• What is Port 443? Why do SSL VPNs make use of it?

    I am setting up a Web SSL VPN for remote access across my WAN. Can someone explain why SSL VPNs use Port 443? Can I use any other port?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,660 pointsBadges:
  • Switch or router for small office network with 10-20 computers

    Hi I am trying to setup a small network for an office. Not sure should I use a Switch or a router. Could be 10-20 computers. Also the user wants me to block everyone from accessing their emails. Any suggestions is appreciated

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  • Dissertation/Theosis Topic Help

    Hello, I am currently in the middle of deciding a topic for my dissertation (theosis) for my Masters degree in Computer Networks. I've spent the past week searching all the emerging topics and looked for research holes in the field of network security. I am interested in the security in wireless,...

    Techy10 pointsBadges:
  • mcqs

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  • What security challenges do you contend with and what do you think can be done about them?

    What do you see as the biggest impediment to good security across your network? Furthermore, what do you think can be done to get past where you're currently at? More technology? Fewer users? More regulations? Better management buy-in? I'm putting this out there as a discussion piece for...

    Kevin Beaver27,435 pointsBadges:
  • risks

    risks

    MMMZAAA5 pointsBadges:
  • Shared wifi in small building security

    I live in a small building with shared wifi. I recently had to reinstall windows 10 because i discovered a device with an unknown mac address on the network that granted itself elevated administrative permissions on my pc over the last few weeks. My pc which i thought was secure was not. I do not...

    lastguyatechobase5 pointsBadges:
  • VPN and 802.1x

    I use internet provided by university. It has security of 802.1x. I have logged in using username and password given to me by uni. I want to use VPN on it. Will it reveal to University that which username I have logged in and which sites I am visiting?

    Talhakamal12335 pointsBadges:
  • Are outdated Wi-Fi adapters secure?

    Hello, My father-in-law has an old outdated Wi-Fi adapter. I'm worried about security risks with it. Should I be concerned? Does it have a security risk? Thank you.

    ITKE1,124,515 pointsBadges:
  • Who is sending files over our internal network?

    So we have a situation at our company that needs to be figured out. Some mysterious person is creating thousands of small text files and is putting them on our desktops (through the internal network). We're ignoring them but it's happening every week. And it's getting quite annoying. On my PC, is...

    ITKE1,124,515 pointsBadges:
  • Block a website from an area ISP is providing internet through DSL Cable

    I want to block a website from my area ISP is PTCL and is providing internet through DSL Cable. Please reply.

    xedijozu5 pointsBadges:
  • Is it possible for my Samsung S8+ to give a virus to a network just by using the Wi-Fi?

    Is it possible for my Samsung S8+ to give a virus to a network just by using the Wi-Fi? My boss told me my phone could give the network a virus if i use the Wi-Fi

    JeffreyJ56115 pointsBadges:
  • Mysterious phone located on my network

    So I just noticed something very interesting on my network. There's an unidentified phone on it. I have no idea where it came from. It doesn't belong to anyone in my family. Should I be concerned? Is it detecting someone's phone nearby? Or do you think someone actually has access to my network? If...

    ITKE1,124,515 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 10 updates keep failing

    So here's my situation right now: Our startup has a strict network where our Windows 10 updates keep failing. It's because of strict firewall settings we have. How can we get these updates to go through? Thank you.

    ITKE1,124,515 pointsBadges:
  • Best way to monitor browsing history

    So here's question that's probably been asked before but it's definitely important to me. I think my children are going on websites that they shouldn't be going on. Is there any way I can track their browser history? Obviously they're on my network so what's the best way here? Thanks!

    ITKE1,124,515 pointsBadges:
  • Certification path to being a network security expert

    How do I start a career in network security? What certifications do I need in this career? I am currently studying for a CCNA R&S certification; after this what's the next step?

    Tikucim5 pointsBadges:
  • Design an e-Commerce website of my own and use a encryption for secure communication

    I want to do an MSc thesis. I have decided to use RSA or ECC for implementing a secure end to end communication to enhance the security in e-Commerce. I met with my lecturer and he said its good but that area is secure already because of the SSL/TLS AND SET protocols. he said I have to find a way...

    royam15 pointsBadges:
  • Add password to VNC

    This is more of a general understanding instead of a question - A friend of mine told me that VNC is not encrypted. Should I setup a password for it? I've read that it's not worth it. Is it really secure?

    ITKE1,124,515 pointsBadges:
  • Digiboard, Inc on my home network and I didn’t put it on there

    I did a security scan on my home network and found out this digiboard, inc was listed on my network. I have no idea why it is on there, who put it there, and I want it off my network.

    Firecraker5 pointsBadges:
  • Antivirus works on which layer of network

    For my antivirus, which layer of me network will it work on?

    Nikskor5 pointsBadges:

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