Author: Diego Asturias

Diego Asturias

As a kid, Diego discovered his curiosity in technology by breaking his parent’s cassette radios. Then he went on to experiment in the areas of electronics, cybersecurity, and wireless hardware. Diego has worked as an engineer, researcher, and journalist, traveling the globe to research wireless sensor networks in South Korea and aid in the installation of an African country’s first LTE mobile network. For more, check out Diego on LinkedIn.

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10 Best Device Control Software

In March 2021, Dobbins, a former employee of a medical device packaging company, was charged with a criminal complaint about hacking into the company’s network. He granted himself administrative privileges…

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comforte Review and Alternatives

Are you looking for a top-notch data security solution tailored for your industry and specific needs? For example, a network’s? A solution that handles data privacy for your customers? Enter…

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How to Configure a Cisco Switch

Cisco switches are targeted at businesses or enterprises that need flexibility, power, and security to connect medium-to-large networks. As opposed to plug-n-play, administrable switches require and allow configuration via an…

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API Security Guide

To illustrate how API works and why API security is of paramount importance, let’s bring up the “waiter/waitress = API” analogy. You are sitting at a restaurant reading the menu…

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Troubleshooting SFTP permission denied

Although SFTP is an easy-to-use and secure file transfer protocol, many people frequently face one of the most infamous SFTP errors, the “SFTP permission denied.” As the error output reads,…

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How to access SFTP server in Python

Python and SFTP are two handy tools when you are developing or maintaining a website. As a web developer, you can use SFTP for quick website access, transfer files, and…

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Best Linux Package Managers

The operation and architecture of the different Linux Package managers will vary from distribution to distribution. But generally, all Linux package managers should help install, remove, update, audit, and solve…