Garett Murphy

Garett Murphy

Garett configures, provisions, and maintains the Cisco networking equipment, primarily Cisco Catalyst 2960, 3550, 3750, and 6506E switches for access, distribution, and backbone connectivity in the data center as well as Cisco ASA Firewalls for protection of client networks. He provides technical assistance for clients, primarily with dedicated servers running various operating systems, including but not limited to Linux, Windows Server, and VMware Hypervisors. He also reconfigures services, installation, and provisioning of new dedicated servers, data migration from the client's previous hosting services, and hardware repair/maintenance for servers located in the data center.

Articles by Garett Murphy

Feb 19, 2013
Garett Murphy

This is a security advisory regarding the Array Networks SSL-VPN service that we provide to some of our customers. If you use this service and happen to use Windows 8 on your computer, please read this advisory and the attached files carefully. Advisory: If you have accessed the SingleHop SSL VPN and installed the SSL […]

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Jul 16, 2008
Garett Murphy

By default most computers are left vulnerable to attack the moment they are attached to a network because they either have an inadequate firewall or no firewall configured on their machine. This is the case, in many situations, for both servers and your own desktop at home. It is for this reason that I am […]

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May 8, 2008
Garett Murphy

When researching a dedicated server solution, many people are concerned with the management and administration of the server. For some people, the ability to manually install PHP modules or configure an Apache web server’s Virtual Host functionality to host multiple websites. But not everyone is a system administrator, and not everyone is truly experienced when […]

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Apr 25, 2008
Garett Murphy

Some people may think that their website is so small and insignificant that it will never become as big, or as popular, as a site like YouTube or MySpace. With the Slashdot and Digg effects, even the smallest of blogs could become extremely popular (or just receive tons of unexpected traffic) overnight. But even then, most people don’t expect […]

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