It took us close to nine months to translate our idea into reality. We had debated the idea (for ANCOR, Saner and other products we plan to build) for over three months. Dropping some features, adding something in the last minute, debates, disagreement, agreement, sleepless nights, real-deep technology discussion, theoretical Computer Science discussion, this make […]

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There is no “magic box” security. I can’t buy a device in the market that can be plugged in somewhere and assume “I am safe”. Much like dreaming about an all-proof balloon that secures us from all diseases and attacks. There is no replacement for a healthy-diet program and being vigilant. It is the process […]

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Is it too much to expect an appropriate answer from Computer Science Engineering graduates for these questions, – What does 32-bit computer really mean? – What is word length? – What is the length of a byte? – What is the length of an IP address? – What is the hardware address? – What is […]

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