The latest version of North Korea’s desktop operating system Red Star Linux 3.0 was recently uploaded to BitTorrent. This gives the rest of us tech lovers a look at the desktop experience of North Korean’s. The Red Star OS has
I just watched this great presentation on best practices for cloud design in a hybrid world. In this his video it contains the slides from the Discussion Forum Session at HP Discover EMEA 2014.
This video is for those who are
Lately I have been impressed by Google’s Material Design for building user interfaces. There is just something about it that is nice to look at. I have a new website in development for an all Ireland project. I am going
This year I set a goal to publish a specific number of books on the Amazon Kindle Marketplace. I have a number of books almost ready to publish. They are waiting on some book cover designs and some reviews before
I have worked with Microsoft’s cloud Azure for years now. I use it for lots of different services. One of the great features is the ability to spin up websites with any one of the main web CMS’s. Recently as
Several people have asked me how to setup and facebook pages. I thought it would be easier to record a session and keep a record of it. If you have no knowledge of facebook pages then this video will walk
In the little town that I work: Leixlip, I started a youth coding group after seeing some of my peers in the Irish tech industry start similar youth coding groups across the Island I thought there is no better place
This app was designed for students and IT professionals that are learning Advanced Security and Digital Forensics, Network Analysis and Computer Penetration Testing. It was built for the Windows 8.1 operating system and is touch enabled for those on
Disable secure boot in the BIOS
(how to : http://www.maketecheasier.com/disable-secure-boot-in-windows-8/)
Open command prompt in Admin mode
run these two commands, one after the other.
bcdedit -set loadoptions DISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECK
bcdedit -set TESTSIGNING ON
If the second command fails, like it did
By now you have heard about the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability that allows a malicious person to query a remote server and pull back data out of its running memory unencrypted even on port 443 over SSL.
You run a website,