Posted by jpluimers on 2014/11/17
Some great links posted last week by mos6502 about soldering your own 6502 based computer.
The videos are of Ben Heck building an Apple I replica. But others did similar builing of NINA65, Loom 6502 and others.
I wish I had soldering skills like that, but I’m more of a programmer (that started on a 6502).
Great viewing those links and videos.
via: Do you remember the Apple I auction results that went through the media….
Here are Ben Heck’s videos: Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by jpluimers on 2014/11/07
Great! And it is open source at https://github.com/google/nogotofail:
The Android Security Team has built a tool, called nogotofail, that provides an easy way to confirm that the devices or applications you are using are safe against known TLS/SSL vulnerabilities and misconfigurations. Nogotofail works for Android, iOS, Linux, Windows, Chrome OS, OSX, in fact any device you use to connect to the Internet.
There’s an easy-to-use client to configure the settings and get notifications on Android and Linux, as well as the attack engine itself which can be deployed as a router, VPN server, or proxy.
via Google Online Security Blog: Introducing nogotofail—a network traffic security testing tool.
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Posted by jpluimers on 2014/10/23
Besides the two solutions to the Show missing hard disks in the Finder sidebar problem, I also learned this shortcut today:
open a Finder window and press Shift-Command-C to go to the top level of your computer
Thanks Tophler Kessler!
via Show missing hard disks in the Finder sidebar | MacIssues.
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Posted by jpluimers on 2014/10/20
Every once in a while my Gigabit Thunderbolt Ethernet adapter would show this in the Network Settings:
Status: Cable Unplugged Either the cable for Thunderbolt Ethernet is not plugged in or the device at the other end is not responding.
That’s not much use: it does not tell if the Thunderbolt or the Ethernet side has a problem.
Luckily, the How to force Thunderbolt-ethernet connection when switching networks without restarting computer? at Ask Different indicates the System Information will give you more information about the Thunderbolt side of things. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by jpluimers on 2014/10/13
If you ever used an Apple II with a Z80 card, then this page will look very familiar to you: Apple II with Softcard.
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