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The hacking universe is complex and often mired in stereotypes. In fact, it is not unusual to hear hackers referred to as individuals operating on the periphery of the law and of society, despite the fact that in reality, they are highly skilled IT experts with a creative flair.
Cyber security is an area of great importance both for ordinary web users and large corporations. One of the most troublesome phenomena over the last few months has been cryptojacking. It involves cyber criminals secretly using a device’s calculation capacity to mine cryptocurrencies
The Cryptolocker Virus, also known also as a ransom virus, acts by encrypting the files stored on a computer, rendering them illegible. The purpose of the cyber criminals who developed it is to demand a cash ransom from victims in exchange for the decoding of their documents. This virus is almost always spread via a direct web attack
The expression Smart City, first coined in the world of ICT (Information and Communication Technology), refers to digital city models created via a network used to spread and circulate information.
A great week of news at Unilab, especially for the new changes introduced in our SMART-AIR software, specific for Air Handling Units, the only software that includes our DLL for the calculation of finned pack Heat Exchangers, the most advanced and accurate on the market, also sought after by those who use other AHU software. We also introduced two important features, one in in SHARK and one in SHELL.
The term Usability Test refers to a series of methodologies which, through the study of real user behaviours, are designed to improve a website’s usability. During the usability testing, work is carried out on various fronts, beginning with the identification of any issues or bottle necks in the interface.
PaaS (an acronym for Platform as a Service) is a Cloud Computing service. It describes an arrangement whereby an external supplier provides an infrastructure, whether it be hard- or software, in order to allow a company to work on the development of an app or other software.