My new router supports both the 2.4 and the 5 Ghz bands, and it obviously allows me to set a different password for each of them. Now, since cracking just one of the two means that the attacker would ...
My wireless network protected under WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK protocol. Is there a good reason to change the default user/password for the router management interface? What would it take for an hacker to ...
I have a directory service that can speak a number of protocols and is used for user authentication. Currently user credentials are stored using Bcrypt to protect them in case of a compromised ...
I don't do anything with corporate IT and networking, but I know enough to handle and get networks going. Anyway, something I ran into in my travels when it comes to the occasions of working on ...