DeskRoll Blog

Making Internet Access Safer: DNS Security


No doubt Internet has dramatically changed the way people live and work. All this has been made possible by a set of different technologies. But nothing is perfect. Those technologies are not an exception. One of the core parts of the Internet is the Domain Name System. DNS does have certain issues but the respective organizations are working hard to continuously improve it. Below we’ll explain what DNSCrypt is and how it helps users, and we’ll provide instructions how to set it up.

Setting Up Wake On LAN (Also On Macs)

Do you often need to remotely access a powered off machine? Even if it’s a rare occasion, it’s often “you get remote access or you drive 80 miles”. That’s why you rely on Wake on LAN. WOL certainly requires some setup, depending on the OS, and it has certain caveats that we explore in this guide.

Remote Access to Apple Macs

There are quite a lot of options to remotely access Macs. For the sake of readability, let us consider them in groups.

Working from mobile devices

Working on-the-go is a good way to spend your time in a more efficient manner. Remote access is best done from a netbook/ultrabook or a tablet PC, although you might try using it on a smartphone (4” or a larger screen is recommended).

Fighting Malware

By far, malware problems are the most frequent support case out there. You hunt and remove the buggers on regular maintenance sessions. New customers would often call you, asking to fix a machine that’s strangely behaving, the screen is locking up, etc.