The Android versus iOS debate is a never ending one. With both the OS’s adding more and more features every day, one can never really stop comparing them. They have been the reason of many dinners going wrong or friends parting ways. We try to put the debate to an end. Here is a comparison […]
Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft (in no particular order) were recently attacked by hackers. This led to a number of questions being raised. How did they manage to get into the servers of such big corporations? Why did they want to do it? And most importantly: Is Google any safer than these websites? To find the […]
nginx (pronounced as engine-x) is a lightweight, high performance http server, reverse proxy server, IMAP, SMTP and POP3 server. In this tutorial my test box hostname and ip address are “server.unixmen.com” and “192.168.1.200″.
As an additional open source free web hosting solution which would suit your favorite linux distribution in this case it would be ubuntu a powerful solution to start getting in the hosting business it’s called EHCP panel let’s get into business…
The whole Android world is reeling in shock. Reports of Android being plagued by malware attacks are coming in from various sections. And there is a genius who has taken it on himself to report ‘bu-haáki’ that malware attacks have seen a whopping 2000% increase. Popular among such ‘bu-haáki’ reporting is the report that particularly […]
If you consider yourself a penetration tester or security expert then you are already aware of BackTrack Linux, a distro well known for its pen-test purpose. Today, Kali Linux replaces BackTrack as it is the new generation of the industry leading penetration testing and security auditing Linux distribution. Instead of building upon Ubuntu (BackTrack), Kali […]
Canonical is reviewing Ubuntu’s release cycles for next year. The expectation is to adopt a rolling release for Ubuntu 14.04 onwards. The roadmap is to adopt a Long Term Support version, where updates are released every two years.