Category Archives: Tech News

Cyberoam to Sophos XG Firewall Migration

On February, 2014  Sophos acquired Cyberoam and its all set to do migration from Cyberoam to its own firewall Sophos XG Firewall. Here are basic FAQs: What is Sophos XG Firewall? The Sophos XG Firewall is the new firmware that combines the best of Sophos and Cyberoam Next-Generation Firewall technology, bringing in key innovations such as RED,… Read More »

Beware Bloggers! Niche blogging can put you in trouble

MHADA (Mumbai Housing and Area Development Authority) an apex public body in Maharshtra, primarily involve in constructing and selling housing to low and middle income groups in urban and semi-urban areas. MHADA sell this low cost home through online lottery system. MHADA has a dedicated website for this online lottery. – https://lottery.mhada.gov.in/OnlineApplication/ One of enthusiastic… Read More »

Microsoft bids $45 billon for Yahoo

Microsoft Corp offered to buy Yahoo Inc for $44.6 billion, in a bold bid to transform two ailing Internet businesses into a worthy competitor for market leader Google Inc. In what would be the biggest Internet deal since the ill- fated Time Warner-AOL merger, Microsoft sent a letter to Yahoo’s board on Thursday night to… Read More »

MySQL Acquired by SUN

Sun acquired MySQL as announced today. http://www.sun.com/aboutsun/pr/2008-01/sunflash.20080116.1.xml I was very surprised by this notice. MySQL Chief Executive Marten Mickos confirmed the acquisition attempt in an interview at the Open Source Business Conference here but wouldn’t provide details such as when the approach was made or how much money Oracle offered. He did, however, say why… Read More »

25 Websites We Can’t Live Without from Time.com

Time.com published an article called “25 Sites We Can’t Live Without.” It’s a comprehensive list including a review of each site that made the cut. In short, the winners (in alphabetical order) are: Amazon.com BBC.co.uk Citysearch.com Craigslist.org Del.icio.us Digg.com eBay.com Facebook.com FactCheck.org Flickr.com Google.com HowStuffWorks.com The Internet Movie Database (IMDB) iTunes Kayak.com NationalGeographic.com Netflix.com SimpleWeather.com… Read More »

Internet censorship in India

Recently, i came across an article on wikipedia about Internet censorship in India. It was an interesting reading. After doing little study on it, here are main point for you… The Government of India some years back established the Computer Emergency Response Team, or CERT-IN, as a means to monitor all incoming and outgoing Internet… Read More »