Google Public DNS Servers Launched

Posted on in Categories Linux, Linux desktop, Networking, News, OS X, RedHat/Fedora Linux, Sys admin, Windows, windows vista last updated December 5, 2009

Today, Google has announced the launch of their free DNS resolution service. Many ISPs and 3rd party provider such as OpenDNS snoops around or send traffic to ad servers. However, Google promises not to play with end users and send the exact response his or her computer expects without performing any blocking, filtering, or redirection that may hamper a user’s browsing experience. In other words Google will not hijacking your traffic on non-existent domain name and it will follow strict RFC standard.

Linux / Windows Application For Prevention Of RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury)

Posted on in Categories Debian Linux, Download of the day, Gentoo Linux, Gnome, GNU/Open source, Howto, Linux, Linux desktop, RedHat/Fedora Linux, Software, Sys admin, Ubuntu Linux, UNIX, Windows, windows vista last updated September 25, 2010
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Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is occupational overuse syndrome, non-specific arm pain or work related upper limb disorder. RSI caused from overusing the hands to perform a repetitive task, such as typing, writing, or clicking a mouse. Unfortunately, most people do not understand what RSI is or how serious it can be. You can easily prevent RSI using open source software called Workrave.

20 Linux Server Hardening Security Tips

Posted on in Categories Debian Linux, fedora linux, Gentoo Linux, GNU/Open source, Howto, Linux, Monitoring, Networking, package management, RedHat/Fedora Linux, Security, Suse Linux, Sys admin, Tips, Ubuntu Linux last updated January 31, 2016

Securing your Linux server is important to protect your data, intellectual property, and time, from the hands of crackers (hackers). The system administrator is responsible for security Linux box. In this first part of a Linux server security series, I will provide 20 hardening tips for default installation of Linux system.

Use a Linux LiveCD to Avoid Windows Malware For Netbanking

Posted on in Categories Apache, Debian Linux, Howto, Linux, Linux desktop, RedHat/Fedora Linux, Security, Sys admin, Tips, Ubuntu Linux, UNIX, Windows, windows vista last updated October 15, 2009

Internet has revolutionized the way online users can shop and avail banking services like internet Banking from anywhere, anytime without visiting bank. But, how safe is your money with online net-banking which allows to carry out money transfer? Companies and in some case individuals lost anywhere from $10,000 to $500,000 dollars because of a single malware infection. The cyber crooks are targeting innocent MS-Windows user. If you are concerned about how best to protect yourself from this type of fraud, use Linux LiveCD for online banking and avoid Microsoft Windows at all cost.

How To: Upgrade Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 to v5.4

Posted on in Categories GNU/Open source, Hardware, Howto, Linux, Linux distribution, News, package management, RedHat/Fedora Linux last updated April 30, 2011

Red Hat Enterprise Linux v5.4 has been released and available via RHN for immediate update. The new version includes the kernel-based virtual machine (KVM) virtualization, next generation of developer features and tools including GCC 4.4, a new malloc(). Also included clustered, high-availability filesystem to support Microsoft Windows storage needs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

CentOS Linux Project In Trouble

Posted on in Categories CentOS, GNU/Open source, Linux, Linux distribution, RedHat/Fedora Linux last updated August 1, 2009

CentOS is a community-supported, freely-available operating system based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Lance Davis created CentOS and now he goes absent without leave. In an open letter from his fellow CentOS developers:

You have long promised a statement of CentOS project funds; to this date this has not appeared. You hold sole control of the centos.org domain with no deputy; this is not proper. You have, it seems, sole ‘Founders’ rights in the IRC channels with no deputy ; this is not proper.