Apart from matching alphabetical order, the two names also have already represented both genders, male and female. Wooo.... funny indeed ...
If you know your network is there, why do you need it to announce to other people. If a SSID is not immediately visible then there will be less incentive for people to try and compromise a network.
In WLAN AP config, there is an option to 'suppress' or 'hide' the SSID. If this feature is enabled, you will not be able to see your own SSID over the air. You will have to remeber to enter this in WLAN client card config to make the connection. I find this feature useful in reducing the likelihood of unauthorized access to WLAN.
The proposed $100 machine will be a Linux-based, full-color, full-screen laptop that will use innovative power (including wind-up) and will be able to do most everything except store huge amounts of data. This rugged laptop will be WiFi-enabled and have USB ports for other functions.
People might ask why not use desktop computer or a recycled desktop machine? Desktops might be cheaper, but children need to take the computer to school and back to home.
Thanks to Mr Nicholas Negroponte, founding chairman of MIT's Media Laboratory who developed the "One Laptop Per Child" initiative.
In dig, just one single command can complete the whole query process :
$dig 188.8.131.52 yahoo.com.hk. mx
Hmmmmm, I should give up using nslookup and try to use dig in order to prepare myself as a contemporary network administrator.
One workaround solution is to use a PC to logon first, and then clone the MAC address of the PC’s LAN card to the WLAN AP. Unplug the RJ-45 cable to the WLAN WAN port and the WLAN AP will work. This is is a method successfully tested by one of my colleagues.
With money, you can buy a house, but not a home.
With money, you can buy a clock, but not time.
With money, you can buy a bed, but not sleep.
With money, you can buy a book, but not knowledge.
With money, you can buy a position, but not respect.
With money, you can buy blood, but not life.
With money, you can buy sex, but not love.
http://3391872290 will exactly go to the same website.
Increasingly, fraudsters are using single number network address to hide the source of phishing sites.