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How To : Reset your Internet connection

Having Internet connection problems? Is your PC's net connection dead? Learn some steps you can take to troubleshoot and fix the problem including dealing with cables, routers, ISPs, and Windows network settings. Reset your Internet connection. Click through to watch this vide ...more

How To : Set up a VPN client on Mac

This is a video tutorial that is showing its audience how to set up your own VPN client on your Mac computer. The first step in setting up a VPN client is to go to your system preferences on your computer. Next select network and then select the plus button and type in that yo ...more

How To : Jailbreak an iPod Touch or iPhone firmware 3.1.2

Blackra1n is one of the easiest jailbreak programs made. This jailbreak works for iPod Touch 1G, 2G, and the iPhone 1G and 3G. For an iPhone 3GS or an iPod 3G, this will be a tethered jailbreak, meaning that if you want to reboot your device, you will have to reconnect it to y ...more

How To : GPU Accelerate Cracking Passwords with Hashcat

How to Crack Passwords Faster by Putting Your GPU to Work with HashcatSecurity on the internet is always changing. Not too long ago, having a 10 character password meant that you were safe from all forms of hash cracking. Hash cracking is when you take a string of characters t ...more

How To : Install Linux from within Windows

This video is pretty fast paced. There is no audio. It explains with video and text how to install Linux in a virtual drive from SUN. It includes the various needed steps including to First install the Linux or Windows CD into your CD/DVD Drive in your PC. Creating your new dr ...more

How To : Perform Network-Based Attacks with an SBC Implant

With a tiny computer, hackers can see every website you visit, exploit services on the network, and break into your Wi-Fi router's gateway to manipulate sensitive settings. These attacks can be performed from anywhere once the attacker's computer has been connected to the rout ...more

How To : Steal macOS Files with the USB Rubber Ducky

If you need a tiny, flexible attack platform for raining down human-interface-device (HID) attacks on unattended computers, the USB Rubber Ducky is the most popular tool for the job. By loading the Ducky with custom firmware, you can design new attacks to be effective against ...more

How To : Dump a MacOS User's Chrome Passwords with EvilOSX

Barrow's article on Pupy made me wish for a RAT that could target an OS frequently used by gatekeepers at startups, tech companies, and creative firms: macOS. Once run, a RAT can do severe damage by dumping a user's stored credentials for many accounts. The best loot lives in ...more

How To : Clear Your Cache on Any Web Browser

Need to clear you cache? This guide details how on any web browser (Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Internet, and Dolphin) for any platform (Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, and Android). What Is the Cache Exactly? The web cache stores certain information (HTML page ...more

How To : Manage Stored Passwords So You Don't Get Hacked

Chrome, Firefox, and Safari all provide built-in features that allow you to save your username and password for your favorite sites, making the process for entering your credentials a breeze when you revisit them. While this automation does make your life a little easier, it ...more

How To : Add, Delete, and Modify User Accounts in Windows 8

Configuring user accounts is extremely important for those with a family shared computer or anyone using a work computer. Assigning different accounts with their own distinctive accessibility, customizations, and applications is the best way to manage a computer with multiple ...more

How To : Turtl - Encrypted Cloud Notes

Hello Everyone! I wanted to share a free and open source note taking tool that I've been using for quite some time now. From what I can tell, it's a very safe a secure method keeping passwords, links, and personal stuff encrypted and online. TURTL https://turtl.it Turtl is ...more

How To : Everything You Need to Disable in Windows 10

Windows 10 is the most cloud-oriented version of Windows to date—yet, while this means you get some nifty new features, it also means some of your personal data is being shared with Microsoft's servers. Don't Miss: 45+ Tips & Tricks You Need to Know for Windows 10 In general ...more

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