0x037 – Linux tip: How to mount a BitLocker NTFS partition on Debian/Ubuntu Linux

First of all install dislocker, for doing that install aptitude and then $sudo aptitude search dislocker once you find dislocker install it, with: $sudo apt-get install dislocker once you have it installed, then you should run something similar to this: $sudo fdisk -l to discover your disk, and then $sudo dislocker -u[YOUR_PASSWORD_GOES_HERE] /dev/sdb1 /mnt/hdext $sudo … Continue reading 0x037 – Linux tip: How to mount a BitLocker NTFS partition on Debian/Ubuntu Linux

0x036 – Cloud Computing (Support)

“Cloud Computing, the long-held dream of computing as a utility, has the potential to transform a large part of the IT industry, making software even more attractive as a service and shaping the way IT hardware is designed and purchased”, (Armbrust et. al., 2010).  INTRODUCTION  Cloud computing concept didn’t come to the light to swallow … Continue reading 0x036 – Cloud Computing (Support)

0x035 – Biometric Technology

INTRODUCTION With the introduction of biometric studies into the computer science, the first devices and methodologies started to grow in such manner we can see fingerprints scanners in airports, voting machines in democratic countries and even in ATM’s (very common in Brazil). There are different methods to identify an information system user, including fingerprints and … Continue reading 0x035 – Biometric Technology

0x031 – Blocking Methods

In usage almost 99% of the companies computers, the windows operating system have huge evidences of its fragility in the protection of malware and spyware, which are easily installed and replicated through many machines in the work environment (Chris Hoffman, 2016). As a security solution blocking methods including blocking websites, and monitoring the computer activity … Continue reading 0x031 – Blocking Methods