Christine Shaw is a Technical Marketing Engineer Intern at ExtraHop Networks, where she works on any writing and programming projects her team sends her way. Following four years studying Computer Science at Rice University and two summers at the CIA working on cybersecurity projects, Christine moved to Seattle from Texas and now enjoys the abundance of coffee shops and weather (compared to Texas, at least).
Posts by Christine Shaw
Network scanning and port scanning aren't inherently hostile, but they're often used maliciously. Learn to tell the difference between safe and hostile scanning on your network.
Detect attacks using a MySQL zero-day that can give attackers elevated access and control of your database servers.
Unicast flooding can be a signal of more systemic configuration problems in your network. Here's how you can check.
Explained in detail: Silly window syndrome, how it degrades network performance, and how to avoid it.