Cool Android Emulator program I discovered, if you get tired of checking your phone while your on the PC you can pull up Bluestacks and run all your apps/programs/pokemon/instagram you name it while you surf the web. You can use Kies to respond to texts as well if you wish.
Just download & run it, then login with your normal gmail account and BAM your ready for android emulation action. You can also search google for android APK’s and run them if you want that are not locally sourced or use the own android search function. It runs 4.4 kitkat in Tablet form.
HTTP, or Hypertext Transfer Protocol, is one of the web standards familiar to most as the http:// at the beginning of a web address. HTTP protocol governs the connections between a user’s browser and the server hosting a website, invented by the father of the web Sir Tim Berners-Lee.
HTTP/2 is simply an update to the protocol, but is really a huge deal because the last time the HTTP specification was updated back in 1999. This means the HTTP/2 will be the first major update to the HTTP standard over the last 16 years, marking the largest change since 1999 when HTTP 1.1 was adopted that underpins the World Wide Web as we know it today. Read more
I was use to using a net book for Kali Linux or doing some penetration testing for home & work but I just came across the Pwn Phone/Pwn Pad. Basically a device that can do anything you want within the realms of network hacking through Kali/Linux/Penn Testing… I’ll post a youtube too of their official demo of it as well at the bottom- it’s funny in it’s own right.
You can purchase one for $1295 if you want here, or they have a guide on google that you can create your own, most are all done on Nexus 7 due to kernal open sourceness for about $300 all in.
I’ll be posting all my Lego builds on here too, this is my latest one I did which was part of the Lego Ideas set.
Lego Ideas sets are ones that people submit design’s to Lego and they get voted for and if they hit 10,000 backers they get approved by Lego then they have a chance to be put into production like this one, which is pretty cool.
Whether you work in a wired network office or a wireless one, one thing is common for both environments: It takes both network software and hardware (cables, routers, etc.) to transfer data from your computer to another—or from a computer thousands of miles away to yours.
And in the end, to get the data you want right to YOU, it comes down to addresses.
So not surprisingly, along with an IP address (which is networks software), there’s also a hardware address. Typically it is tied to a key connection device in your computer called the network interface card, or NIC. The NIC is essentially a computer circuit card that makes it possible for your computer to connect to a network.
An NIC turns data into an electrical signal that can be transmitted over the network. Read more