Find the Unicode character linked to the character you want to print. Press Ctrl + Shift + u, then type the hexadecimal code of the Unicode character you want to print. External references heemayl, “How to print special characters“, AskUbuntu.com
This post details the steps to reinstall Windows XP on a Dell Latitude D505. Dell Latitute D505 was a laptop from 2004. Its default operating system was Windows XP. Installation Steps 1. Get a bootable unit with Windows XP installer You can use the original Windows XP CD, as this laptop has a CD-ROM […]
VirusTotal http://www.virustotal.com It was a Spanish company that was acquired by Google on 2012. Some projects like the exploiting tool TheFatRat asks to refrain users from uploading to Virus Total the malware created with this suite. The reason is that Virus Total shares the information with third parties and it makes them aware […]
List of file systems FAT A very old file system, based on 12 or 16 bits. It was replaced in more modern system by FAT32, and eventually by the current filesystems (ext4 for GNU/Linux and macOS X, NTFS for Windows). FAT32 It is probable the most compatible file system of all, readable and writable on […]
Feedly http://www.feedly.com Newsblur http://www.newsblur.com The Old Reader http://www.theoldreader.com Digg Reader It was shut down in 2018.
List of Vulnerability Databases Exploit Database https://www.exploit-db.org CVE https://cve.mitre.org/ Security Focus http://www.securityfocus.com NDV Database https://ndv.nist.org Open Source Vulnerability Database (OSVDB) http://www.osvdb.org Now defunct.
Disclaimer about Windows XP Windows XP is an operating system that is lacking official support from Microsoft since April 8, 2014. IT IS NOT RECOMMENDED TO USE THIS OPERATING SYSTEM ANYMORE. There are multiple known vulnerabilities that exposes your computer to security threads and viruses. You are not only posing yourself to a risk, but […]
Step-by-step Instructions 1. Run DiskPart Go to Start > Run command or press Windows + R. Type “diskpart” and press Enter 2. Select disk Type: DISKPART> list disk Identify the disk that corresponds to the USB. Be sure it is the one. We assume on this post that the correct disk is X. Then type: […]
List of Port Scanning Methods: TCP UDP NULL FIN XMAS ACK IDLE NULL Does not set any bits (TCP flag header is 0). FIN Sets just the TCP FIN bit. XMAS Sets the FIN, PSH, and URG flags, lighting the packet up like a Christmas tree. ACK This scan is different than the others discussed […]