A selection of useful IT resources for professionals and businesses.
Quad 9 – Alternative DNS to your ISP or Google DNS. Provides protective DNS protection against bad sites. Use 18.104.22.168 as your DNS provider.
MX Toolbox – Need to dig around a domain name; then use MX Toolbox that can provide a wealth of information around domains DNS configuration. It can also process raw email headers to tell you how an email was delivered to you.
DNS Stuff – Now owned by SolarWinds, DNS Stuff also has a large range of tools for checking out DNS, IP addresses and domain names.
DNS Checker – If you’re making DNS changes to systems used over the internet and want to see the progress. This site gives you a good indication of the DNS changes and progress throughout the internet.
DNS Benchmark – Download and find out what DNS servers are best for your network.
IP Calculator – Lots of them our there, but this is prefered site of choice.
Signal – messages, and calls are always end-to-end encrypted and painstakingly engineered to keep your communication safe.
Haystacks – How complex is your password? How long would it take to brute force?
IP Leak – This is the kind of information that all the sites you visit, as well as their advertisers and any embedded widget, can see and collect about you.
Monitor – From Firefox, this free service monitors your email addresses to check if they’ve been breached, hacked.
VirusTotal – Upload suspect files and have it scanned by 70 antivirus vendors.
FishTank & Webroot – Is this a bad website or link?
Complex Password Generator
Scottish Password Generator – Nessie Pass!
Send – Again from Firefox, free service to send large files that are encrypted locally on your computer.
Waky Now – Remote control software
GRC – Gibson Research Corporation (Security Now Podcast) has shed load of free applications you can down.
Ninite – Quickly install multiple free applications from a couple of clicks and one download.
- Active Book Disk