What are the toughest passwords for a machine/bruteforcers to break?
Does it need to be long?
Do the words need to be incoherent?
Are symbols numbers necessary?
Are uppercase/Lowercase numbers necesary If so are they placed before/after/indented in text?
Would a stronger password have more numbers than letters?
Should I just get a password randomized or should I think of something clever out of the ordinary like song lyrics?
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When can I post memes on /g/ with it?
they also said no one would need more than 5 mbs of storage, people like you have no real imagination you just take little linear steps and assume the next step will always be like the last one. When information technology gets more powerful we create new applications that uses it, always, we'll never run out of imagination and uses for more computing power
What can I use in place of this?
I'm trying to find a download for installation disc for Windows 7 Enterprise since I want to reformat my computer. I've tried using that Microsoft recovery page but the product key that I've used before isn't working. So I've been looking for a download but can't find one. Can anyone point me the right way?
Great guide faggots, as long as you don't need fucking WiFi
Hello all, I am an admitted script kitty ;)
I am currently attending a school which has decent security upon all the student accessible PC's. However, the teachers laptops are completely free of any security and are regularly left unlocked. I have a drowsy, untechnologically-enlightened teacher who leaves her laptop open on desktop in a room without camera's.
My question to the community, open to trolls ect, is that if there is a program I can put onto my 128gb Sandisk USB pen to remotely control her computer, and its privileges, from home or a local...
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Sorry I fell asleep after the last post I made. I saw someone make a comment about using an iPhone. The pics were actually a mix of iPhone 6, Sony RX-100II, and 6D pics depending on what I had with me at the time.
Here's a view of some of the remaining upper level equipment. Back when they decommissioned this radar policies were a bit different. They would pull everything that is usable and then abandon in place anything that was unneeded. It then just generally...
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Basically things are literally just as they left it after decommissioning. All sorts of bolts all over the place....you can see how they tossed things to the side and they never have been touched since.
Again from the lower level. There were giant klystron tubes and their associated gear to the right and I believe a ton of capacitors to the left. The caps were known to occasionally explode :)
A bunch of gear oil drooled down some columns I believe from when they ripped the old dish down. Looks freaky in person.
Is there a way to run raspbian in a virtual machine? It would be awesome if I could boot the image and set it all up before I copy it to an sd card.
First, the pi is the slowest device I own, and for the project I'm working on it would be nice to iterate quickly.
Second, after I have the image i want, I can wipe the SD card and replace it at will
yeah, but you have to use a different kernel, which is possible with QEMU. not sure how well your set up programs work when you run it with the pi kernel, rest assured that probably all packages that use specific x86 code will break once the real arm kernel is used.
just plug the fucker in, ssh into it and set everything up. not worth the hassle
>OSX -> "oh ess TEN"
>Xcode -> "EX code"
what loser thought this up?
Where are you gonna be when proprietary cars become a thing?
>Looking for a monitor that is 40" with 1ms response time, 144hz and 4k
>they don't exist
I find the lack of good monitors disgusting. Why don't people use large size monitors for gaming? It's delicious.
Lets do the math:
3840*2160 = 8294400 pixels
8294400 * RGB (3 byte) = 24883200 byte =
24883200 byte = 23.7 MiB
144 hz * 23.7 = 3412.8 MiB
That is 3.4 GiB per second.
Soo, simple answer is, its to much data to handle for current technology.
Because currently no computer can power a 4k display at 144hz for gaming. Even current games still cap out at about 90 with gtx 1080s in sli.
Theres no point in getting one for watching movies, since theyre 24 fps usually not 4k
I just recently lost a user directory to the abyss because I lost its decryption key. Now I'm reinstalling and doubting whether I should use any encryption at all. I'm in a house where I doubt anyone will try to steal data from it and I'm not storing anything shady/questionable. (maybe a couple ripped movies and songs for Plex) Thoughts?
You can make a LUKS image file and store your couple ripped movies and songs there.
But if you use the system every day you shouldn't forget the password. Write it down and after using it for a week you can burn the paper.
>NOT USING XUBUNTU
>NOT MAKING A LUKS.EXT4 FS
Well I didn't lose the login credentials, I just lost the 50 character key I used to encrypt the home directory. And how does one go about creating a LUKS image within the user directory, because that's where they'd be.
Are tablets really that useless? Most of them are way too expensive and I can't even fathom why people pay so much for those glorified huge smartphones that aren't even phones. That being said, reading manga and comics on it is very comfy with the added bonus of some novels being nice despite it not being glorious eink. On that note, which tablets are affordable and not shit? Some like Cube, Teclast, and Chuwi make good Chinese tablets and I remember the Nook HD+ with CM being really good. Bigger than 9 american centimeters is a must, 7 american centimeters is nice, but not that big for mango.
I'm looking to buy an Apple computer for $600 or less.