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18/12/2017
Tech Talk: Wifi vulnerable As you may have heard in news media, a serious weakness in the Wifi Security WPA2 protocol has been identified. This may allow attackers within range of vulnerable Wifi devices or access point to intercept passwords, e-mails, and other data presumed to be encrypted, and in some cases, to inject ransomware or other malicious content into a website a client is visiting.
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cPanel is our web hosting account management tool. This is available on our shared Linux hosting plans. You only get one username per cPanel account. If you create addon, parked and subdomains, those domains can be accessed by logging in to your main cP...
Find your server settings here for email, DNS, NTP etc. MAIL SERVERS (POP3, IMAP & SMTP) Your mail server settings will be dependent upon your email address domain. For example, if your email address was example@silkweb.net.nz your settings become: PO...
If you are have a silkweb or netz email address. Click directly on this link to access webmail: * Silkweb: http://silkweb.net.nz/webmail [http://silkweb.net.nz/webmail] * Netz: http://netz.co.nz/webmail [http://netz.co.nz/webmail] MORE INFORMATION...
An Internet Service Provider or ISP is a company that provides a connection for customers to be able to access the internet and provide additional related services such as email. thepacific.net allows customers to access the internet via fixed internet su...
WHAT IS TTL OR TIME TO LIVE?  TTL, or Time-to-Live, is the length of time for when a zone file is set to expire. This is usually expressed in number of seconds.  If you ask your local DNS server (usually provided by your ISP) for an Internet address, th...