Hospitals Still Use Pneumatic Tubes—and They Can Be Hacked

The tech may seem antiquated, but it poses very modern cybersecurity problems. Powered by...

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Use the Linux terminal to navigate throughout your computer
Aug03

Use the Linux terminal to navigate throughout your computer

To navigate through the directories of your computer in a graphical interface, you’re probably used to opening a window to get “into” your computer, and then double-clicking on a folder, and then on a subfolder, and so on. You may also use arrow buttons or keys to back track. read more Powered by...

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Set up a VPN server on your Linux PC
Aug03

Set up a VPN server on your Linux PC

Have you been connected to an untrusted network such as a hotel or café WiFi and need to securely browse the internet from your smartphone or laptop? By using a virtual private network (VPN), you can access that untrusted network anonymously and as safely as if you were on a private network. VPN is an amazing tool for safeguarding private data. By using a VPN, you can connect to a private network on the internet while maintaining...

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Get started with Argo CD
Aug03

Get started with Argo CD

In a typical push-based deployment, tools like Ansible and Jenkins connect directly to the server or cluster and execute the provisioning commands. This approach works well when the cluster is accessible on the network and there is direct connectivity between your deployment server and the destination server. For compliance or security reasons, connectivity between the deployment tool and the cluster may not be possible. read more...

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A Guide to RCS, and Why It Makes Texting So Much Better

Google is pushing the new standard for Android devices, which promises better security and cooler features than plain old SMS. Powered by WPeMatico

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