The difference between Stand-by Servers, Rack mounts, Blades, and Microservers

Servers are usually divided into three or four categories in terms of shape, size, and other physical or so-called form factors: Tower servers; Rack mounts servers; and Blade servers.  Sometimes a fourth type of microserver…

Edit Server in Infecting People with SubSeven

Edit Server in Infecting People with SubSeven,  this is the tool which you will use to configure the server. Now Fist of all open up the edit server, it will give you tEdit Server in…

Server Security Issues

writing this section scares the britches off us, so we want to start with a warning: There are many security measures you can (and should) take when setting up your own server. However, the only…

HTTPD Connections to the Internet

NCSA’s HTTPD and CERN’s HTTPD   Both NCSA’s (http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/InformationServers/) HTTPD and CERN’s (http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Daemon/Status.html) HTTPD are widely available on the Net. They are both very popular and seem to work equally well. They are, however, not…

Comparison of the Major Server Systems part 2

Routers If you are purchasing a server package, your router may be included in this system. If not, your ISP may be able to provide you with one. ThereIf  this is not the case, you…

Comparison of the Major Server Systems part 1

There are several issues that need to be addressed in regard to server systems. The hardware and software configurations of a server can vary widely, and there are a number of combinations that will result…