Searched for: "socket hijacking"

About 13 results for "socket hijacking"

  • David Gitonga // July 16, 2012, 10:26 PM PST

    Best approaches for Web application security

    How can you go about ensuring that your web application is truly secure? David Gitonga discusses potential web application entry points and how you can protect yourself against tar...

  • TechRepublic Staff // June 7, 2008, 11:14 PM PST

    re: Seanferd Autorun log

    Hi there. Thanks so much for your help. I *do* have the apppatch file exactly where it should be c:\windows\apppatch\acspecfc.dll. I also did the autorun and things to my nontechn...

  • Chad Perrin // March 13, 2008, 8:03 AM PST

    Ensure basic Web site security with this checklist

    While I normally advocate a principles-based approach to maintaining system security, and deplore the typical "best practices" checklist approach, that does not mean that security ...

  • Deb Shinder // January 5, 2007, 12:00 AM PST

    Make a SIP-based VoIP network more secure

    The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) has gained ground as a popular call-signaling protocol for a number of reasons, but security isn't necessarily one of them. Adding SIP devices...

  • Thomas Shinder MCSE // September 20, 2005, 12:00 AM PST

    SolutionBase: Twelve more secrets of an ISA Server 2004 firewall professional

    If you're using ISA Server 2004 as a firewall on your network, you know that there are lots of different settings you can use to set it up. Here are 12 tips to help make the most o...

  • TechRepublic Staff // June 27, 2005, 11:34 AM PST

    Take a look at hosts file. Run winsockfix.exe to clear socket layers (will have to re-enter network settings). Run hijack this and see if there are any strange redirections liste...

  • Deb Shinder // February 14, 2005, 12:00 AM PST

    SolutionBase: Understanding how SSL bridging works

    SSL works to ensure that traffic between a client and server is secure. However, its encryption feature can sometimes confound firewalls, creating a potential security threat for y...

  • Geo26 // March 20, 2004, 8:05 AM PST

    Strange IE Failures

    This one's got me REALLY stumped . . . Recently, and more often than not, I get the standard "Page cannot be displayed . . . Cannot find server or DNS error" Error page. These are ...

  • e Advantage // July 18, 2002, 12:00 AM PST

    Protecting corporate Internet assets

    Do you really own your Web sites? You might be surprised to learn that although you've registered the names, you may not 'own' them, and you may be scammed into paying a fee to re-...

  • Guest Contributor // May 14, 2002, 12:00 AM PST

    Keeping hackers out of your Web services

    Web services are no different than other Web applications--they require security. Hackers and information thieves are waiting to take advantage of any security lapse.