Linux Kernel Virtual Machine

Introduction The Linux Kernel Virtual Machine (KVM) is a hypervisor that allows multiple virtual machines to run on a single Linux host machine. KVM is an open-source technology that is integrated into the Linux kernel and supports various hardware platforms, including x86, ARM, and PowerPC. In this article, we will discuss the key features and benefits of KVM, how it works, and how to install and configure KVM on a Linux machine. [Read More]


Detect and Respond to Attacks

Honeypots in Computer Security Honeypots are an important tool in computer security that can help organizations detect and respond to attacks. A honeypot is a system or network that is designed to look like a real target, but is actually used to monitor and analyze attacks. Honeypots can be used to gain insight into attackers' tactics, techniques, and procedures, and can help organizations improve their security posture. Detection of Attacks One of the key benefits of honeypots is that they allow organizations to detect attacks that might otherwise go unnoticed. [Read More]

First post!

This is my first post, how exciting!