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Dashlane, A New Password Manager For Windows and Mac

Just yesterday we have reviewed the Norton Identity Safe password manager which had been released as a beta version earlier this month. Today, I'm going to look at another password manager that […]

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Check For Used Local IP Addresses To Avoid Network Conflicts

When you connect two or more computer systems to a local network you need to make sure to assign unique local IP addresses to all computer systems to avoid conflicts. Conflicts may […]

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Give Yourself The Proper Linux Privileges on Your New Machine

For many of us, the days following the fresh install of a new Linux distribution are like starting your life over. It's a time for new beginning – new choices for programs, […]

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Use Twitter Directly From The Firefox Address Bar

Twitter is a hugely popular messaging service that allows anyone to post messages, followers automatically see the messages in their accounts and everyone else might stumble upon them by searching Twitter messages. […]

Restrict network access by time or IP address with Squid

There are a number of reasons why you would want to restrict network access. You run a cafe with web access or you have young or teenage children and you want them […]

Migrate users from one Linux machine to another

Have you ever had a need to migrate current running Linux users from installation to another? That would be a simple task if the user count was low. But  what happens when […]

The Form Letter Machine

The Form Letter Machine is a free program for Microsoft Windows devices that assists you in writing letters by re-using paragraphs. If you write letters with similar paragraphs regularly, you may speed […]

Connect to a remote virtual machine with rdesktop

VirtualBox is an incredibly useful tool. You can run different OSes for testing purposes, you can set up servers on machine that wouldn't normal act as servers, the sky seems to be […]

Set Static IP Address on Windows

Simple Static IP is a free program for Microsoft Windows devices that allows you to set a static IP address and related information. Windows computer systems ship without static IP addresses assigned […]

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Hamachi Virtual Private Network

Hamachi is a small freeware application that creates virtual private networks (vpn) on the fly without configuration at all - well almost. You can download the application from the hamachi homepage, once downloaded install and run the software. Versions for Windows, Linux (installation guide) and Macintosh OS X exist, means everyone should be happy although the linux and mac versions are console only while the windows one comes with a gui. Before I go into configuration details I want to describe the main advantage of Hamachi, it gives you LAN over the Internet.

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Ip Scanner

Angry Ip Scanner is a small open source application that lets you scan IP addresses and ports, you can even specifiy the range of the scan by yourself. After pinging the target IP it is able to resolve other data like hostname, MAC address and open ports.

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Study finds Brave to be the most private browser

Are you concerned about your web browser sending data back to the company that created it? A new study, Web Browser Privacy: What Do Browsers Say When They Phone Home?, looked at […]

Kee is a Firefox and Chrome extension that can auto-fill passwords from KeePass

Kee is a Firefox and Chrome extension that can auto-fill passwords from KeePass

A couple of weeks ago, LastPass changed hands, again. Some of my friends ditched it and moved on to BitWarden as a consequence. While I see the advantages of using cloud-based services […]

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Google may track your location even if you disable Location tracking

The Location feature that Google built-into the Android operating system and some of its applications power location-based services such as Google Maps and provide Google with information about a customer's whereabouts. The […]

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Google's Location History tracking is creepier than thought

Research by online magazine Quartz suggests that Android's Location History feature tracks more data than initially thought. Location History "helps you get better results and recommendations on Google products" according to Google. […]

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GlassWire 2 launches with Virustotal support, Evil Twin detection

GlassWire released version 2.0 of the personal firewall and security program for Microsoft's Windows operating system. The new major version of the application includes improvements and new features including support for Virustotal […]

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Bitdefender Home Scanner review

Bitdefender Home Scanner is a free program by security company Bitdefender that scans devices on local networks for security issues. The need for security has expanded with Internet of Things being a […]

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Portable network scanner Dipiscan for Windows

Dipiscan is a portable network scanner for Microsoft Windows devices to run scans on an IP range to detect network devices. Plenty of tools for network administrators and administration exist that help […]