Category Archives: Linux distributions
Mobile malware is rising, and there have been explosions in the world of viruses and Trojans. Virus makers are now targeting mobile platforms- thanks to their growing popularity. If we take the statistics from last 6 months, the chances of … Continue reading
Note: This tutorial is a continuation of the Sendmail tutorial; please read through the Sendmail tutorial first before you attempt to install Dovecot or Squirrelmail. Although most versions of CentOS come standard with a POP3/IMAP server, dovecot can be much … Continue reading
Sendmail is the default SMTP (Simple mail transfer protocol) server installed on CentOS and although it can be slightly more complicated for beginners to learn than similar alternatives such as Postfix, it can be quite powerful and useful to learn. … Continue reading
This summers install apps on your android and make the most out of your phone whether at work or on holidays! In this post I have gathered some interesting apps that will make your summers peaceful and enjoyable!
Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) is a set of methods based on the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) that facilitates collaboration between users in editing and managing documents and files stored on World Wide Web servers. WebDAV was defined in … Continue reading
Android as a mobile platform is gaining more and more popularity day by day. However, Google is still yet to design a program that allows its users to synchronize their media across their phone and computers.