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  • Introduction To DNSSEC : DNS Security Extensions

    DNSSEC (short for DNS Security Extensions) adds security to the Domain Name System (DNS). In fact, DNSSEC was designed to protect the Internet from certain attacks, such as DNS cache poisoning. DNSSEC is a specification of an extension to the DNS through the definition of additional DNS Resource Records that can be used by DNS […]

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    Fév 28th, 2009 | Filed under Linux, security, windows
  • Virtual Infrastructure Et Enregistrement De Serveur ESX

    Le Client d’infrastructure Virtuelle (ou Virtual Infrastructure Client) permet la gestion centralisée des serveurs ESX, en plus des possibilités de VMotion, et d’autres fonctionnalités. Il arrive que l’ESX soit joignable en tant que host à part, mais qu’on ait du mal à le joindre à l’infrastructure à travers le VI client.

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    Fév 23rd, 2009 | Filed under virtualisation
  • Optimize Disk Usage And Increase Windows Speed

    Disk and Disk Cache are heavily used in all Operating Systems, and specially Windows. There are some easy things to keep in mind and do to Optimize Disk Usage and thus Increase Windows Speed. I will try to give some ideas to achieve this goal, knowing that most people prefer to buy a software to […]

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    Fév 18th, 2009 | Filed under Linux, Non classé, optimization, windows
  • Securing Your Windows System

    Today, increasingly people are using their computers for everything from communication to online banking and investing to shopping.  As we do these things on a more regular basis, we open ourselves up to potential attackers and crackers. 

    Fév 5th, 2009 | Filed under security, windows
  • From Backup Restore Strategy To a Physical To Virtual Technic

    Being in holidays, I was called in an emergency for an Ldap database restore because an application was no more running. The fact is, even if we had an image of disks of the physical server hosting the application, we didn’t have backups for files each on by itself available at this time. So the […]

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    Fév 3rd, 2009 | Filed under Physical to Virtual, virtualisation, windows
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