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Learn from your attackers - SSH HoneyPot
Learn from your attackers - SSH HoneyPot Remember running a Honey Pot is all about letting the bad guys in, therefore you’ll want to take steps to ensure the Honey Pot has no way of accessing your other systems.
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7 weeks ago
Writing a Bootloader Part 3 | Alex Parker's Website
Writing a Bootloader Part 3 In our previous article we got our CPU into 32-bit protected mode and printed the screen using the directly mapped VGA memory. This time we’re going to compile and load a C++ function into memory and call it! The BIOS only loads the first 512 bytes of the bootsector.
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7 weeks ago
Writing a Bootloader Part 2 | Alex Parker's Website
Writing a Bootloader Part 2 In our previous article we described how to write a bootloader that prints ‘Hello World!’ to the screen in 16bit Real Mode. We’re now going to one up ourselves and print ‘Hello World!’ from 32 bit Protected Mode!
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7 weeks ago
Writing a Bootloader Part 1 | Alex Parker's Website
Writing a Bootloader Part 1 This article series explains how to write a tiny 32-bit x86 operating system kernel. We won’t do very much other than print Hello world! to the screen in increasingly complicated ways! We’ll start off in assembly and then build up to writing C++!
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7 weeks ago
Living Without Atomic Clocks | Cockroach Labs
Living Without Atomic Clocks It’s a fact that the design of CockroachDB is based on Google’s Spanner data storage system. One of the most surprising and inspired facets of Spanner is its use of atomic clocks and GPS clocks to give participating nodes really accurate wall time synchronization.
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10 weeks ago
The Marketing Behind MongoDB
The Marketing Behind MongoDB In 2013, 10gen — the company behind MongoDB — moved into a large 30,000 square foot office in Midtown Manhattan.
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september 2017
Brandon Invergo - Using GNU Stow to manage your dotfiles
Using GNU Stow to manage your dotfiles I accidentally stumbled upon something yesterday that I felt like sharing, which fell squarely into the "why the hell didn't I know about this before?" category. In this post, I'll describe how to manage the various configuration files in your GNU/Linux home directory (aka "dotfiles" like .
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september 2017
Making your own custom USB cables
Making your own custom USB cables NEW USERS, READ THIS! Baxter and 703 Guests are viewing this topic.
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august 2017
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