Category Archives: windows

Sharemouse, a Keyboard Video Mouse sharing solution for Windows and macOS

I have now 3 computers, real ones. And 4 monitors. But OK, let’s say I need them. What I don’t need is to have 3 keyboards and 3 mice. So I looked for a KVM (Keyboard-Video-Mouse) to make my life … Continue reading

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Sofacy (APT28) Attacks

I just read an interesting article about how the Sofacy group attacked multiple government entities. The link to the original paloalto networks article is here. In brief, the attack used a macro on an excel file. Now, I would like … Continue reading

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Windows 10 enable ping and AD login

It is done similar to Windows 7. Just to save your time, in my case it didn’t work enabling some of the firewall rules:   Click Advanced Settings on the left. From the left pane of the resulting window, click … Continue reading

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File systems supported by different OSs

I just found these tables that I think you should have always at hand, if you want to share successfully your files. This, of course, in case you don’t have your NAS, FTP, or OwnCloud service already available. Maybe I … Continue reading

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Enable ping response on Windows 7

New devices come with windows computers. Or they don’t come with computers but we need to attach a windows PC. In any case, it is usually nice to have it online, so we can transfer data from them, etc. And … Continue reading

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Windows XP ignoring the hosts file

A little bit of context is needed. We have a subnet with 3 computers that need to connect to each other. It’s a Windows XP, a Windows 7 and a Centos 6. We can’t get rid of the OS, since … Continue reading

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Basic Hellos

I’m going to start from tomorrow on a serie of posts about how to start programming on a selection of the most popular languages. My very ambitious aim is to demonstrate that, once you know the grammar, all the languages … Continue reading

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