Many, many months ago, Declan Eardly asked why the character was chosen as the path separator. The answer’s from before my time, but I do remember the original reasons. It all stems from Microsoft’s relationship with IBM. For DOS 1.0, DOS only supported floppy disks. Many of the DOS utilities (except for command.com) were...
BlackNurse DoS Attack
Researchers have warned that a low-volume BlackNurse DoS attack can easily take down certain firewalls.
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Don't lose your mind or waste your time on mindless busy work - make the right moves to land your dream job
What's Up with Up-dos?
The higher the hair, the closer to heaven! Let’s take your up-do game to new heights.
Don’t rely on 2D drawings as the master any more
This blog post examines how need to encourage and cultivate the habit of chasing down 3D design as a single source of truth.
How to Embed Classic MS-DOS Games in Your Tweets
If you’re getting tired of scrolling and fancy a break from the norm of your Twitter feed, there’s a new trick that will let you embed playable MS-DOS classics in your tweets. HADOUKEN! t.co/P2mQcpY8VK — Amanda Connolly (@tweets_amanda) April 30, 2015 Spotted by Wired, all you need to do is copy and paste the URL …
How To Stop Denial of Service Attacks in 5 Steps
DoS attacks are among the most feared threats in today' s cybersecurity landscape. Learn how to stop denial of service attacks in 5 steps and prevent website outages.
DIY Hair Dos
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Acumatica’s 10 B2B eCommerce Do’s & Don’ts Infographic will help manufacturers seamlessly jump into the online selling world.
10 Dos for Google AdWords
Google AdWords is a great tool for advertisers since it allows you to drive relevant traffic to a website almost immediately. If your account is set up properly, this could mean more clients and more business.However, conversions can be generated onl...
The Dos and Don'ts of a DIY Wedding
Here's a primer on how to save some money and your sanity.
What Is a Permanent DoS (PDoS) Attack?
A Permanent Denial of Service attack, or a PDoS attack, is denial of service via hardware sabotage. Find out how it works and how to minimize risk.
What are Denial of Service (DoS) attacks? DoS attacks explained
DoS attacks generally take one of two forms. They either flood web services or crash them. Learn how they work.
Top 5: Coding the Raspberry Pi in a web emulator, DOS is alive with FreeDOS, and more
In this week's Top 5, we highlight the Raspberry Pi in a web emulator; FreeDOS; Google's open source program office; tools for burning CDs and DVDs; and Flowblade for video editing
The Top Dos and Don’ts of Blogging
Your blog plays a key role in your overall marketing efforts. If you regularly post helpful updates, your blog becomes the go-to resource of readers in your niche, thus strengthening your online bran…
Performance Connectivity, Inc.
Print This PageWhat is a Denial-of-Service (DoS) attack? A DoS attack is when a someone tries to stop users from accessing information or services on their own PC or computer network. An attack may stop a user from accessing their email, websites, online accounts such as banking, etc., or software on the affected computer. Most …
The Dos and Don’ts
If it?s time to repair or replace your roof, you might be tempted to do it yourself, especially due to the high cost of having it done professionally. Howe
Don’t Stop at Graphical PMI (Part 2)
This post continues the discussion of the importance of conveying semantic or machine-readable PMI in MBD.
How the Energy Sector Can Defend Against DoS Attacks
Energy companies are a target for denial-of-service events that overwhelm networks with bogus traffic and have the potential to cause massive utility outages.
Dos & Donts JBC tips
JBC, a leading manufacturer of soldering and rework equipment, has over 400 models of cartridges of different sizes and shapes to choose from depending on ea...