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Configure SSL on Your Website with IIS

On IIS 6.0, how do I configure my website to use SSL? By default, web browsing is being performed by use of the HTTP protocol, i.e. a connection between the client computer (using a web browser) to the web server (using IIS, Apache or any other sort of web server program). HTTP relies on TCP…

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Block Web Browsing with IPSec

How can I block a Windows 2000/XP/2003 computer from surfing on the Internet? Windows 2000/XP/2003 machines have a built-in IP security mechanism called IPSec (IP Security). IPSec is a protocol that’s designed to protect individual TCP/IP packets traveling across your network by using public key encryption. In a nut shell, the source PC encapsulates the…

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Change User Password from the Command Prompt

How can I change my user-account password from a Command Prompt? You can change a Windows User Account password that is on any Windows computer from any other Windows computer regardless of whether the User Account is on a workstation, a stand-alone server, or a Windows domain controller. Additionally, it makes no difference whether the…

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Change User Password from a Remote Computer

How can I change my user-account password from a remote computer? You can change a Windows User Account password that is on any Windows computer from any other Windows computer regardless of whether the User Account is on a workstation, a stand-alone server, or a Windows domain controller. Additionally, it makes no difference whether the…

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Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner Version 3.0 Combats Rise in “Google Hacking” Attacks

Seattle, Washington – November 21, 2005 – Acunetix, a leading security software company focused exclusively on helping enterprises secure their web applications and web sites, today announced the next-generation version of  Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner, which provides a comprehensive solution to detecting system vulnerabilities that are frequently exploited by hackers. Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner provides…

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