Can’t reach your server from your home, office, or another point on the Internet? Or maybe you can reach it, but you are experiencing slowness or timeouts? Before contacting your ISP, run some quick tests with MTR – the problem may not be on their end.
Windows Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a workhorse of remote connectivity, allowing users and administrators to connect to the desktops of far-flung machines and perform tasks as if they were sitting directly in front of them. As global workforces shifted to remote work at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, RDP’s use for accessing business systems increased dramatically. Hackers and cybercriminals took notice, and as a result, the move to remote work has seen a corresponding dramatic increase in RDP attacks.
If you’re feeling cramped on your hard drive and don’t have room to store more photos, music, or videos, consider freeing up space by deleting or archiving some files. Here are some easy ways to free up space on your hard drive without going through the hassle of deleting files one by one.
Public WiFi access is an enticing proposition. It’s free, it’s convenient, and it’s open to everyone. But is public WiFi safe? There are several reasons why users may be hesitant to connect to public WiFi networks. While there is no 100% safe way to use a public network, you can minimize your risk with some simple steps.