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2. Can I run video in Linux?
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13. Behind the App: The Story of Kali Linux
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If you've ever tried to crack Wi-FI passwords or test for security vulnerabilities on your network, then you're likely familiar with Kali Linux. It's a security-focused version of Linux that offers a multitude ...
... differentiated for their privileges and are equally given authority. In this process, however, users with hardly any knowledge on computers use online games, pirated and cracked games, proxies against ...
... and where there is a standard, it is used. These two things give Kolab an excellent starting position. Added to that we have a crack security team. We work with a world-renowned security firm in Bern, ...
16. How to Find the Best Linux Distribution for a Specific Task
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... (for network monitoring), and Aircrack-Ng (for testing wireless security). Development Most Linux distributions are well-built for development. You’ll find all of the tools available to all distributions. ...
17. How to Build and Tune an Open Source 3D Printer on Linux
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... holes in these acrylic end plates. For me, one of the end plates cracked from the rod hole to the edge of the plate while I was inserting one of the rods. This is unfortunate because it happens early in ...
... demonstrates how to use the Epiphany accelerator from within the R statistical programming language. While a project undertaken as part of Google Summer of Code extended the John the Ripper password cracker ...
The Google I/O conference is underway, and, as forecasted here, Android is the star of the event. Not only is Android headed for smartwatches, cars and televisions according to announcements made this ...
20. Linux Basics: How To Install SSH Keys on the Shell
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SSH keys offer a highly secure manner of logging into a server with SSH as against mere dependence on a password. While a password stands the risk of being finally cracked, SSH keys are rather impossible ...
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