Ransomware affects Spartanburg One school district network

GABRIELLE: SPARTANBURG SCHOOL DISTRICT ONE OFFICIALS SAY RANSOMWARE CAUSED THE DISTRICT TO RECENTLY HAVE NETWORK CONNECTIVITY ISSUES, THAT IS ACCORDING TO SCHOOL OFFICIALS SAY, WHILE THE RANSOMWARE CAUSED NETWORK ISSUES, THERE WAS NO BREACH OF ANY PERSONAL O

Computer network issues at Spartanburg County School District One due to ransomware

No breach of personal or financial information


Spartanburg School District One has recently experienced network connectivity issues, which were a result of ransomware, according to district spokeswoman Sandra Williams. Williams said while the ransomware caused network issues, there was no breach of any personal or financial information.”The district has been working diligently with cybersecurity experts to determine the origin of the ransomware and reinforce existing security measures,” Williams said. “In an effort to decrease cyber vulnerability, the district is reviewing all aspects of our network to ensure that this does not happen again.

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Securing your Wireless Network







These days wireless networking products are so ubiquitous and inexpensive
that just about anyone can set up a WLAN in a matter of minutes with less than
$100 worth of equipment. This widespread use of wireless networks means that
there may be dozens of potential network intruders lurking within range of your
home or office WLAN. 

 






Most WLAN hardware has gotten easy enough to set up that many users
simply plug it in and start using the network without giving much thought
to security. Nevertheless, taking a few extra minutes to
configure the security features of your wireless router or access
point is time well spent. Here are some of the things you can do to
protect your wireless network:

1) Secure your wireless router or

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Java Network Programming & Distributed Computing

Java Network Programming & Distributed Computing


By David Reilly, Michael Reilly.

Published by Addison-Wesley.

ISBN : 0201710374 


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Java provides a rich and comprehensive networking
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Network Programming in .NET with C# & Visual Basic .NET (VB.NET)


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Network Programming in .NET


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Network programming in .NET is a new release from Elsevier Digital Press, and is available now at all good computer bookshops. The book is a complete introduction to developing network programs in both C# and VB.NET. It includes chapters on the fundamentals of network programming, TCP and UDP sockets, multicasting, HTTP and SMTP, Remoting, and Web services. Not only that, but it also covers rare, and hard-to-find practical information on Telephony, Packet capture, MSMQ, and IPv6. Whether you’re a professional network programmer, or just want to see what’s possible, you’ll find that .NET Network Programming is a complete guide to the capabilities of networking in the .NET

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The Things Network

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Extending the Distance of Wireless Network


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Extending the Distance of Entry Level
Wireless Network.

Extending the range of Entry
Level Wireless depends on many Environmental variables, thus there is no one simple solution.   Implementing any solution
necessitates additional work and material (i.e. more money) in top of the initial buying of the Entry Level hardware.






There are many ways to extend distance of Wireless Hardware; the following is a primer
for Extending the Wireless Coverage in all directions  Indoor.



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What is a Computer Network?

One of the earliest examples of a computer network was a network of communicating computers that functioned as part of the U.S. military’s Semi-Automatic Ground Environment (SAGE) radar system. In 1969, the University of California at Los Angeles, the Stanford Research Institute, the University of California at Santa Barbara and the University of Utah were connected as part of the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET) project.

It is this network that evolved to become what we now call the internet.

Networks are used to:

  • Facilitate communication via email, video conferencing, instant messaging, etc.
  • Enable multiple users to share a single hardware device like a printer or scanner.
  • Enable file sharing across the network.
  • Allow for the sharing of software or operating programs on remote systems.
  • Make information easier to access and maintain among network users.

There are many types of networks, including:

  • Local Area Networks (LAN).
  • Global Area Networks
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