse we had an

    Collet50 pointsBadges:
  • LAN acces restriction for laptops on Windows Server 2003 domain

    Is there any way on a Windows Server 2003 domain to prevent unknown laptops from accessing the local LAN without needing to use third party hardware and software?

    JimmyIT1,725 pointsBadges:
  • outgoing https request being blocked

    Hello, At my office I am noticing that a particular website which I used to be able to login to has done some upgrades and I no longer can access it. I have tried multiple browsers but I think the problem is in the ISA firewall on the server. The site starts as a http://blahblah:8088/blah then when...

    Adambeazley0 pointsBadges:
  • Is your organization taking formal measures to plan for flu/pandemic situations?

    Has your organization taken any measures to plan for flu or a larger than normal remote staff this season? What are some of the things you're taking into account (VPN testing/upgrades, checking network security parameters for remote workers, etc.)?

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • Enterprise IM security: what software and policies do you use?

    One of our bloggers, Tony Bradley, recently discussed in his blog and on SearchUnifiedCommunications' "Reality Check" podcast the implications of IM and social networking on network security. What do you have in place at your workplace to address these issues? What combination of security and...

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • Security Risk

    What is the most unexpected risk we can have on a network?

    Jsjules5 pointsBadges:
  • How do I create user specific access passwords to limit folder access on a server?

    How can I make it so users are prompted for a password when they select their folder on a network using Windows 2003 server?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a way to edit my firewall rules in one place?

    Can I configure my network to reroute traffic to one server, so I can edit my firewall rules in one place?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • How to block a URL on a 2004 ISA Server

    I all ready got to know the way to block the messengers from the link on how to block messengers with ISA-server firewalls. I wanted to know the way to block a particular URL on ISA Server 2004. How can I do that?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Mismatch between user logged on and secondary logon on Windows XP

    Hi, For a high-security client's network, we have to ensure that the person logged in to the workstation is the one logging on via the internet to the client's website. Is there any way at all we can capture this data? I.e. can we read the user login field for that website..?

    Jyothsna8630 pointsBadges:
  • Port Security

    Hi All, I have port security enabled in my environment. While swapping the systems i used to remove the MAC entry in both the ports. IsĀ  there any alternative options like removing the MAC address from the switches database.

    Vptechie70 pointsBadges:
  • education

    hello sir. i have done ccna but i want goo for network security field what course is sutable after the ccna ..and also doing MCP. pls tell me ...

    Johnyrawat15 pointsBadges:
  • Is virtual sensor a proprietary of Cisco?

    [o:p]Is virtual sensor a proprietary of Cisco? If not, then could you tell me the name of other companies which are using virtual sensor in their IPS? [/o:p]

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • I’ve been hacked — I think….

    I'm an IT administrator with a little over 500 end users, running Windows 2000 and XP. One of our users is experiencing a problem with her Internet connection suddenly dropping for no apparent reason. When she restarts her computer, everything works fine for awhile, but then the connection drops...

    LMullen0 pointsBadges:
  • Protecting our internal network

    Hi Network engineers/ managers, I've been faced with a challenge on how to protect our internal network from threats outside with minimal cost, or none at all (at least for the software when using open source) Can anyone advise me what to use? Ive searched about, CISCO ASA, ISA 2003, SNORT,...

    JuneC155 pointsBadges:
  • Dos attack

    I have been receiving security alert messages from our firewall nearly everyday. e.g TCP Packet - Source:144.120.8.89,39341 Destination:192.168.1.1,25 - [DOS] TCP Packet - Source:210.7.0.36,3473 Destination:210.7.12.23,135 - [DOS] Thu, 2006-10-19 16:30:03 - UDP Packet -...

    92220990 pointsBadges:
  • Packet Filtering information required

    Hi, One of our PC which is running on REDHat is sending SMTP packets to the firewall. Though the firewall drops the packet, it logs the same. We wanted to know : 1. IF we have to run a packet capture tool, where do we run ? - on the firewall or the PC ? 2. We ran network monitoring tool, but did...

    Jagdish60 pointsBadges:
  • How to detect a “stealth user”

    how to find out if you have a stealth user on your system

    IT4dumee5 pointsBadges:
  • Using ISA 2004 to block the majority of sites and allow a few.

    I am using ISA server 2004. In that, I have blocked a few sites. Now our requirement is allowing only few sites and blocking the rest. How can I? Please help me in this regard.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • A networking device to add an IP device?

    I want to know if there is a networking device that can be used to receive a device with a IP address (in this case a DVR) and if this device can then have two outputs and each one being able to be seprately addressed. The reason I am asking this is because I am trying to hook in the DVR into an...

    Dstar5 pointsBadges:

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