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The MSMB Networks IT Blog [Tutorials]


Not every problem has an answer that Google can provide. Here is a sample of some of the projects, workarounds, and configuration tweaks we have found that others may find useful.

Secure your WordPress Blog Immediately

Secure your WordPress Blog Immediately

Over 20 million Wordpress installs are vulnerable to attack — make sure yours isn't one of them by following our step-by-step guide! Don't let your site become infected or deleted!

Many Petaluma business owners utilize WordPress, a powerful website and blog publishing software. Recently however security researchers have discovered wide-sweeping security vulnerabilities that could allow criminals unrestricted access to content served by WordPress. While we always recommend staying updated, to … Read More »

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Upgrading to Windows 8.1

Upgrading to Windows 8.1

Since the death of Windows XP, Petaluma business owners have asked us how and when they should upgrade their systems to a more modern operating system such as Windows 7 or Windows 8. After the much-panned release of Windows 8, … Read More »

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The Secrets of Public-Key Encryption

The Secrets of Public-Key Encryption

In an increasingly-dangerous and insecure internet age, is it possible to send messages or files securely any more? Luckily cryptography and encryption has come a long way since the idea’s start in almost BCE 1900. While almost all codes developed … Read More »

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Installing MegaCLI on Slackware

Installing MegaCLI on Slackware

An important aspect of system administration is the ability to monitor one’s hardware. With our latest server we have a Dell PERC 6/i RAID controller managing our harddrive array. Without the Dell OpenManage software however we needed another way to … Read More »

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Putting the Pieces Together (Server Building 2)

Putting the Pieces Together (Server Building 2)

Welcome to part two of our continuing series on building a better MSMB Networks server. Last time we explored the choice of hardware and how we would put the server together. Today we take a look at the step-by-step build … Read More »

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