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Stanford has a list of several hundred networking tools. This list is kept current and has links for both freeware and commercial products. Their list covers 14 years of networking tools. More…
My passion with computers is security and networking. We have featured many DNS programs that allow you to speed test your DNS servers. Rick over at Whats On My PC has just reviewed a program called DNS Jumper. … Continue reading
Apparently someone has created a plugin that when and if someone installed it, the plugin would ‘spy’ on the individual. More… Here’s the deal…when installing plugins, know the vendor requiring the plugin..plugins are usually created by a third party.
Computers just don’t take care of themselves….