Category Archives: Windows 8

Security – About ARP .

The Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) is a key TCP/IP protocol that is used to determine the physical address of the network card that corresponds to an IP address. The ARP is a protocol used in the TCP/IP protocol suite at the internet layer. The ARP finds the MAC address of destination computer by using the… Read More »

Chrome : The Site Isolation feature.

Site Isolation has been enabled by default in Chrome 67 on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS to help to mitigate attacks that are able to read otherwise inaccessible data within a process, such as speculative side-channel attack techniques like Spectre/Meltdown. Site Isolation reduces the amount of valuable cross-site information in a web page’s process,… Read More »

PowerShell tips – part 010.

Windows PowerShell modules provide a convenient way to package reusable ode by using modules. The concept of modules is a package that contain Windows PoserShell version 2.0 commands. Anyoane can write and install a Windows PowerShell script module with administrator rights. There are three default location for Windows PowerShell modules : home users , Windows… Read More »

Windows 8 – Fix your network with a simple script.

An easier statement to use a script like this is: Computer networks suffer collapses and configurations, resulting in unwanted uploads of information over the Internet. This script is used to reset and prepare the computer to receive network configurations from the provider and can then be configured. It goes from the hardware and settings settings… Read More »