Our browsers are pretty informational and by that I mean that they provide a lot of information to the servers without us knowing about it. A website that you visit can found out a detailed description about your computer, i.e. your screen resolution and type of your OS.
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This method is a nice trick (not hack!) to make a simple Google search very useful.
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Often when booting from a Live Backtrack 5 (KDE) edition I have encountered that the GUI wicd Network Manager won’t start.
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I’ve got used to end a traceroute or a ping sequence on a Cisco IOS device using CTRL+C instead of the unpractical CTRL+Shift+6.
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P2V conversion can get annoying if you don’t know the cause of the problem. I was converting a plain physical MS WinXP machine to a virtual one and when it was all finished, I have started the machine and got this message at VM bootup: “A disk read error occured, press ctl+alt+delete to restart”.
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In this short post I will share with you how you can use Firefox on all your computer devices that run a Microsoft OS (mobiles are excluded).
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Has it ever crossed your mind that your just updated antivirus is not doing it’s job? We all think that we are protected but how do we even know that we are? Ok, enough with the rhetorical questions and let’s move to the point.
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MTU size never crossed my mind until MPLS designed network came to the picture. After adding a switch to the network, OSPF got up, but BGP was going up and down and up and down… That led to the MTU mismatch because bigger frames are needed in a MPLS network.
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