The Super-Sized Ethical Hacking Bundle includes nine courses in total that cover hacking, ethical hacking, and other security topics. The price is 96% off of the original price right now, and the following courses are included in the bundle: Bug Bounty: Web Hacking -- Get Paid to Legally Hack The World's Biggest Web Apps Ethical […]


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Microsoft is doing it again; the company is giving away (for free) an entire collection of ebooks covering major Microsoft products such as Windows, Windows Server, Microsoft Office, Exchange Server, and a lot more. All that it takes is to visit the official giveaway page hosted on Eric Ligman's blog on MSDN, and start downloading […]


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RegistryChangesView is a brand new portable application by Nirsoft for Windows that you may use to monitor the Registry for changes. The program has been designed to take Registry snapshots, and compare these snapshots to list all changes that have been made to the keys and values included in both snapshots. This can be very […]


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Google Backup and Sync is a new program by Google that combines Google Photos and Google Drive functionality in a single client application. The new client replaces the old clients that Google provided for these tasks. Downloads are available on Google Drive and Google Photos; I could not get the download to start on Google […]


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The Firefox web browser ships with an add-on management interface that users may load directly by typing about:addons in the browser's address bar, or by using menus of the browser the page is linked from. The management interface comes with several pages that separate extensions from themes, plugins, services, scripts and other "add-ons" that users […]


Fedora Desktop

It’s been a number of years since I sat down and gave Fedora a spin; I’ve always leaned more towards some of the other distributions out there with features that more suited my style. However, with the release of Fedora 26 I thought perhaps I should give the very popular and powerful distribution it’s due […]


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Bitdefender released a refresh of the company's Bitdefender product line yesterday that improves it in several key security areas. Bitdefender Total Security 2018, Bitdefender Internet Security 2018 and Bitdefender Antivirus Plus 2018 are all available already on the Bitdefender website. Existing users may download the new versions from Bitdefender Central to install the new version […]


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Windows creates the folder Windows.old on a PC running Windows when you upgrade the PC to a new version of the operating system. The Windows.old folder contains files and folders of the old installation of Windows, and the main reason it is there is that it is used to restore the old system if the […]


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Shutdown8 is a free program for Microsoft Windows that provides you with the means to change the power state of a Windows PC. That alone is not overly spectacular, considering that you can change the power state from the Start Menu or by pressing the power button of the PC. What sets it apart are […]


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Twitter announced on July 10 through the company's Twitter Safety account that new options to mute notifications have been added to the site. The social messaging service supports several security functions to deal with other Twitter users. This includes blocking accounts, muting words or muting accounts. While it is easy to mute accounts for instance, […]


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Microsoft revealed plans recently to bring back the placeholder feature of the company's file hosting and syncing service OneDrive. Files On-Demand, the new name of the feature, was added to recent Windows 10 Insider Builds already, and the company plans to release the feature with the Fall Creators Update that will be out in a […]


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Microsoft released security updates for all supported versions of Microsoft Windows and other company products on July 11, 2017. The following guide provides you with in-depth information on the July 2017 Microsoft Patch Day. It starts with an executive summary that covers important to-know bits about the updates. What follows is the distribution of updates […]


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Jump is a subscription-based Indie gaming service that is available for various desktop operating systems and as a Web-based version. Are game subscription services becoming the next big thing? The makers of Jump seem to think so. The service is in beta currently until July 24th and will launch officially later this year. The service […]


Windscribe is a popular VPN provider that offers free and paid services. The free service is good for testing Windscribe, the Pro service to get the most out of it. Windscribe Pro does not limit bandwidth, allows P2P traffic, does not log user activities, and may be used on any number of devices. The service […]


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Firefox Nightly users on Windows may configure the web browser to move Web Extensions to their own process in the most recent builds. Mozilla's work on Firefox's multi-process architecture continues. The organization rolled out the new architecture to Firefox Stable this year, and increased the number of multi-process content processes in the recently released Firefox […]


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Google Chrome users can import saved passwords from Internet Explorer or Safari, but Google never added an option to the browser to import or export passwords using the browser's UI. While Chrome users may use sync to synchronize their passwords to other devices they use Chrome on, users who don't use sync or want to […]