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Ravi Bandakkanavar

As a technology enthusiast, I have embarked on a perpetual journey of discovery, unearthing the latest trends, innovations, and breakthroughs that shape our modern world. Through my blog Krazytech, I aim to share my deep understanding and insights with a growing audience, weaving a tapestry of knowledge that empowers and inspires. As a founder, I tirelessly research and curate content that informs, educates, and sparks meaningful conversations. My mission is to create a space where technology enthusiasts can thrive, where ideas flourish, and where innovation takes center stage. Together, we embark on a collective journey, exploring the possibilities and potential of our digital age.

Honeypot in cyber security

Honeypot

A honeypot is used in the area of computer and Internet security . It is a security resource, whose value lies in being probed, attacked or compromised. They are special decoy servers to catch the‚ Blackhats (people with evil and illegal intents). Honeypots attract the hackers to attack a vulnerable computer system, which is under observation, by a security team. All the information about the attackers is logged, and monitored.

working method of polymer memory

Polymer memory – a new way of using plastic as a secondary storage

A new memory technology promises to store more data at less cost than the expensive to build silicon chips used by popular consumer gadgets including digital cameras, cell phones and portable music players. The magical ingredient is not smaller transistors or an exotic material cooked up by the semiconductor industry. It is a plastic.

NASA’S LINUX BASED SUPER COMPUTER based on Blue Gene project

Blue Gene

Blue Gene is a co-operative project among IBM, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, the United states Department of energy and academia. It is a computer architecture project designed to produce several supercomputers that are designed to reach operating speeds in PFLOPS (peta-FLOPS) range