Read Ext2 or Ext3 on Windows

If you want to read ext2 or ext3 filesystems on Microsoft Windows then you will need to download DiskInternals Linux Reader     Should you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to comment below. If you like what you have read, please share it on your favourite social media medium.

Secure Administrator account in Active Directory

Securing the Administrator account in Active Directory You may be thinking this should be common knowledge but time and time again I see directories with the Administrator account still in the “Domain Admins” group and active! Before you do this, ensure you are not using the domain administrator account for authenticating! I always follow a… Read more »

Reference guide to basic Telnet Commands

Reference guide to basic Telnet Commands Occasionally you might need to test a mail server manually using Telnet and SMTP commands. Before running Telnet you might need to install it (Microsoft Windows 7 and above) by following either three of the following steps: By Command Prompt Open a command prompt type “appwiz” Click on “Turn Windows features… Read more »

Five Handy & Hidden Windows 7 Features

It happens with most things that come to market, there are usually a hidden secret or other uses for certain products, software is no exception, it’s always been there, you just have to know how to “access” it. God Mode Ever wanted one place that has all your settings for Microsoft Windows 7? To turn… Read more »

Tracking Website Activity on IIS

There are heaps of ways to track website traffic hits depending on your requirements, platform and of course budget. One of the most popular methods of tracking statistics is through services such as Google Analytics however log file analysis remains the most reliable way to track your visitors as they are immune to script blockers…. Read more »