Memset is pleased to open up three previously internal tools for public use.
RAID (Redundant Array of Independent/Inexpensive Disks) is a persistent storage technology allowing multiple disks to be used as one logical volume. Using RAID can limit the risk of data loss in the event of disk failure by algorithmically distributing data across the array of disks.
This useful tool is designed to help you understand the risks of disk failure and data loss for different RAID configurations taking into account variables such as:
With some necessary approximation and other basic assumptions, clear and interesting conclusions can be drawn with regard to the differing probabilities of data loss across different RAID configurations.
The passwords generated by this tool are meant to be human-memorable but have 47 bits of entropy meaning a brute force attacker would need 2^47 attempts to exhaust all possibilities. Human generated passwords generally have significantly lower entropy leaving them more vulnerable to brute force attack.
PageRank is a link analysis algorithm developed at Google which determines the relative importance of a page in the context of the whole World Wide Web. Use this tool to find the PageRank for your pages.blog comments powered by Disqus